This edition of the Indonesian J. Int'l Clinical Leg. Educ. presents seven articles from various agencies in Indonesia, both from the community, NGOs, universities and other agencies. The writings presented in this edition discuss a lot about the basic rights of citizens, both the right to freedom of belief, the right to education, gender equality, the right to the environment and others. The editorial team would like to thank all the authors in this edition. The team also thanked the reviewers and advisory editors for their invaluable assistance. Indonesian J. Int'l Clinical Leg. Educ. seeks to present various perspectives on legal issues relating to Clinical Law Education and their implementation in daily practice both at the level of theoretical practice for students, researchers and academics, or the implementation of Clinical Legal Education education in various conditions.