Anti Trafficking Unit

This unit carries out law enforcement activities including victim identification and investigations for TIP cases.

Address

Head of Anti Trafficking Unit Jl. Trunojoyo No. 3, Jakarta Selatan 12110

Email

unittraffickingbareskrim@yahoo.co

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification

Archipelago Indigenous Peoples Alliance

AMAN is a member-based network of indigenous communities in Indonesia.

Address

Jalan Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No.11A Kel. Tebet Timur, Kec. Tebet, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia, 12820

Email

rumahaman@cbn.net.id

Phone

+62 21 8297954 / +62 21 837 06282

Website

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Services

  • Coalition Building
  • Networking
  • Support Agencies

Arus Pelangi (Rainbow Current)

Promotes human rights of the LGBT community

Address

Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam, 6G No. 1, Jakarta, 12810

Email

arus_pelangi@yahoo.co.id

Phone

021- 8280380

Website

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Services

  • Coalition Building
  • Networking
  • Support Agencies

Asosiasi Advokat Indonesia (Indonesian Bar Association)

AAI was founded on July 1990 by two hundred members of the Indonesian Advocates Association (IKADIN). The goal of AAI is to improve the quality of the Advocate profession. AAI's partners are Ministry of Law and Human Rights, National Legal Development agency (BPHN), the National Women's Commission, TICMI (The Indonesia Capital Member Institute), Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU), Supreme Court and Hukum Online.

Address

Lantai 16. Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Blok E3.2 Kav.1, Kuningan Timur, Setiabudi - Jakarta Selatan 12950

Email

humas.aai@gmail.com / dpp@asosiasiadvokatindonesia.id

Phone

+62 21 300 299 71

Website

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Services

  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Asosiasi Tenaga Kerja Indonesia

ATKI is a self organisation of Indonesian migrant workers. It advocates for migrant workers policies and regulations in destination countries and in Indonesia. It also provides direct assistance, counseling, and legal aid referral services for migrants who have been abused and/or trafficked.

Address

Pulo Asem Utara Jln. Pulo Asem Utara 1, No. 24 RT. 08/12 Kelurahan Jati, Rawamangun Jakarta Timur 13220

Email

atki.indonesia@gmail.com

Phone

(021) 47883116

Services

  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Recovery
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy

Attorney General Office (AGO)

AGO works with INP in the prosecution of TIP cases. Specifically it seeks to improve the law enforcement for TIP cases including enhancing law enforcement apparatuses; providing protection for witnesses, victims, and their families; developing gender responsive and child sensitive guidelines; access to restitution for victims, etc.

Address

Jl. Sultan Hasanuddin No.1 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan, 12110

Email

humas.puspenkum@kejaksaan.go.id

Phone

+62 21 7221 269

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification

Australian Lutheran World Service

Supporting the rights of people with disabilities is a core focus of the Indonesian program of LWS.

Services

  • Support Agencies

Balai Mulya Jaya (Mulya Jaya Center), Kemensos (MoSA)

Mulya Jaya Center in Jakarta is one of the technical implementing units within the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs that carries out social services, protection, and rehabilitation for people with social welfare problems, former sex workers, and victims of (domestic) violence. It has the capacity to accommodate as many as 185 people in 2020. It provides physical, mental, psychosocial development activities aimed at changing attitudes and behavior, skill therapy and resocialization to enable clients to carry out their social functions and be independent in their social life.

Address

Jl. Comp. Ministry of Social Affairs No.2, RW.2, Gedong, Kec. Ps. Rebo, East Jakarta City, Special Capital Region of Jakarta 13760

Email

brs.mulyajaya@kemsos.go.id ; aiherliyah13@gmail.com

Phone

+62218400631; +62 081288139739

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Balai Perlindungan dan Rehabilitasi Sosial Wanita (Social Rehabilitation and Protection Center for Women)

Cokrobedog, Sidoarum, Godean, Sleman, Yogyakarta

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Balai Rehabilitasi Sosial Penyandang Disabilitas Sensorik Melati Bambu Apus (Social Rehabilitation Center or People with Sensory Disabilities, Melati Bambu Apus)

Multi services center for all people needing social services, specifically for people with deafspeak disabilities

Address

Jl. Gebang Sari No.38, RT.2/RW.5, Bambu Apus, Kec. Cipayung, East Jakarta City, DKI Jakarta 13890

Email

psbrwmelati@kemsos.go.id

Phone

+62 8129972778/ (021) 8444274

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Prevention

Bambu Apus (Jakarta), Directorate of Social Problems Rehabilitation and Victims of Trafficking

Bandung Wangi

Jakarta-based Bandung Wangi works to improve the lives of female sex workers in Indonesia. It helps them access HIV prevention, testing and treatment services, It also supports sex workers to find alternative, safer livelihoods.

