New research being conducted by the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) examines important themes of education, health, and safety in the family setting.
Indonesian Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly urged various parties at the “Bali Process Government and Business Forum” to make collective efforts to overcome people smuggling and human trafficking.
The world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation, Indonesia, which, while being forthright in defending the rights of Muslims elsewhere in the world, has been seen as passive in defending the rights of Uyghur Muslims.
The mass killings in 1965 affected many Indonesians living overseas, but primarily those who received scholarships to study abroad from the then-Sukarno administration.
Analysts say government, company action on labour is essential to prevent spread.
Respecting others’ spiritual beliefs is key to maintaining peace in a multireligious nation, and the Dharma Bhakti Temple in Jakarta’s Chinatown Glodok becomes a testament to interfaith tolerance.
Deputy Minister of Law and Human Rights has claimed that the code “decolonised” Indonesia’s criminal justice system.
For Indonesia’s transgender community, faith can be a source of discrimination – but also tolerance and solace
Shinta Ratri, an Indonesian transgender woman, taught transgender people at the Al-Fatah Islamic boarding school she founded in 2008 that God didn’t care if you were gay or transgender.
Lead researchers from an Australia-Indonesia Centre program on improving health outcomes have outlined their findings to Indonesia’s Ministry of Health and the National Committee on Disability.
It is regrettable that the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are not playing a role in handling Rohingya refugees in Indonesia.
How can one of the least politically appealing issues in Indonesia turn into a central piece of the national debate linked to the elections set for 2024?
Di banyak daerah, masih banyak masyarakat yang menganggap kekerasan seksual terhadap anak adalah masalah “privat” keluarga, sehingga pihak luar tak berani menegur.