Indonesia Newsletter

Newsletter issue XXV


Trafficking and Organized Crime

Forest Crimes

Indonesia Office

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What's New

UNODC Indonesia trains Central Kalimantan forest rangers in law enforcement

Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, 15 June 2012 - Across the planet, the forests of Indonesia are the ones which are disappearing fastest. The cause? Illegal logging, the illicit trafficking of natural resources, and deforestation for planting palm oil trees. Dig deeper and the real causes are corruption... [Read More] [baca dalam Bahasa Indonesia]

UNODC Indonesia Country Programme launched

Jakarta, 28 May 2012 - The UNODC Indonesia Country Programme was officially launched at a signing ceremony at BAPPENAS headquarters by Mr. Rizki Ferianto, MA, Deputy of Politics, Law and Defense, Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas on behalf of the Minister of State for National Development Planning/Head of... [Read More]

UNODC reports successes, tackles new and emerging threats in East Asia and Pacific

Bangkok (Thailand), 16 April 2012 - The UNODC Regional Centre for East Asia and Pacific today launched a report that records UNODC's achievements in the region for 2011 and plots future strategic priorities to counter what it calls "the dark side of globalization" in a region spanning 34 countries and territories. "Our dynamic, rapidly developing... [Read More]

10/04/12 - Indonesia 2012-2015 Country Programme Approved

09/04/12 - New UNODC publication examines impact of corruption on the environment

29/03/12 - India activists share right-to-information insights with Indonesians

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