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Reconstruction of Legislative Regulations on Indigenous Peoples Food Security in Indonesia

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 10)

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Page : 578-585

Keywords : Law and legislations; Green Revolutions; indigenous people; local wisdom; Food security;

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This research is to explain, express, and prove the regulations of indigenous peoples food security legislation and the context of indigenous peoples' local wisdom towards food security. Second, explain some of the legal obstacles and conflicts faced by indigenous peoples in the direction of food sovereignty. Research locations in the community are Sedulur Sikep Sukolilo Pati in Central Java, the Kampung Naga Community, Tasik Malaya in West Java, the Baduy Community in Banten Propisi and the Ogan Komering Ulu Community, in South Sumatra. Field Research primary data through observation, questionnaires and interviews. Secondary data is collected by way of library research. It reveals taht land ownership of Indigenous Peoples with agricultural land is very closely related. The pattern of land management in indigenous peoples is largely concerned with the impact of environmental sustainability Government intervention through the Green Revolution program

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