Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership
Negotiations for the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership (IACEPA) began in 2016 and the agreement was signed on March 4, 2019. Major issues include ISDS (rights for foreign corporations to sue governments) and increased numbers of temporary migrant workers vulnerable to exploitation. The enabling legislation for the agreement was passed by the Parliament in October 2019 and the agreement has been ratified by Australia. As of January 2020, the Indonesian Parliament was still considering ratification.
See our submission to the August 2019 JSCOT inquiry here , Dr Patricia Ranald's explainer published in The Conversation and a joint statement on ISDS from AFTINET and the Global Justice Indonesia.