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  • Organisation

    Pamflet is a youth-led organization that is established to encourage and strengthen youth to participate in the process of social movement, by providing the information and knowledge about activism and human rights. With three core divisions: Youth studies, Youth movement, Youth activism, we work to strengthen youth’s access to information, resource, and network related to human rights, and to encourage local youth initiatives (individual/collective) in different areas in Indonesia through activities such as research, capacity building, training, creative campaigning, and publication.

    The organization is registered as Association and consists of a number of young people under 35 years from diverse educational background and experience, i.e. communication studies, sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy, and public health. Such diversity enriches and enables us to work in a multidisciplinary manner. With a relatively small organizational structure, we conduct each activity by networking with other organizations effectively. Our funding comes from donor agencies and fundraising activities.

    We have been supported by multiple organizations from UNESCO, Hivos, TIFA Foundation (Open Society Foundation Indonesia), and EMpower (Emerging Markets Foundation). Pamflet is also involved in several civil society networks and coalitions, i.e. SEPERLIMA (Seputar Hak Kesehatan Reproduksi dan Seksualitas Remaja), a coalition that aims to strengthen youth’s access to information of sexual and reproductive health and rights (2013-2015). Since 2015, Pamflet is also involved in Public Education taskforce of Coalition for Justice and Truth Revelation (KKPK), a coalition that advocates for past human rights violations in Indonesia.

    • Organisation

      Pamflet is a youth-led organization that is established to encourage and strengthen youth to participate in the process of social movement, by providing the information and knowledge about activism and human rights. With three core divisions: Youth studies, Youth movement, Youth activism, we work to strengthen youth’s access to information, resource, and network related to human rights, and to encourage local youth initiatives (individual/collective) in different areas in Indonesia through activities such as research, capacity building, training, creative campaigning, and publication.

      The organization is registered as Association and consists of a number of young people under 35 years from diverse educational background and experience, i.e. communication studies, sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy, and public health. Such diversity enriches and enables us to work in a multidisciplinary manner. With a relatively small organizational structure, we conduct each activity by networking with other organizations effectively. Our funding comes from donor agencies and fundraising activities.

      We have been supported by multiple organizations from UNESCO, Hivos, TIFA Foundation (Open Society Foundation Indonesia), and EMpower (Emerging Markets Foundation). Pamflet is also involved in several civil society networks and coalitions, i.e. SEPERLIMA (Seputar Hak Kesehatan Reproduksi dan Seksualitas Remaja), a coalition that aims to strengthen youth’s access to information of sexual and reproductive health and rights (2013-2015). Since 2015, Pamflet is also involved in Public Education taskforce of Coalition for Justice and Truth Revelation (KKPK), a coalition that advocates for past human rights violations in Indonesia.

    • Project

      #Ini Cerita Kita – This is Our Story# phase II is meant to be a continuation of the previous program with the same name and the same fund. The objective of this project is to improve opportunities for deaf young people to work by strengthening deaf young people capacity, encouraging the commitment of government, and raising public awareness to the issue of deaf people employment. The project is a collaborative work between Pamflet, Gerkatin Kepemudaan (Indonesia Deaf Youth Movement for Welfare), and Sedap Films with technical advice from the International Labor Organization.

      We will collaboratively conduct activities as our effort to contribute to solving the unemployment problem among people with disabilities, especially deaf young people. The methods we take are (1) strengthening deaf young people capacity about their rights at work through a workshop, (2) documentary film production which tells a success story of deaf young people who works, (3) film screening to raise public awareness and support to deaf young people to work, (4) digital media utilization to amplify the campaign about deaf young people potential to work, and (5) national stakeholders meeting to foster the commitment of governments and public sectors in enabling access and opportunities for deaf young people in workplace.

      Unemployed deaf young females are encouraged to participate in this initiative. Deaf young people who participate in the workshop will also produce vlogs to explain all the materials they get. The participation of deaf young people will continue to all activities conducted. A wider group of deaf young people are also encouraged to produce vlogs which tell stories about their experience in the workplace. All of these will be campaign materials used to raise awareness and support from the public to deaf young people to be able to work. Thus, this support will encourage stakeholders (governments, public sectors, and government training centre) to enable access and opportunity for deaf young people in the workplace. The impact of this project will contribute to a lower unemployment rate among people with disability, especially deaf people. Huge support from public and commitment from stakeholders will also contribute to changing paradigm of society and employers who consider people with disability as helpless people or an obstacle in the workplace.

  • Project

    #Ini Cerita Kita – This is Our Story# phase II is meant to be a continuation of the previous program with the same name and the same fund. The objective of this project is to improve opportunities for deaf young people to work by strengthening deaf young people capacity, encouraging the commitment of government, and raising public awareness to the issue of deaf people employment. The project is a collaborative work between Pamflet, Gerkatin Kepemudaan (Indonesia Deaf Youth Movement for Welfare), and Sedap Films with technical advice from the International Labor Organization.

    We will collaboratively conduct activities as our effort to contribute to solving the unemployment problem among people with disabilities, especially deaf young people. The methods we take are (1) strengthening deaf young people capacity about their rights at work through a workshop, (2) documentary film production which tells a success story of deaf young people who works, (3) film screening to raise public awareness and support to deaf young people to work, (4) digital media utilization to amplify the campaign about deaf young people potential to work, and (5) national stakeholders meeting to foster the commitment of governments and public sectors in enabling access and opportunities for deaf young people in workplace.

    Unemployed deaf young females are encouraged to participate in this initiative. Deaf young people who participate in the workshop will also produce vlogs to explain all the materials they get. The participation of deaf young people will continue to all activities conducted. A wider group of deaf young people are also encouraged to produce vlogs which tell stories about their experience in the workplace. All of these will be campaign materials used to raise awareness and support from the public to deaf young people to be able to work. Thus, this support will encourage stakeholders (governments, public sectors, and government training centre) to enable access and opportunity for deaf young people in the workplace. The impact of this project will contribute to a lower unemployment rate among people with disability, especially deaf people. Huge support from public and commitment from stakeholders will also contribute to changing paradigm of society and employers who consider people with disability as helpless people or an obstacle in the workplace.

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