Demonstrators urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the invasion immediately. The protesters concluded the military invasion could lead to various serious human rights violations. Most of the war victims were also civilians, especially women and children, the demonstrators said.
The Indonesian and Australian governments agreed to push for the empowerment of women and daughters, who bore the brunt of health, economic, and humanitarian impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, through dialogues among women leaders.
RISE PhD Robyn Mansfield has developed a logic model for transforming urban planning organisations to mainstream children’s participation in policy and action.
The Indonesian public, especially online, continues to sympathise with (if not outright support) the Russian position. Pro-Russian Twitter threads have been incredibly popular among Indonesians.
Indonesian film workers have launched their own #MeToo campaign to eliminate sexual violence across the industry.
The government’s involvement in tackling gender discrimination is necessary, especially in terms of devising policies, to provide equal opportunities to women and men, Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati has said.
When Dorce Gamalama — a prominent transgender entertainer, singer, talk show host, comedienne and celebrity for the greater part of the last four decades — passed away on 16 February 2022, Indonesians’ ubiquitous WhatsApp groups and other social media platforms exploded with expressions of condolence.
Jakarta tightens use of loudspeakers at dawn, limits volume to 100 decibels.
As Indonesia’s Chinese revive original family surnames, others get inspiration from Javanese customs, American culture and Islam
For a minority ethnic group like the Indonesian Chinese, who make up less than two per cent of Indonesia’s population, its history of name-giving has been both colourful and contentious.
Dutch troops used “extreme violence” — often deliberately — during Indonesia’s 1940s war for independence, and military leaders and politicians in the Netherlands largely ignored the excesses, a long-running research project concluded in findings published Thursday.
The House of Representatives has yet to receive an official letter from the government to kick start the deliberation process for the sexual violence bill, House speaker Puan Maharani has said, despite earlier claims that the government had sent the letter.