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This article seeks to address some of the issues surrounding Indonesia's overseas labour protection programme. Despite the fundamental reform of the programme since 2004, observers have assessed that this programme has faced a considerable implementation deficiency. While many studies have identified that this programme was not successful, in this article I aim to explain why. I argue that the government and civil society organizations have helped define, frame, and impose the term 'protection'doi:10.1163/22134379-bja10018 fatcat:63ne2bwq7ff2bgg7vhxlrdaqxi