Indonesia’s humane handling of irregular migrants is a regional success story, participants at an IOM-facilitated meeting of Indonesian National Police public affairs officers have been told.
Efforts to repatriate the first of hundreds of men trafficked onto foreign fishing boats last week coincided with the latest International Organization for Migration and the Indonesian government cooperative maritime security initiative.
The International Organization for Migration and the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Centre for Education and Training (Pusdiklat Kemenlu) ran a two-day workshop about people smuggling and the management of irregular migrants for junior-level diplomats on 7 and 8 Septem
The International Organization for Migration launched a three-day training on the human rights aspects of migration management for a dozen professional staff and lecturers from Indonesia’s Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham), in Bogor, West Java, on August 18.
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By Paul Dillon
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