Politicians from four Indonesian parties are backing a so-called “Family Resilience” Bill that would outlaw surrogacy and require LGBT people to seek treatment at rehabilitation centres, prompting criticism from activists.
Indonesia will hold the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup qualification this week despite a concern over the threat of COVID-19, the disease resulting from the novel coronavirus.
The road ahead for Jokowi is challenging, with stagnating economic growth and big questions about his ability to implement tough reforms.
70 years. 70 stories.
Indonesia President Joko Widodo’s declaration on the floor of the House of Representatives on Monday that “Australia is Indonesia’s closest friend” has given us pause for thought.
An Indonesian crowdsourcing app is tapping into the competitive spirit of its users by creating Pokemon Go-type games to help map land across the sprawling archipelago.
Musician I Gede ‘Jerinx’ Ari Astina was still a student at the University of National Education in Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali, when he first got involved in activism.
Likupang, in Indonesia’s North Sulawesi, is one of five new economic zones the Indonesian Government is developing alongside its plan to create 10 “new Balis”.