Dedi Supriadi Adhuri

Dedi Supriadi Adhuri
Indonesian Institute of Sciences | LIPI · Division of Community Development

Ph.D (Anthropology, ANU)

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Introduction
Dedi Supriadi ADHURI has over 20 years of experience in research on social conflict, ethnicity, marine resource management/governance (community-based and co-management), fisheries conflict, post disaster coastal/fisheries rehabilitation/development and community development. In the last decade he also involves in studies on coastal communities and climate change and heritage management.
Additional affiliations
June 2006 - June 2008
WorldFish
Position
  • PostDoc Position
January 2003 - December 2005
University of Indonesia and University of Diponegoro, Semarang, Central Jawa
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • I taught Maritime Anthropology focusing on Indonesia.
January 1991 - present
Indonesian Institute of Sciences
Position
  • Researcher
Education
July 1995 - February 2003
Australian National University
Field of study
  • Anthropology

Publications

Publications (86)
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced coastal communities around the world to re-evaluate their approaches to marine conservation and marine protected area (MPA) management. Initial studies have called for the need for improved social-ecological resilience of MPAs to improve the adaptive capacity of communities and ecosystems to respond to future crises...
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Across Southeast Asia, coastal livelihoods are becoming more diverse and more commodified, as maritime zone developments intensify. We review literature from the ten maritime states in Southeast Asia to assess how older and emerging forms of maritime zone developments influence the viability of small-scale fishing livelihoods. Applying a political...
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In a marine environment that is rapidly changing due to anthropogenic activities and climate change, area-based management tools are often used to mitigate threats and conserve biodiversity. Marine protected areas (MPAs) are amongst the most widespread and recognized marine conservation tools worldwide, however, MPAs alone are inadequate to address...
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Surat Pencataan Ciptaan (HAKI) GRAND DESIGN PENGUATAN TATA KELOLA SDA UNTUK MENDUKUNG PENCAPAIAN TARGET PEMBANGUNAN BERKELANJUTAN (SDGs): Peningkatan Peran Komunitas Dalam Kolaborasi Pengelolaan Ekosistem
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GRAND RESEARCH DESIGN PRN SDA LIPI 2020-2024 Penguatan Tata Kelola SDA untuk Mendukung Pencapaian Target Pembangunan Berkelanjuta (SDGs): Peningkatan Peran Komunitas dalam Kolaborasi Pengelolaan Ekosistem
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A R T I C L E I N F O Keywords: Colonialism Historical institutionalism Marine spatial planning Reformasi Sustainability A B S T R A C T Creating more sustainable forms of marine governance is a matter of path creation, and as such is constrained by the historical evolution of institutions. Yet knowledge of the path dependence of contemporary marin...
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Small-scale fisheries (SSF) provide crucial contributions to livelihoods, food and nutrition security, and the well-being of coastal communities worldwide. In Indonesia, 2.5 million households are involved in SSF production, yet these households are characterised by high poverty rates and vulnerability due to declining ecosystem health and climatic...
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Background There is growing recognition of the need for fish to be better integrated into nutrition-sensitive strategies for addressing malnutrition. Fish are overwhelmingly produced by the small-scale sector, which supports food and nutrition security directly through the provision of fish and indirectly through the generation of income which can...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a wide impact on the lives of the Balinese people. The purpose of this study is to find sources of food security related to the status of Benoa Bay as a Maritime Conservation Area (MCA) during the COVID-19 pandemic, thus providing alternative livelihoods for local communities. The research is based on published seconda...
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This is an introductory chapter for an edited book that explains the theoretical framework and summary of chapters in the book
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Through a historical lens, this paper illustrates the differing economic, legal, institutional, social and cultural relationships people of varying cultures have with the ocean. Focusing on the institutions that affect access and rights, this paper addresses concerns about the appropriation of marine resources and displacement of indigenous vision...
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Fisheries management rights (FMRs), such as territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs), are a promising approach for fisheries management that, if implemented on larger geographic scales, may be able to reduce the risk of fisheries decline, particularly for small-scale fisheries (SSF). SSF are significant throughout Asia, Africa and South America...
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Concern over illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing has led to a number of policy, trade and surveillance measures. While much attention has been given to the impact of IUU regulation on industrial fleets, recognition of the distinct impacts on small‐scale fisheries is conspicuously lacking from the policy and research debate. In this pa...
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Small-scale coastal fisheries contribute directly and indirectly to the food and nutrition security of marine-dependent households. Fishers can apportion part of their catch for household consumption or use the income earned to purchase staples and other desired foods. Fish are an important animal-source food rich in micronutrients essential for co...
