Implementation of Indigenous People Values in Environmentally Sustainable Development

Maskawati ., Sitti Harlina Hamid


Article 28H paragraph (1) of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia states that: "Every person shall have the rights to live in physical and spiritual prosperity, to have a home and to enjoy a good and healthy environment, and shall have the right to obtain medical care". It provides the responsibility of the state to guarantee legal protection for every citizen, including the alliance of customary law communities to obtain a healthy environment. The recognition or acceptance or justification of the indigenous peoples in the new constitutional structure officially is regulated in Article 18 of the 1945 Constitution, as confirmed in the explanatory of the article – “in part, acknowledgment or acceptance or justification for the existence of the indigenous peoples in a number of laws and regulations” -. The multi-party collaboration method in handling the environment, especially forest governance is considered as a proportional model because of the organizing model between groups to achieve common goals that are relevant at ideal.

Keywords: Values of the Indigenous Community; Environment; Sustainable Development

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