Indonesia Judicial Research Society (IJRS) is a non-governmental institution committed to offering solutions, conducting advocacy, and providing evidence-based education through reliable and accountable legal research to the public and stakeholders.

Our Focus

Legal Research

We conduct research, monitoring, and evaluation of legal and social phenomena and policies as a reference for evidence-based reform.

Legal Advocacy

We provide assistance and collaborative oversight with stakeholders from both government and civil society on strategic issues.

Legal Education

We enhance the capacity and legal empowerment of the community and other stakeholders.

From the very beginning, our commitment has been to instigate positive policy changes in Indonesia. Through unwavering support and collaboration with diverse stakeholders, we have been striving to make a positive impact on policy changes in Indonesia.

Publications Produced
Communities Reached
Reformed policy

To open up access to legal information and data as extensively as possible, IJRS continues its efforts to organize and share our generated legal information and data to be used as a reference for various groups in strengthening policies.

Pembaruan hukum acara pidana
Renewal of Criminal Procedure Law after the Enactment of the Criminal Code 2023
Teaching Material on Capacity Building for Advocates Regarding the Law on Sexual Violence Crimes
Assessment of the Implementation of Guidelines for Handling Narcotics Cases (Guidelines 112021 and Guidelines 182021) by the Prosecutor's Office in the Legal Area of ​​the DKI Jakarta High Prosecutor's Office
Assessment of Internal Rules of Law Enforcement Agencies on Restorative Justice Compared to Law Number 1 of 2023 on Criminal Law Code

Our Contributions for Policy Reform

Compelling piece on our team members

It's Hard to Believe Men Can Be Victims: The Phenomenon of Sexual Violence against Men and its Impact and Community Response
Revisiting Indonesia’s new Criminal Code: A missed opportunity to end legal uncertainty in drug policy
Modus ‘mark up’ laporan kegiatan mahasiswa: bibit dan peluang korupsi di lingkungan kampus
Sextortion: A form of online sexual violence that has many victims, but weak legal protections

Our latest updates

The impact of our work is growing as we engage in meaningful collaborations with partners.