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Volume ume6Issue2 Number Volume 6 Issue 2, July 2022 Year 2022

11 articles in this issue 

Milda Istiqomah,Fachrizal Afandi

Gender-based counterterrorism in Indonesia still has not yet obtained greater attention from policy stakeholders. The role of women in handling terrorism cases is still lacking and results in the absence of gender sensitivity. This research aims to analys... see more

Pags. 205 - 223  

Oleg M. Yaroshenko,Kostiantyn Y. Melnyk,Dmytro ?. Sirokha,Olena S. Arsentieva,Irina I. ?eslikova

As the European case-law shows, nowadays, there are numerous problems in the social sphere. Accordingly, there appears to be a need to study international regulation of equality and current social security problems to find possible solutions to the existi... see more

Pags. 224 - 238  

Bani Adam,Haniff Ahamat

The development of electric vehicles has been becoming a global trend to tackle worsening air pollution. The rich mineral country desires to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) through transportation transformation by building a domestic-based battery vehicle ind... see more

Pags. 239 - 253  

Cita Yustisia Serfiyani,Ari Purwadi,Ardhiwinda Kusumaputra

The existence of indigenous peoples as entities was born before the independence of the Republic of Indonesia. However, it is still disturbed by criminalisation by law enforcement officials for legal actions of indigenous peoples on their Adat lands whose... see more

Pags. 254 - 267  

Anak Agung Istri Ari Atu Dewi,Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan,Anak Agung Istri Eka Krisnayanti,Putu Aras Samsithawrati,I Gede Agus Kurniawan

Preventing early childhood marriage (ECM) can protect children’s rights from the perspective of human rights. There are several rules regarding the age limit for marriage. In Indonesia, the minimum age for marriage is nineteen years. However, in fact, ear... see more

Pags. 268 - 285  

Lego Karjoko,I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani,Willy Naresta Hanum

Indonesia has the potential for oil from old wells of 10,000 barrels per day, but this potential is not optimally regulated. Hence, its management cannot realise social justice. This research aims to provide a prescription for the distribution of benefits... see more

Pags. 286 - 303  

Sri Wahyu Kridasakti,Mohamad Fadli,Abdul Madjid,Chanif Nurcholis

The institutional regulation of the Indonesian village government from the Dutch colonial era (1906) until the Reform Era has practically shown controversy of pros and cons. Through correct regulation, the village should be able to prosper. However, the a... see more

Pags. 304 - 318  

KN. Sofyan Hasan,Taroman Pasyah

Food is the most important basic human need, and its fulfilment is part of the human rights of every Indonesian people. Food must always be available in a sufficient, safe, quality, nutritious, varied manner at a price that is affordable by people's purch... see more

Pags. 319 - 335  

Martin Roestamy,Adi Rahmanur Ibnu

Legal provisions regarding alcoholic beverages are a complex issue in Indonesia. Therefore, this relates to several aspects, ranging from health or adverse and destructive impacts, halal and haram, to investment-related economic factors. However, to date,... see more

Pags. 336 - 349  

Ken Bagus Setya Dharma,Aktieva Tri Tjitrawati

In 1984 the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the United Kingdom (UK) signed an international agreement to hand over Hong Kong to the PRC on the condition that it be granted a high level of autonomy, except in the field of defence and cooperation with ... see more

Pags. 350 - 366  

Febrian Febrian

Indonesia's constitutional system has a clear separation between the judiciary, the legislature and the executive. Likewise, its functions have clear boundaries regulated in the legislation. However, in practice, there is an institution that has two insti... see more

Pags. 367 - 381