“Lapas anak Kupang” Sumber: Database CDS
Protecting Detainees and Inmates’s Human Right Since 2009
Center for Detention Studies (CDS) has actively conducted many types of research and advocacies regarding the implementation of the correctional system in Indonesia. The result will subsequently be compiled as recommendations referring to the improvement, such as overcoming overcrowding, overstaying, high-risk prisoners, and children dealing with law, as well as improvement in public service and organizational reinforcement.
CDS always ahead and brings changes on actualizing correctional system that is professional and aligns with human rights principles.
CDS has responded and given solution to problems swiftly regarding correctional system in Indonesia.
CDS is trying to see the overcoming issues critically and systematically to get comprehensive understanding about it.
Center for Detention Studies?
Since 2009, CDS has given an extensive contribution to the improvement and empowerment of correctional system reform in Indonesia.
Expertise in Correctional Issues
CDS has conducted various research on correctional issues. CDS is not only having a good understanding of the condition of correction in Indonesia but also learn about the correction exercise in different countries and formulate the right method of its implementation in Indonesia
Variation on Educational Background
Supported by human resources with various expertise and background, CDS is continued to be a think-tank organization on correction and human right issues.
Due to cooperation that has been built since 2009, CDS had hold trust from various institution including Directorate General of Correction to provide solutions to correctional problems. CDS also builds a good relationship with government institutions, non-governmental organizations, former inmates association, and universities across Indonesia.
Become an excellent research center about correctional issues to realize restorative justice.
- Encouraging changes in correctional policy-oriented restorative justice.
- Producing academic-based correctional research.
- Conducting periodic visits to prisons and detention centers
Board of Director
M. Ali Aranoval
Deputy of Internal
Lollong M. Awi
Deputy of Internal
Shanti Ayu Prawitasari
Dhea Safila Haryadi
Indriana Mega Kresna
Hanifah Nur Fadhila
Agatha Florencia Resley
Daniella Talita Putri