• The struggle for land rights: Indonesian (urban) Agrarian Reform and (against) the Global Land Forum in Bandung

    Author(s):
    Frans Prasetyo (see profile)
    Date:
    2019
    Group(s):
    Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Festivals, Rituals, Public Spectacles, and Popular Culture, Imperialism & Exploration, Visual Anthropology
    Subject(s):
    Global studies, Social movements, Urbanism
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Land Reforms, land grabs, Bandung
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/vhj6-pw86
    Abstract:
    INDONESIA PROMISED AN AMBITIOUS PROGRAM of agrarian reform. Based on that ambition, Jokowi’s government released a presidential regulation on agrarian reform. This was done, together with the 2018 Global Land Forum meeting, in Bandung, several months before the presidential election. This month, the Indonesian presidential election has been a contest, with the incumbent Jokowi winning a second term from 2019–2024. In the second period (2019–2024), we will see how Jokowi’s government will realize agrarian reform ambitions. The present’s changing context involves a discourse relating to the ways the agrarian movement emerged and the ways its character evolved politically and spatially through a cross class, multi sector and broader geographically agrarian movement, and also through an alliance for social justice struggle
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