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Talking Indonesia: digital literacy and misinformation

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How big a problem is misinformation and disinformation in Indonesia? Is the government helping or hindering efforts to tackle the problem? Tito Ambyo chats to Associate Professor Ika Idris in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Another Marriage Law controversy: is reform overdue?

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The recent marriage of one of President Joko Widodo’s female special staffers, a Muslim, to her Catholic boyfriend has prompted new debate on Indonesia's 50-year-old Marriage Law.

Indonesia is surviving the Omicron wave. But is it really time to remove mask rules?

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Like many people around the world, Indonesians are getting fed up with Covid-19 restrictions. But there remain plenty of reasons for caution.

Talking Indonesia – Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

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What factors underpin the Indonesian response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine? Dr Dave McRae chats to Radityo Dharmaputra in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Why do so many Indonesians back Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

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Indonesian governments and society have historically supported victims of aggression and conflict, so why do so many Indonesians, especially online, seem to support the Russian invasion?

Rifts within NU and PKB complicate road to 2024

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The National Awakening Party (PKB) is sometimes described as the political vehicle of Islamic organisation Nahdlatul Ulama (NU). So why was PKB leader Muhaimin Iskandar absent from the swearing-in ceremony for the new NU leadership team?

Talking Indonesia: managing the Omicron wave

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As the Omicron wave peaks in Indonesia, Dr Jemma Purdey chats with Dr Dicky Budiman about how Indonesia's health systems are coping. What lessons were learned from the Delta wave in mid-2021? Are vaccinations doing what they should?

Dorce Gamalama: an accidental role model for gender and sexual minorities in Indonesia

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Dorce Gamalama might have never described herself an activist, but she still made a major contribution to public awareness of gender and sexuality issues in Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: private sector innovation

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What spurs private sector companies to innovate in ways that cater to lower-income customers? How have governments responded to such innovation? Dr Dave McRae chats with Professor Michiko Iizuka in a special Policy in Focus episode of Talking Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: digital literacy and misinformation

,
How big a problem is misinformation and disinformation in Indonesia? Is the government helping or hindering efforts to tackle the problem? Tito Ambyo chats to Associate Professor Ika Idris in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Another Marriage Law controversy: is reform overdue?

, , , ,
The recent marriage of one of President Joko Widodo’s female special staffers, a Muslim, to her Catholic boyfriend has prompted new debate on Indonesia's 50-year-old Marriage Law.

Indonesia is surviving the Omicron wave. But is it really time to remove mask rules?

, ,
Like many people around the world, Indonesians are getting fed up with Covid-19 restrictions. But there remain plenty of reasons for caution.

Talking Indonesia – Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

, ,
What factors underpin the Indonesian response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine? Dr Dave McRae chats to Radityo Dharmaputra in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Why do so many Indonesians back Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

, , ,
Indonesian governments and society have historically supported victims of aggression and conflict, so why do so many Indonesians, especially online, seem to support the Russian invasion?

Rifts within NU and PKB complicate road to 2024

,
The National Awakening Party (PKB) is sometimes described as the political vehicle of Islamic organisation Nahdlatul Ulama (NU). So why was PKB leader Muhaimin Iskandar absent from the swearing-in ceremony for the new NU leadership team?

Talking Indonesia: managing the Omicron wave

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As the Omicron wave peaks in Indonesia, Dr Jemma Purdey chats with Dr Dicky Budiman about how Indonesia's health systems are coping. What lessons were learned from the Delta wave in mid-2021? Are vaccinations doing what they should?

Dorce Gamalama: an accidental role model for gender and sexual minorities in Indonesia

, ,
Dorce Gamalama might have never described herself an activist, but she still made a major contribution to public awareness of gender and sexuality issues in Indonesia.

Talking Indonesia: private sector innovation

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What spurs private sector companies to innovate in ways that cater to lower-income customers? How have governments responded to such innovation? Dr Dave McRae chats with Professor Michiko Iizuka in a special Policy in Focus episode of Talking Indonesia.

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