The Indonesian Center for Law and Policy Studies (Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan Indonesia/PSHK) was established on 1 July 1998. Established by several scholars, advocates, and law students, PSHK intends to help drive several efforts of legal reform in Indonesia after the 1998 reformation.
Throughout it's history, PSHK has conducted various research and advocacy activities that have contributed significantly towards the improvement of law in Indonesia. With an average of 10 research activities each year, PSHK has established a good reputation in research along with several ministries, parliamentary institutions, and judicial institutions in Indonesia. Currently there are two research activities being conducted at PSHK, in cooperation with the Supreme Court of Indonesia. PSHK also actively conducts several legal advocacy activities in cooperation with several non-governmental organizations, especially in the issues of legal enforcement, anticorruption, human rights, environmental sustainability, allignments towards marginalized communities. PSHK also routinely and continuously builds expertise and conducts legislative drafting training. Participants of PSHK’s trainings consist of members of parliament, ministries, non-governmental organizations, journalists, and several companies. Up until today, there are more than 1.000 alumni of PSHK’s trainings.
Fields of study: Public Policy, Social Policy, Law & Human Rights