"THE ISSUES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE INDONESIAN ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW INSTRUMENTS: THE FUTURE ROLE OF ASEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COURT"

Romsan, Achmad and Zen, Febrian and Nurhidayatuloh, nurhidayatuloh and ali, farida (2016) "THE ISSUES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE INDONESIAN ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW INSTRUMENTS: THE FUTURE ROLE OF ASEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COURT". In: The First international conference on law, economics, and education. universitas muhammadiyah metro, bandar lampung, p. 11. ISBN 978-802-74135-3-5

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      Abstract

      The integration of environmental rights into human rights instruments, derived from Principle 1 of the 1972 Stockholm Declaration, has been adopted into domestic laws of many countries. In Indonesia, the combination of rights above is constitutional right guaranteed under Article 28 Fl of the 2n amendment of the 1945 Constitution and protected under Law of 2009 Law No. 32 on Environmental Protection and Environmental Management and Law of 1999 No. 39 on Human Rights. Many argue that violation of environmental rights will also impair human rights and that cases may be submitted to Human Rights Court for adjudication. In Indonesia, environmental cases submission to Human Rights Court is seen to be impossible since they are inconsistent with the Law of 2000 No. 26 on Human Rights Court. Also, many verdicts of the District Courts reflect the hesitation of the judiciary in interpreting the people's environmental human rights in Indonesia. Using the comparative approach, this paper will observe and analyze the possibility of extending the jurisdiction of Indonesian Fluman Rights Court to include environmental matters similar to that undertaken by the European Human Rights Court in handling environmental matters. The purposes of the study are to examine the verdicts of the district courts relating to the community environmental disputes; To look at the practice of The European Human Rights Court in solving the individual and the community environmental disputes. The method of the study: all the data gathered are obtained from secondary data and are descriptively and qualitatively analyzed. The conclusion: In the context of the establishment of ASEAN Human Rights Court, using human rights mechanisms that should be considered in solving the environmental conflict in Indonesia. Since pollution and environmental degradation disturb the people's enjoyment to human rights

      Item Type: Book Section
      Uncontrolled Keywords: environmental rights, Indonesian Environmental Management Act, environmental declarations. Indonesian Fluman Rights act, human rights conventions, European Fluman Rights Court, environmental cases.
      Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
      Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
      Depositing User: Dody Nopriansyah MbuL
      Date Deposited: 06 Jan 2017 11:41
      Last Modified: 06 Jan 2017 11:41
      URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/6965

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