Influence of Judge’s Culture Towards Access on Gender Equity In Indonesia Judicial Environment

Dewi Astutty Mochtar, Kadek Wiwik Indrayanti dan Ali Imron


The aim of this paper is tryng to idetifify and analysing the gender equity in judicial institution  and the obstacles that  judges faced.  The type of empirical legal research is used in this study because it tries to describe and analyze policies, gender mainstreaming programs, and gender indicators in the judicial environment,  The results show that  regulation on gender mainstreaming and gender equality policies and programs and legal culture in both the central and regional courts are not widely known by judges. There are several obstacles faced by judges on duty who come not from the institution, but rather to stay separated from the family, and the issue of customary obligations specifically for judges from Bali who adhere to the patrilineal kinship system. Whereas the development of legal culture theory related to the concept of gender equitty requires an increase in knowledge and understanding of the concept of gender, psychological aspects, human rights, and culture, as well as methods that can be used among judges especially women judges , hence obstacles that come from themselves can be reduced.

Key word:  Gender equity, Judicial enviroment and obstacles

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