Daftar Beberapa Publikasi Terakhir Yang Tersedia Online

Untuk teman teman yang tertarik mendalami persoalan air, berikut saya sertakan daftar artikel op-ed, conference paper dan peer reviewed journal terkini yang dapat diakses secara cuma cuma lewat internet.


  1. Ultimate Risks of Water Privatizations, The Jakarta Post, May 17th, 2007
  2. Access to water is a fundamental human rights, The Jakarta Post, July 10th2007 
  3. Coastal Management Law Review, The Jakarta Post, April 15th , 2008
  4. Water Services Transparency, The Jakarta Post, March 20, 2009
  5. The Need for Clarification on HP-3 Rights, The Jakarta Post, May 14th, 2009
  6. Bringing Patients to Court May Not be Efficient, The Jakarta Post, June 15, 2009
  7. Can Public Service Law be Applied to Private Sector?, The Jakarta Post, July 14, 2009
  8. Indonesia Needs a Strong Water Services Law, The Jakarta Post, August 31, 2009
  9. The Trap of Legal Formalities and Legal Rethoric, The Jakarta Post, November 24, 2009
  10. RI’s Water Services Suffering from a lack of Governance, The Jakarta Post, March 30, 2010
  11. Constitutional Court Election Scandal: Forgery or a Serious Crime? The Jakarta Post, 11 October, 2011
  12. When It Comes to Water Services, Jakarta Is Living in the Distant Past, The Jakarta Globe, October 16, 2011
Workshops/Conference Papers
  1. Safeguarding Water Contracts in Indonesia, Workshop on the “Legal Aspects of Water Sector Reform”, organised by the International Environmental Law Research Center (IELRC), Geneva, 20-21st of April 2007. Proceedings available at http://www.ielrc.org/activities/workshop_0704/index.htmWorld Water Week Seminar: ‘Human Rights Based Approach to Improving Water Quality; organized by BothEnds, UNESCO Etxea, UNDP, Swedish Water House, delivering a presentation with the topic “The Potential Role of the Human Right to Water in the Management of Indonesia’s Water Resources” Stockholm, September 09, 2010, paper available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1723205
  2. Anti privatization debate, opaque rules and neglected ‘privatised’ water services provision: some lessons from Indonesia, STEPS II Conference Liquid Dynamics Background Paper, IDS, Sussex, March 22-23, Sussex, UK. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1885726
Peer Reviewed Journals
  1. Kampanye Melawan Terorisme telah Merusak Tatanan Hukum. (Campaign Against Terrorism has Disrupted the Legal Order) Published in Jurnal Teropong MAPPI (Masyarakat Pemantau Peradilan Indonesia, November, 2002). Available on http://www.pemantauperadilan.com
  2. Constitutional Court’s Review and the Future of Water Law in Indonesia, 2/1 Law, Environment and Development Journal, 2006, published jointly by the School of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London and the International environmental Law Research Center (IELRC) 2006. The paper is available at http://www.lead-journal.org/content/06001.pdf
  3. Safeguarding Water Contracts in Indonesia (peer reviewed, developed from a workshop paper) 3/2 Law, Environment and Development Journal (2007), p. 148, available at http://www.lead-journal.org/content/07148.pdf
  4. Religious Freedom in Indonesia Before and after Constitutional Amendments(April 10, 2010). CRITICAL THINKERS FOR ISLAMIC REFORM, Brainbow Press, 2009. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1587256
  5. The transparency agenda in water utilities regulation and the role of freedom of information: England and Jakarta case studies, The Journal of Water Law, Special Issue, Vol.20 Issues 2/3, 2010
  1. Feasibility Study of Right to Water and Sanitation Pilot Project in Indonesia, Both Ends, August 2009 (Submitted to the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  2. Transparansi Lembaga Lembaga Regulator Penyediaan Air Minum di DKI Jakarta (Transparency in DKI Jakarta’s Drinking Water Utilities Regulatory Bodies), ECOTAS and Tifa Foundation, August, 2011)
  3. Contribution to GWP IWRM Toolbox C6.03: Water Services,. Global Water Partnership, 2011