(International Day of Peace)
SCORP CIMSA FK UIN SH
Lack of access to health care, education, and employment make refugees particularly vulnerable to health emergencies and the conditions of daily living. Most refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia are domiciled in Jakarta and its surroundings. They live in overcrowded places, such as immigration detention houses, tents, or cramped apartments. Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, the situation is very challenging for refugees because of their limited access to health and hygiene facilities also they are very likely to experience mental disorders due to great stress. Due to the lack of access in the health sector and also in the field of work for refugees, SCORP CIMSA FK UIN SH made a podcast and infographic as well as an educational video that discussed refugees right to health including the rights associated with their social and economic conditions in Indonesia during this pandemic. This campaign is also held to celebrate the International Day of Peace 2021.
On Tuesday, 21st of September 2021, SCORP CIMSA FK UIN SH held an International Day of Peace Campaign. This activity includes an air campaign that consists of infographics, educational videos, and also a podcast that discusses refugees’ rights to health, This IDoP podcast was lead by Desy Rahmawati Aziz as Legal Aid and Empowerment Staff of SUAKA Indonesia. The podcast was published on September 21st, 2021 CIMSA FK UIN SH’s Instagram, and was guided by a moderator from SCORP CIMSA FK UIN SH batch 2020, Zakya Nursyahida. In addition to podcasts, we also published infographics and educational videos on CIMSA FK UIN SH’s Instagram that discussed refugees right to health including the rights associated with their social and economic conditions in Indonesia during this pandemic on September 21st, 2021.
Hopefully, this event will be useful and beneficial to all listeners and those people who are involved in the implementation of the campaign. This event is held to increase our awareness about refugees' rights to health and what can we do to help them. We hope that this campaign can have a positive impact on the social environment of the wider community.