POST-GLF: Indonesian CSOs wish for a united action

Tuesday, 30th October 2018

“The mandate generated from the GLF needs to be published and disseminated to the wider audiences and public society”.

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Countdown to GLF 2018!

Thursday, 30th August 2018

Indonesian National Anthem filling out the ballroom in Akmani Hotel, Jakarta, August 3rd 2018. The attendees from Government, Human Rights commissions, parliament members, and the CSOs, as well as farmers, peasant unions, and academics were arisen from their sit and expressing their nationalism by singing the anthem together. In this moment, all were one, united for one purpose; bringing social justice for farmers, indigenous peoples, rural women and youth, toward their land rights, through the Global Land Forum (GLF) 2018.

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Land Conflict Records in Indonesia throughout 2017

Friday, 29th December 2017

The raising number of the land conflicts highlighting this year’s records in Indonesia. More than six hundred thousand families living in more than five hundred acres of land were impacted. 

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Approaching the GLF 2018, Government of Indonesia convenes a high level meeting at the Presidential Palace

Friday, 8th December 2017

More bricks are being paved to complete the journey toward the Global Land Forum 2018. Hosted by the Presidential Staff Office (KSP), relevant ministry institutions were attending a high-level meeting to weave an engagement toward the preparation of the GLF, taking place at the Presidential Palace, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Indonesia’s National Peasant Day 2017 – A Plea to the President for Agrarian Reform

Thursday, 28th September 2017

Rain was pouring down from Jakarta’s sky that morning, Wednesday, 27th September 2017. Nevertheless, it did not stop thousands of activists and peasants in swinging their legs to the State Palace, to urge the President in accelerating the Agrarian Reform.

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Seeking genuine agrarian reform in Indonesia and ensuring no regress on the attained process

Monday, 5th June 2017

As Indonesia is entering its second year of its NES (National Engagement Strategy), departing from the lessons learnt from the year one implementation, the priority areas are now correspond to the ILC commitments on people-selected land governance (PCLG), dealing with strong small-scale farming systems, inclusive decision-making, transparent and accessible information, and protection for land rights defenders. 

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