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Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia
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Relationship Indonesia and Malaysia

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Relations between Indonesia and Malaysia should be preserved, protected, cared for and maintained. Any problems that arise in people of both countries, should be immediately sought a solution through …

Relations between Indonesia and Malaysia should be preserved, protected, cared for and maintained. Any problems that arise in people of both countries, should be immediately sought a solution through dialogue, meetings and deliberations.

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  • 1. How to Maintain and BuildThe Relationship between Indonesia and Malaysia Relations By Musni Umar, Ph.DMember and Spokesperson of the Eminent Persons Group Indonesia-Malaysia
  • 2. A.BACKGROUND INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA ARE TWO COUNTRIES NEAR NEIGHBORING, ONE FAMILY, ONE BROTHER AND ONE RELIGION. FIRST SETTLED REGION IN THE SAME. LONDON 1824 TREATY INITIATED ENGLAND AND THE NETHERLANDS, THE AREA THAT HAS BECOME TWO REJOICE FIRST, THE MALAY PENINSULA AREAS THAT MASTERED THE UK. SECOND AREAS THAT MASTERED BY THE DUTCH.
  • 3. • Peta Alam Melayu
  • 4. DUE BY COLONIAL POLITICS OF DIVIDE, BOTHCOUNTRIES LIKE THIS HUSBAND AND WIFE ARELIVING PARTING DIVORCED HUNDREDS OFDURATION. EVEN THEN BOTH STILL ONELANGUAGE, ONE CLUMPS, ONE CULTURE, ANDRELIGIOUS STILL THE SAME, BUT THE RELATIONSHIPBETWEEN BOTH CONTAIN HIGH SENSITIVITY.RELATIONSHIP ONLY ON THE SURFACE - NOT IN THEHEART.VARIOUS BACK OF THIS CASE THAT HAPPENS, THEMORE ADD A PROBLEM IN INDONESIA-MALAYSIARELATIONS.
  • 5. RESULTS OF SURVEY MARCH 2010 TO 250STUDENTS OF FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICALSCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA ONKNOWLEDGE OF STUDENTS OF THE ASEANPROBLEM. ONE OF THE QUESTION, WHICH STATETHAT IS THE THREAT OF INDONESIA, MALAYSIAREPRESENT 48%.OPINION POLLING RESULTS IN THE DAILYREPUBLIKA ACCESSED 23 AUGUST 2010, THEQUESTION, WHO IS THE NEIGHBORING COUNTRIESACCORDING TO YOUR MOST UNFRIENDLY TOINDONESIA? FROM SEVEN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTRIES, AS MUCH AS 3.607 (72.91%) FROM4.947 VOTING, IS MALAYSIA.
  • 6. B. ISSUES INDONESIA-MALAYSIA RELATIONS EXPERIENCE EVER WITH ANY OF CONFRONTATION 1963-1965. IN THESE LAST FEW YEARS, ISSUES OF CONFRONTATION WITH INDONESIA DISPLAY WHEN BUNG KARNO’S SPEECH ARE CALLING FOR INDONESIA PEOPLE TO UNITED DEVOUR “MENGGANYANG MALAYSIA (AGAINTS MALAYSIA).” ONE OF MANY CASES ANGERED COMMUNITY ON INDONESIA, IS TORTURING ON INDONESIAN WORKERS CONTINUALLY DONE.
  • 7. INDICATORS:- THE NUMBER OF CASES OF HARASSMENT AND MISTREATMENT TO THE DOMESTIC WORKER IS OVER INCREASING.- A LOT OF CASES ARE FOUND OUT AFTER THE CONDITIONS HAS ALREADY BEEN IN CRITICAL STAGES EVEN LEADING TO DEATH DUE TO VIOLENT MISTREATMENT BY THE EMPLOYERS .C. HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM ONE WAY TO SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH DOMESTIC WORKERS IN MALAYSIA WHO’S OFTEN DISRUPT RELATIONS BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIES, THEN IS PROPOSED MONITORING CENTER (MC).
  • 8. HE IS AN EFFORT TO EARLY DETECTION BECAUSE PREVENTION BETTER THAN DUE TO TREAT.OBJECTIVES ARE:1. TO PREVENT CASES THAT CAN POTENTIALLY LEAD TO SERIOUSLY FATAL ACCIDENTS DUE TO VIOLENT MISTREATMENTS.2. TO HARMONIZE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOMESTIC WORKER AND EMPLOYER WITH CONSELING METHOD.3. FOR MAKING SECURITY AND HARMONIOUS RELATIONSHIP BOTH COUNTRIES.
  • 9. PLANNED OPERATION]WORKING MECHANISMTHE MONITORING CENTER (MC) HAS A FUNCTION OFPROACTIVELY MONITORING AND SUPERVISING THERELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOMESTIC WORKER ANDEMPLOYER IN ORDER TO PREVENT AND SOLVEPROBLEM THAT OCCUR IN THE RELATIONSHIPBETWEEN DOMESTIC WOKER AND EMPLOYER. ASTHE MOST CRITICAL TIME IN THE RELATIONSHIPBETWEEN DOMESTIC WORKER AND EMPLOYER IS INTHE SIX MONTH, THE MC HAS TO CONTACTDOMESTIC WORKER AND EMPLOYER ONCE A MONTH. DURING THIS CONTACT, THE MC CAN QUESTIONTHE CONDITION OF THE DOMESTIC WORKER ANDHIS/HER RELATION WITH EMPLOYER, SO THAT THEPOTENCIAL DISHARMONY CA BE DETECTED AS EARLYAS POSSIBLE.
