E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023

Regulation Regarding Marginals Based on Indonesian National Law and International Human Rights Law

Author(s): Riza Amalia, Ria Wierma Putri, Kasmawati, Agus Triyono


Organizing the margins is an important part of efforts to create a more inclusive and just society. Government policy, social intervention, community participation, economic empowerment, and education all have a key role in ensuring that marginalized people have equal opportunities to develop their potential and contribute to sustainable social and economic development. The problem of the marginalized is not only a problem for developing countries such as Indonesia. Still, it has become a problem for all countries, including developed countries such as the United States and Russia. In this study, the author will examine how national law, especially in Indonesia and International Human Rights Law, regulates the marginalized people, considering that the marginalized are vulnerable people who need help and attention from the government, the domestic community, and even the international community. The results obtained from this study show that both Indonesia and the international community have reasonable regulations regarding the marginalized. Although the above rules provide many protections, in this case, the protection of these rights is classified as a positive right that is unfair so that in case of a violation, it cannot be carried out in court. So that in its implementation, there are still many human rights violations experienced by these migrants. An example we can easily find is the right to education; this is still not enjoyed by the marginalized, especially children, because education is a luxury, and they prefer to work to fulfill their needs.

Keywords: International Human Rights Law, Indonesian National Law, Marginals

Pages: 1343-1349

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