HISTORY

2012

  • Evy Amir Syamsudin launched the book Voicing the Voiceless published by Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia (KPG) at Teater Kecil, Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), May 6, 2015. This book contains Evy's thoughts, experiences, and reflections while accompanying her husband, Amir Syamsudin who is the former Minister for Law and Human Rights. For three years, Evy visited various correctional institutions in Indonesia, met with thousands of inmates, listened to their personal stories and voiced inmates empowerment issue.
  • In 2015, the Second Chance Foundation has also entered into a cooperation agreement with the Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights based on document Number PAS.7-PK.01.08.03-613 and Number 001/SCF/PKS/V/2015. The cooperation was extended based on document Number PAS-10.HH.05.05 of 2020 and Number 002/PKS/SCF/IV/2020.
  • In the same year, Napi Craft was held at The East Building, Jakarta with the theme Creativity from the Voiceless on December 21-24. The exhibition, which carries various works and crafts made by Indonesian inmates, was inaugurated by the Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly.

2013

  • Napi Craft was held again in collaboration with Katumbiri Expo 2013. The exhibition took place at the Plenary Hall Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). In this event, the Dharma Wanita Persatuan Kemenkumham led by Evy Amir Syamsudin collaborated with other parties, such as the Ministry of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection, the Ministry of Industry, and the Ministry of Cooperatives and Creative Economy.
     

  • The exhibition took place on 11-15 December 2013 and was inaugurated by the Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Linda Gumelar.

2014

  • On 11 to 14 July 2014, Napi Craft was held in collaboration with the Creative Economy Festival (FESRA) at Cendrawasih Assembly Main Lobby and Plenary Hall Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). Acting as Chair of the FESRA Committee, Evy Amir Syamsudin involved a number of parties, such as the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, the Ministry of Trade, the Ministry of Industry, the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, and the Ministry of State Owned Enterprises. With the theme of Unlimited Harmony in Form and Pattern, this exhibition was opened by First Lady, Ani Bambang Yudhoyono.
     

  • This year, the Second Chance Foundation is authorized to establish a legal entity based on the Decree of the Minister of Law and Human Rights Number AHU-07728.50.10.2014.

2015

  • Evy Amir Syamsudin launched the book Voicing the Voiceless published by the Popular Gramedia Library (KPG) at Teater Kecil, Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), May 6, 2015. This book contains notes on Evy's thoughts, experiences and reflections while accompanying her husband, Amir Syamsudin who is the Cabinet Minister for Law and Human Rights. United Indonesia II. For three years, Evy visited various correctional institutions (Lapas) throughout Indonesia, met with thousands of prisoners, listened to their life stories and voiced issues of prisoner empowerment.
  • In 2015, the Second Chance Foundation has also entered into a cooperation agreement with the Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights based on document Number PAS.7-PK.01.08.03-613 and Number 001 / SCF / PKS / V / 2015. The cooperation was extended based on document Number PAS-10.HH.05.05 of 2020 and Number 002 / PKS / SCF / IV / 2020.
  • In the same year, Napi Craft was held again at The East Building, Jakarta with the theme Creativity from the Voiceless on December 21-24. The exhibition, which carries various works and crafts made by assisted residents, was inaugurated by the Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly.

2016

  • Napi Craft was held again on 10-13 November 2016. To bring the works and crafts made by the inmates to the public, this exhibition was held at the Grand Indonesia, Jakarta. The Second Chance Foundation collaborated with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and several corporations with high social concerns to hold the event.

  • In this exhibition, around 360 high quality products created by inmates are displayed and sold to the public. These products consist of various types, such as fashion, handicraft, culinary, and furniture products. These products are made by inmates from 23 Correctional Divisions in Indonesia and are supported by 50 partners of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Indonesia.