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Fisheries conflicts often occur among coastal fishers throughout the world, especially when the condition of coastal ecosystems decreases. This paper presents a method for analysing conflicts over the utilisation of coastal resources and a route to solutions involving multiple stakeholders in achieving sustainable fisheries management. This method...
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This paper is the result of a literature study on environmental justice, adat movements, and adat perspectives of Tri Hita Karana related to the Benoa Bay reclamation project, and in-depth interview with the coordinator of ForBALI I Wayan "Gendo" Suardana. The discussion begins on environmental justice is a central issue in Indonesia. Then the disc...
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In recent decades, there have been considerable efforts to enhance, diversify, or implement alternative livelihood activities in marginalized coastal communities, to ease reliance on deteriorating coastal resources, reduce poverty and improve well-being outcomes. To date, gender has been notably absent from the literature on small-scale fisheries a...
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This article introduces the maritime culture of the people living in the Sulawesi Islands. These include the traditional knowledge and fisheries management practices of the people in Sangihe, North Sulawesi, Selayar and Buton Islands in South Sulawesi. This discussion is framed in the context of coral triangle initiative (CTI) which main concerns a...
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Marine protected areas (MPAs) are increasingly used to support both biodiversity conservation and fisheries management. However, MPA performance is likely to be compromised if people who depend on fishing are excluded from MPA design decision making. Participatory MPA design helps to address this problem by engaging local stakeholders in all critic...
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Island nations and islands in Oceania and the Asia Pacific rely heavily on coastal and marine ecosystem services. Systems such as coral reefs, seagrass and mangroves are intrinsically important, vital to many people’s livelihoods, and in many cases intertwined with cultural systems. Some, such as the reefs of the Coral Triangle, are seriously threa...
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Pengelolaan perikanan dengan pendekatan ekosistem (Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management - EAFM) merupakan pilihan yang tepat dalam mencapai tujuan pengelolaan perikanan skala kecil yang berkelanjutan. Penelitian ini penting untuk menilai status pengelolaan perikanan skala kecil dan menyusun strategi perbaikan pengelolaan menuju pada pengelola...
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Analisis Konflik merupakan salah satu bagian FishCollab Toolkit yang berguna dalam proses penyusunan perencanaan pengelolaan besisir yang adaptif dan kolaboratif. Analisis ini bisa digunakan bersamaan/melengkapi analisis lainnya dalam FishCollab Toolkit atau digunakan secara mandiri.
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Buku ini terdiri dari sekumpulan profil individu “champion” dalam menerapkan gagasan mereka, baik di tingkat desa maupun seluruh pulau di Selayar. Buku ini adalah pendamping untuk FishCollab: alat bantu untuk mendukung kolaborasi masyarakat dan pemerintah dalam pengelolaan wilayah pesisir. Profil-profil ini ditujukan untuk menginspirasi pembaca aga...
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FishCollab sebagai alat bantu dirancang untuk membantu pemerintah, masyarakat, dan organisasi non-pemerintah (LSM) dalam menjalankan agenda partisipatif dalam mengidentifikasi pilihan yang ada seputar peluang, tantangan dan pengelolaan demi membantu perkembangan penggunaan sumber daya kelautan dan penghidupan secara berkelanjutan. Karena pemerintah...
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Permasalahan kemiskinan dan peningkatan kesejahteraan nelayan serta masyarakat pesisir merupakan persoalan yang kompleks. Penyelesaian masalah kemiskinan tidak bisa dilihat dalam perspektif sederhana, tetapi harus dilakukan secara komprehensif dan kolaboratif dengan melibatkan partisipasi berbagai pihak. Kemiskinan suatu masyarakat sangat terkait d...
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The highly threatened marine systems of eastern Indonesia are undergoing negative transformation with the rapid spread of destructive fishing practices. High impacts on fisheries, coral reefs and seagrass systems are occurring, in turn affecting coastal people’s livelihoods. Certain individual fishers and community members on the island of Selayar...
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This toolkit is designed to assist governments, communities and non-government organisations (NGOs) to carry out a participatory diagnosis identifying opportunities, challenges and management options to foster sustainable marine resource use and livelihoods. Since governments and communities depend on each other for successful coastal management, i...
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Policy Paper LIPI_2017_Meningkatkan Ketahanan Sosial Budaya dan/atau Kesejahteraan Orang Rimba merupakan policy paper yang dihasilkan dari penelitian unggulan dengan topik ketahanan sosial diselenggarakan oleh Kedeputian Ilmu Pengetahuan Sosial dan Kemanusiaan (IPSK)-LIPI selama tiga tahun (2015-2017).
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The effective governance of coastal and marine areas requires consistency and cooperation between the coastal communities that use marine resources and often have customary systems of management, and, in Indonesia, three levels of government with different responsibilities for national policy, fisheries and environmental management, and working wit...
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Transformations2017: Transformations in Practice Conference Dundee-Scotland, 30 August – 1 September 2017
