The government has declined an offer from the Saudi Arabian authorities to send an additional 10,000 Indonesians on the holy pilgrimage this year, citing time constraints.
A new report has found there is an urgent need to address the barriers that women from refugee backgrounds face in accessing paid work.
Indonesian artists have rejected claims of anti-Semitism levelled at them following the opening of an exhibition in Germany.
While structural inequality continues to create discrimination against people with disabilities in Indonesia, a shift to a human-rights based approach is a chance to bridge the gap.
Gender equality in the energy sector is vital because it can diversify solutions and innovation in the sector, especially in efforts to push a transition to green energy use and development.
Residents of a remote island in eastern Indonesia have won a lawsuit against a company planning to mine gold on their island.
Asadi arrived in Indonesia from Afghanistan in 2015, where she has lived for years under increasing uncertainties over the future.
Indonesia’s National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) has discussed the plan to hold a peaceful dialogue to resolve the problems in Papua during its visit to the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Albanese government should not compromise on human rights as it seeks to repair relationships with China and south-east Asian countries, a leading advocacy group has warned.
A refugee advocacy group wants Australia to rethink its destructive refugee arrangement with Indonesia as the new Canberra government looks to improve relations with Jakarta.
Data Bicara: negara gagal lindungi mayoritas korban yang alami kekerasan seksual di lingkungan terdekat
Riset tersebut menemukan mayoritas korban merupakan perempuan di bawah umur dan mayoritas pelaku berasal dari lingkungan terdekat korban – dari pacar hingga anggota keluarga.
Discrimination, denial and even death threats have driven many LGBTQ Indonesians out of the country.
Three days after sinking of Indonesian cargo vessel, fisherman finds 10 more survivors ‘in good condition’
Three days after a cargo vessel sank in the Makasar Strait off the coast of Indonesia, 10 more survivors have been located, including the captain and other crew.
Nearly 100 refugee children in Indonesia have been given playing cards illustrated with people in a boat on heavy seas and stamped with the Australian government coat of arms.
Indonesia summoned Britain’s ambassador to explain the raising of a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) flag at its embassy, and urged foreign missions to respect local “sensitivities” following a backlash among conservatives.