2017

  • The Second Chance Foundation in collaboration with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Italian Cultural Center held a celebration of International Women's Day on March 8, 2017, with the theme Be Bold for Change. This event aims to make the public pay more attention to the women inmates who still have an important role in development, but are often marginalized because their social status is tarnished by the negative stigma from society.
  • After launching the book Voicing the Voiceless , a reflection of Evy Amir Syamsudin's thoughts was poured into the second book entitled Made in Prison: Evy Amir Syamsudin Advancing the Work of Prisoners . The book, which was written by Feby Indirani and published by KPG, contains a reflection of Evy guiding Indonesian inmates and realizing her vision in humanizing them.
  • On the other hand, Second Chance Foundation in collaboration with The East held a Second Chance Charity Run for socializing and raising public funds to support the development program for inmates in prisons .

2018

  • The Second Chance Foundation collaborated with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Italian Cultural Center to hold International Women's Day celebrations on March 9, 2018, with the theme Liberty in Creativity. This event is an art performance from inmates in collaboration with an Italian musician, Vinicio Capossela. This activity also includes the launch of the book Made in Prison: Evy Amir Syamsudin Advancing the Work of Prisoners .

  • On 31 October-7 November 2018, the Second Chance Foundation with the Directorate General of Corrections at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights held an art exhibition for inmates called Napi Craft, at the Fine Arts and Ceramics Museum, Jakarta. Various works such as paintings, embroidery crafts, robots made of gas matches, amigurumi crafts, installation of motorbike replica from rolling newspapers to batik were exhibited in this event entitled "HOPE".

2019

  • The Second Chance Foundation held a Second Chance Charity Run with the theme We Run For Your Second Chance on July 21, 2019, at LOT 16 Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD), Jakarta. This event is to commemorate Nelson Mandela International Day on 18 July 2019.

  • This time, the Second Chance Foundation is collaborating with the Directorate General of Corrections at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the South African Embassy. The Second Chance Foundation also invited a number of runner communities to participate. This event was attended by almost 2000 participants consisting of participants in the 10K category and the 5K category.

  • The donation funds were channeled for the fulfillment of facilities and infrastructure for developing Indonesian inmates` expertise in prisons throughout Indonesia. The public is invited to spread a positive spirit in order to erase the negative stigma against inmates through the 2019 Second Chance Charity Run.

2020

  • This year, the Second Chance Foundation extended the cooperation agreement with the Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights until 2025 based on document number PAS-10.HH.05.05 YEAR 2020 and Number 002/PKS/ SCF/IV/2020.

  • The Second Chance Foundation continues to carry out various activities by implementing strict health protocols, such as checking body temperature, using hand sanitizers, wearing masks, maintaining social distance to virtual face-to-face meetings. This is to ensure our empowerment programs for Indonesian inmates continue to run consistently by considering the prevention of the coronavirus. For example, the Second Chance Foundation was involved in judging a short story contest held by the he Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in the context of the 75th Indonesian Independence Day which falls on 17 August 2020.

  • The Second Chance Foundation also provides 3 tools, that consist of the sandal cutting tool; t-shirt press machine; and a pin press machine to the Class IIA Salemba Correctional Institution, Jakarta. The three tools were used by inmates to produce sandals, t-shirts ,or pins under the LASAMBA brand.

  • In supporting prevention and handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the Second Chance Foundation, with the support of donors, provided assistance in the form of hazmat suits, masks, hand sanitizers, face shields and foods to a number of hospitals, prisons, nursing homes and orphanages across Indonesia.

  • Before the pandemic, the Salemba Class IIA Correctional Institution, Jakarta and the Second Chance Foundation handed over inmates` work in the form of a replica of Harley Davidson motorbike that was exhibited at The East Building, Jakarta. The Second Chance Foundation also held an eco-friendly batik training at the Class IIA Semarang Correctional Institution. Participants who took part in the training were 33 people consisting of inmates` and officers.

  • The Second Chance Foundation commemorated International Women's Day 2020 at the Class IIA Women's Correctional Institution, Jakarta. On March 11, 2020, the Second Chance Foundation collaborated with DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jakarta to carry out a cupcake decoration training for them. The training was provided by two chefs from the hotel.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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