The Indonesian government through a delegation led by the Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna Laoly represented Indonesia in the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
As the EU and Indonesia work on a free trade agreement, one tribe is seeking European help to secure its rights. Many Indigenous peoples are at risk of losing their land as economic development increases.
Indonesian police firing tear gas was the main trigger for a deadly soccer stampede at a stadium in East Java last month, according to the country’s human rights commission.
Little has been written publicly about Indonesia’s feminist history, and 21-year-old Indonesian media practitioner, Nikita Yusman, is determined to change that.
Mahasiswa Indonesia Tidak Menyangka Data Pribadinya Jadi Berisiko Setelah Kasus Kebocoran Data di Australia
Data pribadi ribuan mahasiswa internasional kini berisiko disalahgunakan, setelah serangan peretasan ke salah satu perusahaan penyedia layanan asuransi terbesar di Australia.
In many Asian communities, questions on marital status and descendants are culturally acceptable. However, they hardly cope with intrusive questions on marriage and children.
Australian government ordered to mediate with Indonesians jailed in adult prisons while still children
Scores of Indonesian youths wrongly jailed as adults in Australia are a step closer to getting justice, after the Federal Court ordered the Commonwealth to enter mediation.
The Indonesian government is demanding artworks, natural historical objects, and complete collections back from the Netherlands.
Jakarta careful not to upset Beijing for fear of ‘economic consequences’, given trade ties and number of belt and road projects in Indonesia, analyst notes.
Indonesian activists and reformers have long drawn attention to the toxic masculinity entrenched within Indonesia’s police force.
Working with human rights activists Marzuki Darusman and Busyro Muqoddas, AJI Indonesia filed a petition to review the Law on the Court of Human Rights, arguing that the court allows the trial of non-Indonesian citizens for human rights abuses.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day on October 10, CNA traces the journey of how Heru Setyawan and Lamini started volunteering and helping hundreds of people with mental health problems.
What does the second Congress of Indonesian Women Muslim Scholars (Kongres Ulama Perempuan Indonesia, KUPI) hope to achieve.
To be a truly inclusive capital, the design team must include women, young people, ethnic minorities, sexual and gender diverse people, and the disabled community.
These Chinese-Indonesian women fled ethnic violence for Australia. Here’s how it’s shaped their work
When Wendy Hartanti was just 11 years old, her parents sent her to live in Perth, more than 2,000 kilometres from their home in Indonesia.