The network of Indonesian civil society focusing on the rights of refugee and asylum seekers welcomes the disembarkation and initial handling of Rohingya boats in Aceh.
The Indonesian Government is the main responsibility holder in fulfilling human rights for refugees in this country. At present, the situation of fulfilling human rights for refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia is still minimal due to the limited fulfillment of the basic rights of refugees.
SUAKA demands the Government of Indonesia to immediately provide comprehensive humanitarian-based treatment as an effort to handle 229 Rohingya refugees who landed on November 15-16 and are currently placed in Muara Batu District and Dewantara District, North Aceh
SUAKA urges the Central and North Aceh Government to coordinate the handling of the 110 Rohingya refugees who landed in Muara Batu, Aceh on Tuesday (15/11/2022). These Rohingya refugees – consisting of 72 male, 32 female, and 6 refugee children – had arrived around 03.25 local time via sea route.
The Indonesian Government was urged by UN member countries in the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) session held in Geneva on Thursday, November 9, 2022 to provide human rights protection for refugees in Indonesia. Previously, SUAKA together with its network and the refugee communities had submitted a report on the situation of refugee rights in Indonesia. […]
On October 31st, SUAKA had conducted an online Public Discussion and Launching Session of the Refugee Legal Needs Survey in Indonesia. This survey was conducted to map the legal problems faced by refugees while in Indonesia and how refugees respond to or resolve the legal problems they face. Through the launch of this report, SUAKA […]
No. 26/R/SUAKA-CPG/XII/2018 HUMAN RIGHTS DAY COMMEMORATION “Mainstreaming Refugee Rights on Human Rights Movement: Refugees Right Is Human Rights” (Jakarta, 10 December 2018) The discussion and launching of ‘Know Your Rights: A Handbook for Refugees and Asylum Seekers’ is an activity to commemorate the Human Rights Day conducted by SUAKA (Indonesian Civil Society Working Network for […]
Laporan ini merupakan upaya untuk melihat bagaimana implementasi Peraturan Presiden No. 125 tahun 2016 tentang Penanganan Pengungsi dari Luar Negeri (selanjutnya Perpres), pada kejadian datangnya pengungsi Rohingya pada 2020 dan melihat bagaimana penanganan 2015 ketika Perpres belum disahkan. Kedua tahun tersebut dipilih karena merupakan kejadian terdekat dengan disahkannya Perpres pada 2016. Pada konteks 2020, tim […]
Submission for Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights Council 41st SessionRefugee Rights Situation in IndonesiaSubmitted on 30th of March 2022SUAKA IndonesiaResilience Development Initiative – Urban Refugee Research Group (RDI UREF)Jakarta Legal Aid Institute (LBH Jakarta)Dompet DhuafaGeutanyoe FoundationHuman Rights Working Group (HRWG) Introduction This submission provides an overview of the refugee rights situation […]
Since 2019, SUAKA has conducted law and human rights basic training for 38 paralegals in order to empower and improve the access to justice for the refugee community. These paralegals are community-based, meaning that they are from the refugee community and work for the interest of their community. After the training, refugee paralegals are expected […]