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Trump’s Executive Order

02/R/SUAKA-CPG/II/2017 Trump’s Executive Order: Bad Example in Protecting Asylum Seekers and Refugees Disappointment arises from SUAKA towards Trump’s Executive Order which was put forth in January 2017 regarding the changes in the United States’ immigration system. The order enforced was expected to counter terrorism and to increase national security in United States. SUAKA deems this […]


Research on Rohingya Refugees

During June to October 2016, SUAKA conducted baseline research to document the condition of the Rohingya refugees during their stay in Indonesia. The research is aimed to portray the experiences and best practices in the refugee handling. The research involves Rohingya refugees, national and provincial government officials, international and local NGOs, and the people surround […]


Rohingya Research Report

SUAKA will launch “Barely Living” the research report on the condition of Rohingya refugees in Indonesia. Speaker: SUAKA research team with Prof. Enny Soeprapto Monday, 5th of December 2016Hotel Gren Alia Prapatan, Kwitang, SenenPukul 12.00 – 16.00 Info lebih lanjut/ For more info:Sisi – 0852 17822 444

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Criminalization Against Refugees

No. 26/R/SUAKA-CPG/XII/2018 SUAKA: Criminalization Against Refugees Who Are Accused As Gigolo At Batam Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration of Ministry of Justice and Human Rights secured 10 male refugees who were accused to be working as gigolo at Batam. The immigration said that they misused their asylum seeker certificates which were published by United Nations […]

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Australian Policy Against Refugee Resettlement

Jakarta, 20 November 2014 — Suaka, the Indonesian Civil Society Network for Refugee Rights Protection, strongly criticized the anti-resettlement policies issued by the Australian Government targeted at refugees residing in Indonesia. “This policy is clearly contrary to the international obligations of Australia as a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention and increases the uncertainty of the […]

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Update on Refugees in Indonesia

As of 30 June 2014, a total of 10,116 individuals were registered by UNHCR in Indonesia, including 6,286 asylum seekers and 3,830 refugees. Of those, 7,910 were male and 2,206 were female. The total includes 2,507 children; 798 are unaccompanied minors and separated children. The main countries of origin are Afghanistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, […]

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Funding for Regional Cooperation on Refugees

Jakarta, 20 May 2014 — With the Australian government announcing that it will provide Indonesia with AU$86.8 million to support stranded refugees and asylum seekers Suaka, the Indonesian Civil Society Network for Refugee Rights Protection, highlighted the importance of a rights-based approach to inter-governmental cooperation in the region. It is understood that financial aid will be given […]


Letter to the Editor, Jakarta Post

Suaka as written a letter to the editor of The Jakarta Post regarding an opinion article published on 13 March 2014 about asylum seekers. [Update: The letter was published on 22 March 2014] Dear Editor On behalf of Suaka, the Indonesian Civil Society Network for Refugee Rights Protection, I wish to correct some points made […]

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