Komnas HAM

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Komnas HAMKomisi Nasional Hak Asasi Manusia (National Commission for Human Rights, Indonesia)
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This article has discussed the development of Komnas HAM in a socio-political context.
The 2000 HRCL gives Komnas HAM a crucial role in addressing gross violations of human rights.
This article has argued that the current position of Komnas HAM can be explained by looking at the characteristics of human rights reform in Indonesia in general, which has seen the formal recognition of human rights in law, but contestation and a lack of fulfilment in practice.
'Komnas HAM and the politics of human rights in Indonesia'.
Most of the data used for this article were collected during several fieldwork periods in Indonesia, during which I was given generous access to the Indonesian Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM).
(2) 'National scene: Kontras report Komnas HAM to ombudsman', The Jakarta Post, 9-4-2013, http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/04/09/national-scene-kontras-report-komnas -ham-ombudsman.html (last accessed 29-10-2015).
(6) In-depth discussion on Komnas HAM remains limited to Pratikno et al.
(8) For a detailed discussion on forms of politicization and how these have materialized in the case of Komnas HAM, see below, under the heading 'Politicization and it consequences'.
(13) The tasks of Komnas HAM even surpassed the Paris Principles on NHRIS, which specify that quasi-judicial tasks are optional (Setiawan 2013:38).
(32.) Tertiani ZB Simanjuntak, "Komnas HAM assures correct screening process in place", Jakarta Past, available at http://www.thejakartapost.com/Archives/ArchivesDet.asp?FileID=2001102 3.G03 (23 October 200).
(42.) "Komnas HAM comes under fire," Jakarta Post, available on the World Wide Web at http://www.thejakartapost.com/Archives/ArchivesDet.asp?FileID=2001092 2.A03 (22 September 2001).
Komnas HAM Commissioner Charles Himawan similarly agreed that Parliament was now too strong, and political parties were estranged from the local community, while also being too strong, leading to a lack of direction other than self-interest (interviewed on 31 July 2001, in Jakarta).