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

BP2MI (Indonesian Migrant Workers Protection Agency), formerly known as BNP2TKI Badan Nasional Penempatan dan Perlindungan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia di Luar Negeri (National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers)

Provides a range of services for Indonesian migrant workers, including worker placement, emergency financial assistance, legal assistance, crisis centre, hotline

Address

Jalan MT Haryono Kav 52, Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan 12770 Telepon Halo PMI: 08001000

Email

halotki@bnp2tki.go.id / humas@bp2mi.go.id

Website

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Services

  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Prevention

Bureau of fulfilling the rights of witnesses and victims

This unit of LPSK has the duty and function to provide protection to witnesses and/or victims of crime, including the crime of Trafficking in Persons. They also facilitate victims to obtain restitution.

Address

Jl. Raya Bogor Km.24 No.47-49, Susukan Ciracas Jakarta Timur 13750

Email

lpsk_ri@lpsk.go.id

Phone

+62 21 29681560

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Services

  • Protection

Compassion First

Compassion First focuses on supporting survivors of child sexual trafficking through aftercare programs that provide individualized care and education for trafficking survivors; strengthening law enforcement capabilities; and education and vocational training, etc.

Website

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Services

  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention

Deputy for Coordination of Quality Improvement of Children, Women and Adolescents

Together with the Deputy of Women's Rights Protection from MoWECP, this Deputy is responsible for organizing and coordinating anti-trafficking activities in Indonesia

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.3 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Email

roinfohumas@kemenkopmk.go.id

Phone

+62 21 3459 444

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  • Prevention

Deputy for Women’s Rights Protection

There are five deputies under the Minister of MoWECP. The Women Rights Protection Deputy is responsible as the Daily Chairman of the Anti-Trafficking Task Force with direct supervision from the Minister.

Services

  • Prevention

Deputy of Protection

Provides services, coordinate and supervise: documents; final departure briefing; problem solving; financing sources; departure to return; improving the quality of prospective migrant workers; information; the quality of the implementation of the placement of worker; and improving the welfare of Indonesian migrant workers and their families. This Deputy is also part of the Anti Trafficking Task Force

Address

Jalan MT Haryono Kav 52, Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan 12770 Telepon Halo PMI: 08001000

Email

halotki@bnp2tki.go.id / humas@bp2mi.go.id

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Dian Yoga

One of few recruitment agencies recommended by NGOs that do not deduct the salaries of Indonesian Migrant Workers as payment for job placement.

Services

Directorate of placement and protection of overseas workers

The Directorate is tasked with carrying out the formulation of policies, standards, procedures and criteria, providing technical guidance and supervision, as well as evaluating and reporting in the field of placement and protection of Indonesian migrant workers abroad. This directorate is part of the Anti-Trafficking Task Force.

Address

Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 51 Jakarta Selatan 12750

Email

support@kemnaker.go.id

Phone

+62 21 5255 733 / +62 21 5081 6000

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ECPAT Indonesia

ECPAT Indonesia focuses on the prevention and handling of child sexual exploitation situations in Indonesia. Some forms of child sexual exploitation include prostitution, pornography, child trafficking for sexual purposes, child marriage, child sexual exploitation in tourist destinations and online child sexual exploitation. It does this through collaborating with a network of NGOs and civil society organizations as well as relevant ministries/agencies.

Address

Jl. Angsana 1 RT 010 / RW 05 No. 16 Jl. Pejaten Timur, Pasar Minggu Jakarta Selatan, 12510

Email

secretariat@ecpatindonesia.org

Phone

+62 21 2503 4840

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Financial Transaction Reporting and Analysis Centre (PPATK)

Formed in 2002, PPATK is a financial intelligence unit that reports directly to the President of Indonesia. Its main objective is to prevent and eradicate criminal acts of money laundering and terrorism financing.

Address

Jalan Ir. Haji Juanda No.35, Kb. Klp., Gambir, Central Jakarta City

Email

contact-us@ppatk.go.id

Phone

+6221-50928484

Website

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Services

  • Prevention

Financial Transaction Reporting and Analysis Centre (PPATK)

Formed in 2002, PPATK is a financial intelligence unit that reports directly to the President of Indonesia. Its main objective is to prevent and eradicate criminal acts of money laundering and terrorism financing.

