Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental and Energy Policy (ICEEP 2021)

+ Advanced search
64 articles
Proceedings Article

Restoring What’s Environmental About Environmental Law in the Indonesian Supreme Court

Abdul Kadir Jaelani, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayan, Lego Karjoko, Jaco Barkhuizen
This study aims to discuss the role of the Supreme Court in overcoming environmental pollution and destruction, so that a good and healthy environment can be created. The results show that the Supreme Court has tested 643 times related to the environment which resulted in significant changes related...
Proceedings Article

A Philosophical Orientation: Judges Decision for Good Faith Land Sale and Purchase Cases in Indonesia

Albertus Usada, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
This paper aims to find out the basic orientation of the judges in adjudicating good faith in land sale and purchase cases as a “ratio decidendi” in their decisions. The reason and consideration related to the context of the flow of legal discovery as a framework or paradigm of the Judges from the Judge’s...
Proceedings Article

The Authority’s Role and Policy in Protecting Citizens from Technology and Information Communications Dynamics During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Insan Tajali Nur, Jamal Wiwoho, Isharyanto
This study begins with the COVID-19 Pandemic’s appearance in an era of rapid technological, information, and communication development that is highly intensive in the midst of society and has an effect on unforeseen social transformation. This cannot be accomplished by the present authorities’ policies...
Proceedings Article

Dysfunction of Foreign Worker Employment Regulation to Prevent Xenophobia

Widiatama, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
This research studies the Presidential Regulation Number 20 of 2018 about Foreign Worker Employment. There is still a conflict of norm between the Presidential Regulation Number 20 of 2018 about Foreign Worker Employment and the Law Number 13 of 2003 about Manpower. The research method employed was normative...
Proceedings Article

Marine Resources Management for the Welfare of Fishing Community based on Pancasila

Aditia Syaprillah, Jawal Wiwoho, Waluyo
The welfare of fishing community in coastal and marine areas must be fulfilled, to achieve that goal related to the level of destruction in marine ecosystems and regulatory policy regarding the marine resource management. This article is a normative legal research with a conceptual approach. This is...
Proceedings Article

The Implementation of Simple, Expeditious, and Inexpensive Principle for Quality Private Court Decision Through E-Court

Heri Hartanto, Adi Sulistiyono, Isharyanto
E-court is one of the attempts in achieving a simple, expeditious, and inexpensive court process. The process of seeking justice in court is done to issue a quality decision to meet sense of equity of justice seekers as well as settling legal problems faced by parties. There are some problems faced by...
Proceedings Article

Islamic Law in Indonesia: Baḥtsul Masāil Ijtihad and the Production of Knowledge

Asrizal Saiin, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Muhammad Jihadul Hayat, Arifki Budia Warman, Muhammad April
Indonesia is a state of law, while the majority of the population is Muslim. As a result of this circumstance, Islamic religious-based fatwa institutions are widespread. Numerous religious organizations have their own institutions managing fatwas on legal issues from both an Islamic and organizational...
Proceedings Article

Decision of Constitutional Court on the Rights of the Child Out of Wedlock

Bambang Ali Kusumo, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Dora Kusumastuti
The status of children in Indonesia has been regulated in various laws and regulations. In marriage law, it is defined that a legitimate child is a child born from or in a legal marriage. However, after the issuance of the Constitutional Court’s decision on the status of children out of wedlock, a debate...
Proceedings Article

Packaging and Brand Label Training in Karak Home Industry, Kalijirak

Fadjar Harimurti, Bambang Widarno
Community Service Activities were carried out in Talang Kalijirak Village, Tasikmadu Karanganyar. In the village, there is a home industry that produces Karak. Sriwahyuni, a person with a disability, is one of the perpetrators of the home industry. Karak’s production business aims to increase income....
Proceedings Article

Consumer Legal Protection: Building Legal Awareness in the Age of Globalization

Josef Purwadi Setiodjati, Jamal Wiwoho, Suraji
Consumers are one of the backbones of the economy. Without consumers, the production sector cannot run smoothly. The large population of Indonesia ensures that the country has large consumption power. However, whether this potential benefit followed by the protection of consumer rights is an important...
Proceedings Article

Measuring the Urgency of Draft Legislation on the Recognition and Protection of Indigenous People from Economic Analysis of Law Perspective

