The Foreign Affairs Ministry announced on Wednesday evening that 897 Indonesian citizens had fled the conflict-ridden Khartoum, Sudan, after two rounds of evacuation.
One congregation’s struggle to build a new church is a microcosm of the conflicting currents of religious tolerance, religious harmony, and religious freedom in Indonesia.
An Indonesian activist has received a global award for her efforts over decades fighting for environmental preservation and Indigenous Indonesian rights, protecting tens of thousands of acres of carbon-rich biodiverse lands from industrial exploitation.
Non-profit PERKAWIS supports sex workers with education about health, financial issues and the law.
Eleven Indonesian fishermen have survived six days without food and water on a remote reef off Western Australia’s northern coast.
Drop Charges Against Rights Defenders Who Criticized Military Role in Papua.
While Jakarta claims to be taking human rights seriously, events on the ground tell a different story.
Indonesia lost the right to host youth World Cup over pro-Palestine stance but victims of the Kanjuruhan Stadium crush where 135 died say justice is more important.
Securing Indonesia’s reelection as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for another three years should be top priorities for the government this year.
Two years ago, following Myanmar’s military coup on February 1, 2021, Indonesia called an emergency summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Jakarta.
The ocean-related challenges Indonesia faces include illegal fishing, human trafficking, drugs, oil spills and plastic pollution.
Indonesia’s parliament on Tuesday passed into law an emergency decree on jobs and investment, eliminating legal uncertainty hanging over measures President Joko Widodo has pushed to spur investment in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.
Indonesia is the world’s biggest exporter of tin, and more than 90% of the country’s supply comes from the islands of Bangka and Belitung.
Indonesia’s ‘filthy rich officials’ are being named and shamed by social media users to bring them down
The government has now ordered a crackdown on public servants who flaunt their wealth in a country where corruption is endemic and the minimum wage is below $500 a month.
Organized by conservative Muslim alliance, demonstrators wave signs calling Israel the enemy of Islam, block Jakarta thoroughfare; some moderate groups also urge Israel’s exclusion.
When Elianu Hia shared a video on Facebook in January 2021, he never imagined that act would lead to him losing his home and small business in the Indonesian city of Padang, West Sumatra.