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Psychosocial and Mental Health Service Provision for Survivors of Trafficking: Baseline Research in the Greater Mekong Subregion and Indonesia

Keywords: GMS, health, Indonesia, IOM, migration, Service provision, trafficking,

This is a report prepared by Sean Devine for the International Organization of Migration, Regional Office Bangkok on the Psychosocial and Mental Health Service Provision for Survivors of Trafficking: Baseline Research in the Greater Mekong Subregion and Indonesia (IOM, 2009).

ASEAN Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers

Keywords: ASEAN, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Migrant Workers, Myanmar, Phillipines, rights, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam,

This is the ASEAN Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers as signed by the Heads of State/Governments of the ten ASEAN nation states on the 13 January 2007 (2007).

Modern Slavery in East Asia: Protecting the rights and promoting the autonomy of domestic migrant workers from Indonesia and the Philippines

Keywords: domestic work, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore,

Research giving insights into the business of migrant domestic work and providing evidence of the systematic exploitation of workers heading to two important destination countries. The report evaluates the experiences of migrants in all steps of the migration process, and analyzes how these experiences have shaped migration outcomes (Farsight, 2016)

'The Harvest is in My Blood': Hazardous Child Labor in Tobacco Farming in Indonesia

Keywords: child labour, Indonesia, tobacco,

Research including interviews with more than 130 children working on tobacco farms in Indonesia, and documenting major risks that could have long-term consequences on the health and development of child workers. It also discusses the responsibilities of the government as well as tobacco companies in preventing human rights abuses in the tobacco industry (Human Rights Watch, 2016)

The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil

Keywords: Indonesia, palm oil,

Research examining living and working conditions of labourers on palm oil plantations owned by Indofood, and documenting various exploitative practices carried out by the company. The report also provides recommendations to Indofood, partners and customers of Indofood, financial institutions that engage directly with Indofood, and also the Indonesian government to stop the exploitation of workers on palm oil plantations (Oppuk, Rainforest Action Network & ILRF, 2016)

The Great Palm Oil Scandal: Labour Abuses Behind Big Brand Names

Keywords: exploitation, Indonesia, Labour, palm oil,

This report investigates the palm oil industry in Indonesia and the human rights abuses and labour exploitation that lie therein. The report outlines the experiences of those who work in this industry, as well as how many international corporations are complicit in allowing these conditions to prevail (Amnesty International, 2016)

Report on Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Fisheries Crime in the Indonesian Fishing Industry

Keywords: Fishing, Indonesia,

Research based on 285 interviews with trafficked fishermen and other data sources providing a glimpse into a far-reaching and well-entrenched criminal industry operating alongside the legitimate fishing industry, and often overlapping (Coventry University, Government of Indonesia, IOM, 2016)

Our Lives. Vulnerability and Resilience Among Indonesian Trafficking Victims

Keywords: (Re)integration, community, evidence-based research, exploitation, Family, GMS, Indonesia, rehabilitation, TIP,

This report presents the experiences of Indonesian survivors of trafficking and their family members in the effort to promote greater understanding and sensitivity in anti-trafficking programs, projects and policies (NEXUS Institute, 2017).

Going Home. Challenges in the Reintegration of Trafficking Victims in Indonesia

Keywords: (Re)integration, ASEAN, human trafficking, Indonesia, modern slavery, TIP,

Going Home tracks the uncertain and precarious path toward recovery faced by many victims of human trafficking in Indonesia. It was published with the goal of both assisting trafficking victims as well as increasing effective prevention and control of trafficking (NEXUS Institute, 2016).