Indonesian courts rule to protect the work rights of people with disability

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Two recent court decisions offer some hope for people with disability wanting to secure their right to employment.

The end of police reform

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What do recent scandals tell us about the nature of police power, and the kinds of political contestations occurring within the police institution?

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


Indonesian courts rule to protect the work rights of people with disability

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Two recent court decisions offer some hope for people with disability wanting to secure their right to employment.

Can Indonesia ever put an end to police violence?

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While recent high-profile cases have focused public attention on police violence, the sad reality is that repressive police actions routinely result in Indonesians losing their lives.

Talking Indonesia: communicating research

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How can Indonesian researchers better share their knowledge and expertise with the world? Tito Ambyo chats to Prodita Sabarini in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

The end of police reform

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What do recent scandals tell us about the nature of police power, and the kinds of political contestations occurring within the police institution?

Noodle diplomacy: the G20 and the politics of instant noodles

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Can this week's G20 Summit help to resolve the global food crisis?

Indonesia has great hopes for the G20. Will it deliver?

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There are reasons to be sceptical about whether this week's G20 Summit will deliver on the Indonesian government's aims.

Talking Indonesia: police reform

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Could the Kanjuruhan tragedy spark lasting structural change in the Indonesian police? Dr Jemma Purdey speaks to Dr Jacqui Baker in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Cancellation of Hijrahfest signals anxieties over shifts in religious authority

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Mainstream religious organisations like Nahdlatul Ulama appear to view the hijrah movement as a threat to their authority.

Decriminalising drug use would help stop corrupt police narcotics trafficking

, ,
Indonesia's harsh criminal approach to personal drug use only benefits major dealers and corrupt officials.

Indonesian courts rule to protect the work rights of people with disability

,
Two recent court decisions offer some hope for people with disability wanting to secure their right to employment.

Can Indonesia ever put an end to police violence?

,
While recent high-profile cases have focused public attention on police violence, the sad reality is that repressive police actions routinely result in Indonesians losing their lives.

Talking Indonesia: communicating research

, ,
How can Indonesian researchers better share their knowledge and expertise with the world? Tito Ambyo chats to Prodita Sabarini in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

The end of police reform

,
What do recent scandals tell us about the nature of police power, and the kinds of political contestations occurring within the police institution?

Noodle diplomacy: the G20 and the politics of instant noodles

, ,
Can this week's G20 Summit help to resolve the global food crisis?

Indonesia has great hopes for the G20. Will it deliver?

, ,
There are reasons to be sceptical about whether this week's G20 Summit will deliver on the Indonesian government's aims.

Talking Indonesia: police reform

,
Could the Kanjuruhan tragedy spark lasting structural change in the Indonesian police? Dr Jemma Purdey speaks to Dr Jacqui Baker in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Cancellation of Hijrahfest signals anxieties over shifts in religious authority

, ,
Mainstream religious organisations like Nahdlatul Ulama appear to view the hijrah movement as a threat to their authority.

Decriminalising drug use would help stop corrupt police narcotics trafficking

, ,
Indonesia's harsh criminal approach to personal drug use only benefits major dealers and corrupt officials.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


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