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In the morning of the 2004 boxing day, Aceh was struck by a very strong earthquake (in its center, the magnitude of the earthquake was 9.2 Richter) followed a devastating tsunami. Around 176,000 people were killed or disappeared, all coastal cities in the province, particularly in the West coast, were leveled to the ground. The response to this tra...
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full text available at: https://www.land-links.org/document/marine-tenure-small-scale-fisheries-learning-indonesia-experience/
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Special Session Report: Sustainability of fisheries and aquaculture: the multidisciplinary approach as a key for success: an active discussion Transdisciplinary research towards fisheries and aquaculture: a road to sustainability and social acceptance It is foreseen that fisheries and aquaculture can provide valuable proteins and other nutrients to...
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For most visitors, Borobudur represents the glory, the beauty, and the magnificence of the past. However, for local communities the temple contains a dark story hidden from publicity, a story of 30 years of temple mismanagement. This article discusses some socio-cultural issues of Borobudur Management.
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This paper discusses the socio-cultural and civilization intersections among nations connected by the Indian Ocean, from Indonesian perspective. It focuses on three different but connected issues, these are 1) the sailing history which is seen as the process of interaction involving socio-cultural exchange of involved nations; 2) the products of th...
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Tulisan ini merupakan teks wawancara antara penulis (Dedi Supriadi Adhuri) dengan Sabar Subekti, Editor pada www.satu harapan.com. Teks ini telah publikasikan online pada link berikut: http://www.satuharapan.com/read-detail/read/nelayan-kita-sebatas-penguasa-pesisir ; http://www.satuharapan.com/read-detail/read/nelayan-penguasa-laut-sejati-tapi
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This article examines responses of small-scale fishers and traders to a proposed fisheries management initiative in Indonesia. The responses of these local actors demonstrate both opportunities for upgrading in the fisheries value chain and challenges for more sustainable fisheries management. Small-scale fisheries are the least regulated natural r...
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This is the final report for the Action and highlights its most important activities and accomplishments. The overall objective of the Action was to use an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) framework to improve small-scale fisheries (SSF) management in developing countries, and enhance the important contribution fisheries make to fo...
Technical Report
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This is the final report for the Action and highlights its most important activities and accomplishments. The overall objective of the Action was to use an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) framework to improve small-scale fisheries (SSF) management in developing countries, and enhance the important contribution fisheries make to fo...
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The Asia-Pacific's Coral Triangle is defined by its extremely high marine biodiversity. Over one hundred million people living in its coastal zones use this biodiversity to support their livelihoods. Hundreds of millions more derive nutritious food directly from the region′s marine resources and through local, regional and global trade. Biodiversit...
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By analysing various conflicts, this book discusses the social, political, economic and legal attributes that are attached to the practice of traditional (communal) marine tenure. Selling the Sea pushes the discourse beyond the conventional approach which looks at marine tenure only as a means of resource management, and offers a more comprehensive...
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Aquaculture-dependent households in Bireuen District, Aceh, Indonesia, have in recent years endured repeated, diverse shocks; multiple economic shocks, shrimp disease, civil war and the 2004 Asian tsunami. Following the tsunami, extensive international aid efforts were directed at aquaculture pond rehabilitation. Yet, the pitfalls of simply recreat...
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In Indonesia pre-existing systems of fisheries management were delegitimized during the ‘New Order Era’ (1966–1998), and revived after the ‘Reform Era’ began, in 1998. Three such systems are examined; the awig–awig and sawen of North Lombok, and the petuanan and sasi of Maluku. Based on the pre-existing system that contained sawen, with its basic v...
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Various management approaches have been proposed to address the alarming depletion of marine coastal resources. Prominent among them are community-based management and the establishment of marine protected areas (MPAs). The overall poor performance of MPAs can be traced to a failure to effectively include local communities in the design and impleme...
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This paper describes the application of the methodology called Rapid Appraisal of Fisheries Management System (RAFMS) to assess quickly the situation in tsunami-affected coastal fisheries in Aceh Province, Indonesia. As a diagnostic tool, the RAFMS is introduced in terms of its conceptual framework and procedures. The RAFMS was used to appraise the...
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In an effort to facilitate the restoration of livelihoods that reduce poverty and increase future resilience for the poor coastal communities of Aceh province, we investigated responses related to the pre-existing lobster fishery and the potential for lobster culture. Six species of spiny lobster endemic to the Indonesian archipelago (Panulirus hom...