Address

Jalan Ir. Haji Juanda No.35, Kb. Klp., Gambir, Central Jakarta City

Email

contact-us@ppatk.go.id

Phone

+6221-50928484

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Gaya Nusantara

Works on promoting and protecting the rights of the LGBTQ community in Indonesia.

Address

Jl. Mulyorejo Utara No. 63 Surabaya

Email

info@gayanusantara.or.id

Phone

+62-813-3418-6668

Website

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Services

  • Coalition Building
  • Networking
  • Support Agencies

Himpunan Wanita Disabilitas Indonesia (Indonesian Disability Women’s Association)

Promotes the rights of women with disabilities throughout Indonesia.

Address

Menteng Square Apartment, Tower A. Unit AR. 01 Lt. 1, The Center Hotel, Jl. Matraman Raya No. 30E, Kenari, Senen, Kota Jakarta Pusat, 10430

Email

hwdi@hotmail.co.id

Phone

+62 21 2961 4294

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Services

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Humanity & Inclusion Indonesia

HI Indonesia works on: rights of people with disabilities; inclusive education; support civil society and organizations for people with disabilities; access to employment. It also supports PWD and internally displaced persons during disasters, as well as the poorest people, women, and people with non-communicable diseases which may cause disability.

Address

Jalan Mantrigawen Kidul no.24A RT 21 RW 07 Kelurahan Panembahan, Kecamatan Kraton Yogyakarta, 55131

Email

info@indonesia.hi.org

Phone

+62 (0274) 414 574

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Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)

KADIN has partnered IOM in the past to craft action plans for private sectors to be involved in preventing human trafficking and in empowering trafficking victims.

Address

Jl. HOS Cokroaminoto No.122 Menteng - Jakarta Pusat, DKI Jakarta 10310

Email

sekretariat@kadinindonesia.or.id / kadin@kadinindonesia.or.id

Phone

+62 21.22391426

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Indonesian Lawyers Association (Peradi)

Peradi is a professional lawyers association in Indonesia. It has partnered IOM and ECPAT in the past whereby PERADI provides pro-bono legal services to trafficking survivors referred by IOM while IOM provides training for PERADI member-lawyers on relevant legislation to prosecute acts of trafficking and related criminal offences.

Address

Grand Slipi Tower, Lantai 11. JL. S. Parman Kav. 22-24 Jakarta 11480

Email

info@peradi.or.id

Phone

+62 21 29252303

Website

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Services

  • Legal Aid
  • Prosecution

Indonesian National Police (INP)

INP has appointed TIP units at the Central and Regional levels (Polda) and the Women’s and Children’s Services Unit (PPA) at the district/city level and (POLRES/POLRESTA) as a special unit that handles TIP cases. The INP’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) is responsible for investigating cases of trafficking, as well as handling trafficking victims in some cases. INP undertakes surveillance, investigation and arrests of individuals suspected of being engaged in trafficking.

Address

Jl. Trunojoyo No.3, Jakarta Selatan Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12110

Phone

021-7218141 (Call centre: 110)

Website

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Services

  • Prevention

Indonesian Ocean justice Foundation

IOJI is an independent policy think tank and advocacy organization which seeks to assist marginalized fishing and coastal communities in defending and upholding their basic rights. It conducts studies on the protection for Indonesian seafarers working on foreign fishing ships in cooperation with the Indonesian Government, civil society groups, trade unions and migrant workers in the fishery sector. It works with law enforcement agencies at the national, regional, and global levels on marine-related crimes and transnational organized marine crimes, including illegal fishing, trafficking in person, slavery, etc.

Address

Wisma Penta Lantai 1. Jalan Kebon Sirih No. 65, RT 4/RW 2, Kebon Sirih, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat, DKI Jakarta10340

Email

info@oceanjusticeinitiative.org

Phone

+62 021-3152888

Website

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Services

  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research

Infest Yogyakarta

Runs a migrant workers resource centre to support information exchange with fellow migrant workers, families, associations of migrant workers, NGOs, and government institutions.

Address

Jl. Veteran UH IV/734 Warungboto, Umbulharjo 55164

Email

info@infest.or.id

Phone

+62 274-417004

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Institut Perempuan

IP strengthens women’s rights through advocacy, community education, capacity building of stakeholders, information and documentation. IP focuses on human trafficking because it is a major issue for women in West Java. The organisation also provides some direct services for victims.

