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The Transitional Justice Peace Agreements Database.  
 
Database - Record for : Third Meeting of the Joint Forum, Switzerland, 23-24 September 2000
Record 110

Country :

Indonesia/Aceh

Agreement Title/Name:
Third Meeting of the Joint Forum, Switzerland, 23-24 September 2000
Year :
2000
Date Signed :

24 September 2000

Summary :

Parties commit to extend humanitarian pause and to conduct negotiations during this new phase.


Parties :
Joint Forum (Indonesian Govt, Free Aceh Movement)
Third Parties :
Statehood/Identity :
Not Applicable
Governance/Democratic Inst :
Not Applicable
Women :
Not Applicable
Amnesty :
Not Applicable
Past Mechanism :
Not Applicable
Prisoner Release :
Not Applicable
Victims :
Not Applicable
Criminal Justice Reform :
Not Applicable
National Human Rights Inst :
Not Applicable
Human Rights Framework :
Not Applicable
Judicial Reform :
Not Applicable
Policing :
B. Directives made in relation to the Joint Committee on Security Modalities 1. The Joint Forum recognises that the issue of normal police function is central to the success of the Humanitarian Pause. In the spirit and context of the Joint Understanding it is recognised that these functions should continue to be carried out by the Republic of Indonesia Police.
Refugees/Land :
D. Extension of the Humanitarian Pause 1. The parties to the Joint Forum reaffirm their commitment not to use IDPs for political gain and for that purpose they resolve to the early and safe return of the IDPs to their homes, and to prevent any new exodus of IDPs.
Civil Society :
Not Applicable
Dev& Socio-Economic Rights :
Not Applicable
Enforcement Mechanism :
International Community :
Facilitator: Henry Dunant Centre; 4. The Joint Forum urges international donors to provide humanitarian assistance through the United Nations Development Programme Trust Fund and other recognised mechanisms.
UN Involvement :
2.A. 4. The Joint Forum urges international donors to provide humanitarian assistance through the United Nations Development Programme Trust Fund and other recognised mechanisms.
Source :
Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue


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