Second Chance Foundation is the first independent non-profit foundation in Indonesia that focuses on improving the quality of life for Correctional Assistants (WBP) in Indonesia through ongoing training and mentoring programs.
As the name implies, the Second Chance Foundation wants to provide a second chance for the assisted people so that after being free, they become creative, productive, independent, and can be accepted back into their environment as human beings with dignity and not repeat their mistakes.
Besides, we also educate the public in the hope that the negative prejudice that develops against WBPs can be replaced with a positive spirit to elevate their rank.
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To become a leading institution in efforts to empower Prison Convicts (WBP) to become independent, productive, and can be accepted again by the community as citizens with dignity.
Providing suistainable training, coaching, and mentoring for Indonesian inmates to support their independency.
Raising community involvement to support Indonesian inmates reintegration into the community.
Supporting the growth of creative economy development inside and outside prisons.
Forge strategic partnerships with government, private sectors and community.
Provide the same opportunity for Indonesian inmates to participate in training, coaching, and mentoring programs.
The Second Chance Foundation plays a role in assisting the social reintegration process of the Indonesian inmates by improving their quality of life. Also bridging the strategic relationship between the Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (HAM) with third parties and vice versa.
DR. Amir Syamsudin, SH, MH
Evy Amir Syamsudin
Chairman & Founder
“The inmates have indeed been proven guilty and must serve their sentence. However, that doesn't mean they don't have the desire to change their lifeline by getting a second chance to improve themselves to become a better person.”
Evy Amir Syamsudin