Institute For Migrant Rights

Institute For Migrant Rights
University name
Institute For Migrant Rights
Jl Amalia Rubini 35 RT 002/10,Sayang,Cianjur, CIANJUR 43213, Java
Contact number
0263 271769
0263 271284
Website address
Working hours
  • Monday: 08:00 - 16:00
  • Tuesday: 08:00 - 16:00
  • Wednesday: 08:00 - 16:00
  • Thursday: 08:00 - 16:00
  • Friday: 08:00 - 16:00
  • Saturday: 08:00 - 14:00
  • Sunday: Closed
Company manager Ita Anggraini
Establishment year 2007
E-mail address
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Company description
This initiative is introducing the Indonesian public as being part of a global community rather than resist it. The resistance toward globalization is considerably felt widespread among local public figures. This situation can be remedied by introducing something that shows them the practical benefits of the globalization itself. Mostly, the existing initiative has failed to link the international law and human rights. International mechanisms has rarely been used or considered neither by the activists or scholars. Therefore, the initiative will be a pioneer in exploring the international law for the benefits of individuals. And it will also be useful to the migrant workers, mostly the low income migrant sex worker and Indonesian migrant workers, who couldn’t access the luxury of the  
Show more international law. Additionally, the aspiration of these low-income workers can also be heard by the international community that in turn will urge them to respond in appropriate ways.Therefore, the initiative will serve as a bridge between the aspiration of locals and the applicable international norms.

This initiative is woman-centered. Every decision that is taken reflects the representation of women in the Institute. Therefore, every effort is putting significant more emphasis on addressing the peculiarity of the women’s conditions by focusing on the situation of female Indonesian domestic workers and foreign sex workers in Indonesia. Recently, the Institute have also adopting the policy of affirmative action by placing women, at least one, in the board of directors as mandatory. In addition, the Institute is also placing particular emphasis on the contribution of ethnic minorities in every project. It is shown in our membership that give the equal oportunities for all that have succeed with the recruitment of Chinese Indonesian Women as a members of our board of directors. And in the proposed project the Institute will also inviting more Chinese women to get more involve by interacting with the locals, especially the Islamic communities.


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