New criminal code exposes deep problems in Indonesian legal education

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The role of legal academics in formulating the new Criminal Code should raise concerns about support for anti-democratic ideas in Indonesia's law faculties.

Village head elections: from money politics to political dynasties

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A recent proposal to extend the terms of village heads is unlikely to resolve the problems with village head elections.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


Talking Indonesia: acknowledging past rights violations

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Why has President Joko Widodo suddenly acknowledged past violations of human rights? Dr Jemma Purdey speaks to Dr Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

New criminal code exposes deep problems in Indonesian legal education

,
The role of legal academics in formulating the new Criminal Code should raise concerns about support for anti-democratic ideas in Indonesia's law faculties.

Village head elections: from money politics to political dynasties

,
A recent proposal to extend the terms of village heads is unlikely to resolve the problems with village head elections.

Is West Sumatra on the verge of an intolerance and violent extremism crisis?

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There are indications of growing intolerance and violent extremism in West Sumatra. A new law could make matters worse.

Talking Indonesia: Indonesia and AUKUS

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What underpins Indonesia’s negative response to AUKUS? Dr Dave McRae explores this question and more with Dr Ahmad Rizky M Umar in the first episode of Talking Indonesia for 2023.

Half-hearted progress: religious freedom after the new Criminal Code

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Many media reports have been highly critical of how the new Criminal Code (KUHP) treats religious freedom. But there are some changes that should mean minorities are better protected.

Best of 2022

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Indonesia at Melbourne will again be taking a short break over the New Year period. Here we present the articles and episodes that attracted your attention in 2022. We look forward to seeing you again in early 2023!

Talking Indonesia: the new Criminal Code

, ,
How did Indonesia's much-needed new Criminal Code end up being so damaging to rights? Is there still time to change it, or is there no turning back? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Bivitri Susanti in the final episode of Talking Indonesia for 2022.

The new Criminal Code: killing off living law?

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Problematic provisions on extramarital sex and cohabitation might have attracted global attention, but the new Criminal Code's provisions on "living law" are also a major concern.

Talking Indonesia: acknowledging past rights violations

,
Why has President Joko Widodo suddenly acknowledged past violations of human rights? Dr Jemma Purdey speaks to Dr Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

New criminal code exposes deep problems in Indonesian legal education

,
The role of legal academics in formulating the new Criminal Code should raise concerns about support for anti-democratic ideas in Indonesia's law faculties.

Village head elections: from money politics to political dynasties

,
A recent proposal to extend the terms of village heads is unlikely to resolve the problems with village head elections.

Is West Sumatra on the verge of an intolerance and violent extremism crisis?

, ,
There are indications of growing intolerance and violent extremism in West Sumatra. A new law could make matters worse.

Talking Indonesia: Indonesia and AUKUS

, ,
What underpins Indonesia’s negative response to AUKUS? Dr Dave McRae explores this question and more with Dr Ahmad Rizky M Umar in the first episode of Talking Indonesia for 2023.

Half-hearted progress: religious freedom after the new Criminal Code

, , ,
Many media reports have been highly critical of how the new Criminal Code (KUHP) treats religious freedom. But there are some changes that should mean minorities are better protected.

Best of 2022

, , , , , , , , , , ,
Indonesia at Melbourne will again be taking a short break over the New Year period. Here we present the articles and episodes that attracted your attention in 2022. We look forward to seeing you again in early 2023!

Talking Indonesia: the new Criminal Code

, ,
How did Indonesia's much-needed new Criminal Code end up being so damaging to rights? Is there still time to change it, or is there no turning back? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Bivitri Susanti in the final episode of Talking Indonesia for 2022.

The new Criminal Code: killing off living law?

, ,
Problematic provisions on extramarital sex and cohabitation might have attracted global attention, but the new Criminal Code's provisions on "living law" are also a major concern.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


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