Address

Jl. Dago Pojok No. 85, Coblong, Bandung 40135, West Java

Email

institut_perempuan@yahoo.com

Phone

+62.22.2516378

Website

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Services

  • Education
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research

Institute for Migrant Rights

Provides free legal assistance to Indonesian migrant workers and non-national migrant workers in Indonesia.

Address

Jalan Amalia Rubini 35 - Cianjur, Indonesia 43213

Email

secretariat@imr.or.id

Phone

+62 263 291 6188

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Integrated Service Center (PPT) of Bhayangkara Hospital

The Head of Indonesian National Police (KAPOLRI) in 2003 called for every police hospital to establish an installation for victims of violence, including victims of TIP. Following the instruction of KAPOLRI, most of the regional government has established PPT under the Local Regulation in each Police hospital. Currently there are around 52 Police Hospital who established PPT. The National Police Integrated Service Center (PPT) provides services to women and children victims of violence and trafficking.

Address

RS Umum Bhayangkara Tk. I R. Said Sukanto Jl. Raya Bogor No.1, RT.1/RW.5, Kramat Jati, Kec. Kramat jati, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13510

Phone

+62 (021) 8093288

Website

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Services

  • Medical/Healthy Care

Integrated Service Center for the Empowerment of Women and Children (P2TP2A)

MoWECP in close coordination with relevant local governemnt agencies runs the P2TP2A. The P2TP2A is an integrated activity center jointly run by the community and local government to provide services to women and children who are victims of domestic violence, exploitation and TIP. Currently, there are 34 P2TP2A at the provincial level and 436 P2TP2A at the district / city level. P2TP2A cooperates with the Empowerment Agency for Community, Women and Family Pallning (Badan Pemberdayaan Masyrakat Perempuan dan Kerluarga Berencana/ BPMPKB) to mobilize its grassroot activists to conduct outreach to the victims of Trafficking in Person within their areas.

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.15 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Phone

+62 821 2575 1234 / +62 21 3842 638 / +62 21 3805 563

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care

IOM

IOM Indonesia's work is underpinned by a 4P approach - protection, prosecution, prevention and partnership. It works with government and CSOs to provide direct assistance to victims of human trafficking, including: victim identification, recovery (medical check-up, medical treatment, psychosocial support, mental health care support) and reintegration (education, vocational training, livelihood, income generating activities, and legal assistance). It also supports the capacity of the government in victim identification, law enforcement, policy coordination, etc.

Address

Sampoerna Strategic Square North Tower 12A Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 45 - 46 Jakarta 12930

Email

iomjakarta@iom.int

Phone

+62.21.57951275

Website

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Services

  • Prosecution
  • Protection
  • Prevention
  • Partnership

Keluarga Besar Buruh Migran Indonesia KABAR BUMI Sumbawa Barat (Indonesian Migrant Workers Extended Family KABAR BUMI, Sumbawa Barat)

Focuses on TIP victims, women and children victims of domestic violence, women and children victims of sexual violence. Provides support and services in Sumbawa Barat, West Nusa Tenggara. Coordinates with other NGOs in the respective area if they come across cases outside their work areas.

Address

Lingkungan Bosok Kelurahan Menala Kecamatan Taliwang kabupaten Sumbawa Barat - NTB

Email

marnie130380@gmail.com

Phone

+62 82236859575

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

KITA designs

Social enterpise for women who have been sexually exploited and at-risk women.

Website

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Services

  • Reintegration

Komisi Perlindungan Anak Indonesia (KPAI) (Indonesian Child Protection Commission)

One of Indonesia's three national human rights institutions, together with Komnas HAM and KP. It is mainly responsible for human rights violations toward children and adolescents.

Address

Jl. Teuku Umar No. 10 Gondangdia Menteng Jakarta Pusat DKI Jakarta

Email

info@kpai.go.id

Phone

(+62) 021 31901556

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Services

  • Policy Advocacy

KOMNAS HAM

One of Indonesia's three national human rights institutions, together with KP and KPAI. It is mainly responsible for general human rights violations issues and TIP is one of their concerns.

Address

Jl Latuharhari No. 4B, Kelurahan Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10310

Email

info@komnasham.go.id

Phone

+62-21-3925230

Website

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Services

  • Policy Advocacy

Komnas Perempuan (National Women’s Commission)

KP is mandated to address VAW and enforce women's human rights in Indonesia. It works as a bridge between government, civil society, victims and international community. It is one of Indonesia's three national human rights institutions, along with the National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) and the Indonesian Commission for the Protection of Children (KPAI).

