JANGAN KEMBALI (NEVER AGAIN), is an anti trafficking documentary film produced by IOM Indonesia narrating one of ex trafficked victims, Memey, who has now been recovered and able to benefit the community at large by her current activities as an HIV counselor and activist. The documentary film aims at spreading the messages of the dangers of trafficking in persons, as well as conveys the message to the trafficked victims to keep optimistic to observe their future. The documentary also spots the views of both Indonesian national and sub national government in light of their efforts in combatting trafficking in persons.
UPCLOSE : Indonesian Women in Leadership and Migration
As of this writing, 54% of leadership positions, among national staff (G5 and above) in IOM Indonesia, are held by Indonesian women. This article will showcase four female national officers – whose collective experience, skills, and talents - represent the core quality of IOM Indonesia’s work. The inter-woven commitment and voices of Ibu Gaut, Katheleen, Tirta, and Elfrida aptly characterize the tapestry that is IOM Indonesia as a dynamic and diverse mission.
The EU and Body Shop Indonesia Support IOM Safe Migration Comic
IOM’s safe migration comic book was developed in 2013, with funding support from the EU, and in response to the request from the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (Kemnakertrans) for information materials on migration procedures based on national labour migration laws and regulations. Taking into consideration its primary target group, mostly prospective overseas migrant workers living rural areas, Kemnakertrans, IOM Indonesia, and the National Board for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Overseas Worker (BNP2TKI) – packaged these information in a comic book format.