Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry will prepare training and assistance for victims of past gross human rights violations and their families, Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno stated

This activity is undertaken, so they can work in the tourism and creative economy sector, he noted at the Presidential Palace complex, here, Tuesday.

This aligns with President Joko Widodo's (Jokowi's) request made at an internal meeting that was a continuation of the recommendation from the Gross Human Rights Violation Non-Judicial Resolution (PPHAM) Team here on Tuesday.

Uno also acknowledged that Jokowi had urged him to prepare a visit for victims of gross human rights violations exiled overseas, so they can come to Indonesia to meet their families.

He said there was a movie titled "Surat Dari Praha" (Letter from Prague) produced by Visinema in 2016 that stars the actor Tio Pakusadewo and sheds light on gross human rights violation victims.

According to Uno, stories concerning the victims of gross human rights violations and their families may be adapted again into a movie.

This also includes the opportunity for cooperation with Indonesian restaurants overseas with victims of gross human rights violations and their families.

Under Presidential Instruction No. 2 of 2023, Jokowi appointed 19 ministries and non-ministerial institutions to implement the PPHAM Team's recommendation.

This involves restoring the rights of gross human rights violation victims in a just manner and preventing the recurrence of such incidents.

According to Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Mahfud MD, the PPHAM Monitoring Team focuses on victims of gross human rights violations that were involved in 12 incidents.

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Translator: Rangga P A J, Fadhli Ruhman
Editor: Rahmad Nasution
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