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The Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) is an independent research institute established in 2007. ICJR focuses on criminal law and justice reform, and general law reform in Indonesia. ICJR takes initiative by providing support in the context of establishing respect for the Rule of Law and at the same time establishing a fervent human rights culture in criminal justice system.
ICJR has three major programs: research and advocacy, training, and strategic litigation. We have built our capacity on criminal policy research. ICJR actively has a major role in the reformation of criminal policy in Indonesia. ICJR regularly provides advice for both government and parliament as an input into proposed policy. ICJR is also involved in several litigation cases both of direct litigation (as a party at trial) or indirect litigation (amicus curiae/ friend of the court). All work carried out by ICJR is aimed towards supporting criminal policy in Indonesia in order to keep it in line with the protection of human right principles and rule of law frameworks
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