Indonesia: Rights now: 9-point human rights agenda for Indonesia's election candidates
The Nine-Point Human Rights Agenda highlights key concerns in a number of human rights questions, including the protection for rights to freedom of expression, thought, conscience, religion and belief, accountability for past human rights violations and abuses by security forces, women and girls’ rights, human rights situation in Papua, accountability for human rights abuses by companies in palm oil sector, death penalty abolition, and the protection of LGBTI individuals’ rights. Amnesty International calls upon all presidential and parliamentarian candidates to address Indonesia’s human rights situation explicitly in their campaign meetings and forums and through the media.
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