The holiday island of Lombok welcomed thousands of fans for Indonesia’s first superbike race on a new circuit that is part of a mega tourism infrastructure project denounced by the UN over the eviction of local families.
Indonesia is facing a pandemic of sexual violence at higher learning institutions, the education minister said Friday, as he defended his ministry from criticism by religious conservatives who oppose part of a new decree designed to stop such offenses.
The State Department is mulling the sale of armed drones to Indonesia, but concerns over human rights abuses and the country’s past purchases of Russian equipment have set off a debate inside the Biden administration…
Fears explosion in Jakarta could mark escalation in campaign against those working on West Papua issues
Students and lecturers have lauded the promulgation of a ministerial regulation that will serve as a guideline for universities in preventing and handling cases of sexual violence, calling it a “big step” to make campuses safer for everyone.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged Australian support for a global bid to vaccinate 70 per cent of the world’s population amid signs he could extend domestic production of the AstraZeneca vaccine to boost exports to countries in need.
Indonesian Olympic Committee expects to resolve WADA issues to green light hosting ANOC World Beach Games
Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI) President Raja Sapta Oktohari has expressed confidence the non-compliance status of the country’s National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) can be lifted within a month.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had uneven economic, social, psychological and health impacts. It has magnified existing inequalities, including those experienced by people with disability.
The International Day of Rural Women on October 15 was observed by many agricultural and women organisations across the world.
Welcome to the hell ship.”
That was how a man welcomed Imam Syafi’i and his fellow fishermen aboard the dilapidated fishing boat that was to be their workplace for the next few months in 2011.
Jokowi’s approach to the restive province is fundamentally flawed.
“We need not only money, but also state recognition and justice,” said the victim of the 1965 tragedy.
With unemployment among people with disabilities running high, activists are calling for the development of a more inclusive workplace and fairer employment practices.