Yuniar Paramita Sari

Yuniar's Doctoral research explores the prevention of human trafficking in Southeast Asia by understanding the rights of perpetrators.

Yuniar’s research seeks to understand the treatment of perpetrators of human trafficking in Southeast Asia during the criminal justice process. Yuniar’s case study explores trafficking in commercial sex and domestic servitude in Indonesia. She critiques the current human rights-based approach embedded in the¬†Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Convention against Trafficking in Persons. In particular, the emphasis on victim protection. Her research will propose how human rights for the perpetrator should be accommodated to help stop human trafficking and enhance the effectiveness of a human rights-based approach to counter human trafficking.

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human trafficking, human rights, access to justice to perpetrators, ASEAN's policies