Aliansi Jurnalis Independen


Debat Publik Perjanjian Kerja Bersama Versi AJI
November 19, 2007, 8:42 am
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Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (AJI) Indonesia mengadakan Debat Publik Perjanjian Kerja Bersama (PKB) Versi AJI di Jakarta Media Centre (JMC) pada 19 November 2007. Pembukaan dilakukan oleh Sekjen AJI Indonesia, Abdul Manan. Abdul Manan menyampaikan bahwa PKB ini disusun oleh teman2 AJI bersama Serikat Pekerja (SP) di Jakarta dan sudah cukup lama. ”Draft ini kami harapkan dapat kritisi lebih lanjut. Karena kami menyadari draft ini mungkin masih banyk mengandung celah.” Continue reading
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Kunjungan Media (Metro TV dan Media Indonesia)
November 14, 2007, 9:44 am
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Metro TV, 14 November 2007 dihadiri oleh tim redaksi Metro TV: Swasti Ain. Sedangkan AJI diwakili oleh Sekretaris Jenderal Abdul Manan, Mujib Rahman, Willy Pramudya, Eko Maryadi, dan Office Manager Dian Silalahi Continue reading



Sekilas Sejarah Berdirinya AJI Kediri
February 23, 2006, 2:35 pm
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BARANGKAT DARI DISKUSI PINGGIR JALAN

Berdirinya AJI (Aliansi Jurnalis Independen) Kediri tak lepas dari pergumulan sosial dan keprihatinan para jurnalis muda yang bertugas di wilayah Eks Karesidenan Kediri, Jawa Timur dalam memandang masa depan pers nasional ke depan. Setiap saat, usai menjelankan aktifitas jurnalistik, diskusi selalu menjadi muara untuk bertukar ide dan gagasan. Mulai dari emper kantor Pos dan Giro Kota Kediri yang terletak di tepi Sungai Brantas, hingga di trotoar Jalan Dhoho sembari makan nasi pecel dan minum wedang ronde, tak lepas dari kerumunan para jurnalis muda tiap petang hingga larut malam. Continue reading



Year-end notes on press freedom in 2001
December 26, 2001, 6:48 pm
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Country/Topic: Indonesia
Date: 02 January 2002
Source: Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (AJI)
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(AJI/IFEX) – The following is a 26 December 2001 AJI report:  Year-end notes on press freedom in 2001
* Press Freedom still in danger

The press situation throughout 2001 was dismal. Journalists can indeed now write about anything, largely without fear of being banned or shot. The publication license which had the potential of ending the life of any media outlet which was critical against the government no longer exists. We now have Press Law no. 40/1999, which prohibits censorship and press bans, and even threatens all parties who stand in the way of press freedom with a maximum of two years’ imprisonment and a fine of Rp 500 million. Still, this year was also marked by various problems which can threaten this fledging press freedom. Continue reading



Profil AJI Yogyakarta
June 15, 1998, 3:48 pm
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Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (AJI) lahir sebagai perlawanan komunitas pers Indonesia terhadap kesewenang-wenangan rezim orde baru. Dipicu oleh pembredelan Tabloid Detik, Majalah Tempo dan Editor 21 juni 1994, karena pemberitaan yang vokal dan kritis terhadap penguasa. Tindakan represif itulah yang memicu aksi solidaritas sekaligus perlawanan banyak kalangan di sejumlah kota. Continue reading



INDONESIA: Over twenty journalists beaten covering election campaign
June 3, 1997, 10:03 am
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Pacific Media Watch

Title — P09 INDONESIA: Media harassed during election
Date — 3 June 1997
Origin — IFEX
Source — Institute for the Studies on Free Flow of Information (ISAI), Jakarta
Status — Unabridged

INDONESIA: Over twenty journalists beaten covering election campaign

(ISAI/IFEX) – The only independent union of Indonesian journalists reported that more than 20 journalists were beaten, harassed and had their films seized while covering the Indonesian election campaign which ended with the 29 May elections (see details below). On 28 May, representatives of the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) reported to the Indonesian Commission on Human Rights that violence had once again caused difficulties for the media covering the elections. AJI Secretary General Satrio Arismunandar deplored the violence, saying that both military officers and pro-government militia were the ones who were mostly involved in the violence. “I believe we have to create a situation in which journalists can do their jobs freely…so that we can be good observers for the election,” said Arismunandar. Continue reading



Indonesian army pressures media in its efforts to unseat an opposition leader
June 7, 1996, 10:08 am
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    Country/Topic: Indonesia
Date: 07 June 1996
Source: Institut Studi Arus Informasi (ISAI)
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Urgency: Flash

Source: Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI), Jakarta

The Indonesian government has put pressure on the local media to report positively on government-backed efforts to unseat Megawati Sukarnoputri, the chairwoman of the opposition Indonesian Democratic Party (PDI). Media sources said that army officers on 2 June 1996 invited most of Indonesia’s chief editors to attend two “media briefings” during which Lt. Gen. Syarwan Hamid, Maj. Gen. Suwarno Adiwijoyo and Brig. Gen. Amir Syarifudin asked them “not to exaggerate” their coverage on Megawati — who is popularly known here by her first name. Continue reading