During HRC general discussions, panel debates and interactive dialogues with the Special Procedures, during the past three years, either as an HRC member or not, the State has joined:
Overall, as a HRC member, has participated in more than 10% of panel discussions, general debates and interactive dialogues.
Longest visit request not (yet) accepted by the State >
SR on freedom of religion, 1999
Indonesia presented a note verbale in support of its candidature for membership for the period 2020-2022 on 15 July 2019. In the note, Indonesia pledges to, inter alia, at the international level: advance international cooperation to ensure that the UN human rights pillar contributes to peace and stability, as well as development; continue to engage with the human rights mechanisms to further promote and protect human rights, and play a more active role in promoting dialogue and interfaith cooperation; ensure that all human rights (civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights, as well as the right to development) are given equal emphasis in the work of the Council and OHCHR; support the efforts of the OIC to promote and protect human rights across its member States.
An analysis of the steps taken by Indonesia to fulfil its pledges shows that it engaged with the Council as a member of the Working Group on Situations (2020, 2022). It further participated through individual statements in 40% of all Council dialogues, debates, and panels. Indonesia has responded to over 90% of all recommendations received from Special Procedures, but it does not maintain a Standing Invitation and has only facilitated 39% of the visit requests it has received. Indonesia has ratified 7 treaties but no individual complaints procedures. It was two overdue periodic reports (CAT and CERD) and tends to submit late its reports.