March 10, 2017

Pemberdayaan komunitas di Indonesia menjadi contoh dalam Pembahasan Kemajuan Sistem Peradilan Pidana Anak di Dewan HAM PBB

Indonesia, Norwegia, Malaysia dan Peru telah selenggarakan pertemuan berjudul “Access to Justice in Juvenile Justice  System: Empowering Communities to Protect Children’s Rights” pada tanggal 9 Maret 2017 bertempat di Markas Besar PBB Jenewa. Sejumlah pembicara yang merupakan tokoh terkemuka di bidangnya telah hadir dan menyampaikan pengalaman dan pandangannya. Marta Santo Pais selaku Utusan Khusus Sekjen…

March 10, 2017

INTERVENTION BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA AT THE AGENDA ITEM 3 34TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHT COUNCIL ENHANCED INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE ON MIGRANTS WITH UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS *

Mr. President, Allow me to begin by welcoming the High Commissioners’ work on the principles and practical guidance as a guidance to states and other stakeholders on how to implement obligations and duties to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights of migrants who are moving in vulnerable situations, including within large and/or mixed movements. In…

March 8, 2017

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA CLUSTERED INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO PRIVACY AND SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AT THE 34TH SESSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL *

Mr. President, Our delegation would like to welcome the presentations by the SR on the Rights to Privacy and SR on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography takes note of their reports and recommendations on the issue of government surveillance activities from a national and international perspective, and on illegal adoptions and…

March 6, 2017

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA ANNUAL FULL DAY MEETING ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES TO REINFORCE CHILDREN’S RIGHTS THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION, FOLLOW-UP AND REVIEW OF THE 2030 AGENDA ON THE 34TH SESSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL *

Mr. President, Indonesia is fully committed to the promotion and protection of children, as all 17 SDGs touch on the lives of children and 13 of them are particularly relevant to children. For Indonesia, SDGs provides another opportunity to continue integrating child perspective within the  national development agenda. Through SDGs, Indonesian government is tasked to…

March 3, 2017

Tidak ada ruang di Dewan HAM PBB untuk aspirasi kepentingan separatisme yang mempolitisasi HAM

Pada persidangan Dewan HAM PBB, Pemerintah Solomon Islands dan Vanuatu telah terang-terangan menunjukan sikap yang melanggar prinsip utama Piagam PBB dengan promosikan separatisme. Bahkan lebih dari itu, kedua negara ini menyuarakan separatisme dengan mempolitisasi isu-isu tuduhan pelanggaran HAM. Langkah Vanuatu dan Solomon Islands di Dewan HAM ini justru melemahkan upaya-upaya  yang selama ini dilakukan negara-negara…

March 3, 2017

Statement of the Delegation of the Republic of Indonesia Interactive Dialogue with Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders and the Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Thank you Vice President. We thank both Special Rapporteurs for their presentations and responses yesterday. Both mandates of the two special rapporteurs are indeed interrelated. We also like to congratulate Mr. Nils Melzer, on his appointment as the Special Rapporteur on torture. We note with interest the priority given by the Special Rapporteur to address…

March 3, 2017

STATEMENT OF THE INDONESIAN DELEGATION ANNUAL DEBATE THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES 34th Session of Human Rights Council *

Mr. Vice President, Indonesia aligns itself with the Joint Statement delivered by the Philippines on behalf of ASEAN and by the Group of Friends of Persons with Disabilities. At the outset, we would like to thank the distinguished Panelists for sharing their views on this very important topic. The persons with disability rights are guaranteed…

March 2, 2017

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF NDONESIA – Interactive Dialogue with SR on Adequate Housing

Mr. President, I thank the Special Rapporteur and the Independent Expert for their reports. We would like to focus our statement on the issue of Adequate Housing. Since the visit of the Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing to Indonesia in 2013, the report of SR on Adequate Housing was translated into our national language and…

March 2, 2017

Indonesia dorong Vanuatu untuk fokus pada persoalan HAM domestiknya dan siap membantu memperbaiki situasi HAM domestik di Vanuatu

Delegasi Indonesia mendorong Vanuatu untuk terus fokus dalam menyelesaikan tantangan situasi HAM internal mereka. Indonesia siap membantu menyelesaikan tantangan HAM yang ada di Vanuatu seperti pelanggaran hak-hak perempuan, hukuman badan ke anak-anak, situasi di penjara dan persoalan korupsi yang marak dilaporkan terjadi di Vanuatu. Pernyataan tersebut disampaikan oleh Delegasi Indonesia di sidang Dewan HAM sesi…

March 1, 2017

34th Session of Human Rights Council Right of Reply (RoR) by the Delegation of the Republic of Indonesia

Mr. Vice President, Indonesia rejects categorically the allegation made by the Vanuatu Delegation on the issue of Papua, which does not reflect the real situation on the ground. Indonesia’s record on the promotion and protection of human rights speaks for it self. This includes our cooperation with various UN Special Procedures and Mandate Holders, as…

February 27, 2017

Kemitraan dan Dialog: Kunci Peningkatan Penghormatan HAM di Propinsi Papua dan Papua Barat

Sejumlah NGO dan Perwakilan Gereja menyepakati bahwa kemitraan dan dialog merupakan prinsip dasar yang perlu terus dikembangkan oleh semua pihak dalam meningkatkan penghormatan HAM di Papua dan Papua Barat. Hal tersebut tercermin dari jalannya diskusi pada acara Round Table mengenai Human Rights Situations in West Papua 2017 pada hari Rabu, 22 Februari 2017 di Ecumenical…

November 9, 2016

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA INTERSESSIONAL PANEL DISCUSSION ON PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION TO SUPPORT NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS FOLLOW-UP SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES

Mr. President, First of all, we would like to thank the panelists for their presentation and sharing of practices which we find very insightful and useful for state to implement in their domestic context. Indonesia has the full conviction that human rights are universal, indivisible, interrelated, interdependent and mutually reinforcing, and that they must be…

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