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// For Refugees

Our Programs

SUAKA works to protect and promote the human rights of refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia. Since SUAKA’s establishment it has focused on the following three working groups:

Legal Aid Program

Objective: to provide access to legal advice, assistance and representation for asylum seekers and refugees in Indonesia.

  • Legal Aid for UNHCR RSD applicants
  • Legal Information for RSD
  • Emergency Response, Monitoring, Assistance
  • Training and Capacity Building
  • Rights & Empowerment Program

    Objective: to support and empower asylum seekers and refugees in Indonesia

  • Empower Refugees to participate in advocacy
  • “Know Your Rights” Information – self-help kits and community information sessions
  • Empower Refugees to participate in advocacy
  • Address Key Protection Issues:: Physical Violence by authorities, Children in Detention, Livelihood (Health, Education, Housing), Women and Girls at Risk
  • Policy Advocacy Program

    Objective: to advocate for better policies and procedures to protect the rights of asylum seekers and refugees in Indonesia

  • Data Collection and Monitoring
  • National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM)
  • Government Authorities
  • Public Awareness Program

    Objective: to encourage public support for refugee rights in Indonesia

  • Public Events
  • Media Engagement, Monitoring and Training
  • Embassy Briefings
  • SUAKA’s achievements to date include provision of legal aid services to over one hundred clients and four information sessions that reach many hundreds of refugee and asylum seekers. We have also provided refugee legal training to Indonesian lawyers – (at least one on Sunday and maybe more??) SUAKA has developed comprehensive Self-Help Kits for every stage of the RSD (Refugee Status Determination in UNHCR) process: First Instance, Appeal and Re-opening. SUAKA also critically engaged with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in developing the Presidential Regulation on Handling Refugee and Asylum Seekers. SUAKA events include speaking to the media, at universities, public forums and also coordinating annual World Refugee Day events.

    All of Suaka’s members are volunteers. We have no paid staff, and all of our activities are conducted within the existing operating budgets of our organizational members, or on the own time of our volunteers.

    We welcome individuals and organizations to support Suaka or to join as members.

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