ICLU: Women Behind Bars in Indonesia

This edition of ICLU discusses the regulation in Indonesia regarding the rights of women in prison. Even though the number of imprisoned women in Indonesia is much less than men, women are naturally require different treatment. Based on the available data as of now, there is a trend that the number of imprisoned women is increasing in Indonesia.

By looking into various regulations that stipulate the rights of women in prison, ICJR hopes that it may encourage a policy change on the protection of the rights of women in prison

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