Address

JL Latuharhari 4B. Jakarta 10310

Email

mail@komnasperempuan.go.id

Phone

+62-21-3903963

Website

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Services

  • Policy Advocacy

Lembaga Perlindungan Saksi dan Korban/LPSK (Witness and Victim Protection Agency)

LPSK has the duty and function to provide protection to witnesses and/or victims of crime, including the crime of Trafficking in Persons. It offers medical, psychological, and psychosocial assistance for victims/ witnesses in justice proceedings and some forms of legal protection.

Address

Jl. Raya Bogor Km.24 No.47-49, Susukan Ciracas Jakarta Timur 13750

Email

lpsk_ri@lpsk.go.id

Phone

+62 21 29681560

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care

Migrant CARE

Migrant CARE provides case management and legal aid to Indonesian migrant workers who have experienced unfair treatment or abuse or violence. It advocates for safe migration governance and raises awareness of safe migration and the rights of migrant workers within the migrant community. It also supports the creation of networks at various levels: local, national, regional, and global, for advocacy or policies that are in favor of migrant workers. Migrant CARE is a member of the national anti-trafficking task force and has established good cooperation with the Indonesian government in the handling of trafficking cases.

Address

Street. Jatipadang I No.5A, Jati Padang, Ps. Minggu, Kota Jakarta Selatan 12540

Email

secretariat@migrantcare.net

Phone

+62 21-27808211

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Ministry of Health – Direktorat Kesehatan Kerja dan Olahraga (Dir. of Occupational Health and Sports)

Kemenkes (MoH) is responsible to coordinate health rehabilitation of TIP victims, and within the ministry TIP is a sub-committee under Migrant Workers Protection committee

Address

Jl. HR Rasuna Said Blok X5 Kav 4-9 Jakarta 12950

Email

okupasi.surveilans@gmail.com

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Ministry of Human Development and Cultural Affairs

Ministry of Human Development and Cultural Affairs oversees the implemention of the National Plan of Action for Eradication of Human Trafficking 2015-2019. Mandated by the Presidential Decree No 69 Year 2008, the Ministry of Culture Affairs shall also act as the Chairman of the Anti Trafficking Task Force to lead regular ministrial levels meeting to coordinate its relevant efforst in anti Trafficking works

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.3 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Email

roinfohumas@kemenkopmk.go.id

Phone

+62 21 3459 444

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Ministry of Manpower and Training (MMT)

MMT’s primary role is to protect Indonesian workers, including child laborers and Indonesian migrant workers. In relation to human trafficking, DMT’s main responsibility is to implement preventive measures. To date, prevention activities have included disseminating information and training migrant workers so that they do not fall victim to human trafficking. It runs the Directorate of the Placement and Protection of Overseas Workers (Direktorat Penempatan dan Perlindungan Tenaga Kerja Luar Negeri).

Address

Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto Kav. 51 Jakarta Selatan 12750

Email

support@kemnaker.go.id

Phone

+62 21 5255 733 / +62 21 5081 6000

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA)

MOSA acts as the focal point for social rehabilitation, repatriation, and social reintegration of victims of trafficking under the NPA. It runs the Women Social Protection Homes (Rumah Perlindungan Sosial Wanita/RPSW), Children Social Protection Homes (Rumah Perlindungan Sosial Anak/RPSA), Trauma Center Protection Homes (Rumah Perlindungan Trauma Center/RPTC). MSA also handles children who have been forced to become beggars and street vendors.

Address

Jl. Salemba Raya No. 28 Jakarta Pusat

Email

info@kemsos.go.id

Phone

+62 21 5001 771 / +62 21 3100 470

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention

Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (MoWECP)

MoWECP is responsible for delivering services and supporting all efforts toward ensuring gender equality and justice in all levels (family, society, nation) including the promotion of welfare and protection of children. It coordinates the National Task Force to prevent trafficking and to ensure victim protection at the national level.

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.15 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Phone

+62 821 2575 1234 / +62 21 3842 638 / +62 21 3805 563

Website

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Services

  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Peduli Buruh Migran (Caring for Migrant Workers)

PBM provides migrant workers and victims of TIP with legal assistance, victim support, shelter, medical care, and repatriation services. It also engages in policy advocacy, and campaigns on anti-trafficking and safe migration.

