Enforced Disappearance and Untouching of the Perpetrators: The Case of Indonesia

Tampubolon, Manotar (2019) Enforced Disappearance and Untouching of the Perpetrators: The Case of Indonesia. In: Conference Proceedings 2019 – XXVI International Conference on Business, Economics, Law, Language & Psychology (ICBELLP), December 20-21, Bali 20-21 December 2019. EURASIA, Bali, p. 5. ISBN 2454 5899


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This article discusess enforced human disappearances occurred in the process of transitioning from authoritarian regime to a democratic government of Indonesia in 1998. A number of pro-democracy activists enforced to disappear by perpetrators of human rights crimes. The perpetrators have never been processed legally as a form of accountability for the intended crime of humanity. It examines how the legal and analytical framework provided by international human rights law applies to enforced disappearances of pro democracy activists. It then reviews the factors that contribute to this phenomenon in different contexts, including the disappearance of pro democracy activists for political reasons. Keywords: Pro Democracy, Activists, Crime Against Humanity

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: SOCIAL SCIENCES > Industries. Land use. Labor > Labor. Work. Working class > Employee participation in management. Employee ownership. Industrial democracy. Works councils
SOCIAL SCIENCES > Social pathology. Social and public welfare > Criminology
Depositing User: Ms Sari Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2020 07:56
Last Modified: 19 Feb 2020 07:56
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/1240

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