Budi Hermawan Bangun
Faculty of Law Universitas Tanjungpura

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ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights and Effectiveness of Fulfilling Human Rights Obligations of ASEAN Members States Budi Hermawan Bangun
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

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The inauguration of the ASEAN Declaration of Human Rights was inseparable from criticism from several parties, especially human rights organizations both within and outside ASEAN member states. This paper focuses on the function and mandate of the AICHR (ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights) and its influence on the effectiveness of the fulfillment of human rights obligations ASEAN member states. The results showed that within its mandate AICHR there is no balance between the functions of promotion and protection function because of the ambiguity of vision for an ASEAN Human Rights set the standard, which is between universal standards and particularist that maintains the principle of "Asian values" and "non-interference". These different points of view led to the implementation of human rights obligations fulfillment by member states of ASEAN to be very varied
Ecofeminism and Enviromental Protection: A Legal Perspective Budi Hermawan Bangun
Jambe Law Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Jambi University

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Women are very important figures to ensure sustainable development. This paper discusses the role of women in environmental protection from the perspective of eco-feminism and law. This research is a non-doctrinal legal research with a socio-legal approach. The data used are secondary data obtained through literature studies, then the data that has been obtained is analyzed qualitatively. It is learnt from the discussion that eco-feminism as a thought that criticizes the dominance of patriarchy over control of environmental management and has succeeded in encouraging environmental protection movements carried out by women in various countries. Women are key actors in using, managing and protecting natural resources. Environmental preservation is closely related to the role of women. From a legal perspective, eco-feminism is an effort by the people to seek justice as the main goal of law and ensure the principle of equality before the law inmonitoring, protecting and enjoying the benefits of environmental sustainability.
The Existences of International Law in The Establishment of Indonesian National Regulation on The Protection of Traditional Knowledge Budi Hermawan Bangun
Jurnal Hukum Novelty Vol 10, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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Introduction to The Problem: The debate about whether the protection of traditional knowledge governed by international law has led developing countries, such as Indonesia, to have the potential for traditional knowledge to feel disadvantaged.Purpose/Objective Study: This paper intends to discuss the existence of international law in the formation of Indonesian national regulations concerning the protection of traditional knowledge.Design/Methodology/Approach: This research designed as doctrinal legal research. The data used in this study are secondary data which analyzed qualitativelyFindings:  From the results of research and discussion it is known that stipulation of regulations related to the protection of traditional knowledge in Indonesia needs to be accompanied by efforts to encourage the acceptance of national interests in international agreements, both through increasing TRIP agreements and the ASEAN framework. Also, it must be ensured that all binding international legal instruments related to traditional knowledge will truly benefit especially the community of traditional knowledge owners in Indonesia.