Anti Mayastuti, Jamal Wiwoho, Hari Purwadi
The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of economic theory against law to measure the urgency of the Draft Legislation on the Recognition and Protection of Indigenous People in developing Pancasila Economic Law System. This research is a doctrinal legal research by combining law as...
Proceedings Article

The Strengthening of Legal Politics Through Public Policy Control as a Prevention of Corruption in Economic Globalization Era

Ismunarno, Hartiwiningsih, Isharyanto
This study aimed (i) to find out the legal politics strengthening in the form of control toward public policy and (ii) to analyze the public policy control as a preventive attempt against corruption. Policies have been used as a “gate” to commit policy corruption. It is necessary to extend the definition...
Proceedings Article

The Discourse of Qanun Aceh Number 11 Year 2018 Concerning Sharia Financial Institutions in the Economic Approach

Luthfiyah Trini Hastuti, Pujiyono, Burhanudin Harahap
This research purposes to discover about the economic point of view of the law in the Policy of Qanun Number 11 year 2018 concerning Sharia Financial Institutions in Aceh Province. This research is a prescriptive doctrinal law research. The approach used is a conceptual approach which is the researchers...
Proceedings Article

Diversion in the Settlement of Child Cases to Realize Restorative Justice in Richard A Posner’s Theory View

Subekti, Hartiwiningsih, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani
This study aims to analyze the principles of diversion in view of Richard A Posner’s theory of legal efficiency. The economic analysis of law approach is used to analyze diversion arrangements in Law Number 11 of 2012 concerning the Juvenile Criminal Justice System in order to realize restorative justice....
Proceedings Article

Establishing Good Corporate Governance in Overcoming the Dualism of State Owned Enterprises Sectoral

Tuhana, Jamal Wiwoho, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani
This study was done to answers 2 (two) research problems: (i) why is it necessary to establish good corporate governance in overcoming the sectoral dualism of BUMN/SOEs; and (ii) how the BUMN/SOEs based on good corporate governance are able to optimize the management of natural resources in a professional...
Proceedings Article

Reconstruction of the Pretrial Regulation in Code of Criminal Procedure in the Framework of Law Enforcement Reflecting Inclusive Law

Bambang Santoso, Hartiwiningsih, Muhammad Rustamaji
This study aims to examine the urgency of reconstructing pre-trial arrangements in the draft Criminal Procedure Code. The research is categorized as normative legal research. The sources of legal materials used are in the form of primary and secondary legal materials. Primary legal materials are in the...
Proceedings Article

Constructing Legal Politics of Primary Education with Pancasila Character

Fadhil Purnama Adi, I Gusti Ayu Rahmi Handayani, Hartiwiningsih
The objective of research is to construct legal politics of primary education in preparing the superior students with Pancasila character in order to answer the ever changing challenge of time. This study was a doctrinal legal research using deductive logic and interpretative (hermeneutic) analysis....
Proceedings Article

Strategy of Exclusive Dealing in Perspective the Law of Competition in Indonesia

Hernawan Hadi, Adi Sulistiyono, Albertus Sentot Sudarwanto
The purpose of this writing or research is to find out about the Closed Agreement, which is regulated in Article 15 of Law No. 5 Th, 1999, as an obstacle to fair competition that causes and causes a monopoly. The advantage that is one of his objectives on businesses, one of the strategies used by companies...
Proceedings Article

Criminal Law Enforcement of Money Laundering as a Community Protection Effort Against Economic Crime in Indonesia

Sri Wahyuningsih Yulianti, Jamal Wiwoho, Muhammad Rustamaji
In the era of globalization, science and technology advances have resulted in the emergence of global economic crimes or transnational crimes. One of the criminal acts in the economic field is money laundering, which is clearly an illegal act that has the potential to cause negative effects that can...
Proceedings Article

Limitation of Land Tax Regulations as an Instrument for Land Tenure Management

Andhyka Muchtar, Jamal Wiwoho, Lego Karjoko
This study aims to determine: (i) whether the regulation of Land Tax can work as an instrument for structuring land tenure (ii) to find out what prerequisites must be prepared by tax law so that it can work as an instrument for managing land tenure. This study used normative legal research methods. with...
Proceedings Article

Copyright Issues on the Prank Video on the Youtube

Nurul Hulwanita Sharfina, Hasbir Paserangi, Fitri Pratiwi Rasyid, Muhammad Ikram Nur Fuady
This study aims to examine copyright infringement that occurs in prank videos uploaded on YouTube social media. The next goal is to find out how the criteria for prank videos that can be said to violate copyright are categorized as cinematographic works. This research was conducted by taking data samples...
Proceedings Article

