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Lampung Journal of International Law (LaJIL)
Published by Universitas Lampung
ISSN : 26566532     EISSN : 27232603     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25041/lajil
Core Subject : Social,
The Lampung Journal of International Law or abbreviated as LaJIL, is an international journal published by the Faculty of Law, University of Lampung. The scope of this Journal is the development of international law sciences. LaJIL is a means of publication from results of the research, and a means of sharing developments in international law field. The background of the establishment of LaJIL Journal is focus on international law in Indonesian aspect. Therefore, Faculty of Law, University of Lampung took the initiative to establish a journal that specifically develops the issue of international law. Thus, we hope that the results of LaJIL publishing will provide an important output for the development of international law in generally, and to provide knowledge of international law of the sea, international human rights law, international of humanitarian law, international organization law, international trade and economics law, diplomatic law, international settlement disputes law, air and outer space law, international environmental law, international criminal law, and informatics and technology law in particularly. The article which will be published by LaJIL is a review article relating to the development of international law, both public and private international law. LaJIL is available in both print and online version.
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INSTITUTIONAL ROLE IN RELATION TO LEGAL POLICY TOWARDS OF CHILDREN’S RIGHTS TO EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING Lenny Syahnimar
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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Breastfeeding is one of the best buys in global health to save lives and improve the health, social, and economic development of individuals and nations. Inadequate breastfeeding impacts a child’s ability to learn, and consequently, their future earning potential. By supporting mothers to practice proper breastfeeding, nearly 50 per cent of under two child deaths caused by diarrhoea and pneumonia could be prevented annually compared to a situation with no breastfeeding. This study aims to understand and analyze the role institutions and legal policy towards the fulfilment of children’s rights to exclusive breastfeeding. This research is normative-empirical legal research. Primary data was obtained through interviews with sources, while secondary data is attained through literature studies on legal material. Data analysis is carried out with a qualitative approach. Results: Institutional is a set of rules of all levels that revolve around a fundamental need in the social life of society. The institutional role is to meet the basic needs of citizens regarding an order, guidelines on how to behave, and as social control. Legal rule the exclusive Nursing program policy is based on the provisions of the Law No. 36 of 2009 with the form of regulation through Government Regulations No. 33 of 2012.
PROTECTION OF WOMEN’S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS BASED ON INTERNATIONAL LAW AND REGULATION ON LAWS IN INDONESIA Laila Nurlatifah
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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Women’s health is one of the 12 critical issues stipulated in the Declaration and Action Plan of the Fourth International Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995 until now the issue of reproductive health in Indonesia women are still the main study given the high mortality rate of women caused by disorders of the reproductive organs. This research focuses on the Protection of Women’s Reproductive Health Rights Under International Law and Legislation in Indonesia. This type of research used in this study is normative legal research sourced from primary, secondary, and tertiary legal material whose data collection is carried out by library study techniques. The results of the study indicate two things: (1) Protection of women’s reproductive health rights in international law is found in International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and the International Labor Organization (ILO Convention). Action plans for women’s reproductive health rights include the Fourth World Conference on Women Beijing; International Conference on Population and Development Cairo; Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs. (2) Protection of women’s reproductive health rights in legislation in Indonesia is regulated in; The Indonesia Constitution; Law Number 39 Year 2009; Law Number 39 Year 1999; Law No. 13/2003; Law Number 35 of 2014. National policies related to reproductive rights include Government Regulation Number 61 of 2014; Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia include Lampung Province Regional Regulation.
FOOD SAFETY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISM ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA Risa Mahdewi; Desia Rakhma Banjarani
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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Modern biotechnology products have provided considerable benefits for improving human life and well-being, both in the agriculture, food, industry and human health sectors, as well as in the environmental field. But there are concerns that modern biotechnology products, in addition to providing benefits, also have risks that have adverse impacts on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and human health. Therefore, steps need to be taken, both legally, administratively, and technology to ensure the level of biological safety. This study aims to explain and analyze the safety of Genetically Modified Organism or GMO according to international law and their implementation in Indonesia. The problem approach used in this research is normative law (library research). The data used are secondary data obtained from international, national legal regulations and literature data related to material that supports discussion of the problem. Analysis of the data used is descriptive qualitative. The results of research on food safety of Genetically Modified Organism or GMO according to international law, are regulations on food safety of genetically engineered products regulated in the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. The laws and regulations governing GMO food in Indonesia are good enough because they have carried out the mandate and did not deviate from the biodiversity convention and Cartagena protocol by passing legislation regulations from the legal level to the decision level of the head of BPOM. It’s just that for rules regarding GMO food that is sold in retail, or that is not in the form of packaging, there is still no technical rules that can answer the problems in the field.
PARADIGM OF DEATH PENALTY (COMPARATIVE STUDY IN INDONESIA, SAUDI ARABIA AND CHINA) Tedy Nopriandi; Risky Fany Ardhiansyah
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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The death penalty is one of old criminal type as the age of human life, and the most controversial crime in of all criminal systems, both in countries that adhere to the Common Law System and in countries that embrace Civil Law, Islamic Law and Socialist Law. There are two main thoughts about the death penalty, namely: first, those who want to keep it based on the force provisions, and second are those who wish to the abolition as a whole. Indonesia includes a country that still maintains capital punishment in a positive legal system. This paper aims to resolve problems of the death penalty concept concerning the controversy purpose of the death penalty and to analyze the regulations, procedures and philosophies regarding the death penalty in Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and China. This paper uses normative juridical research and the methods based on the doctrine and developed by the author. The approach used the legal approach, historical approach and comparative approach, then analyzed by the customary method. The result of the study shows that the death penalty can be seen from the philosophical aspects of Indonesian criminal law, as well as the philosophical aspects of Islamic and Chinese criminal law. So that everything can not be separated from the essential legal objectives, namely for the creation of justice. Death penalty in Islamic law turns out the concept of restorative justice specifically for the crime of deliberate killing (al-qatl al-'amd), which the execution highly depends on the victim’s family. The victim’s family, in this case, has the right to choose whether qisas (death penalty) or their apologize for the murder suspect, and diyat payment. While China in the implementation of death penalty applies the concept of rehabilitation, which in the execution of the death penalty is called a death penalty delay for two years and in its implementation, the defendant is given a job and control them. Whereas in Indonesia, capital punishment is a specific criminal offence and threatened with alternatives and is still a draft Criminal Code.
THE URGENCY OF USING DISTINCTIVE SIGNS AT MUARO JAMBI TEMPLE SITE: A REVIEW FROM THE INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW PERSPECTIVE Akbar Kurnia Putra; Bernard Sipahutar; Budi Ardianto
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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This article discusses the role of international law in the protection of the Muaro Jambi Temple site as a cultural place. In specific, the authors highlight the regulations to use distinctive signsfor historical and cultural propertyunder the International Humanitarian Law. Even though all Contracting Members should comply with the law, in reality, not all the rules are implemented, such as in Muaro Jambi Temple site.A site is a principal object that passes the historical value of human being as well as scientific information from generation to generation; therefore, is required protection. Using a normative juridical approach, the article analyses the basic problems for not applying distinctive signs at the Muaro Jambi Temple site. 

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