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The expansion of the forestry and plantation sectors in Indonesia over the last two decades cannot be separated from the increase in conflicts over land use and natural resources, as well as the awareness of the social, economic and environmental impacts of these conflicts.
Therefore, land-based business activities must also include conflict management efforts, ranging from limited and local disputes, wider land use conflicts, to land management cases that require judicial resolution in accordance with relevant regulations and policies.
The term “agrarian conflict” is more commonly used than land conflict because the term refers to a broader issue of natural resource management.Read more
With the growing of land and natural resources conflict in Indonesia, mediation – as a field and profession – starting to become a in demand-topic.
University of Arizona
Reducing the risk of conflict avoids unnecessary costs in the future.
PT Rimba Makmur Utama
The success and failure of mediation are influenced by social, economic, as well as political factors, apart from being highly dependent on the point of view of the actors involved in the mediation process, hence the process always subjective, relative and contextual.
University of Indonesia