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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Maintaining Neutrality in Mediating Conflicts Marred with Injustice?

23 October 2021 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

How does CRU, which promotes conflict resolution through mediation, where neutrality and impartiality are key requirements, deal with undeniable injustice? This critical question is frequently asked to CRU. Moreover, this question is sometimes conveyed in a blaming tone, as if by claiming to be a neutral party, CRU is helping […]

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Save the date: The Coconut Island Song: A Portrait of Agrarian Reform in the Coastal Zone and Small Islands

23 September 2021 Latest News 0 Comment

The government recognizes that agrarian conflict is a key obstacle and challenge to development, and has responded through several regulations and policies.  Priority policies for Agrarian Reform continue to be promoted in various regions through several schemes and approaches, which are primarily aimed at helping indigenous peoples and local communities, […]

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The Short Way or the Long Way to the End? The Key Role of Assessment in Conflict Management

22 September 2021 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

Both partners and parties to a conflict often question the conflict resolution process pursued by the CRU. They imagine that CRU would deploy commandos to bring together the conflicting parties into the mediation process, and abracadabra the conflict is resolved. Hence, the conflict resolution process promoted by CRU, which includes […]

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COVID 19 as a Game Changer in Handling Agrarian Conflicts during a Pandemic

24 August 2021 Blogsphere / Latest News 0 Comment

Agrarian conflicts have become inevitable in current growth-oriented development in Indonesia. In fact, when the pandemic of COVID-19 broke out and social restriction policies were implemented as a key strategy to stop the spread of COVID-19, this contributes to the contraction of the economy at various levels. The economic downturn […]

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Opinion: Key Elements of Business Climate

20 August 2021 Latest News 0 Comment

Creating a conducive business climate and agrarian reform are government priority policies and their successes are interrelated. Basically, the two policies can support each other, since both aim to ensure the certainty of land access rights for both the community and the business. From a business perspective, this is important […]

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Press News: Launch of a Practical Guide to Conflict Management

30 November 2018 Latest News 0 Comment

Jakarta, 29 November 2018 – Based on a study initiated by the Conflict Resolution Unit (CRU)- Indonesia Business Coalition on Sustainable Business (IBCSD) in 2006, it is estimated that the tangible losses that occur due to land-based conflicts between communities and the business world reach around US$ 70,000 – 2,500,000. […]

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Mediator Training with PKTHA

10 September 2018 Latest News 0 Comment

Conflict if managed properly can create space for public participation, improving the situation. Mediators at the site level will play an important role in ensuring the transformation of the relationship between the parties. This was conveyed by Muhamad Said, Director of Tenure Conflict Management and Customary Forests (PKTHA) at the […]

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Mastery of the context of natural resources in Urut Sewu conflict resolution

21 August 2018 Latest News 0 Comment

Untuk menjadi mediator sumber daya alam atau mediator yang menyelesaikan konflik sumber daya alam perlu penguasaan konteks. Penguasaan konteks sumber daya alam ini membantu mediator untuk memberikan pilihan-pilihan kesepakatan yang memuaskan para pihak.

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Video: Mediator Discussion 2018

12 July 2018 Latest News 0 Comment

A number of natural resource mediators from all over Indonesia gathered for a two-day discussion event entitled Mediator Discussion held by the Conflict Resolution Unit (CRU) on 26 – 27 June 2018 in Jakarta. This event is a meeting talk show to explore the challenges and smart practices of natural […]

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