Miko Ginting from KSI partner PSHK – that focusses on human rights and legal reforms – was in April invited as a speaker to a preparatory session of the United Nation’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Human Rights. Miko spoke at the session on the status of three types of fundamental freedoms in Indonesia: freedom of expression, freedom of association and freedom of belief. Research by PSHK and other organization show that Indonesia in 2017 has not made any significant progress since the last UPR review in 2012. Related to human rights, PSHK also celebrated in April the one year anniversary of Indonesia’s Disability Law No 8 Year 2016. PSHK distributed a variety of materials on disability issues through the center’s website and social media accounts. In addition to the online platform, DVD were delivered to 200 organizations, including ministries and agencies, donor agencies, international organizations, and civil society organizations - both at the national and local levels. A reflection piece can be found on Facebook - "Refleksi Satu Tahun Keberlakuan Undang-undang Nomor 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitas: Peluncuran LAWmotion #24" and a LAWmotion’s short can be viewed on Youtube - LAWmotion #24 - Disabilitas Sebagai Isu Multisektor.