Detention, Abuse, and Neglect of Migrant Children in Indonesia
June 24, 2013
This 86-page report details Indonesia’s poor treatment of migrant and asylum-seeking children. They arrive in Indonesia after fleeing persecution, violence, and poverty in Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Burma, and elsewhere. Indonesia detains hundreds of migrant and asylum-seeking children each year without giving them a way to challenge their detention. Indonesian law permits up to 10 years of immigration detention. Interactive map of migration routes to Indonesia
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ISBN: 978-1-62313-0275