This is the report of Jangkar, the National Action Network for Drug Harm Reduction in Indonesia, and the Open Society Institute. The report is one of the first attempts to assess and depict the extent of the complicated nature of drug use and human rights violations in Indonesia. Since the document is the pdf version of a printed bilingual publication in Indonesian and English, the English version should be read from back to front.
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