After going through various stages and discussions, finally the agenda of Asian Symposium on Legal Pluralism 2018 has been compiled. We congratulate all participants whose abstracts have been accepted by the Committee, and thanks to all those who have sent the abstract to us. See you at Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia.

DAY 1
Time Agenda
08.00-08.30 Registration
08.30-09.00 Opening speech by:

1. Prof. Melda Kamil (Dean of Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia)

2. Prof. Masami Tachibana (AILP)

09.00-10.00 Keynote speech by Dr. Sabine Machl (UN Women Country Representative Indonesia)
10.00-12.00 Panel 1. Legal Pluralism in Indonesia       

Chair: Prof. Sayaka Takano

1.     Tine SuartinaRevisiting Laws in Indonesia : Binding Power and Limitations

2.    Pheni Chalid and Astrid Nadya Rizqita Legal Pluralism to Address the Diversity of Indonesia’s Traditional Society Members

3.    Najmu Laila and Anna ErliyanaPower Struggle Over Land:Decentralization, Land Tenure Security, and the Rule of Law in Indonesia

4.    Nurfaika IshakJudicial Commission of Republik of Indonesa: What it has Function and What it does mean to Justice

5.    Ani PurwantiLegal Pluralism on Polygamy Permit: A Study in the Religious Court of Semarang

12.00-13.00 Lunch break
13.00-14.30 Panel 2. Law and Politics

Chair: Prof. Pampa Mukherjee

1.      Rozi Beni and Sri MamudjiThe Future of Leadership Succession of Kraton Yogyakarta After the Constitutional Court Decision Number 88/PUU-XIV/2016

2.     Gusti Van PaundrastaAhok vs. Anies to The Legacy of Crime

3.     Muhammad Bahrul UlumThe Limits of Constitutionalism on the Issuance of Emergency Laws in Indonesia

4.     Masami Mori TachibanaLegal and Political struggle on the Laws of Muslims in the Philippines Making process of Bangsamoro Basic Laws under the Martial law

14.30-15.00 Break
15.30-16.15 Panel 3. Human Rights

Chair: Prof. Arinori Kawamura

1.      Tamara RelisSouth Asian Perspectives on Normative Orders, Non-state laws and Justice Processes in Human Rights Cases 

2.     Dian NoeswantariRegulation Implementation on Social Conflict Handling: A Human Rights Based Approach?

3.     MuktionoRenegotiation of Indonesian Secularity: Socio-legal study on the Indonesian Blasphemy Law

16.15−16.30 Break
16.30-18.00 Panel 4. Gender and Legal Pluralism 1   

Chair: Prof. Christoph Antons

1.      Sulistyowati IriantoGender Justice and Global Migration :  Study on Indonesian Women Domestic Migrant Worker in The United Arab Emirates

2.     Kunthi TridewiyantiRe(definition) marriage for Indonesian women migrant workers

3.     Verani Indiarma and Dionni Ditya PerdanaFilm Assessment “Mereka Bilang Saya Monyet”:A Deconstruction of the Social Order on Female Sexuality

4.     Paulus Eko Kristianto “Inclusive Sosiolegal?: Learn From Sociolegal Control of Homosexuality in South Africa According to Kevan Botha and Edwin Cameron

18.30−20.30 Dinner
DAY 2
Time Agenda
8.30-9.00 Registration
09.00-10.30 Panel 5. Natural Resources

Chair: Prof. Masami Tachibana

1.      Gopakumar Viswanathan and Amalendu Jyotishi “Understanding Changes and Continuity in Urban Fish Markets – A Plural Theoretical Perspective”

2.     Christoph Antons, Yunita T. Winarto, Adlinanur F. Prihandiani, and Sinta Uli “Farmers as researchers: searching for a regulatory framework to enhance creativity in farming”

3.     Pampa Mukherjee and Nishant Rohta “Resource, Institutions and the State: A Study of Community Managed Irrigation System – the Kuhls of Kangra (Western Himalayas in India)”

4.     Abdul  Mutolib and YonarizaForest ownership conflict between a local community and the state: a case study in Dharmasraya, Indonesia

10.30-11.00 Break
11.00-13.00 Panel 6.  Law and Development

Chair: Prof. Yonariza

1.     Arinori KawamuraThe meaning of legal pluralism of Asian law in the context of law and development

2.    Najmu Laila and Anna ErliyanaThe Role of Legal Institutions for Development:A Literature Review on the “Legal Origin” Theory

3.    Sayaka Takano Imagining the universal through localities: Japanese international legal assistance programs in and beyond Asia

4.    Deepika M G, Kamana Tanya, and Guru VamshikrishnaAnalysing Crime beyond Legality: How do Socio Economic Indicators Influence the Rate of Crime in India?

5.    H.S Tisnanta and James Reinaldo RumpiaLimitations of Law and Language: A Study of Legal Metaphors

13.00-14.00 Lunch break
Panel 7. Gender and Legal Pluralism 2

Chair: Prof. Amalendu Jyotishi

1.     Rosnida SariThe Obstacles of Women in Participating in Politics

2.    Titiek Kartika and  Sulistyowati IriantoWhy Women Are Engaged in Movement Against State Mining Policies

3.    Lidwina Inge Nurtjahyo “Recovering the Social Harmony in Society versus Protecting Women’s Rights: an analysis of customary court practices in Atambua and Ro’e (West Manggarai) from the gender justice perspective

4.    Khaerul Umam NoerState Ibuism redefined: questioning al qiwamah in family law and the rise of conservatism in Indonesia post-Soeharto era

15.30-16.30 Discussion for further activity
16.30-17.00 Closing & Group picture taking