Unbound Now Indonesia

exists to see Indonesia free of human trafficking and lives restored.

Unbound Now
Indonesia

exists to see Indonesia free of human trafficking and lives restored.

Human traffickers exploit domestic and foreign victims in Indonesia and exploit Indonesians abroad. Each of Indonesia’s 38 provinces is a source and destination of trafficking.

Traffickers use unscrupulous recruitment agents and sub-agents, retention of identity documents, and threats of violence to keep migrants in forced labor. Indonesian migrant workers often assume debts that both Indonesian and overseas recruitment agents exploit to coerce and retain their labor. 

Up to 30 percent of individuals in commercial sex in Indonesia are girl sex trafficking victims. Sex traffickers often use debt or offers of employment in restaurants, factories, or domestic service to coerce and deceive women and girls into commercial sex, notably in Batam and Jakarta and in facilities such as spas, hotels, bars, and karaoke establishments.

The U.S State Dept TIP Report 2023

The reality of trafficking in Indonesia

Whether you suspect someone you know is being trafficked or you think you may be a victim of human trafficking, please call our 24/7 referral number. We can connect you with the right resources to take next steps.

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What we do

Launched in 2019, our Indonesia office works each day to see the 1.8 million Indonesians currently being trafficked given the ability to live in freedom.

Based in the cities of Jakarta and Lampung, the Indonesia team trains law enforcement officials, medical professionals, families and students across the islands, equipping people with the information they need to identify and respond to human trafficking and stay safe online!

The team has contextualized our proven programs into the real trafficking tactics and scenarios they see in their nation – they have already touched thousands of lives with this important information this year alone.

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Operational Manager

Kevin Jeconiah

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Operational Manager

Kevin Jeconiah

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Program Director

Tesalonika Peleal

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Program Director

Tesalonika Peleal

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Medical Director

Deby Adsit

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Medical Director

Deby Adsit

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Executive Director

Rachel Luschen

Rachel Luschen serves as the Executive Director of Unbound Now Indonesia. She began volunteering with Unbound Now in 2017 and officially launched the Indonesia office in 2019. Rachel leads local staff with the heart to train and empower Indonesians to join the fight to end human trafficking. She has a vision to establish multiple offices throughout Indonesia and raise up local leadership, to see all of Indonesia free from human trafficking. Rachel graduated from Texas A&M University with her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences in 2016.
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Executive Director

Rachel Luschen

Rachel Luschen serves as the Executive Director of Unbound Now Indonesia. She began volunteering with Unbound Now in 2017 and officially launched the Indonesia office in 2019. Rachel leads local staff with the heart to train and empower Indonesians to join the fight to end human trafficking. She has a vision to establish multiple offices throughout Indonesia and raise up local leadership, to see all of Indonesia free from human trafficking. Rachel graduated from Texas A&M University with her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences in 2016.