The office in Jakarta was established in 2005, with the purpose of supporting the expanding collaboration with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights at the time. We have a Memorandum of Understanding with the Directorate General of Corrections (DGC) under the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in Indonesia for its work in the justice and corrections sectors.
As of 2015, this office has also supported regional activities, notably the regional study on juvenile justice, and as of 2016, our regional Asia-Pacific programme has been coordinated from Jakarta.
A process of upgrading the office to a regional office will continue in 2017, when a main task will be to consolidate and coordinate the implementation of the new regional programme and other planned activities and cooperation.
Staff in Jakarta
Jason Squire worked in law enforcement and prosecution for 16 years before entering the humanitarian development world. He worked as a police officer in South Australia. Later, he uncovered mass graves as an investigator of crimes against humanity with the UN. He then moved into the children’s rights field throughout Asia, the Middle East, eastern Europe and north Africa.
Jason then stepped away from humanitarian work and completed a PhD with Universiti Sains Malaysia, focused on where human/child rights and the philosophy that guides Shariah law can be better integrated into Malaysian civil law responses to vulnerable children in custody. He has now joined the Raoul Wallenberg Institute as Director of the Regional Asia Office in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Wulan holds a bachelor degree in Mass Communication from Universitas Indonesia, a degree in German language from the same University and a postgraduate diploma in Events Management from Switzerland. Wulan has previous work experience as Administrative and Finance department of the 6th ASEAN Para Games, Account and Promotion Executive in FEMINA group and as an Au-pair in Austria.
Lina has been working with RWI since December 2017. She has ten years of experience in various international development projects as an administrator. She performs administrative functions concerned with RWI’s projects.
Sri Aryani has over 15 years of experience in managing programs, particularly in the areas of labour migration, access to justice, and civil society empowerment. Prior to joining RWI, she worked for UNDP Indonesia, facilitating engagement with the private sector and other stakeholders. She also has experience in conducting research and providing assistance for CSOs in collaboration with various organizations, including the Open Society Foundation, OXFAM, UN Women, and ILO. She holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology from University of Indonesia, focusing on gender and migration.
Yudha is a Communication Officer at RWI Jakarta office, who manages the media and communication for RWI Jakarta. He joined the RWI in 2020 and he has experience in managing media and communication for 10 years.
Before joining the RWI, Yudha is a former journalist at Indonesia state-owned news agency ANTARA. He also joined the UN FAO as Communication Specialist and working closely with farmers from the East Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia and Timor Leste on the issue of conservation agriculture. Later, he worked as Communication Officer for UNDP and has managed the reports, media campaign, and publications for the National Parks and Protected Areas conservation in Sulawesi island of Indonesia.
Yudha holds Master Global Media Communication from The University of Melbourne, Australia. He finished his Bachelor`s degree in Sociology at University of Indonesia.
Windi Arini is a Programme Officer at RWI’s Jakarta Office and works within the Inclusive Societies focus area.
Windi holds a Master of Philosophy in Theory and Practice of Human Rights from the University of Oslo. Prior to joining RWI, se worked as a Human Rights Officer at the ASEAN Secretariat and as a Programme Manager for a law office.
KMO Building, 6th floor, Suite 610
Jl Kyai Maja No.1 Jakarta Selatan
12120 Phone: 021-27092823
Website : www.rwi.or.id