Trafficking in Indonesia

Australian Institute of Criminology Trends and Issues Papers

The Australian Institute of Criminology has recently analysed data from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) Indonesia counter-trafficking database.  The results of their analysis can be found in three Trends and Issues Papers released but the A.I.C. in May 2013.  These papers look at issues such as the experiences of trafficked people, the range of exploitative conditions these people experience, the support needs of trafficking victims and the factors that inhibit a trafficked person’s willingness and ability to participate in criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Click on the following links to download copies of the Trends and Issues papers.

Experiences of trafficked people:  an Indonesian sample

Exploitation of Indonesian trafficked men, women and children and implications for support

Barriers to trafficked persons’ involvement in criminal justice proceedings: an Indonesian case study

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