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rifka annisa s advocacy work on vaw translating evidence into policy in indonesia

Rifka Annisa’s Advocacy work on VAW: Translating evidence into policy in Indonesia

Elli Nur Hayati

Rifka Annisa, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

rifka annisa women s crisis center
Rifka Annisa Women’s Crisis Center
  • RIFKA ANNISA means “a women’s friend”, is the first women’s crisis center in Indonesia, established in 1993, in Yogyakarta.
  • The vision: To create a gender equitable society that does not tolerate violence against women
rifka annisa
RIFKA ANNISA

SAKINA FOUNDATION

  • Rifka Annisa
  • Women’s Crisis Center
  • (RAWCC) (1993)
  • Counseling (face to
  • face, hot line, internet)
  • Legal aid
  • Shelter
  • Support group
  • Public campaign
  • Community organizing
  • ADVOCACY

Rifka Annisa

Research and Training

Center (RARTC) (2003)

-training

-research

-consultancy

-technical assistance for

new GBV service providers

-internship organizer on:

WCC management

GBV case data base mana-

gement

Legal aid for GBV

Micro Credit Union

Citta Nisa Mandiri

(2004)

-micro credit and busi-

ness training for

survivor

-small business

assistance

-small business

alliance

using data base for policy changing 1
Using data base for policy changing (1)
  • Data base management on cases that reported by women to the crisis center is developed for the purpose of program development and advocacy.
  • The data have been used locally, to lobby for local policy changing in health and legal sector.
using data base for policy changing 2
Using data base for policy changing (2)

Now in Yogyakarta there are :

  • Three women’s desks in three hospitals
  • Five women’s desks in five districts in Yogyakarta
  • A tripartite referral system between the hospitals-Police department-Rifka Annisa
tripartite referral system developed by rawcc
Tripartite referral system developed by RAWCC

RIFKA ANNISA WCC

Crisis Intervension & Legal Action

Crisis Intervension, Medical & Visum et Repertum

Psychological & Legal Assistance

Psychological & Legal Assistance

MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Medical Intervension, & Visum et Repertum

POLICE WOMAN DESK

HOSPITAL BASED WOMAN DESK

Legal Action

research and advocacy
Research and Advocacy

Rifka Annisa also used qualitative and

quantitative research methods for advocacy:

  • Community prevalence survey (SEHATI study, 1999)
  • Investigative qualitative study on institutional responses to violence (1999 – 2001).
  • Qualitative study of women survivors about their experiences
the sehati study
The SEHATI Study
  • First prevalence study in Indonesia (1999)
  • RAWCC partnered with Umea University, PATH, Gadjah Mada University, and used WHO methodology
  • 1 out of every 10 women was physically abused by a partner
  • 1 out of 5 women had been sexually abused by a partner
slide14
Report was distributed widely in scientific and popular versions
  • Was endorsed by Queen of Yogyakarta, and Ministers of Health and Women’s Empowerment
  • Findings helped raise awareness about DV and to influence national polices
the sehati study contributed to policy changes
The SEHATI Study contributed to policy changes
  • National Plan of Action for the Elimination of Violence against Women in Indonesia (2000)
  • National Health Sector policy (2002)
  • “Domestic Violence Act” (2004)
ongoing challenges for dv movement
Ongoing challenges for DV movement
  • Raising awareness among providers and communities regarding DV Act
  • In Yogyakarta, local regulations for an integrated referral system for women survivors of violence (hospitals – police – women’s crisis center)
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Evidence based advocacy is key
  • Use dialogue not confrontation with policy makers
  • Engage men in violence prevention
  • Islam and feminism are not contradictory!
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