Widodo’s bid to tackle Indonesian rights cases sparks fury
News of the killing of a junior officer emerged slowly amid allegations that as many as 30 officers including three police generals had helped to obscure evidence and cover it up.
A forum on the latest research from PAIR has heard roads and water are key priorities for regional village leaders, while a need for better health services for people with disabilities or those living in poverty has also been identified.
Supreme Court of Indonesia and FCFCOA continue strong collaboration in family law outcomes for women and children
An Australian visit included a two-day International Dialogue that linked over 600 courts and individuals across Indonesia to a face-to-face meeting that was held in Jakarta.
A United States judge cleared the way for 11 Indonesian villagers to sue ExxonMobil for alleged human rights abuses after finding the Read more
A new law enacted in West Sumatra Province is worrying human rights activists and local minority groups alike as fears grow it could lead to more Islamic laws being signed into force across the country.
Tim peneliti Unhas menyelenggarakan survei terhadap akses layanan kesehatan berbasis digital untuk penyandang difabel, khususnya berkaitan dengan kebutuhan, tantangan…
Despite an ongoing campaign since 2019 for the repeal of proposed provisions in Indonesia’s revised Criminal Code, the government’s determination to ratify the legislation poses grave concerns for press freedom.
Hanya setengah dari jumlah penyandang disabilitas dari Aborigin, suku asli Australia yang menjadi peserta penerima skema jaminan sosial atau NDIS.
Wakil Gubernur Jawa Barat Uu Ruzhanul Ulum hanyalah satu dari sekian pejabat publik, yang tidak sensitif terhadap kasus pelecehan seksual. Berikut catatan kami.
The looming implementation of online platform regulations will exacerbate existing free speech challenges and lead to more severe restrictions on internet freedom.
Sufficient leave would help mothers spend more time to stimulate their children, which can support the child’s growth and development, says Kemenko PMK.
More LGBTQ Indonesians seek freedom by moving to Australia, but to move permanently is not an easy process.
Human Rights Watch has called for the removal of provisions harmful to women, religious minorities and free speech.