Character Building

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CB : PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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ANGGOTA : 1. DIANIE DAYANTIE (1701357185)/K 2. CLARA CYNTIA Y. (1701358895) 3. FERRY APRIANSYAH (1701314154) 4. MARIA SABATINI L.S (1701330800) 5. M. SJAUKI PUTRA N. (1701357014)

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KEBOBROKAN FREEPORT – PENCEMARAN LINGKUNGAN & PELANGGARAN HAM PERUSAHAAN EMAS TERBESAR DI INDONESIA

PT Freeport Indonesia, perusahaan yang pernah terdaftar sebagai salah satu perusahaan multinasional terburuk tahun 1996, adalah potret nyata sektor pertambangan Indonesia. Keuntungan ekonomi yang dibayangkan tidak seperti yang dijanjikan, sebaliknya kondisi lingkungan dan masyarakat di sekitar lokasi pertambangan terus memburuk dan menuai protes akibat berbagai pelanggaran hukum dan HAM, dampak lingkungan serta pemiskinan rakyat sekitar tambang. WALHI sempat berupaya membuat laporan untuk mendapatkan gambaran terkini mengenai dampak operasi dan kerusakan lingkungan di sekitar lokasi pertambangan PT Freeport Indonesia. Hingga saat ini sulit sekali bagi masyarakat untuk mendapatkan informasi yang jelas dan menyeluruh mengenai dampak kegiatan pertambangan skala besar di Indonesia. Ketidak jelasan informasi tersebut akhirnya berbuah kepada konflik, yang sering berujung pada kekerasan, pelanggaran HAM dan korbannya kebanyakan adalah masyarakat sekitar tambang. Negara gagal memberikan perlindungan dan menjamin hak atas lingkungan yang baik bagi masyarakat, namun dilain pihak memberikan dukungan penuh kepada PT Freeport Indonesia, yang dibuktikan dengan pengerahan personil militer dan pembiaran kerusakan lingkungan. Dampak lingkungan operasi pertambangan skala besar secara kasat mata pun sering membuat awam tercengang dan bertanya-tanya, apakah hukum berlaku bagi pencemar yang diklaim menyumbang pendapatan Negara? Matinya Sungai Aijkwa, Aghawagon dan Otomona, tumpukan batuan limbah tambang dan…...

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