An Expression of Gratitude from CRU: Building Sustainability Together

22 December 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

CRU has been working to develop and strengthen its institutional foundations, in order that in the upcoming years it can contribute, although small and limited, yet meaningful in the great effort of handling land and natural resource conflicts in development.  We have been supported by various parties in this effort. […]

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Challenges of Handling Conflict During Elections

28 November 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Amid the frenzied wave of elections, where the public spotlight is on the political stage, behind the scenes, the problems of land conflicts and exploitation of natural resources continue to simmer in the background. In addition to the big question of the relevance of elections with so many problems and […]

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TMShare: How to Maintain Relations with Conflicting Parties: Challenges for Assessors and Mediators

24 November 2023 Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Assessors and mediators in the process of handling land and natural wealth conflicts must be neutral and impartial, at the same time they must also be able to gain the trust of the parties in conflict and build good relationships with the parties, both parties in conflict and other parties […]

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Mediation and Structural Inequality

7 November 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

In our capacity as an organization dedicated to addressing land and natural resource conflicts in Indonesia, with a focus on promoting dialogue and collaboration through mediation, we have received inquiries from multiple stakeholders regarding the feasibility of our approach. Specifically, concerns have been raised regarding the effectiveness of mediation in […]

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Good Faith of the Parties as a Starting Point for Handling Agrarian and Natural Wealth Conflicts

27 October 2023 Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

The good faith of the parties is the main and most fundamental capital in handling land and natural resource conflicts. How does good faith arise from the parties? How can independent parties who help handle conflicts build, maintain and utilize the goodwill of the parties? These are some of the […]

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Addressing the Paradoxical Role of Mass Media in Handling Land and Natural Wealth Conflicts in Indonesia

9 October 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Throughout the course of our involvement in the resolution of land and natural resource disputes, as well as the growth of our network, we have been contacted on multiple occasions by various stakeholders in relation to a conflict that has gained considerable media attention. These communications can involve a request […]

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Challenges in Sharing Lessons Learned from Handling Agrarian and Natural Resources Conflicts from the Local to the Upstream Level

8 September 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

In development efforts, especially in the management of agrarian and natural resources, conflict is inevitable. It is evident that this is a hindrance to the progression of the development process as a whole. Numerous attempts have been made to address these conflicts, and one of the models of conflict resolution […]

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Adequate Data for Initial Conflict Reporting

31 July 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

Data is of paramount importance in tackling agrarian and natural resource conflicts. It constitutes the foundation of the information to be included in a conflict grievance report. The presence of adequate data, which has been sufficiently verified, will assist the concerned parties, mediators, and relevant authorities in comprehending the dispute […]

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Engagement in Handling Agrarian and Natural Resource Conflicts: The Foundation of Sustainable Settlement

22 June 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

It is undeniable that agrarian and natural resource conflicts are an unavoidable aspect of the development process in Indonesia. Consequently, it is essential to incorporate efforts to address such conflicts into the enabling environment for equitable, inclusive and sustainable development in Indonesia. When it comes to conflict management, it is […]

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Blessings of the State for Implementable Peace Agreements

2 June 2023 Blogsphere / Latest News / Newsfeed 0 Comment

In order to address land and natural resource conflicts, it is sometimes the case that the resulting peace agreement cannot be implemented straight away, especially when the implementation of the agreement necessitates the recognition of the state. It can be challenging to ensure state legitimacy for peace agreements on the […]

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