Legal implications of placement illegal Indonesian migrants
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the legal implications associated with the illegal placement of Indonesian migrant workers in the context of human rights protection and the Indonesian government’s role in addressing the illegal placement of migrant workers and protecting human rights.
Research methodology: The research method used in this study is a normative legal research method involving analysis of legal materials in the form of legal regulations, international conventions, policies, and legal instruments related to the illegal placement of Indonesian migrant workers.
Results: The results showed that the legal implications related to the illegal placement of Indonesian migrant workers differed from the upheld values of social justice, legal protection, humanity, equality, and equality in Pancasila.
Contribution: The government and the legal system must play active roles in ensuring equal human rights protection for migrant workers, preventing illegal placements, strengthening law enforcement, and ensuring fair access to legal services and protection for Indonesian migrant workers. The Indonesian government plays an important role in addressing the illegal placement of migrant workers and in protecting their human rights. Responsiveness to problems, responsibility for protection, responsiveness to diversity, collaborative governance, and prioritization of public values, governments strive to respond effectively and fairly to issues faced by illegal migrant workers and ensure equal protection of their human rights.