September 20, 2016

Statement of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Indonesia On Behalf of Like-Minded Group of Countries (LMCs) The 31st Session of IGC Meeting, Geneva, 19 – 23 September 2016

Intellectual Property

Thank you Mr. Chairman, Distinguished Delegates, It is with great pleasure that I join you here today to continue discussion issues of our mutual concerns. It is my hope that we will have constructive and fruitful discussions throughout the following days of this meeting. On behalf of the Like-Minded Group of Countries (LMCs), I would…

September 15, 2016

STATEMENT BY DELEGATION OF INDONESIA GENERAL DEBATE ITEM 3 33rd SESSION HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL *

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr President, Indonesia would like to thank the Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons for her comprehensive report and assessment to the implementation of existing international instruments with regard to older persons, and providing insight on best and good practices as well as gaps in the implementation of laws…

September 14, 2016

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA HIGH LEVEL PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE 5th ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNITED NATIONS DECLARATION ON HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION AND TRAINING 33RD SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, We would like to thank the panelists for their comprehensive discussions on the challenges of human rights education and training five years after the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights Education and Training. The panel has certainly contributed to the advancement of human rights education and training at national, regional…

September 14, 2016

STATEMENT BY DELEGATION OF INDONESIA GENERAL DEBATE ITEM 2 33rd SESSION HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL GENEVA

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, First of all, Indonesia associates itself with the Joint Statement of the Like-Minded Group of Countries (LMG). Indonesia shares the High Commissioner’s view that the promotion and protection of human rights should be achieved through ensuring non-selectivity, impartiality, equal focus on all human rights and constructive dialogue and avoiding practices of double standards,…

September 13, 2016

INTERVENTION BY THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA ITEM 3 CLUSTERED INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE WITH THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON WATER AND SANITATION AND THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION 33RD SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHT COUNCIL

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation would like to acknowledge the important work of the Special Rapporteur on Water and Sanitation that has been presented before us. We share the SR view on the importance of prioritizing states’ policies on equal access to water and hygiene. We believe that equal access to water and sanitation will potentially…

August 8, 2016

Joint Statement of Like-minded Countries, Open-ended Working Group – Taking Forward Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament Negotiations Third Session

Disarmament

Mr. Chair, I am taking the floor on behalf of the following countries: Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Zambia, South Africa and Nigeria. Mr. Chair, At the outset, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the manner which you have guided our work during the past sessions….

June 30, 2016

EXPLANATION OF VOTE THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA ON ADOPTION OF THE DRAFT RESOLUTION L. 2 ON PROTECTION AGAINST VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY (SOGI) THE 32ND SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation takes the floor to explain our position on the draft resolution L. 2 rev 1 as ammended before us. Mr. President, Indonesia reaffirms its unwavering commitments in the elimination of discrimination and violence against all persons as firmly guaranteed in the Indonesian constitution and ratified international Human Rights Treaties. While recognising…

June 30, 2016

GENERAL COMMENT OF THE DELEGATION OF INDONESIA ON DRAFT RESOLUTION ON THE PROTECTION OF FAMILY 32ND SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, Indonesia welcomes the draft resolution L.35 on the Protection of the Family, which focuses on the role of family, in supporting the protection and promotion of the rights of persons with disabilities. We recognize that the draft resolution reaffirms our commitment to ensure the protection of the family as a natural and fundamental…

June 27, 2016

Statement by Indonesian Delegation General Debate Agenda Item 7 32nd Session of Human Rights Council*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, Indonesia associates itself with the statements delivered by distinguished delegates of Iran and Pakistan on behalf of NAM and OIC respectively. We would like to add with some additional views. Mr. President, This debate comes at a time when there is an increasing global concern of the Palestine-Israel conflict. Violations and abuses of…

June 27, 2016

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DURING THE ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW OF SINGAPORE*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, My delegation would like to extend its appreciation to the Delegation of Singapore, a fellow ASEAN Member, for its constructive engagement in the second UPR cycle. Indonesia welcomes Singapore’s continuous commitment in advancing the promotion and protection of human rights while upholding fair and inclusive social harmony through implementing measures to promote the…

June 24, 2016

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DURING THE ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW OF SOLOMON ISLANDS*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. President, Indonesia acknowledges that the Government of Solomon Islands accepted 4 (four) recommendations by Indonesia to improve human rights situation in Solomon Islands. We view that accepting recommendations should not be perceived as just expressing intentions bound by  certain conventions, but most importantly Solomon Islands should commit itself to implement their commitments. It means…

June 24, 2016

STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DURING THE ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW OF PALAU*

Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues

Mr. Vice President, My delegation would like to extend its appreciation to the Delegation of Palau for its constructive engagement in the second UPR cycle. Indonesia welcomes Palau’s continuous efforts in the promotion and protection of human rights and appreciates the acceptance of many recommendations, including our recommendation on the establishment of a national human…

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