Changes for Justice (C4J) Project

Recent Activities

Success Story Training of Trainers

Pelatihan Training of Trainers (TOT) untuk Sertifikasi Hakim Anak yang dibuka oleh Kepala Balitbangdiklat Kumdil MA RI, Ibu Siti Nurdjanah, saat ini tengah berlangsung selama 3 hari dari 6-8 Agustus 2014. Kegiatan ini merupakan kerjasama Mahkamah Agung RI dengan Proyek USAID – Changes For Justice (C4J).  TOT ini dihadiri oleh 20 hakim yang merupakan gabungan hakim senior dengan peserta gelombang pertama pelatihan Sertifikasi Hakim Anak pada akhir bulan Juni lalu yang berprestasi untuk dilatih menjadi calon pelatih di gelombang berikutnya yang rencananya akan diselenggarakan pada tanggal 19 - 29 Agustus dengan kuota 120 hakim baik untuk hakim tingkat pertama dan tingkat banding. TOT ini memberikan penekanan terhadap diversi yang telah diatur dalam Perma No. 4 Tahun 2014 tentang Pedoman Pelaksanaan Diversi Dalam Sistem Peradilan Pidana Anak yang dapat diunduh dalam www.mahkamahagung.go.id  dan mengangkat berbagai permasalahan yang berpotensi untuk muncul serta solusinya. Mahkamah Agung juga telah mempersiapkan administrasi peradilan seperti buku register, laporan dan formulir yang dibutuhkan oleh SPPA sebagaimana diatur dalam Surat Dirjen Badilum No. 251/DJU/PL 03/07/2014 dan dapat diunduh www.badilum.info.   Kapusdiklat Teknis MA RI, Agus Subroto, menyatakan “TOT dengan melibatkan pelatih hakim senior dengan peserta yang berprestasi pada pelatihan sebelumnya sangat bermanfaat karena di satu sisi menjadi proses regenerasi pengajar dan di sisi lain merupakan sarana evaluasi diklat terhadap pelatihan sebelumnya”. Ernawati, hakim PN Bulukumba yang merupakan peserta dari pelatihan sebelumnya menyatakan “Perma No 4 Tahun 2014 memperjelas berbagai pertanyaan yang diajukan pada pelatihan sebelumnya dan pelaksanaan dari UU No. 11 Tahun 2012. Selain itu TOT ini juga lebih membuka wawasan dan mempersiapkan diri untuk mengatasi berbagai kemungkinan, tantangan dan isu yang timbul dalam perkara anak” Secara umum telah terjadi peningkatan perkara anak dari tahun ke tahun yang menarik perhatian publik. Berbagai upaya telah dilakukan oleh Mahkamah Agung dalam meningkatkan pelayanan peradilan yang sesuai dengan UU No 11 Tahun 2012 tentang Sistem Peradilan Pidana Anak (SPPA), khususnya dalam perkara anak untuk  mewujudkan peradilan yang benar-benar menjamin pelindungan kepentingan terbaik terhadap anak yang berhadapan dengan hukum sebagai penerus bangsa. (RM)

12 Aug 2014 - 18 Aug 2014

E-Learning Pilot Implementation at District Courts, Religious Courts and Administrative Courts.

In preparation for full implementation of E-learning program for judges, C4J is fully supporting Supreme Court in testing out the application and its content at select general district courts, religious courts and administrative courts in four provinces. The E-learning pilot aims to obtain the lessons learned for all courts jurisdictions to ensure that the full implementation of the e-learning will be a success. The pilot is conducted in West Nusa Tenggara, South Sumatra, West Java, and North Sulawesi.

11 Apr 2014 - 30 Apr 2014

Radio Talkshows on Biodiversity-related Crimes.

C4J in full support of the Supreme Court and the Attorney General Office, developed programs and modules to improve law enforcement in biodiversity-related crimes as improving well as public contribution and participation in reporting biodiversity-crimes. One of such programs is two series of radio talk show in collaboration with Green Radio KBR 68H, conducted on 20 March and 3 April. The first talk show discussed about forest fire in Riau, inviting representatives from Ministry of Environment. The second one discussed the wildlife crimes with representative from Ministry of Forestry.

20 Mar 2014 - 03 Apr 2014

Latest Articles

Ensuring Justice through Automation
Ensuring Justice through Automation

The web-based case tracking system (CTS) automates the general district courts and appellate courts. All case data is backed up by the Supreme Court to ensure that it is safeguarded. Performance data is reviewed by the Supreme Court and appellate courts to monitor the productivity of the district courts. The implementation of the CTS has increased public access to information, modernized case management, and enhanced the transparency of Indonesia’s judiciary.  In August 2014, fire broke out at the Pasir Pangaraian District Court in Riau, burning the rooms of some of the court’s judges and registrars and some of its court records. In the past, the loss of written records was often permanent because the information was…

Read More » 06 Oct 2014
A New Age of Public Information Services in Indonesia's District Courts
A New Age of Public Information Services in Indonesia's District Courts

Not long ago, getting information about a case in Indonesia’s general courts required long efforts to find someone in the building who had both the time and the right information, and then relying on the information that the person provided. In Indonesia’s most progressive courts, it is a new age of public service. In 2012, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia adopted new public services standards. General courts have been required to implement new public information desks equipped with computers and and professional staff for quick access to court data.  The public in those courts has learned that answers are no harder to find now than the front door, and the answers come…

Read More » 06 Oct 2014
Education and Coordination Improve Prosecution of Crimes Related to Biodiversity
Education and Coordination Improve Prosecution of Crimes Related to Biodiversity

Threats to Indonesia’s biodiversity from lack of enforcement of environmental laws and regulations are serious and have far reaching consequences. Such crimes are international in nature, they increase the opportunity for other transnational criminal activities, and they threaten Indonesia’s sustained economic development. In August 2014, the USAID Changes for Justice Project (C4J) hosted the first joint workshop with judges and prosecutors on protecting Indonesia’s biodiversity. Indonesia’s biodiversity is threatened by diverse local and international interests that seek to profit from Indonesia’s rich resources. Damage in one facet of the environment, such as forest destruction, leads to a domino-effect of other environmental damage, including floods, erosion, reduced land productivity, increased greenhouse gases, peatland fires, and loss…

Read More » 06 Oct 2014
Where we Work?Click Here
Go Online