Indonesia

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Dr. Nicky Pouw, Katie Hodgkinson MSc, Mariëlle Le Mat MSc, Karel van Dam MSc15 Nov 2017

This report presents the results of a scientific research on the topic of Social Exclusion of Vulnerable Youth, commissioned by SOS Children’s Villages Netherlands.

Cindy Wockner and Komang Erviani - News Corp Australia Network13 Aug 2017

A pilot project is running five investigations of child sexual abuse in Bali, including two investigations at orphanages where staff are believed to be sexually abusing the children in their care. 

Lisa Button - Save the Children Australia & Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network24 May 2017

This report examines current policy framework and practices in five countries, namely Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and the Republic of Nauru.

Rohmatin Bonasir - BBC11 Apr 2017

This story from the BBC features Indonesia's left behind children.

Ian Lloyd Neubauer - Escape31 Mar 2017

How some orphanages in Bali use children to get money from the government and donations from tourists.

UNHCR1 Aug 2016

Global Strategy – Beyond Detention 2014-2019 is a document released by UNHCR, which aims to support governments to end the detention of asylum-seekers and refugees.  

Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik (SC Indonesia), the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs, the Alliance for Family Based Care27 Jul 2016

A video campaign on family based care that is being displayed in a major chain of cinemas in Indonesia. The video contains a message on the importance of family based care for children by representatives of all religious leaders and the Ministry of Social Affairs. 

Save the Children26 Jul 2016

This video highlights the importance of keeping children with families.

Becky Smith - Save the Children UK24 May 2016

This post is part of the Better Volunteering Better Care Initiative’s month-long spread of articles aimed at raising awareness around the issues of orphanage volunteering. In this post, the author explains that, around the world, many orphanages are being run, not by government, but by church groups and individuals who start as volunteers. “The institutions are poorly regulated and they’re doing a job that could be done by the children’s families, with the right support,” says Smith.

NYOOOZ28 Mar 2016

The Childline Foundation, along with three universities, will be conducting a mapping exercise of all child care institutions in Kerala, India, according to this article from NYOOOZ.

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