Address

Jl. Pori Raya 27, RT 11/12, Pisangan Timur, Jakarta Timur 13230

Email

tki@peduliburuhmigran.or.id

Phone

+ 62 81387385506

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Perkumpulan Panca Karsa

Based in Lombok, PPK was founded in 1982 in response to the social needs of women such as discrimination, domestic violence and abuse. It now works to ensure that migrant domestic workers are protected from exploitation and can assert their rights. It does this by bringing together female migrant domestic workers and their families in Lombok Utara, enabling migrant workers to acquire economic knowledge and manage their remittances sustainably; and working with government agencies in the villages, districts and provinces to develop guidelines in response to the needs of migrant workers.

Address

Jln.Raden abdurahman Dusun Karang Kebon Barat RT.03 Desa BagikPolak – Kecamatan Labuapi –Lombok Barat, Nusa Tenggara Barat

Email

karsamataram@yahoo.co.id / zahratun@yahoo.co.id

Phone

+62 (0370) 7562676/0817367438

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Perlindungan Anak Terpadu Berbasis Masyarakat (PATBM)/ Community-Based Integrated Child Protection

PATBM is a movement of network or group of people at the working community level in a coordinated manner to achieve child protection goals. PATBM is a community initiative spearheading prevention efforts by building public awareness to change understanding, attitudes and behavior that provide protection to the child.

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.15 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Phone

+62 821 2575 1234 / +62 21 3842 638 / +62 21 3805 563

Website

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Services

  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking
  • Children

Protection House and Trauma Center (RPTC)

RPTC was established to provide social protection from physical and psychological threat for the victims. There are 24 RPTC spread out in many areas in Indonesia which is funded by the Ministry of Social Affairs or the local Social Affairs Offices. All victims including adult male and adult female that have experienced different forms of trafficking and exploitation can be accommodated in the shelter.

Address

Jl. Setu I No.3, RT.12/RW.3 Bambu Apus, Jakarta Timur, 13890

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration

Protection of Women and Children Unit (UPPA)

There are PPA units in 34 Regional Levels (POLDA). In some POLDAs, the trafficking unit is still part of the UPPA. Some cross-cutting cases relevant to domestic violence, abuses and TIP are often handled and refered to or by UPPA

Address

Jl. Trunojoyo No.3, Jakarta Selatan Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12110

Phone

021-7218141 (Call centre: 110)

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification

PT Parco Laut

One of few recruitment agencies recommended by NGOs that do not deduct the salaries of Indonesian Migrant Workers as payment for job placement.

Address

No 75 Buduran, 61252 Sidoarjo, Jawa Timur

Phone

+62 812-3412-0499

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Qafco

One of few recruitment agencies recommended by NGOs that do not deduct the salaries of Indonesian Migrant Workers as payment for job placement.

Address

Jl. Magetan No. 51 RT. 07, RW 06 Kel. Yosowilangun, Kec. Manyar, Gresik 61151 Jawa Timur

Phone

+62 31 3953 224 / 0816 220 600

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Services

Rifka Annisa (Resource development center for the elimination of violence against women)

Rifka Annisa supports women survivors of GBV through counselling, legal support, shelter, etc

Address

Jln. Jambon IV, Kompleks Jatimulyo Indah Yogyakarta 55242

Phone

+62-274 -553333

Website

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Services

  • Legal Aid
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care

RPTC Dinas Sosial Propinsi NTB (RPTC of West Nusa Tenggara Provincial Social Affairs office)

Address

Jl. Langko No.57 Kota Mataram, Langko

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Reintegration
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy

RPTC Kab. Lombok Barat (RPTC of Lombok Barat district)

Address

Jl. Soekarno Hatta Gerung Kabupaten Lombok Barat

Phone

+62 087-765-125-630

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy

RPTC Sumenep

Address

Jl. Raung No.5 Pabian Kab. Sumenep, Provinsi Jawa Timur

Phone

+62 087861000794

Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Rumah Faye

Rumah Faye works to prevent the trafficking, abuse and exploitation of children. It has three programs: prevention (education, child protection network, advocacy), rescue (case management, referrals) and recovery (comprehensive services).

Address

Sopo Del Office Tower & Lifestyle, Tower A Lt.9 Jl. Mega Kuningan Barat Lot.10,1-6 Kuningan Timur,Setiabudi, Jakarta Selatan 12950 -- Ruko Citra Nusa Niaga (CNN) Blok B3 No. 6 Jl. Hang Kesturi Kawasan Industri Kabil Kec. Nongsa Kel. Kabil, Kota Batam Provinsi Kepulauan Riau 29467

Email

info@rumahfaye.or.id / batam@rumahfaye.or.id

Phone

+62 819 999 01013 / +62 778 7100138

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Rumah Perlindungan Sosial Anak/RSPA (Social Protection House for Children)

RPSA provides comprehensive services including shelter for children. Currently, there are 25 RPSA provided in many regions in Indonesia funded by the Ministry of Social Affairs, local Social Services and NGOs.

