Development is an effort to improve social welfare. Since the end of the Second World War, the development effort of developing countries have been funded by the nations of the First World. Developments Programs encompass infrastructural development, and the development of public services and facilities, education, health, and industry. In the early years, economic development was viewed simply in terms of the need to fulfil the preconditions of industrialisation, which are the educated work force, infrastructure, and capital.
However, current conditions indicate that a number of other factors must be taken into account in order for development funds to be allocated effectively today and for the past 30 years, 1,1 billion people world wide still live on less than per day. This would suggest that even if developing countries are prospering, only a small percentage of their populations is enjoying the benefits of development.
This study has been conducted with the explicit aim to provoke the government to prepare a tool of human rights impact assessment for development project. This study argue the need of the human rights impact assessment to reduce human rights violation in implementation of development project in Indonesia.
List of Content:
Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: Basic Concept on Human Rights
Chapter III: The Case of Nucleus Estates
Chapter IV: The Case of Labour
Chapter V: The Problem of Human Rights In The Case of Small Holders Core-Plantation and Labour
Chapter VI: The Parameters of Human Rights