New research shows how Indonesia's drug control victimizes women and puts their health at risk

On a balmy day in 2009, Adinda Amalia (not a real name) and her boyfriend were arrested after they were caught injecting heroin in an informal shooting gallery—a derelict property in a South Jakarta slum. The arrests followed a police raid on the area.

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