• IOM Held Public Outreach Events on Safe Migration in Atambua and Kupang


    In 14 and 15 February 2015, IOM Indonesia and the Indonesian Ministry of Labor and Transmigration held two consecutive Public Outreach events in the province of East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), with the support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy. The first was held in the city of Atambua, district of Belu at 14 February, and organized in cooperation with the  Catholic Diocese of Atambua. The second one was held a day later at the city of Naibonat, capital district of Kupang, in cooperation with Rumah Perempuan Kupang (the Kupang Women’s House). Both events were attended and opened by Mr. Hanif Dhakiri, the Minister of Labor. Dhakiri also acted as the main speaker for the two events. More than 5,000 people attended the events.  

  • Police Reform through Community Policing


    With the funding support of the Dutch Government and the European Union, IOM Indonesia and the INP through its Education and Training Institutions (LemdikPol), Baharkam, Community Guidance Division (Binmas), and in cooperation with the National Human Rights Commission (Komnas H

  • Capacity Building for Law Enforcement in Indonesia


    IOM Indonesia signed the Technical Agreement on Cooperation for Capacity Building for Law Enforcement (TA), with the Indonesian National Police (INP), the third lar

  • Community Housing Facilities in Indonesia


    For the past 13 years, IOM Indonesia has been at the forefront in supporting the Indonesian Government’s continuing efforts to promote alternatives to detention for refugees and smuggled migrants.

  • Women's Shelter in Makassar and Medan


    IOM supports 2 shelters for migrant women in Medan (North Sumatra) and Makassar (South Sulawesi) -  the cities predominantly hosting migrants under IOM care.