Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Advanced Research in Social Sciences
Management Of Potential Agrarian Conflict in The Capital City of The Nusantara Republic of Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Dian Damayanti, Prof. Dr. Esti Royani
The nation’s capital city is a vulnerable area for conflicts over land and natural resources that result in various impacts, including economic and social impacts. With the increasing need for land both for individuals/communities, companies to the government, the potential for land grabbing disputes will also increase. The potential for agrarian conflicts is a manifestation of the struggle for land rights between communities and various interest groups.
This paper attempts to describe how the potential for conflict in the location of the prospective national capital city, including the efforts made by the local government components and stakeholders of the province of East Kalimantan in managing agrarian conflicts. In this study, researchers will analyze the potential for agrarian conflicts in the location of the prospective national capital city using the conflict mapping method. This research uses qualitative methods through library research and observation activities in February 2020.
In this study it was found that the potential for agrarian conflicts in the prospective state capital was mainly caused by problems in collecting data on indigenous peoples’ lands, coordination between institutions on forest and non-forest lands, the potential for increasing land mafias, and community concerns about the effects of development. Researchers found that to manage this potential, an integrated data collection on land administration and synchronization of land regulations is needed, the formulation of which involves the community, community organizations, academics, traditional institutions and business owners.
keywords: potential agrarian conflict, the nation’s capital, economic and social impacts, conflict mapping