Urgent Action: Pernyataan Keprihatinan Pemindahan Lokasi PrepComm

Osari, (2002) Urgent Action: Pernyataan Keprihatinan Pemindahan Lokasi PrepComm.

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Abstract

Kami mengimbau kepada teman-teman sekalian untuk berpartisipasi dalam menandatangani surat pernyataan Keprihatinan atas pemindahan lokasi diadakannya Preparatory Committee dari Jakarta ke Bali. Kirimkan dukungan anda melalui email ke: international@jakartapeoplesforum.org, atau pelangi@pelangi.or.id.Surat pernyataan ini sudah harus dikirim sebelum diadakannya sidang kabinet pada hari Kamis, 28 Februari 2002.Berikut adalah surat pernyataan tersebut:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mr. Nabil Makarim, State Minister of EnvironmentMr. Dorojatun Kuntjorojakti, State Minister of Economy, Finance and IndustryMr. N Hassan Wirajuda, State Minister of Foreign AffairsJakartaIndonesiaFebruary 28 2002Subject: Statement of Concern, Location of the Fourth SummitPreparatory CommitteeDear Sir/Madam:In the interests of advancing public participation in the World Summit for sustainable Development process we, the undersigned Indonesian and international non-government organisations, would like to reaffirm our support for the nominated venue of Jakarta for the Fourth Summit Preparatory Committee, or Prepcomm IV, to take place from 27 May - 07 June 2002.It has come to our attention that the location of Prepcomm IV might be moved to Bali. This suggestion raises a number of concerns for non-government organisations and civil society members that wish to observe and contribute to these important meetings and which have thus dedicated their resources to facilitating peaceful and constructive public participation in the dialogue leading up to the World Summit for Sustainable Development problems.Indonesian stakeholders in particular would be greatly put at a disadvantage by the decision to move the meetings away from Jakarta for a number of reasons:A venue in Bali would be less equipped in matters of facilities such as large meeting places to accommodate large crowds, lacking accommodations to cater to so many international participants, which will lead to further inconvenience to the host country such as security problems, not to mention the increase in budgeting to facilitate the possible relocation.Facilities in Bali is relatively much more expensive than Jakarta, limiting access for the general public to participate in the whole process of PrepComm IV.Should the meeting be moved to Bali the meeting facilities/ accomodation for civil society will be far away from the official events/PrepComm IV venue.Language barrier will be a major constrain for most national participants; in Jakarta this can be easily solved with simultaneous interpreting equipments available; whereas anywhere else such as in Bali, they won?t be available at such a large number that will be needed.Non-government groups the world over are hopeful that the Prepcomm IV will be conducted in as transparent and participatory way as is practicable and would be disappointed to see the involvement of Indonesian NGOs limited by a decision to move the meetings away from their nominated location. Furthermore, it is difficult to envisage a location outside Jakarta that could affordably accommodate the numbers of people expected to participate in the meetings.In our view, any unintended imposition of exclusivity of attendance would constitute an unfortunate mar on proceedings and we urge the Government of Indonesia, in its capacity as host of the Prepcomm IV, to uphold the agreed, most accessible location.The following individuals and organizations endorse this letter:Indonesian Peoples ForumWith the following member organizations:Aliansi Masyarakat Adat Nusantara (AMAN) - The Indonesian Indigenous People AllianceBioforum - An NGO Forum for Biodiversity Convention Implementation watchForest Watch Indonesia (FWI)Federasi Serikat Petani Indonesia (FSPI) - The Indonesian Farmers FederationIndonesian Climate Change Action Network (ICAN)International Marine life Alliance - Indonesia (IMA)International NGOs forum for Indonesia and Development (INFID)Jaring PELA - Coastal and Marine NetworkJaringan Advokasi Tambang (JATAM) - Mining Advocacy NetworkKeanekaragaman Hayati (KEHATI) - The Indonesian Biodiversity ForumKlub Indonesia Hijau (KIH) - The Indonesian Green ClubKonsorsium Pendukung Sistem Hutan Kerakyatan (KPSHK) - Consortium of Community-Based Forest ManagementKomite Pembaruan Agraria (KPA) - Agrarian Reform CommitteLembaga Studi dan Advokasi Masyarakat (ELSAM) - Institute of Community Study and AdvocacyPesticide Action Network - Indonesia (PAN)Rimbawan Muda Indonesia (RMI) - The Indonesian Institute for Environment and Forest ManagementSawit Watch - Oil Palm WatchSolidaritas Perempuan (PSP) - Women SolidaritySerikat Buruh Seluruh Indonesia (SBSI) - the Indonesian Labor UnionsTelapak IndonesiaThe Nature Conservancy (TNC)Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (WALHI) - the Indonesian Environment ForumYayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan (YBUL)Yayasan Kesejahteraan Anak Indonesia (YKAI) -The Indonesian Children Welfare FoundationYayasan Lembaga Hukum Indonesia (YLBHI) - the Indonesian Legal Aid FoundationYayasan Lembaga Konsuman Indonesia (YLKI) - the Indonesian Consumers FoundationYayasan PelangiYayasan WWF IndonesiaNADIUPC (Urban Poor Consortium)

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Collections > Koleksi Perpustakaan Di Indonesia > Perpustakaan Di Indonesia > JKPKJPLH > Perpustakaan PELANGI Indonesia > PressRealease
Divisions: Universitas Komputer Indonesia > Perpustakaan UNIKOM
Depositing User: M.Kom Taryana Suryana
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2016 07:38
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2016 07:38
URI: https://repository.unikom.ac.id/id/eprint/3675

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