With support from the Open Society Foundations, the Program on Global Health & Human Rights at the USC Institute for Global Health partnered with LBH Masyarakat, a human rights organization in Indonesia, to increase access to justice for people who use drugs.
USC’s team provides technical assistance to LBH Masyarakat, which provides pro-bono legal aid for poor and marginalized populations. The project focused on carrying out research on the health impacts of community legal empowerment through human rights education, with a special focus on people who use drugs in Indonesia.
- Years Active: 2014 – Present
- Investigators: Sofia Gruskin, Laura Ferguson
- Funder: Open Society Foundations
- Collaborators: LBH Masyarakat
- Location: Indonesia
- Rights-based evaluation examines implications of Indonesia legal aid group (10/2/2015)
- Indonesia project aims to increase access to justice, health, human rights (6/23/2015)