Address

Jl. Swadaya II No.85, RT.6/RW.1 Bambu Apus, Jakarta Timur, 13890

Phone

+62 21 8441 431

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration

Rumah Perlindungan Sosial Wanita/ RPSW (Safe House for Women)

RPSW is a protection house under the Directorate of Social Rehabilitation and Victim of Trafficking that provides protection, recovery, and social rehabilitation, advocacy, repatriation, and social reintegration for victims of trafficking especially victims of sexual exploitation. This shelter is dedicated for male adult victims only.

Address

Komplek Depsos Jl. Tat Twam Asi No.47, RT.8/RW.2, Gedong, Kec. Ps. Rebo. Jakarta Timur, 13760

Phone

+62 21 8400 631

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention

Sakura Indonesia Al Jamaan Foundation

Foundation works with trafficked persons, victims of domestic violence and socially vulnerable groups (elderly, disabled, dropout teenagers, refugees). It offers case management, legal assistance, comprehensive social rehabilitation (provisional shelter, counseling, victim accompaniment, vocational training and case referral), and repatriation (in cooperation with the relevant authorities).

Address

Perumahan Griya Tonjong Asri Blok B2 No. 22 Waringin Jaya Bojonggede Bogor

Email

sdaengcaya@yahoo.com

Phone

+62 81315674408

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

SATGAS Satuan Tugas TKIB (Entry Point Task Force)

Formed by governors/regents/mayors and operational at entry points where migrant workers return to Indonesia. It provides temporary shelter, medical assistance, psychological counselling and other services for migrants returning to Indonesia. This Satuan Tugas is led by the Ministry of Development and Culture in close coordination with the Ministry of Social Affairs under the Migrant Workers Protection Directorate.

Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Repatriation

Serikat Buruh Migran Indonesia (Association of Indonesian Migrant Workers)

SBMI is operated by former, present or aspiring Indonesian migrant workers and their families. It has 49 offices all over the country and provides Indonesian migrant workers with victim assistance, legal support, complaints assistance, reintegration, and economic empowerment. SBMI is a member of the Task Force for Human Trafficking Prevention and Control. In addition, it is also a member of an Anti-Trafficking Coalition which is endorsed by seven Ministries and Government Agencies.

Address

Jl. Pengadegan Utara I No 1 A RT 08/06 Pancoran South Jakarta 12270

Email

sekretariat@sbmi.or.id

Phone

+62 021-7919 3879

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Legal Aid
  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Social Rehabilitation Centre for Children Needing Special Protection (BRSAMPK)

Services

Solidaritas Perempuan (Women’s Solidarity for Human Rights)

SP promotes, defends and increases awareness of human rights with a focus on women's rights. It has a program on protecting women migrant workers that comprises of capacity building, organizing, handling cases, advocacy and campaigns.

Address

Jl. Siaga II RT.002 RW.005 No.36 Pasar Minggu, Kel. Pejaten Barat. Jakarta Selatan 12510

Email

soliper@centrin.net.id

Phone

(62-21) 79183108

Website

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Services

  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy

SOS Children’s Villages

SOS Children's Villages is active in supporting the rights of children and provides protection, family and safe homes for children who have or are at risk of losing parental care. Its villlages are spread across 8 cities, namely Banda Aceh, Meulaboh, Medan, Jakarta, Lembang, Semarang, Tabanan, and Flores.

Address

Jl. Sari Endah No.9 Bandung 40152 - Indonesia

Email

sos@sos.or.id

Phone

+62 22-2012 881

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Education

Talitha Koumi

TK combats the sex trafficking of young girls in Indonesia through photo reports, conferences and direct victim support.

Address

690 rang de la Montagne, Québec, Canada

Email

info@talithakoumi.org

Phone

+1 450 330 1381

Website

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Services

  • Victim Identification
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Task Force for the Prevention and Handling of Criminal Act of Human Trafficking

The Indonesian Task Force for the prevention and handling of TIP is a coordinating body tasked with coordinating efforts to prevent and handle TIP in Indonesia. The Task Force implements the five-years National Plan of Action for Eradication of Human Trafficking, which comprises of the following program clusters and key members:
  • Sub-Task Force on Prevention, led by the Ministry of Education and Culture
  • Sub-Task Force on Medical Rehabilitation led by Ministry of Health;
  • Sub-Task Force on Social Rehabilitation, Repatriation, and Social Reintegration led by Ministry of Social Affairs;
  • Sub-Task Force on Development of Legal Norms led by Ministry of Law and Human Rights;
  • Sub-Task Force on Law Enforcement led by the Indonesian National Police (POLRI); and
  • Sub-Task Force on Coordination and Cooperation led by Ministry of Manpower.
The Ministry of Development and Culture acts as the Chairman of the Task Force, while the Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection serves as the daily chairman of the Task Force and leads the day-to-day operation of the Task Force secretariat.

