Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh
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PERKAWINAN DI BAWAH UMUR PERSPEKTIF HAM (Studi Kasus di Desa Bulungihit, Labuhan Batu, Sumatra Utara) Marlina, Leni; ., Nurhidayatuloh
Al-Mawarid Jurnal Hukum Islam Vol 11, No 2 (2010): Hukum Keluarga Muslim dan Tuntutan HAM
Publisher : Islamic University of Indonesia

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Paper below highlights the phenomenon of early marriage or underage marriage is happening in the Village Bulungihit, Labuhan Batu, North Sumatra that is with so many marriages occur with age that is still relatively young, especially from the candidates wife. Marriage is the case because of the influence of culture, arranged marriages, lack of education, economy, society is too free, and the willingness of the children themselves. Parents assume if a woman can read and write was considered sufficient, no need to continue their education to the next level. Because girls will eventually go back to the kitchen as well. With regard to the regulation of marriage rights under this age can be considered to violate the human rights provisions. Moreover, by manipulating the age of marriage will solve the problem, instead, will actually create new problems with regard to psychological kekurangsiapan child who married a minor. For that countries should take firm action against violations of human rights Keywords: pernikahan, bawah umur, Sumatra Utara, dan HAM
Kedudukan Penghubung Komisi Yudisial Wilayah Sumatera Selatan Dalam Struktur Ketatanegaraan RI Yoshua Alexander; Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Agus Ngadino; Abunawar Basyeban
Simbur Cahaya VOLUME 26 NOMOR 1, JUNI 2019
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

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The aims of this research are to investigate the status of Regional Judicial Commission in Indonesia’s Constitution case South Sumatra Regional Judicial Commission and its role to maintain and oversee judges. The method used in this research is normative legal research. As a result, in fact the status of Regional Judicial Commission is a supporting organ under the Judicial Commission of Republic of Indonesia. It can be found in the 1945 Constitution Article 24B which gives authority to Judicial Commission to establish regional office. In addition, according to the Law No. 18 of 2011 that Judicial Commission enables to establish regional office in a certain province as its need. It is also stipulated in the Judicial Commission Regulation No. 1 of 2012 that the establishment of regional office aims to the accecibility for regional people in the mater of their report, the efectivity of trial monitoring, and socialization of the regional office in terms of maintainging and upholding of honor and dignity of the judges. 
Anomali Asas Non-Retroaktif dalam Kejahatan Genosida, Bertentangan dengan HAM? Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Akhmad Idris; Rizka Nurliyantika; Fatimatuz Zuhro
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 19, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia

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The crime of genocide is one of the most serious international crimes stipulated in the Rome Statute. Previously, genocide was regulated in the Convention on Genocide entered into force on 12 January 1951. The convention and the Rome Statute do not allow retroactivity. However, retroactivity appears in the Indonesian Law on the Human Rights Court and is strengthened through the Indonesian Constitutional Court's Decision. This study focuses on the neglect of the non-retroactive principle in the Law on Human Rights Courts and the extent to which the retroactive period. This research uses normative-legal method with a statutory and case approaches. The result shows that ignoring the non-retoactive principle is contrary to international law and international human rights regulations. Hence, the Constitutional Court's decision that strengthens retroactivity can be interpreted that the Court maintains human rights while at the same time violates human rights by not accurately interpreting the word “derogation” and “restriction” in Article 28J of the 1945 Constitution.
Dilema Pengujian Undang-Undang Ratifikasi oleh Mahkamah Konstitusi dalam Konteks Ketetanegaraan RI Nurhidayatuloh, Nurhidayatuloh
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 9, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Mahkamah Konstitusi Republik Indonesia

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Constitutional Court is an  state  institution  given  with  the  authority,  by  the constitution, to review act toward constitution, UUD 1945, in the first    and final level of which the decision has binding power. The existence of ratification act becomes a problem to the constitutional enforcement system  in Indonesia. Goverment’s binding to the international conventions/agreements are given on the grounds of ratification by The House of Representatives and the President in the form of act. This is because Indonesia recognizes intenational laws after the adoption of the international coventions/agreements. This “special adoption” regarding international coventions/agreements are formed by national law with the same level as the act. Because of taking the form of an act, it is then becomes a problem whether this ratification act can be categorized in the hierarchy of laws based on Law No. 12 Year 2011 and thus can be judicially reviewed by the Constitutional Court.
Dilema Pengujian Undang-Undang Ratifikasi oleh Mahkamah Konstitusi dalam Konteks Ketetanegaraan RI Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 9, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia

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Constitutional Court is an  state  institution  given  with  the  authority,  by  the constitution, to review act toward constitution, UUD 1945, in the first    and final level of which the decision has binding power. The existence of ratification act becomes a problem to the constitutional enforcement system  in Indonesia. Goverment’s binding to the international conventions/agreements are given on the grounds of ratification by The House of Representatives and the President in the form of act. This is because Indonesia recognizes intenational laws after the adoption of the international coventions/agreements. This “special adoption” regarding international coventions/agreements are formed by national law with the same level as the act. Because of taking the form of an act, it is then becomes a problem whether this ratification act can be categorized in the hierarchy of laws based on Law No. 12 Year 2011 and thus can be judicially reviewed by the Constitutional Court.
ASEAN and European Human Rights Mechanisms, What Should be Improved? Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Febrian Febrian
PADJADJARAN Jurnal Ilmu Hukum (Journal of Law) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): PADJADJARAN JURNAL ILMU HUKUM (JOURNAL OF LAW)
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran

