This journal is a joint-venture of the Graduate School of the University of Jember and the Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism and Migration (CHRM2). The current chief editor is Dina Tsalist Wildana of the University of Jember. The purpose of this journal is to provide a platform for law, social sciences, and humanities from various perspectives that welcome empirical, interdisciplinary, and doctrinal approaches. It welcomes submissions form any scholars whose work pertains to the aforementioned topics.
New editions of the journal are published every March and November. All articles published by IDJ are made available online in an open access format and can be downloaded free of charge by all interested parties and individuals.