First ‘separatists’, now ‘terrorists’: another way for Indonesia to avoid solving West Papuans' historical grievances

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The government's recent decision to label West Papuan resistance groups as ‘terrorists’ will have serious implications for the future of conflict resolution in the region.

The female face of terrorism in Indonesia

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Recent terror attacks in Indonesia have involved women, but examinations of and responses to violent extremism too often neglect gender analysis.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


First ‘separatists’, now ‘terrorists’: another way for Indonesia to avoid solving West Papuans' historical grievances

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The government's recent decision to label West Papuan resistance groups as ‘terrorists’ will have serious implications for the future of conflict resolution in the region.

Talking Indonesia: deforestation and climate change

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Indonesia recorded record low rates of deforestation in 2020. Can it sustain this trend? What challenges remain to significantly reduce or even end deforestation? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Aida Greenbury in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: transgender women and public space

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How have transgender women navigated public life in the world’s largest Muslim society? In Talking Indonesia this week, Dr Annisa Beta discusses how transgender women have negotiated citizenship and belonging in postcolonial Indonesia with Dr Benjamin Hegarty.

Talking Indonesia: terrorism and extremism

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What do recent terror attacks tell us about the nature of the terrorist threat in Indonesia, and how is this threat changing? Dr Dave McRae chats to Sidney Jones in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

The female face of terrorism in Indonesia

, ,
Recent terror attacks in Indonesia have involved women, but examinations of and responses to violent extremism too often neglect gender analysis.

Attempts to revise draconian ITE Law stumble

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The Information and Electronic Transactions Law has become so distorted from its original function that it has now emerged as one of the greatest threats to freedom of expression in Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: the women's movement after 1998

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What has been achieved in terms of women’s rights and equality in the post-authoritarian era in Indonesia? What are the issues driving the women’s movement today? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Dr Kurniawati Hastuti Dewi in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Between punishment and rehabilitation: the government’s half-hearted approach to drug use

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More than half of inmates in Indonesian prisons are drug convicts. It is hard to imagine how the Ministry of Law and Human Rights can provide rehabilitation services for them all.

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and children and vulnerable populations

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How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected children and vulnerable populations in Indonesia? What can be done about the issues children and vulnerable individuals face? Dr Annisa Beta chats to Dr Santi Kusumaningrum in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

First ‘separatists’, now ‘terrorists’: another way for Indonesia to avoid solving West Papuans' historical grievances

, ,
The government's recent decision to label West Papuan resistance groups as ‘terrorists’ will have serious implications for the future of conflict resolution in the region.

Talking Indonesia: deforestation and climate change

,
Indonesia recorded record low rates of deforestation in 2020. Can it sustain this trend? What challenges remain to significantly reduce or even end deforestation? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Aida Greenbury in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: transgender women and public space

, ,
How have transgender women navigated public life in the world’s largest Muslim society? In Talking Indonesia this week, Dr Annisa Beta discusses how transgender women have negotiated citizenship and belonging in postcolonial Indonesia with Dr Benjamin Hegarty.

Talking Indonesia: terrorism and extremism

,
What do recent terror attacks tell us about the nature of the terrorist threat in Indonesia, and how is this threat changing? Dr Dave McRae chats to Sidney Jones in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

The female face of terrorism in Indonesia

, ,
Recent terror attacks in Indonesia have involved women, but examinations of and responses to violent extremism too often neglect gender analysis.

Attempts to revise draconian ITE Law stumble

,
The Information and Electronic Transactions Law has become so distorted from its original function that it has now emerged as one of the greatest threats to freedom of expression in Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: the women's movement after 1998

, ,
What has been achieved in terms of women’s rights and equality in the post-authoritarian era in Indonesia? What are the issues driving the women’s movement today? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Dr Kurniawati Hastuti Dewi in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Between punishment and rehabilitation: the government’s half-hearted approach to drug use

,
More than half of inmates in Indonesian prisons are drug convicts. It is hard to imagine how the Ministry of Law and Human Rights can provide rehabilitation services for them all.

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and children and vulnerable populations

, , ,
How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected children and vulnerable populations in Indonesia? What can be done about the issues children and vulnerable individuals face? Dr Annisa Beta chats to Dr Santi Kusumaningrum in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


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