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AbstractThe human rights mentioned in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) are universal values agreed upon countries in the world. This is reflected by the fact that no state rejects the United Nations General Assembly Resolution in 1948. It is even strengthened by the ratification of two major international human rights covenants, which have binding legal powers. They are the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in 1966. European states are legally bound to human rights through the European Human Rights Convention that is signed in 1950 and come into force in 1953. On the other hand, ASEAN states are bound to human rights as parties of ICCPR, ICESCR, and their commitment to the regional level ASEAN Declaration of Human Rights. Both in European Union and ASEAN have their own human rights mechanisms: the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR). This study employed a comparison method with a normative legal research approach to compare the human rights mechanisms in Europe and in ASEAN. It also deals with the implementation of human rights protection by the states in the two regional organizations. As a result, although the two regional organizations have human rights mechanisms applied in their areas, with experiences through cases appealing to European Human Rights Courts, Europe provides more assurance and legal certainty towards individuals when a state commit human rights violations against individuals. On the other hand, the AICHR, as the equal commission in ASEAN region, tends not to have sufficient legal power in handling human rights cases occurred in its territory.Mekanisme HAM ASEAN dan Eropa, Apa yang Seharusnya Dibenahi? AbstrakHak asasi manusia yang terdapat dalam DUHAM merupakan nilai-nilai universal yang telah disepakati oleh negara-negara di dunia. Hal ini tercermin dengan tidak adanya satupun negara yang menolak Resolusi Majelis Umum PBB tersebut tahun 1948 dan diperkuat dengan disahkannya dua kovenan internasional utama HAM yang mengikat yakni Kovenan tentang Hak Sipil dan Politik (ICCPR) dan Kovenan tentang Hak Ekonomi, Sosial dan Budaya (ICESCR) tahun 1966. Negara-negara di Eropa memiliki keterikatan secara hukum terhadap HAM melalui Konvensi HAM Eropa yang disahkan tahun 1950 dan berlaku 1953. Di sisi lain, negara-negara di ASEAN memiliki keterikatan terhadap HAM sebagai pihak ICCPR, ICESCR dan komitmen mereka terhadap Deklarasi HAM ASEAN pada tingkat regional. Baik di organisasi regional Eropa maupun ASEAN memiliki mekanisme HAM masing-masing, Eropa memiliki Pengadilan HAM Eropa dan ASEAN memiliki Komisi HAM ASEAN. Artikel ini menggunakan metode perbandingan dengan pendekatan penelitian hukum normatif yakni dengan membandingkan mekanisme HAM yang ada di Eropa dan di ASEAN dan implikasinya terhadap praktik perlindungan HAM oleh negara di dua organisasi regional tersebut. Hasil penelitian ini adalah meskipun kedua organisasi regional tersebut sama-sama memiliki mekanisme HAM yang berlaku di wilayah mereka, dengan pengalaman yang dimiliki Eropa melalui Pengadilan HAM, Eropa lebih memberikan jaminan dan kepastian hukum terhadap individu ketika negara melakukan pelanggaran HAM terhadap individu. Di sisi lain, AICHR sebagai komisi yang berwenang untuk menyelesaikan persoalan HAM di wilayah ASEAN cenderung tidak memiliki kekuasaan dan kekuatan hukum yang memadai dalam menangani kasus-kasus HAM yang terjadi di wilayahnya.DOI: https://doi.org/10.22304/pjih.v6n1.a8
Presumption of Innocent v. Presumption of Guilt dalam Hak Asasi Manusia Mada Apriandi Zuhir; Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Annisa Fitri Arum; Nyimas Olivia; Fatimatuz Zuhro; Faiq Tobroni
Simbur Cahaya VOLUME 26 NOMOR 2, DESEMBER 2019
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

