Poverty, Economic Development and Human Rights

Sunarsih University of Jember, Indonesia Abstract Poverty is seen as an economic inability to meet the basic needs of food and non-food which is measured from the expenditure side. The poor condition causes a person to issue its earnings just to feed or food only and will ignore other needs such as education and […]

Democracy in Public Policy: Case Study of Cement Construction Conflict Between Samin Society (sedulur sekep) with the Government in Kendeng Mountain, Central Java

Alvian Rachmad EP Department of Public Administration, Sebelas Maret University Abstract Public Policy was born due to the struggle of ideas, interests, and power ideologies of political and elite parties. However, public involvement in the stages of public policy both supports and criticisms becomes an important factor in interaction quality of the State to […]

The Devastation of Natural Economy and Eco-Justice in The Process of Modern Development: A Case Study in Kendeng-Rembang

Ali Ja’far Center for Religious and Cross Cultural Studies (CRCS) UGM, Yogyakarta Abstract Enhancing economic surplus is required for proposing better social well-being. Plenty effort applied for eradicating poverty, enhancing social life and minimizing other social problems. Conventional paradigm about people would get better when economically getting richer was much translated in the modern […]

Human Rights Protection Concerning Reclamation of Small Island and Coastal Area Prepared

Tahegga Primananda Alfath S.H., M.H. Faculty of Law of the University Narotama Surabaya, Indonesia Bustomi Arifin, S.S., M.A. ASEAN Study Center of the University Narotama Surabaya, Indonesia Abstract Reclamation of the Small Island and coastal area in numerous places nowadays are justified as a gateway to improve capital investment coupled with regional revenue. […]