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Within UNODC’s global and regional programmes, the UNODC Office in Indonesia delivers the Country Programme for Indonesia, in partnership with the Government of Indonesia (GoI), the national counterparts, regional bodies, international partners and other stakeholders, with a strong emphasis on supporting Indonesia’s contribution to partnership mechanisms and frameworks such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and other regional forums, including in the spirit of South-South cooperation. The partnership between Indonesia and UNODC has evolved since 2007 to become one of the most prominent country programmes for UNODC in Southeast Asia, working closely with the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) as the GoI focal point.
The vision of UNODC Country Programme in Indonesia is to contribute to ‘A safer community, free from the threats posed by organized crime, corruption, terrorism and drug use and a better criminal justice system capable of providing justice to all.’
To support this vision, UNODC’s support in the country focuses on four interdependent sub-programmes:
The Guyub programme addresses the third Sub-Programme: Criminal Justice. UNODC’s activities under the Guyub Project include:
WORKING CLOSELY WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT TO ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT AND PARTNERSHIP with the community in a manner that is prevention-focused, inclusive and empowering
SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING the rights of victims of terrorism
UNODC has been pro-actively supporting and promoting the rights of victims of terrorism in Indonesia and beyond in close partnership with the Indonesian Witness and Victim Protection Agency (LPSK).
IMPROVE COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN law enforcement, community leaders, academia, civil society organisations and international partners
UNODC enhances the preventative components of the criminal justice system through capacity building and information sharing on PVE, including training, study visits and simulation exercises both at national and community levels.