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Hasanuddin Law Review
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ISSN (Print) 2442-9880 - ISSN (Online) 2442-9899
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  • In the Question of Geospatial Information Data Use in the Forestry
           Legislation Making in Indonesia

    • Authors: Suparto Wijoyo, Wilda Prihatiningtyas, Indria Wahyuni, Dita Elvia Kusuma Putri, Ardhana Christian Noventry
      First page: 39
      Abstract: The high rate of deforestation and many forest disputes in Indonesia show that forest management in Indonesia is not based on the principles of good forest governance. It also shows that there is still a lack of attention to the aspect of sustainable forest development which focuses on a balanced sustainability condition between the three forest functions (production, ecology, and socio-economic functions). Geospatial Information (GI) is expected to be the solution to help provide an accurate data and information which mapping forest development in accordance with the conditions of each forest area, so that the three functions can operate coherently. Furthermore, with the presence of integrated geospatial data, it can be used as a tool in policy formulation, decision making, and/or dispute resolution in the forestry sector. This paper applies empirical juridical research consisting participatory methods through discussions and interviews with related parties.  In practice, the legal materials are firstly collected by using inventory and documentation. Then, it’s completed by interviews and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) data. Moreover, it also applies statutory, conceptual, and case approaches. This paper highlights the use of geospatial information data in the forestry legislation making in Indonesia.  So, this paper will present new information about the model of forestry dispute resolution based on geospatial information.
      PubDate: 2023-02-18
      DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v9i1.4303
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Navigating the Hidden Politics of Water Resource Bureaucracies in
           Indonesia: Mapping Issue-Elements and Alliances

    • Authors: Muhammad Alif K. Sahide, Micah Radandima Fisher, Nurul Hasfi, Emban Ibnurusyd Mas’ud, Ahsan Yunus, Fatwa Faturachmat, Siti Halimah Larekeng, Ahmad Maryudi
      First page: 57
      Abstract: Water resource politics are often overlooked for jurisdictional perspectives, or difficult to comprehend for the politics unfolding behind the scenes. Using Indonesia as a case study, we synthesized all water-related bureaucracies to generate a list of “Water resource Issue-Elements,” which served as a framework for translating actor-centered power dynamics. The data is based on policies reviewed from 2014 to 2017, coinciding with the beginning of a new presidential administration with heightened interests in water resource management. The study found that while the central coordinating and planning bureaucracies wield the strongest network power, two sectoral bureaucracies hold tremendous influence in guiding water resource management, which unfold under conditions of highly fragmented politics. On the one hand, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry influences water resources through its land management mandate and seeks to enlarge its bureaucratic power beyond state forest boundaries through the concept of watersheds. On the other hand, The Ministry of Public Works and Housing maintains its traditional mandate for managing river basins, wielding large budgets and networks to control information and determine project-related disbursements. As these two bureaucracies shape alliances administering water resources, their delegating responsibilities also refract to regional bureaucracies, shaping a new set of subnational contestations.
      PubDate: 2023-02-18
      DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v9i1.4304
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • The Impact of Indonesia's Mining Industry Regulation on the
           Protection of Indigenous Peoples

    • Authors: Mohammad Jamin, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Mulyanto Mulyanto, Reza Octavia Kusumaningtyas, Duc Quang Ly
      Pages: 88 - 105
      Abstract: The government has established various policies regarding mining in Indonesia. Still, an important question that needs to be asked is whether these policies have provided benefits, justice, and balance for indigenous and tribal peoples. This study aims to analyze the impact of Indonesian mining regulations on the protection of indigenous peoples. This is a normative legal research effort. The literature review gathers information from document analysis, which is analyzed qualitatively. Data analysis is descriptive-analytic in nature. The study results show that the impact of mining regulations still needs to reflect the recognition and protection of the rights of indigenous peoples. There is a need to improve mining management legislation and systems. Standardization of reclamation and post-mining management is required to provide implementation guidelines that meet the needs of the community. It has no negative impact on the community surrounding the mine. Licensing is one policy that can be used to implement standardization, which means keeping an eye on how the land is managed after mining, how waste is handled, and how policies are made to encourage mining and conservation activities that are good for the environment.
      PubDate: 2023-02-26
      DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v9i1.4033
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Implementation of Civil Rights against Vulnerable Groups in the Legal and
           Constitutional System in Indonesia

    • Authors: Rudy Rudy, Rudi Natamiharja, Jalil Alejandro Magaldi Serna, Ahmad Syofyan
      Pages: 299 - 309
      Abstract: Constitutional Court is established as an effort to uphold the rule of law and provide maximum protection for democracy as well as human rights, particularly civil rights. The main purpose of the rule of law is to protect citizens' freedom from state power. Therefore, this study aims to examine the implementation of civil rights against vulnerable groups in the Indonesian legal and constitutional system. Data were analyzed using a normative juridical approach by examining theories, concepts, legal principles, and statutory regulations obtained from legal sources such as books, articles/writings, and other documents. The government issued various laws and regulations with multiple conventions such as the rights of the child and the elimination of all forms of discrimination but this effort has not been supported by a strong shared commitment. Based on these circumstances, it is necessary to develop an effective law enforcement mechanism to protect citizens' rights, particularly vulnerable groups.
      PubDate: 2023-02-19
      DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v8i3.4229
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
  • Implementing of Green Building Policy: From Supervision to Self-Regulatory

    • Authors: Ronny Adrie Maramis, Theodorus H.W Lumunon
      Pages: 310 - 319
      Abstract: The implementation of green building policies has not shown problems of effectiveness and legal level and has not gained a good momentum socially as a social movement. The introduction of policies and program implementation through the involvement of various sectors and stakeholders is necessary. General understanding of green building and its policies and enforcement is still low, but in related sectors such as civil engineering and architecture professionals as well as planning consultants have adequate knowledge. This article aims to reveal the complexity of the problems and implementation of green building in Indonesia. This study uses a normative juridical method, with a conceptual approach and field data as support. The results show that an effective way to promote, implement and monitor green building policies is to utilize a self-regulatory mechanism, a system that delegates green building regulatory to professional groups in the fields of civil engineering, architecture and contractor associations.
      PubDate: 2023-03-13
      DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v8i3.4134
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 1 (2023)
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