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IMMC: ECONOMIC WELFARE, WORKERS REQUISITION

Result from research conducted by Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) found out that the main demands from workers in their aspiration are related to wages. Coverage about wages, according to IMMC’s founding, has reach 40,9% from total 444 news. After wage issues, another issues that are often aspirated by the workers are rejection for fuel price (total of 21,8%). In the third place are about labor’s welfare (16,6%) and at the fourth place are about outsourcing (5,1%). This finding, according…

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IMMC: PROTEST, THE MOST “FAVORITE” WAY FOR WORKERS TO SPEAK UP

Result from research conducted by Indonesia Media Monitoring Centre (IMMC) has concluded that the most dominant news related to labors is about their Act of Protesting. The result has reached 58.1% from grand total 897 news (divided into 1413 issues) about labor that emerged in the last year alone (from 26 th April 2011 until 26th April 2012). Research was conducted in three national online mass media, which could by methodologically representative, could give us illustration about labor’s movement. After coverage…

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IMMC : MALAYSIA AND AUSTRALIA, GATEWAY FOR DRUGS TO INDONESIA

Combating drug crimes in Indonesia is done by a variety of strategies. Indonesia Media Monitoring Center (IMMC), in their research is trying to map the pattern of drug eradication that had been done by the police, the government and Badan Narkotika Nasional (BNN). IMMC compiles all the news related to the drug eradication acts that are carried out by these three institutions in the past year. The results showed that 49% of eradication measures are carried out by revealing the…

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IMMC : DRUG PREVENTION REGULATIONS ARE VERY WEAK

Combating drug crimes in Indonesia can only be done by synergizing three strategies at once, namely: action, eradication and prevention. If the government only focus on one aspect and ignore the others, it’ll be very hard to hope that all drug crime will be completely eradicated to the roots. Thus are the results of research conducted by Indonesia Media Monitoring Center (IMMC) that was delivered via press release. To that end, according to Muhammad Farid, Director of Research IMMC, it…

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IMMC : SEA AND AIR, THE MAIN LINE OF DRUG SMUGGLING

According to media research conducted by Indonesia Media Monitoring Center (IMMC), the type of drug crime that is rampantly done in Indonesia is trafficking or smuggling. From a total of 1220 coverage of various drug-related crimes, 51% of them are using trafficking or smuggling modus. Meanwhile, the coverage about drug use is at 46%. Only 2% of the coverage is about the production of these illicit goods. Thus remarked by IMMC in the release. According to Muhammad Farid, Research Director…

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IMMC : UNBALANCED CONDITION BETWEEN ACTION, DRUG ERADICATION AND PREVENTION

Drug problem is a very complex matter. Therefore, all effort should be integral to overcome them. There’re three steps that must be done integrally to solve drug problems, namely action, prevention and eradication. These three steps should ideally be run by institutions simultaneously. Whether it’s the police, judiciary and the government itself are also supported by the strength of civil society, such as Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat, educational institutions, community leaders and theologian. The research from Indonesia Media Monitoring Center (IMMC),…

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