Mapping Stakeholder’s Role in Community-Based Tourism Development on Hutan Bambu Alu in Polewali Mandar, Indonesia

Sitti Hadijah, Ritabulan, Nuraeni, Muhammad Rizky Prawira
Hutan Bambu Alu is a part of the watershed area which is maintained by the Alu community in Polewali Mandar, West Sulawesi. Hutan Bambu Alu has become one of the tourist destinations in West Sulawesi which was planned to be built with an ecotourism concept approach that is managed by the community to...
Proceedings Article

Implementation of Worker Rights Protection for Government Employees with Employment Agreements

Asianto Nugroho, Reza Octavia Kusumaningtyas, Ravi Danendra, Gusti Faza Aliya, Fatma Ulfatun Najicha
This research aims to analyze the protection of workers’ rights for Government Employees with Employment Agreements (PPPK). The research method used is normative juridical research, which is a study that focuses on the study of literature in the form of reading, studying, and analyzing legal materials....
Proceedings Article

Regulation of Community Participation in Management Buffer Zone

Prijo Dwi Atmanto, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Hartiwiningsih, Lego Karjoko
This research examines the regulation of community participation in the management of buffer zones. The research method used is normative legal research with a conceptual approach. Research findings are that there are still many obstacles and implementing the policy of community participation...
Proceedings Article

COVID-19 Vaccination Services: Legal Issues and Protection for Health Workers

Irzal Rakhmadhani, Erna Yulida, Fahrina, Abdul Kadir Jaelani
COVID-19 cases are on the rise, and strict health protocols haven’t been able to keep up. COVID-19 vaccinations are required to slow the transmission of the virus in the community; lessen pain and death caused by the disease; accelerate herd immunity, and protect the community from COVID-19 during the...
Proceedings Article

Corporate Criminal Sanctions in the Crime of Forest Destruction with a Restorative Justice Approach

Agus Suciptoroso, Andi Muhammad Sofyan, Winner Sitorus, Kahar Lahae
Forests are national treasures that must be protected by anyone without exception. Today many forests are reduced due to destruction by humans and corporations. This study examines the Corporate Criminal Sanctions in the Crime of Forest Destruction with a Restorative Justice Approach. The legal issues...
Proceedings Article

Testing the Flexibility of Pancasila as an Open Ideology in the Synergy of Designing the Law Enforcement Reform

Wahyu Beny Mukti Setiyawan, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Muhammad Rustamaji
The problem statements answered in this study are: (i) why synergy is needed in designing law enforcement reforms; and (ii) how are the parameters of the flexibility limit of Pancasila in synergizing the design of law enforcement reforms. Nowadays, it is found that the implementation of law do not fit...
Proceedings Article

Regulation of Land Use Rights After the Job Creation Act

Ummy Ghoriibah, Elita Rahmi, Yetniwati
The extension of the term of the Land Use Rights (HGU) after the Job Creation Act which extended the tenure of HGU to 95 years created a conflict of norms with Law Number 5 of 1960 concerning the UUPA. The uncertainty of the time period will cause many problems regarding the extension of the HGU that...
Proceedings Article

Crime Prevention Policy Through Depriving Illicit Enrichment and Unexplained Wealth

Ermaida Ermaida, Sonata Lukman
Crimes with economic motives are very detrimental to the state and have implications for national development. The assets of crime are the “blood of evil” for the continuation of the crime itself. The existing law enforcement facilities in Indonesia are still actor-oriented conventional. Conventional...
Proceedings Article

The implementation of Land Consolidation in Planning of Urban Slum Area as Environmental Based Optimization of Urban Land Use and Utilization

Joko Suhendro, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
The 1945 Constitution specifically article 28 H and Law No. 32 of 2009 regarding Environmental Protection and Management mandate that every citizen has the constitutional right to live physically and mentally prosperous, to live, and to have a good and healthy environment and to receive health assistance....
Proceedings Article

Constitutional Development on Mineral and Coal Governance in Indonesia

Sinta Ana Pramita, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
This study aims to determine the constitutionality development on mineral and coal governance based on constitutions. Normative legal research with statutory and conceptual approaches is carried out in this study. The findings are in line with mineral and coal governance on Government Regulation (PP)...
Proceedings Article

