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Indonesia

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Transnational Organized Crime

Over 120 Nations Sign UN Convention Against Organized Crime. UN Press Release (L/T/4359). December 15, 2000

  • China and INA agreed " To encourage cooperation among law enforcement and intelligence agencies in addressing non-traditional security issues such as terrorism, smuggling, drug-trafficking, trafficking of persons, money laundering, cyber crime, and other transnational organized crimes through implementing existing cooperation agreements; actively exploring the possibility of setting up a consultation mechanism; and promoting other areas of cooperation where appropriate and in accordance with the national laws of the respective countries." (Indonesia-China Joint Declaration. 27 April 2005)

Terrorism

  • Der indonesische Rat der Rechtsgelehrten hat eine Fatwa veröffentlicht, in welcher die Selbstmordattentate, wie sie sich im Nahen Osten ereignen, für haram erklärt werden. Die Mehrheit der indonesischen Muslime lehnt solche Methoden ab.
  • In August 2002 in Brunei Darussalam, ASEAN signed with the United States a Joint Declaration for Cooperation to Combat International Terrorism. (ASEAN Secretariat is in Jakarta)
  • Which actions are done to A) understand the phenomenon better and B)alleviate its root causes?

(most actions seems to focus on combat which is not the way to solve the problem)

Human trafficking (.pdf)

  • INDONESIA REGIONAL CO-OPERATION MODEL FOR COMBATING HUMAN SMUGLING (RCMC)

The project aims at helping the government of Indonesia to take concrete and effective measures to break the organized human smuggling routes transiting through Indonesia. The project will also seek to ensure that any person wishing to submit asylum claim is duly assessed by UNHCR as well as offer voluntary return assistance to non-asylum seekers. The project is implemented by IOM in collaboration with the Immigration and police authorities of Indonesia and UNHCR Contact: International Organization for Migration Surya Building 13th Floor , suite 12A-03 Jl. M. H. Thamrin Kav. 9 Jakarta Tel: +62.21.3983.8529 Fax: +62.21.3983.8528 E-mail: iomjakarta@iom.int E-mail: iomjkt@iom.int

  • MINISTRY OF WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT (MOWE)

MOWE coordinates with government institutions (National Police, Immigration and other ministries), task forces and NGOs in handling trafficking issues. Provides information on web site and drafts legislation. www.menegpp.go.id Page 21 Contact: Deputy to the State Minister for Legal Affairs Ministry of Women's Empowerment (MOWE) Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat 15 Jakarta, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-380-5563 ext. 146 Fax: +62-21-380-5562

  • NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST VIOLENCE TO WOMEN (KOMNAS PEREMPUAN)

A leading quasi-government organization dealing with women's issues, especially human rights, including trafficking issues, and has influence and cooperates with many other NGOs and government institutions. Conducts research, seminars, training, advocacy, and media campaigns. Contact: Jalan Laturharhary 4B Jakarta DKI Jakarta Indonesia 10310 Tel.: +62-21-390-3963 Fax: +62-21-390-3922 Email: Komnaspr@indo.net.id

  • WOMEN’S SOLIDARITY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (SOLIDARITAS PARAMBUAN HAM)

One of main NGOs on women's issues, especially migrant workers and kitu CRM iere trade. Conducts research and awareness campaigns. Contact: Jalan Rawajati Timur X, Kompleks Kalibata Baru B6 Jakarta DKI Jakarta 12750, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-797-1849/7919-8275 Fax: +62-21-797-1849/7919-8275 Email: Soliper@centrin.net.id

  • ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIOAN WOMEN FOR JUSTICE (LBH-APIK)

Handles victims in Jakarta region, provides training, legal aid on "violence on women" in cooperation with "Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking" (CAST). Conducts research and seminars, publishes reports and books. www.lbh-apik.or.id Contact: Jalan Raya Tengah No. 16 RT01/009 Kampung Tengah, Jakarta Timur DKI Jakarta 13450, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-8779-7289/916-4130 Fax: +62-21-8779-7289 Email: apiknet@centrin.net.id

  • THE NETWORK OF INDONESIAN CHILD LABOUR (JARAK)

Consortium of 108 NGO’s in Indonesia with activities like: training, action programs, publishing bulletin, media campaign, advocacy for drafting of child labor law. Contact: Jalan Kayu Manis I Baru No. 9, Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia Tel: +62-21-850-0394 Fax: +62-21-850-0394 , Email: jarak@indo.net.id

  • THE CONSORTIUM OF INDONESIAN MIGRANT WORKERS (KOPBUMI)

Advocacy for migrant worker's regulation, handling cases, education/awareness campaigns. Contact: Jalan Aren IV No. 6 Rawamangun Jakarta Timur DKI Jakarta 13220, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-470-6377 Fax: +62-21-470-6377 Email: seknas.kopbumi@lycos.com and kopbumi@link.net.id

  • NATIONAL COMMISSION OF CHILD PROTECTION (NCCP)

Public information through media, seminars, and hot line service (62-21-8779-1818) Contact: Jalan TB Simatupang 33, Jakarta DKI Jakarta, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-840 0573/841-6157-59 Fax: +62-21-861-4158/840-0573 Email: komnaspa@rad.net.id

  • FOUNDATION FOR INDONESIAN CHILDREN’S WELFARE

One of the main NGOs handling children's issues through research, seminars, training, information campaigns, advocacy, shelters and hot-line services. Cooperates with other NGOs, government and international institutions. Contact: Staff of Research and Education Centre Yayasan Kesejahteraan Anak Indonesia (YKAI) Jalan Teuku Umar 10, Jakarta DKI Jakarta 10350, Indonesia Tel.: +62-21-327-316 Fax: +62-21) 327-316 Email: icwf@indosat.net.id

Sustainable Development and Water

Says repeatedly "changes in consumption and production patterns" are necessary for sustainable development. What are these changes, how do you go about it and what has been achieved? It asks to establish integrated water resource management. Where has this been achieved? Education for sustainable development with a focus on sustainable consumption and production (initiative to be developed). - Was it?

Water

Climate change

Forests

other


Dirk:IMF

Flexibility of the Chinese Yuan

Corruption and Lending

Moritz:UNEP

  • Biofuels

Palmöl!!!

  • Particulate Matter

Kathrin:UNHRC

  • Outcaste Discrimination

In Bali gibt es auch Hindus, und auf Java auch ein paar, aber das Kastensystem ist da nicht ausgeprägt. Ob das nen Einfluss auf Indonesiens Position hat, weiss ich nicht.

  • Freedom of the Media in Venezuela

Siehe "Journalisten in Indonesien" im Yahoogroup-Ordner zu Indonesien


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