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Asas presumption of guilt menjadi semakin menarik untuk dibahas sebagai respon dari ketidakpuasan asas presumption of innocent untuk diterapkan dalam kasus-kasus tertentu. Apalagi asas presumption of innocent hadir bukan tanpa dasar dan asas ini muncul sebagai amanah Deklarasi HAM Universal sebagai hak fundamental manusia. Namun demikian bagimana jika asas ini dihadapkan dengan kasus-kasus yang luar biasa seperti kasus terorisme dan kepabeanan. Hal ini menjadi persoalan oleh karena di satu sisi hal ini merupakan hak fundamental, namun di sisi lain ada hal luar biasa yang menjadi persoalan apabila asas ini tetap diterapkan. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan case law dengan analisis deskriptif kualitatif, yakni dengan menghadirkan putusan-putusan Pengadilan HAM Eropa yang pernah membahas persoalan tentang presumption of guilt. Paling tidak ada satu kasus penting yang putusannya dijadikan sebagai rujukan dalam membahas soal presumption of guilt ini yakni kasus Salabiaku v. France. Kasus ini menjadi rujukan yang mengikat oleh hakim-hakim di Pengadilan HAM Eropa dan telah dikutip oleh hakim-hakim di penadilan lain. Hasil dari penelitian ini adalah dalam keadaan tertentu presumption of guiltdapat diterapkan dengan catatan negara harus membatasi penerapan prinsip ini dengan cara yang reasonable dengan mempertimbangkan apa resiko yang dipertaruhkan dan apa implikasinya jika asas ini tidak diterapka
Anomali Asas Non-Retroaktif dalam Kejahatan Genosida, Bertentangan dengan HAM? Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Akhmad Idris; Rizka Nurliyantika; Fatimatuz Zuhro
Jurnal Konstitusi Vol 19, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (316.1 KB) | DOI: 10.31078/jk1923

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The crime of genocide is one of the most serious international crimes stipulated in the Rome Statute. Previously, genocide was regulated in the Convention on Genocide entered into force on 12 January 1951. The convention and the Rome Statute do not allow retroactivity. However, retroactivity appears in the Indonesian Law on the Human Rights Court and is strengthened through the Indonesian Constitutional Court's Decision. This study focuses on the neglect of the non-retroactive principle in the Law on Human Rights Courts and the extent to which the retroactive period. This research uses normative-legal method with a statutory and case approaches. The result shows that ignoring the non-retoactive principle is contrary to international law and international human rights regulations. Hence, the Constitutional Court's decision that strengthens retroactivity can be interpreted that the Court maintains human rights while at the same time violates human rights by not accurately interpreting the word “derogation” and “restriction” in Article 28J of the 1945 Constitution.
Pembatasan HAM dengan Alasan Public Health Emergency dalam Hukum HAM dan Hukum Pidana Indonesia Rd. Muhammad Ikhsan; Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh
Simbur Cahaya Volume 28 Nomor 2, Desember 2021
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Konsep “limitation” dapat ditemukan dalam beberapa instrumen hukum hak asasi manusia internasional demikian juga dalam hukum HAM di Indonesia. Konsep ini dapat diterapkan dalam beberapa situasi termasuk dalam keadaan public health emergency. Keadaan saat ini dengan adanya pandemic Covid-19 memaksa negara untuk melakukan pembatasan terhadap hak individu di dalam yurisdiksinya. Hal ini sejalan dengan konsep PHEIC yang beberapa saat lalu diumumkan oleh WHO. Namun demikian bagaimana mekanisme implementasi di lapangan menjadi persoalan lain yang perlu dilakukan penelitian lebih lanjut. Di Indonesia implementasi dari Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) adalah limitasi dalam bentuk Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar (PSBB) sebagaimana diatur dalam Undang-Undang Karantina kesehatan. Namun demikian, dalam implementasinya di lapangan seringkali PSBB dijadikan sebagai alasan oleh aparat kepolisian untuk dilakukannya mekanisme pidana seperti penahanan terhadap para pelanggar PSBB. Oleh karena itu dalam penelitian ini akan dibahas lebih lanjut tentang apakah Public Health Emergency sebagaimana dikemukakan oleh (World Health Organization) WHO dapat menjadi dasar Pembatasan HAM oleh Pemerintah Indonesia dan apa konsep dan mekanisme yang dapat ditawarkan dalam penerapan pembatasan HAM melalui PSBB ini baik dalam sistem hukum HAM maupun dalam sistem hukum Pidana di Indonesia
CLIMATE CHANGE AND COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL CONFLICTS: ARE THEY CORRELATED? Achmad Romsan; Farida Ali; Akhmad Idris; Adrian Nugraha; Nurhidayatuloh Nurhidayatuloh; Suzanna Mohamed Isa
Sriwijaya Law Review VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1, JANUARY 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Sriwijaya University, Indonesia

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Climate change and global warming affect major change in freshwater availability and season uncertainty which hamper all part of the globe. Although the phenomenon is not new but it needs concerns from all the government of States around the world to  address the problem. If notthe drought and water shortages will directly and indirectly be the world problem and finally will ignite conflict over resources.Pollution and environmental degradation will also affect the sustainability of community’s economic activities. In Indonesia, since the enforcement of the first Environmental Management Act of 1982 up to the third Environmental Management Act of 2019, there have been forty one conflicts involving community and industries and palm plantation companies. All the conflicts are brought before the courts. Herein, industries and plantations are blamed for responsible for river water pollution and environmental degradation. Unfortunately, there is very little information in Indonesia obtained from the research reports, journals, news papers, magazines whether climate change and global warming also responsible for the occurrence of community environmental conflict. From the second data sources obtained from outsite Indonesia it is found that there is a link between climate change and community environmental disputes. The objectives of this paper tryto examine whether the cases submitted and solved by the District Courtsalso have some connection with the climate change phenomenon. Other objectives are to recommend to the Government of Indonesia to strengthen the existing regulations dealing with the climate change