Inhibiting Factors Inventorying and Mapping Potential Geographical Indications in Riau Province

Rian Saputra, Pujiyono, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
This study aims to obtain information on the factors that hinder the inventory and mapping of potential Geographical Indications as mandated by Article 70 Paragraph (2) letter e of Law Number 20 of 2016 concerning Trademarks and Geographical Indications. This research is a non-doctrinal legal research...
Proceedings Article

Making the Administrative Law Enforcement in Indonesia Effective as an Effort to Prevent Violations Reclamation and Post-Mining Obligations (Study in East Kalimantan Province)

Muhammad Bagus Adi Wicaksono, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
This study has purpose to provide input and suggestions regarding the concept of an effective administrative law enforcement system to prevent violations of reclamation and post-mining obligations in East Kalimantan Province. This study was a non-doctrinal legal research that analyzes the effectiveness...
Proceedings Article

Globalization, Asymmetric War, and Increasing Number of International Refugees

Ayub Torry Satriyo Kusumo, Jamal Wiwoho, Emmy Latifah
Globalization has influenced all aspects of the human life, including the nature of armed conflict. İt is sensed that there is a shifting in armed conflict which resulted in inapplicability of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in the conflict. The delay in IHL application bring collateral impact to...
Proceedings Article

Problems and Challenges in the Employment Development during Covid-19 Pandemic in the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0

Case of East Java Province, Indonesia

Himawan Estu Bagijo, Hendrawan Dendy Santoso, Maria Dwi Susanti
The purpose of this study is to discuss the role of employment development carried out by the Department of Manpower and Transmigration of East Java Province to companies and workers affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The research used random sampling, involving 859 companies in East Java with a reported...
Proceedings Article

The Urgency of Regulating Fintech Peer to Peer Lending Sharia in Indonesia

Otih Handayani, Adi Sulistiyono, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
This reserch aims to analyze the urgency of Fintech Peer to Peer Lending (P2P Lending) Sharia law in Indonesian Muslim communities. This research is normative legal research that is authoritative and technical/applied. The research approach uses the law approach. The licensed material of this research...
Proceedings Article

A Dominant Position in Bussiness Partnership Agreement: How is Legalprotection for Less Dominant Entities?

Akadiyan Aliffia Husdanah, M. Djafar Saidi, Achmad Ruslan, Aminuddin Ilmar
A dominant position is a situation where a business actor does not have a significant competitor in the relevant market in relation to the market share controlled, or the business actor has the highest position among his competitors in the relevant market in terms of financial capability, ability to...
Proceedings Article

Legal Protection of the Environment in Indonesia from a Green Victimology Perspective

Rani Hendriana
The portrait of legal protection for the environment so far has not been oriented to the needs of the environment itself as a victim. As a result, the responsibility of perpetrators of environmental crimes has not been aimed at recovering the damage caused. This study aims to determine the legal protection...
Proceedings Article

The Utilization of E-Government Public Service for Improving Public Capability and Accessibility During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Rofi Wahanisa, Eko Mukminto, Ratih Damayanti, Dani Muhtada
One of the measures taken to combat the spread and infection of Covid-19 is the issuance of Government Regulation No. 1/2020, in which the Indonesian Government imposed large-scale social restriction (PSBB). The implementation involves closing public schools and workplaces, restricting religious activities,...
Proceedings Article

Dual Position of Regional Head and Political Party Chairman: Perspective on Digital Society Social Change in State Law

Seto Sanjoyo, Adi Sulistiyono, Agus Riwanto
The regional head becomes the chairman of a political party, which creates resistance in the monopoly of power. Political parties or a combination of political parties are a means to propose pairs of regional heads and deputy regional heads in the nomination. This study aims to determine the extent of...
Proceedings Article

Landslide Disaster Risk Strategy: Lesson Learned from the Community in the Northwest Part of Bromo Volcano Flank

Shofiyatul Azmi, Heni Masruroh, Indria Kristiawan, Umi Afdah
This research was conducted on the western flank of Mount Bromo, precisely on the upper slopes of Taji Village with a population of 1,286. Communities have intensively exploited land resources to meet their daily needs. Based on the physical condition, this area is rather not appropriate for living....
Proceedings Article

The Constitutional Court Decision on Societal Organization Law and Its Implication toward Freedom of Association of Traditional Beliefs Community in Indonesia

