Reporting Conflicts in a Targeted Manner

28 July 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

We could certainly agree that if there is a conflict and the conflict becomes an obstacle to production, whether it is farming by communities or plantation production activities by companies, the conflict must be dealt with immediately. Regardless the production activity, the results will be more optimal if those could […]

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Addressing Conflicts in the Agrarian Reform Agenda

27 June 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

In June of this year, the issue of agrarian reform was frequently cited in the media in connection with the event of the 2022 GTRA Summit which was held on June 8 – 10, 2022 at Marina Togo Mowondu, Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province. This summit meeting had been awaited for […]

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Civil Society Call for the Implementation of Agrarian Reform in Indonesia.

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We, on behalf of the Civil Society who pay attention to the Agrarian Reform Agenda in Indonesia, hereby call on the Agrarian Reform Task Forces (GTRA) at the national and regional levels to do the following: First, we call for the importance of recognizing and protecting indigenous peoples and customary […]

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Community Facilitator Organizations in Agrarian and Natural Resource Conflicts Advocacy, Mediation, Spokesperson, or Facilitator?

24 May 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

While handling agrarian and natural resource conflicts, CRU often interacts with community facilitators. In most cases, the facilitators are not local residents, but people from outside the area who came to facilitate the community in a community empowerment program or project. The field facilitators assist the community the processes of […]

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Why We Need Representatives in Negotiations/Mediation?

26 April 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

When a land and natural resource conflict erupts and will soon be resolved, often a government agency or a non-governmental organization initiates deliberations or negotiations and invites the parties to directly begin negotiations. The parties immediately sent their representatives. Who are those representatives? In a simple dispute there is no […]

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A Geospatial Perspective in Handling Agrarian Conflicts

30 March 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

The first step in any effort to handle agrarian conflicts is to understand well the object of the conflict. For this reason, geospatial analysis is one of the tools used by the CRU in every conflict to provides geospatial information in the form of the location of the object of […]

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A Conflict Sensitive Approach in Realizing the G20 Agenda

10 March 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

The year 2022 started with news about the election of Indonesia to hold the Presidency of G20. This is very meaningful because the G20 is a multilateral forum consisting of 19 major countries and the European Union (EU) which represents more than 60% of the world’s population, 75% of global […]

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How Can Peace Agreements Be Implemented and Lasting?

25 January 2022 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

If we ask the mediators, what is the measure of success for mediation or negotiation? One of the common answers is to reach a peace agreement, and perhaps an agreement to cooperate. The answer is certainly not wrong. However, CRU found, after going through the mediation process and the parties […]

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Creating and Maintaining Mediation Momentum

24 December 2021 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

Several conflict cases handled by the CRU were “ inherited” cases, namely cases that had been previously handled through mediation but were not resolved and regressed to become latent cases that festered beneath the surface until they reappeared. The question which then arises is why were those cases not resolved? […]

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Conflict Resolution and Climate Change

23 November 2021 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

November 2021 opened with an important issue for global collective efforts to address climate change; the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP 26). The conference concluded with the approval of the Glasgow Climate Pact on how countries could achieve a limit to a maximum temperature increase of 1.5oC higher than […]

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