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Indonesia: Situation of sexual minorities, including legislation, treatment by society and authorities, state protection and support services available (2013- June 2015)

8 July 2015 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonésie : information sur la situation des minorités sexuelles, y compris sur les lois, le traitement que la société et les autorités leur réservent, la protection que l'État leur offre et les services de soutien disponibles (2013-juin 2015)

8 July 2015 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: Situation of Chinese-Indonesians, including Christians; treatment by society and authorities (2012-April 2015)

2 April 2015 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonésie : information sur la situation des Indonésiens d'origine chinoise, y compris les chrétiens; information sur le traitement qui leur est réservé par la société et les autorités (2012-avril 2015)

2 April 2015 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Is it an offence to engage in political activities to oppose the Helsinki MoU and if yes, what is the formal name of the offence? 2. Please provide English translations of the following laws/articles/sections of Indonesian law: a. Article 7, Clause (1), Letter (g) Indonesian Criminal Code b. Article 112, Clause (1) and Clause (2) Indonesian Criminal Code c. Article 113 Indonesian Criminal Code d. Law Number 2, 2002 regarding the National Police of the Republic of Indonesia 3. Are there reports that the Acehnese community misunderstood that the MoU and subsequent 2006 elections would provide independence as opposed to autonomy for Aceh? 4. What are the consequences of not appearing when summoned to attend an Indonesian police station? 5. Can Indonesian police access immigration departure records to ascertain if an individual has departed Indonesia? 6. In 2003 DFAT advised there is no formal requirement to provide a police clearance with a passport application. Are there reports of this having changed (i.e. were police clearances required in 2011?)

10 January 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please explain briefly how Ahmadiyah Islam differs from the majority Islam in Indonesia. 2. Is proselytising a key feature of Ahmadiyah Islam? 3. Please provide an update on the latest advice (of 29 June 2011) on the treatment of Ahmadis in Indonesia. Is the ban against Ahmadis still in place?

9 January 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Is polygamy, under Indonesian law, subject to agreement from the existing wife? 2. Is polygamy forced upon unwilling wives through social pressure or physical violence? 3. Do authorities protect women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, from attacks by their husbands and others? 4. Do authorities encourage or coerce women who have separated from their husbands due to polygamy, to reconcile with their husbands? 5. Do Muslim religious leaders and followers target women fleeing polygamous marriages?

28 July 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Is there any demographic information about the numbers of Catholics or Christians in Maumere and Flores? 2. Please identify the name of the Catholic Church in Maumere, and its location, and the identity of the priest there in 2009-2010. 3. Is there any information about religious violence in Maumere, Flores between Catholics and Muslims? 4. Is there any information to suggest that authorities on Flores would not act on allegations of religious violence in the area or would not act against Muslims perpetrating such violence?

29 June 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. What is the position of Chinese Buddhists in Denpasar? Have there been any recent reports of Chinese women being raped or burning and looting of Chinese homes? If so, when? 2. Is there any indication that the 1998 riots could re-occur? 3. Would a Chinese person who was being harassed or badly treated by local Indonesians be able to get assistance from local authorities?

20 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide relevant information about Gerakan Aceh Merdeka (GAM), including its history and the development of the movement. What is the situation for GAM members or supporters now? 2. What is the Komite Peralihan Aceh (KPA)? 3. Please provide relevant information about Tentara Nasional Indonesia (TNI). 4. Please provide relevant information about Indonesian intelligence. For example, are they known to monitor or spy on Acehnese, including vocal anti-MoU Acehnese living in Malaysia? 5. Can Malaysian permanent residents become citizens of Malaysia? If, yes, what are the qualification requirements? 6. Is Malaysia a signatory to the Refugee Convention? 7. Is it plausible that the UNHCR in Malaysia has stopped providing such assistance to Acehnese separationists? The relevant time period is March 2010. 8. Is Singapore a signatory to the Refugee Convention? 9. How would a vocal anti-MoU Acehnese be treated by the Indonesian authorities in Aceh and other parts of Indonesia? 10. Is there evidence of Indonesian authorities targeting Indonesians including Acehnese Indonesians in Malaysia who are anti-MoU - and who are vocal and open about this position? 11. Is it plausible that the Malaysian security agencies including the police would refuse protection to Malaysian permanent residents who are at risk of serious harm (including getting killed, kidnapped, and/or assaulted) at the hands of Indonesians - including Indonesians of Acehnese background living in Malaysia or visiting Malaysia from Indonesia? 12. Can a person in Indonesia openly advocate for an independent Aceh without being at risk of harm from Indonesian authorities?

4 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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