Andy Omara, Kristina Viri
In the past, freedom of association of the indigenous community in performing their traditional believes was not adequately protected. However, two constitutional court decisions in 2013 and 2016 provide significant protections for indigenous community in exercising such freedom. Unfortunately, there...
Proceedings Article

Synergy of Prosecutors, Police and Corruption Eradiction Commision to Handle Corruption in the Frame of Integrated Criminal Justice System

Titin Herawati Utara, Supanto, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
The results show that efforts to recover assets are a difficult process, even under ideal circumstances, asset recovery efforts are complex and multidisciplinary processes, including differences in legal systems; banking secrecy system; unwillingness of developed countries to assist in asset recovery...
Proceedings Article

The Legal Protection for Breach of the Marriage Promise for Women

Juliana S. Ndolu, Adi Sulistiyono, Mohammad Jamin
Cases of men breaching their promise to marry women following extra marital pregnancies often occur in Indonesian society and can be detrimental for women and children. However, the majority of cases cannot be prosecuted under the current legal arrangement. This paper aims to first analyze the legal...
Proceedings Article

Sustainable Fisheries Principles in Fisheries Management Regulation in Indonesia

Sapriani, Jamal Wiwoho, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani
The purpose of this study is to determine the principles of sustainable fisheries in fisheries management regulations in Indonesia. This research is a doctrinal analysis that uses the method of literature study, with a statutory and conceptual approach. The results showed that the sustainable fisheries...
Proceedings Article

Permits for the Transfer of Agricultural Land Functions to Non-Agriculture in the Land Purchasing and Sale Process

Iswantoro, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Resti Dian Luthviati, Muhammad Jihadul Hayat
The purpose of this research is to examine the process of purchasing and selling land that requires a permission to be converted from agricultural to non-agricultural use. This study employs secondary data to conduct normative legal research. According to the findings of the study, the process of purchasing...
Proceedings Article

In a Complete Systematic Land Registration Program, the Precautionary Principle is Used When Issuing Land Certificates

Lego Karjoko, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Rizal Palil
This study aims to determine whether the National Land Agency has applied the precautionary principle to the Complete Systematic Land Registration program or not and to see the implications of land registration through the program. The proposed problem is whether BPN has applied the precautionary principle...
Proceedings Article

Effectiveness of the Implementation of Halal Product Guarantee Act to Provide Consumer Protection

Zaidah Nur Rosidah, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
This study aims to determine whether or not the regulation of halal product collateral is effective and to describe what requirements are required by law for effective regulation of halal product guarantees. To answer the problem of this study used a normative method with a conceptual approach. The findings...
Proceedings Article

Mechanism for Imposing Administrative Sanctions for Communities living in forest areas after the Enforcement of the Job Creation Act

I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, Hilaire Tegnan, Willy Naresta Hanum
The government and the House of Representatives have ratified Law Number 11 concerning Job Creation for the Year 2020; the regulation aims to simplify and harmonize laws and regulations, as well as increase investment in Indonesia; however, an important question that must be addressed is whether the...
Proceedings Article

The Justice System in Indonesia with the Application of the Green Constitution in Mining Dispute Resolution

Adimas Ardhiyoko, Jamal Wiwoho, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
Natural wealth is one of the important capitals in the development of a nation and state, therefore it must be utilized optimally for the benefit of the nation and state. Indonesia has a variety of natural resources, both renewable and non-renewable natural resources. From Sabang to Merauke, it is full...
Proceedings Article

Government Policy in Yogyakarta Special Region to Improve the Fulfillment of Educational Rights for Persons with Disabilities

Indra Ratna Dewi
The alignment of Local Government Policy Yogyakarta Special Region of Yogyakarta Regulation No. 4 of 2012 on the Protection and Fulfillment Rights of Persons with Disabilities was discovered through the findings of this study. Yogyakarta Special Region Government Policy in an effort to strengthen the...
Proceedings Article

Building the Integrity of Legislative Members Through Low-Cost Election Process

Henry Indraguna, Hartiwiningsih, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayan
Legislative candidates currently face large costs due to direct legislative election. Therefore, only candidates with strong finances have the opportunity to nominate. The situation causes the appearance of less qualified candidates. Instead of building knowledge, ability, and integrity, candidates only...
Proceedings Article

Importance of Establishing a Special Election Judicial Board

Sondang Tarida Tampubolon, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayan, Isharyanto
The special election courts can provide legal space for disadvantaged parties in the implementation of the stages of the election to obtain legal certainty in the life of a democratic state and accelerate the resolution of violations that occur during the stages of an election. The initial idea of a...
Proceedings Article