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Services

  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Transnational Crime Task Force

Transnational Crime Task Force was formed based on the Attorney General's Decree number KEPJA No. 146 / A / 11/2008 dated 12 November 2008. It has 28 members consisting of leadership, management and administration, technical operational and secretariat. It handles and prosecutes cases related to terorism, people smuggling and human trafficking.

Address

Jl. Sultan Hasanuddin No.1 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan, 12110

Email

humas.puspenkum@kejaksaan.go.id

Phone

+62 21 7221 269

Website

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Services

  • Coalition Building
  • Networking
  • Prevention

UPTD PPA

The campaign of forming the UPTD PPA was initiated in March 2020 as a response from the Central Government to increasing trends of TIP cases. Initially, the policy of MoWECP was to support the funding and capacity building of P2TP2A which is organized by the community. It has since taken over the responsibility of running the UPTD PPA. The new policy is to mandate local governments to form UPTD PPA. The P2TP2A still operates during the transitional phase or alongside the UPTD PPA.

Address

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.15 Gambir, Jakarta Pusat, 10110

Phone

+62 821 2575 1234 / +62 21 3842 638 / +62 21 3805 563

Website

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Services

  • Prevention

Women’s Rainbow Institute

Raise awareness of the rights of young LBT women.

Services

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Work Unit: Assistant Deputy for Protection of Women’s Rights from the Criminal Act of Trafficking

The Work Unit runs day to day Anti-Trafficking Programming for MoWECP and functions as the Secretariat of the Anti-Trafficking Task Force with direct supervision from the Deputy of Women's Rights and Protection. It is tasked to coordinate with members of the task force from other ministries and agencies

Services

  • Prevention

Yasanti

Yasanti protects the labour rights of women workers particularly in the informal sector in Jogja and in Ungaran working with factory workers. It educates and trains women about internal trafficking to industries in Central Java.

Address

l. Puntodewo DK VII No. 1 Jomegatan RT. 11, Ngestiharjo, Kasihan, Bantul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, 55182

Email

yasanti_yogya@yahoo.com

Phone

+62–274–375908

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Services

  • Prevention

Yayasan Pulih

Pulih Foundation provides psychological assistance to victims of abuse, including refugees and psychosocial strengthening for individuals/communities. It does not work directly on TIP.

Address

Jl. Teluk Peleng 63 A AL-Rawa Bambu Complex Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta 12520

Email

pulihfoundation@gmail.com

Phone

+62 21 788 42 580

Website

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Services

  • Recovery
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Yayasan Sakura Indonesia (Sakura Indonesia Foundation)

Foundation works with trafficked persons, victims of domestic violence and socially vulnerable groups (elderly, disabled, dropout teenagers, refugees). It offers case management, legal assistance, comprehensive social rehabilitation (provisional shelter, counseling, victim accompaniment, vocational training and case referral), and repatriation (in cooperation with the relevant authorities).

Address

"Perumahan Griya Tonjong Asri Blok B2 No. 22 Waringin Jaya Bojonggede Bogor
Tel: +62 81315674408/ + 62 852-80076607
Email: fuji.harumjaya@gmail.com"

Website

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Services

  • Shelter
  • Victim Identification
  • Recovery
  • Repatriation
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Prevention
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking

Yayasan Sayap Ibu Jakarta (Mothers Wings Foundation, Jakarta)

Yayasan Sayap Ibu provides a home to protect and care for the growth and development of neglected children with multiple disabilities. It also supports the government in fulfilling children’s rights to protection and care. It has branches in Jakarta, Yogjakarta, Banten and East Java.

Address

Jl. Barito II/55 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan

Email

admin@sayapibujakarta.org

Phone

+62 21-7221763 and 021-72801912

Website

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Services

  • Legal Documentation
  • Shelter
  • Recovery
  • Medical/Healthy Care
  • Education
  • Reintegration
  • Research
  • Coalition Building
  • Networking