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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3681-3686

Implementation Indonesia’s Deradicalization Programme for Women and Minors Study at Handayani Social Rehabilitation Centre

Muji Novrita,*Muhamad Syauqillah, Jerry M. Logahan.


The Social Rehabilitation Handayani is a pilot project in handling minors and women exposed to terrorism in Indonesia. This study examines the implementation of deradicalization at this Centre. Initially, this Centre was a social institution and transformed into a Social Rehabilitation Centre in early 2018, and has received Foreign Terrorist Fighters back from Turkey in 2016. This research found a gap from the initial stages of deradicalization; the identification stage to the resocialization stage. Communication, limited resources, in both budget and human resources, unclear disposition and fragmented bureaucratic structures are obstacles to optimal resocialization. The collaboration observed between BNPT, Handayanirehabilitation centre under the Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs found a pattern of cooperation that occurs only at the level of coordination and has not increased in the collaboration stage so that it becomes an obstacle.

Key words: Deradicalization, Implementation, Cooperation.

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