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Volume ume6Issue1 Number Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2022 Year 2022

11 articles in this issue 

Hamonangan Albariansyah,Topo Santoso,Eva Achjani Zulfa

Between 2014 and 2018, the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower recorded 89,625 cases of work accidents, and 1,193 of them resulted in death. During this period, 34,075 companies were reported for alleged work safety crimes. From the 2,074 cases, only four hav... see more

Pags. 24 - 40  

Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi,Zinatul Ashiqin Zainol,Parviz Bagheri

Society 5.0 is a new term used to indicate the future world. This society is based on ubiquity, learning machines, the internet of things, big data, cloud computing, cryptography, and biometrics. All these technologies will be merged t... see more

Pags. 41 - 54  

Fatou Diagne Mbaye,Agus Sardjono

The Declaration on Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) and Public Health Agreements want to promote the balanced interpretation and implementation of its provisions and promote universal access by assisting WTO members to protect public hea... see more

Pags. 55 - 69  

Arie Afriansyah,Hadi Rahmat Purnama,Akbar Kurnia Putra

Since the 1970s, Indonesia has been acting as a transit country for asylum seekers and refugees to reach Australia and New Zealand. Being a non-state party to the Refugee Convention, Indonesia has become the strategic partner for Australia in managing the... see more

Pags. 70 - 100  

Robert Robert,Rosa Agustina,Bismar Nasution

The Indonesian bankruptcy regime tends to be harsh to the debtors, especially the individual debtors. In contrast, the creditors possess the right to pursue the debtor’s outstanding debts even after the bankruptcy process. For that reason, this article ai... see more

Pags. 101 - 121  

Oksidelfa Yanto Yanto,Imam Fitri Rahmadi,Nani Widya Sari

In the criminal law system in Indonesia, there are two reasons why an individual suspected of having committed a crime must be released. These two reasons are justifying and forgiveness reasons. In practice, these two reasons are linked to the elimination... see more

Pags. 122 - 142  

Khansadhia Afifah Wardana,Rahayu Rahayu,Sukirno Sukirno

The implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) often lacks in human rights perspective, although the goals themselves were created based on the human rights principles. However, further studies in development and international human rights law... see more

Pags. 163 - 173  

Mada Apriandi Zuhir,Febrian Febrian,Murzal Murzal,Ridwan Ridwan

The act of utilising all the resources owned by a state, including natural resources, is the right of every state. However, its use is prohibited if it causes harm to other states. This is then referred to as the principle of no harm rule in international... see more

Pags. 174 - 188  

Rachma Indriyani,Asmar Abdul Rahim,Ruzita Azmi

Transparency is significant in highly migratory fisheries. The reliability of the catch data is essential for decisions of internationally agreed targets. Nevertheless, the data accuracy will much depend on each state's performance. Focusing on unreported... see more

Pags. 189 - 204