Muhammad Rizaldi as usually known as Aldi, Rizaldi, or Cimot. Rizaldi has been graduated from Bachelor of Law program, University of Indonesia and a graduate of the Master of Law program, University of Melbourne. Previously in 2015, Rizaldi had also been a teaching team in an anti-corruption clinic class at the UI Faculty of Law.

Currently Rizaldi works as a Research Associate at IJRS. Rizaldi assisted IJRS in running the Access to Justice Index, Legal Needs Survey, Pro Bono, and Women’s issues. In addition, Aldi is also involved in several advocacy, such as in the selection of Ad Hoc Judges for Corruption cases, the selection of Candidates for Supreme Court Justices, and the preparation of the Prosecutor’s Office guidelines on access to justice for women and children.

In 2013, Rizaldi was selected as Indonesia’s representative in the “High Level Judicial Integrity Group Meeting: Judicial Integrity” organized by UNODC-UNDP in Bangkok. Outside of research, Rizaldi is also active as a facilitator in several forums, particularly related to court monitoring. He is even currently obtaining a certificate as a mediator after completing his mediation training.

Education

  • Bachelor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (2013)
  • Master of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne (2019)

Program

  • Information System Development and Utilization of Court Decisions (2013)
  • Court Information Disclosure Implementation Survey / Court Information Disclosure Implementation Survey (2013 & 2014)
  • Monitoring the Performance of Prosecutors during the Trial / Monitoring the Performance of the Prosecutor during the Trial (2014)
  • Assessment of Consistency of Decisions on Sexual Violence Against Women and Persons with Disabilities / Assessor of Consistency of Decisions on Cases of Sexual Violence against Women and Persons with Disabilities (2015)
  • Development of E-Learning Module for Information Officers in Religious Courts / E-Learning Development Module for Information Officers in Religious Courts (2015)
  • Development of Judge Performance Management System to Improve Court Mediation Success (2015)
  • Monitoring of Corruption Courts (2015-2016)
  • Survey “Sense of Justice” Law Enforcement Cases of Sexual Violence in Indonesia (2016)
  • Digital Judicial Monitoring Application Development – PANTU (2017)
  • Evaluation of the Anti-Corruption Clinic learning module for Higher Education (2017)
  • Survey on Access to Justice in Indonesia (2019)
  • Survey of Legal Aid Needs in South Sulawesi and Lampung (2019)
  • Preparation of Prosecutor’s Guide No. 1 of 2021 concerning Access to Justice for Women and Children in Criminal Cases
  • E-Learning of Supreme Court, Perma 3/2017 and Perma 5/2019 (2020)

Publication

Books

  • Co-Author, Investigation Guide to the Public Officials for the Society (2013)
  • CSO Report, Implementation of UNCAC in Indonesia/Implementation of UNCAC in Indonesia, 2013
  • CSO Report, Implementation of National Strategy for Corruption Prevention/Implementation of National Strategy for Corruption Prevention, 2013
  • CSO Report Book for Monitoring & Evaluation/CSO Handbook for Monitoring & Evaluation “5. National Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Corruption”, 2013
  • Recommendations for the Reform of the Civil Procedure Code (2019)
  • Access to Justice Survey Report in Indonesia (2020)
  • Legal Aid Needs Survey Report in Indonesia (2020)
  • Pocket Book of Access to Justice for Women and Children in Criminal Cases (2021)