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4 Indon. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 561 (2017)
Development in Law and Practice: Two Autonomous Domains

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                Two AUTONOMOus DOMAINS?

                         Irene I. Hadiprayitno

                            Leiden University
                        E-mail: irehadi@gmail.com

This article aims to bring into discussion the potential, and yet overlooked the
normative contribution of the internationally declared right to development to
address development hazards in domestic realities. Of particular interest is
the examination of the distinctive principles of resource control, participation
and distribution of benefits and their use as tools to combat negative impacts of
a development project. For this purpose, the concept of development hazards
is defined and explored in order to establish an analytical framework for the
implementation  of the right to development in national development process.
Using insights from the case of agricultural modernization in Merauke, Pap-
ua, realizing the right to development in practice would mean to understand
the dilemmas concerning development process, as much as issues of power and
agency that enable as essential in efforts to protect human dignity in develop-
ment processes.

Keywords: Law and development, Indonesia, agricultural law, law and anthropology,
human  dignity, human rights law.

The Indonesian Journal of International & Comparative Law
ISSN: 2338-7602; E-ISSN: 2338-770X
@ 2017 The Institute for Migrant Rights Press

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