Todung Mulya Lubis
Todung Mulya Lubis is an Indonesian lawyer, human rights activist, the founder of the Lubis Santosa & Maramis law firm, honorary professor at the Melbourne Law School and, from 2018, Ambassador of Indonesia to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Iceland. He has held the position of deputy chair of the Human Rights Investigation Commission for East Timor, and member of the Asian Human Rights Commission in Hong Kong. He has also served as chair of the Indonesian Crisis Group (ICG) International Foundation; and chairperson of the Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) Ethical Council. From 1980–1983, he was director of Indonesia’s famous dissident NGO, the Legal Aid Foundation, where he worked for many years. His influential 1983 book In Search of Human Rights: Legal–Political Dilemmas of Indonesia's New Order 1966–1990 played an important role in defining democratic thinking about human rights in Indonesia.