The Role of Central Bank as the Lender of Last Resort in the Pandemic Covid-19 Era, a Study of Emergency Liquidity Assistance

Panji Achmad, Adi Sulistiyono, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani
The condition of systemic banks can affect the financial system stability when they face liquidity problem, in which an intervention by the government act as prevention and handling of liquidity problems to prevent contagious effect. Meanwhile, in Indonesia, emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) during...
Proceedings Article

Standard Contract Based on the Legal Positivist Paradigm of Study

Bachrul Amiq, Wahyu Prawesthi
The conditions of this standard agreement can be provided by employing clauses that have been created or standardized and written in the form of groups with a large number that can be used for all agreements of the same type. The parties can create the standard agreement, although the contents are sometimes...
Proceedings Article

Valuation of the Loss of State Owned Enterprise as the State Losses Based on the Object of Economic Criminal Accountability Perspective

Titik Prasetyowati Verdi, Jamal Wiwoho, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani
This study aim to the argument for the absorption of SOE losses as the state losses based on the perspective of economic criminal accountability and the form of absorption of SOE losses as the state losses. A state-owned enterprise (SOE) refers to a business enterprise that is owned and controlled by...
Proceedings Article

Construction of Ratio Decidendi Constitutional Judges to Maintain the Authority of the Indonesian Constitution

Siti Marwiyah
In general, every judge who will make a judgement must be preceded by or formed around a number of factors. A Constitutional judge’s arguments in deciding a case that has been brought before him is based on legal grounds. The “ratio decidendi” became a constructive means of constructing these legal considerations....
Proceedings Article

Regulations in Wastewater Management and the Impact of Wastewater Pollution in Indonesia

Waluyo, Fatma Ulfatun Najicha, Abdul Kadir Jaelani
Based on Law Number 17 of 2019 concerning water resources, Water Resources Management is an effort to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate the implementation of Water Resources Conservation, Utilization of Water Resources, and Control of Water Damage. In water management in Indonesia, there are problems,...
Proceedings Article

Legal Review of Policy Changes on Environmental Pollution in the Law on Environmental Protection and Management of the Job Creation Law in Indonesia

Fatma Ulfatun Najicha
The environment is an object and living creature that is incorporated in a place including humans, in Indonesia itself is famous for the diversity of natural resources that are very abundant, humans use and also maintain and preserve natural resources so that they are not damaged or extinct. Until now,...
Proceedings Article

Legal Relationship and Social Changes and Their Impact on Legal Development

Rosidi Roslan, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani, Lego Karjoko
The life of modern society and traditional society requires a legal order in it. It is a challenge for the law to be able to adapt to social changes. Law and social change are closely correlated because they are interdependent. On the one hand, there are demands for social change that must be following...
Proceedings Article

COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy on Society and Related Legal Regulations

Irzal Rakhmadhani, Erna Yulida, Fahrina, Abdul Kadir Jaelani
In order to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic, all countries throughout the world are prioritizing COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccination is the key to achieving herd immunity in society and reducing COVID-19-related morbidity and mortality. However, the COVID-19 vaccination process in Indonesia is running slowly...
Proceedings Article

Building a Criminal Justice System Based on Artificial Intelligence in Indonesia

Diana Lukitasari, Hartiwiningsih, Jamal Wiwoho
This research tries to seize the opportunity to improve corporate criminal justice. This process starts with bettering regulations and submitting punitive mediation possibilities, all while designing an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system by initially inputting supporting data. The findings indicate...
Proceedings Article

Reconstruction of the Model Recovery of Violence Against Women Victims Fairly Through the Development of Restorative Justice in the Globalization Era

Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Hartiwiningsih, Muhammad Rustamaji
This research explains the new paradigm of law enforcement of sexual violence in the workplace that involves women as victims. This study shows how the psychological impact of sexual violence at work for women, as well as efforts that have been made to restore the psychological condition of victims....
Proceedings Article

The Concept of Criminal Liability in Several Criminal Issues in Indonesia in Respect to the Political Directions of Corporate Criminal

Diana Lukitasari
The development of mandatory criminal sanctions necessitates research investigations and considerations of the type, measure, and subject of the individual who commits a crime. As a result of this finding, the imposition of criminal sanctions in various Indonesian legislation differed. The findings of...