Advancing Access to Justice for Young People who Use Drugs in Indonesia

The USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights has began a new project in June 2015 with the Open Society Foundations focused on strengthening the capacity of and increasing access to justice for people who use drugs, with a special focus on young populations in Indonesia.

As part of this project the program is partnering with and providing technical assistance to LBH Masyarakat, a well-respected organization that provides pro-bono legal aid for poor and marginalized populations in Indonesia and works on community legal empowerment at the grass roots level through the provision of legal and human rights education.




  • Status: Ongoing
  • Investigators: Sofia Gruskin, Laura Ferguson
  • Funder: Open Society Foundations
  • Collaborators: LBH Masyarakat
  • Location: Indonesia