Sub-Programme 1: Transnational Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking
In line with national priorities, Sub-Programme 1 will target UNODC support for reducing the trafficking and smuggling of people, drugs, and illicit natural resources. In doing so, it will focus on four outcomes: (1) improving border control to counter illicit trade and trafficking by enhancing port security through capacity building and technical assistance.
In this sense, outputs include increasing knowledge, skills and training, via capacity building activities, such as joint training activities with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and other law enforcement agencies; (2) identifying and acting on operations to prevent the trafficking in persons (TIP) and the smuggling of migrants (SOM). For instance, UNODC will continue to support the efforts of the GOI in implementing the 2011 Law on Immigration and its provisions to combat SOM, while additionally assisting law enforcement officials in increasing their law enforcement capacities via computer-based training (CBT).
UNODC will continue to support regional cooperation and information sharing via the SOM Coordination and Analysis Unit; (3) identifying and effectively acting to prevent the trafficking of illegal drugs by continued support via the Global SMART Programme, which aims at monitoring and analyzing global synthetics trends; and (4) identifying and acting on the prevention of crimes associated with forests and wildlife, especially illegal logging. Precisely, this fourth outcome will focus on identifying and addressing the risks of corruption associated with REDD+, and in doing so will prioritize support to the GOI REDD+ Task Force, the Ministry of Forestry, and other climate change related initiatives in improving law enforcement in the area of natural resources protection.
Current Sub-Programme Activity
- Indonesia CP: Sub Programme 1: Transnational Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking - Outcome 1.2
- Indonesia CP: Sub Programme 1: Transnational Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking - Outcome 1.4
UNODC Indonesia' Sub-Programme 2 focuses on three outcomes: (1) improving law enforcement responses through the identification and the investigation of corrupt practices by state agencies and public officials, (2) enhancing the engagement of civil society and the media in implementing anti-corruption strategies, and (3) identifying and acting on money laundering activities and criminal assets recovery.
In doing so, UNODC works closely with the GOI in monitoring and evaluating the National Anti-Corruption Strategy (STRANAS-PK), while facilitating inter-agency cooperation and coordination amongst specialized agencies, such as KPK, INP, AGO, PPATK, BPK and the courts. While focusing on sub-national level activities, UNODC continues to support the strengthening of civil society groups by providing small grants destined for the organization of anti-corruption activities.
In addition, UNODC is dedicated in encouraging media investigations of corruption, and in so doing, envisions embarking on a nationwide anti-corruption campaign targeted at women and children to increase knowledge about corruption and its prevention.
Current Sub-Programme Activity
Sub-Programme 3: Terrorism Prevention
In collaboration with the Indonesian Government, particularly with the newly created National Counter-terrorism Agency (BNPT), UNODC' Sub-Programme 3 will aim at reinforcing this partnership by (i) establishing operational Counter-Terrorism (CT) legislative frameworks through facilitating the ratification of CT instruments by the national government.
In doing so, UNODC will support the GOI in identifying and remedying gaps in national legislation regarding mutual legal assistance (MLA) and extradition. Furthermore, Sub-Programme 3 aims at (ii) assisting the implementation of rule-of-law based responses to terrorism by criminal justice systems at the national level via manuals and guidelines drafting assistance, and (iii) enabling effective and efficient transnational cooperation on criminal justice aspects of CT through applied MLA and extradition provisions in accordance with international law.
One of UNODC's advantages in this field is its ability to facilitate the establishment of functional collaborative networks and regional networking initiatives with concerned national authorities.
Current Sub-Programme Activity
Sub-Programme 4: Criminal Justice
In line with the Indonesian Government's priority of reforming the criminal justice system in terms of increased transparence, equity and fairness, UNODC's Sub-Programme 4 seeks to leverage its expertise on that subject matter. Hence, UNODC's support to the GOI is twofold: (i) enhancing the capacity of justice sector actors to provide for fair and transparent access to justice systems by strengthening institutional oversight mechanisms, both internal and external; (ii) improving the justice system's response to vulnerable groups, particularly children and women, which includes working with provincial actors in gender mainstreaming and promoting women's rights and freedom from domestic violence.
Activities envisioned by UNODC will address the needs of domestically abused women, thus facilitating their ability to pursue their grievances through the existing justice system.
Sub-Programme 5: HIV & Aids
In line with its aims of (i) reducing drug use and dependence among drug users and vulnerable groups and (ii) reversing the HIV epidemic among drug users and in correctional settings, UNODC' Sub-Programme 5 will focus on five outcomes: (i) reducing and preventing drug use by dependents and non-dependents, (ii) facilitating access for drug dependent individuals to effective treatment and reintegration services, (iii) achieving universal access goals among people who inject drugs, as well as in correctional settings, as a way of reducing the spread of HIV, (iv) improving the quality of HIV prevention, treatment, and care via good practices, and (v) assuring sustainability of HIV prevention, treatment, and care services.
In so doing, UNODC will engage public security agencies for the adoption of a health-based, human rights approach to drug use and drug dependence, while additionally working at the community level to ensure continuity of care for those moving between correctional and community settings. Furthermore, the Office will work on research, translation and dissemination of key documents related to the spread and prevention of HIV in correctional settings into Bahasa Indonesia.