  • 10. 1. If the MC finds that there is a problem in the relationship between DW and Employer but without violence than the Center can conduct a home visit to the employer’s place. Home visit is carried out by counselor to ensure wether a further action is necessarily required. The counseling is required to improve the relationship between DW and Employer.2. If the MC finds that there is a serious problem in the relationship between DW and Employer with violence then the Center in cooperation with Local Police and Lawyer ca perform a necessarily rercue to the DW by placing the DW in the shelter as a temporary sttlement for the DW. In the shelter, the DW is expected to recover wilst waiting for the legal settlement.
  • 11. The frequency of calling can then be reduced afterthis period. Efforts to contact employers after sixmonth period are at least once in the three months.They are carried out in order ro ensure that therelationship between DW and Employer is inharmony.ONE STOP CENTERThe MC will become One Stop center which will actprocatively toprotect the welfare of the IndonesianDW as contactually agreed within them respectively.
  • 12. 1. OBLIGATION OF THE AGENCY a. To report, registers and pays for the DW to participate the the program provided by the MC and gives data such as copy of passport and employer’s data. b. Proper explanation for those DW before accepting the worker description. c. The agency need to make arrangement with the WD family members in the event any wrong doing by the WD d. To conduct any couses as required by the authority.
  • 13. 2. OBLIGATION OF THE EMPLOYER a. To ensure that the employer must abide to alL rules and regulations in relations to the WD. b. To give proper care and attention to the welfare of the WD (TKI). c. Frequenst contact to the MC must be allowable by the WD.3.OBLIGATION OF WD (TKI) To abide the rules and regulations in relation to their working permit.
  • 14. STANDAR OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES1. Permission and cooperation between the Malysian Autorities namely Kementerian Hal Ehwal Dalam Negeri (KGEDN) and Kementerian Sumber Manusia of Malaysia with BNP2TKI.2. BNP2TKI shall provide proper database on the issues of TKI leaving Indonesia to the MC.3. The Monitoring Center shall provide adequate information by way of electronic media, mass media and others that deemed fit.4. To provide a standard universal agreement between the agent, employers and TKI.
  • 15. 5. Monitoring Officers will act with due diligent and proactively in contacts with the TKI as provided in the database system by BNP2TKI.6. Call Center for TKI who will inform their problems will also be integrated wit MC, in this case the MC is acting passively.7. For any problems wether found out proactively or passively, the MC shall be assisted by various consultnats may it be legal, social workers, medical and etc.8. The MC shall coordinate with Indonesian Embassy/Consulate and BNP2TKI .9. The MC is also expected to give regular reports to Kementerian Hal-Ehwal Dalam Negeri Malaysia and BNP2TKI which can be used to improve the environment that will lead to a better improvement in the relationship between TKI and Employer.
  • 16. FINANCINGTo finance its activities, the MC will be funded byend users/employers.The fund will be seen as serious commitment by end users in hiring Indonesian Domestic Workers (DW). Collection of the Monitoring Center’s fee shall be appropriate at the time the Indonesia Domestic Workers (TKI) recieve or obtain their international passport at the relevant Malaysian Consulate in Indonesia. The amount that is suitable for the operation of the Monitoring Center in Malaysia shall be around USD 30.00 per person on biyearly basis (subject to be discussed).
  • 17. CONCLUSIONRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN G-TO-G THAT DURINGTHIS HAPPENING IS GOOD, TRYING TO BUILDWITH MAINTAINED HARMONIOUS RELATIONSAND FRIENDLY MUTUAL TO PROGRESS BETWEENP-TO-P, CONCEPT SEATING WITH SAME LOW ANDHIGH STANDING.THINGS TO REALIZE THAT, THE VARIOUS ISSUESTHAT BOTH COUNTRIES ALWAYS DISRUPT THERELATIONSHIP MUST BE OVERCOME, SUCH ISMATTERS TKI.
  • 18. FOR THAT, IS PROPOSED FORM OF EARLYDETECTION SYSTEM WARMING IN THE FORMMONITORING CENTER (MC) AS A REAL EFFORTTO PREVENT RECURRENCE OF TKI CASES RESULTIN INTERRUPTION OF BOTH COUNTRIES WITHGOOD. EXCEPT THAT, FOR MAKINGHARMONIOUS RELATIONSHIP BETWEENWORKERS AND THE USER, AND CREATE A STATESECURITY IN BOTH COUNTRIES.THIS PESENTATION SUCH, MAY HAVE APOSITIVE RESPONSE FOR GOODNESS SECONDCOMMUNITY AND NATION ALLIEDNEIGHBORING. PLEASE SORRY FOR ANYSHORTCOMINGS.KUALA LUMPUR, 16 DECEMBER 2010

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