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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.

Talking Indonesia: Confucianism

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Why and how did Confucianism come to be recognised as a religion in Indonesia? Who are Indonesia’s Confucians, and what does the future hold for Confucianism in the country? Dr Charlotte Setijadi chats to Dr Evi Sutrisno in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Mandatory vaccination will not solve Indonesia’s Covid-19 problem

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Rather than penalising individuals who refuse vaccination, the Indonesian government would be better off actively engaging with the public and examining why scepticism around the Covid-19 vaccine remains prevalent.

Talking Indonesia: getting elected

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What are the keys to winning local elections? Do party coalitions shape candidates' chances of winning, or the way that they govern if they are successful? Dr Dave McRae chats to Dr Adrianus Hendrawan about these issues and more in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Indonesia is betting on CoronaVac in its fight against Covid-19. But will it work?

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Indonesia has moved quickly to set up a national program to vaccinate against Covid-19. But it faces major challenges in vaccinating the population in a timely and effective manner.

A personal religious choice: regions banned from forcing students to wear headscarves

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A new joint ministerial decision banning forced religious clothing in schools has been welcomed by activists. But in an increasingly conservative society, will headscarves continue to be viewed as compulsory?

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and the vaccine

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What are the challenges involved with vaccinating Indonesia's large and diverse population against Covid-19? Is the government taking the right approach? Will the CoronaVac vaccine do the job? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Dr Ines Atmosukarto in the first episode of Talking Indonesia for 2021.

Sigi attack prompts another tug of war over counterterrorism policy

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If the military is going to be involved in efforts to combat terrorism, it is time for a deeper discussion on how it can be both effective and accountable.

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

, , ,
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: Confucianism

,
Why and how did Confucianism come to be recognised as a religion in Indonesia? Who are Indonesia’s Confucians, and what does the future hold for Confucianism in the country? Dr Charlotte Setijadi chats to Dr Evi Sutrisno in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Mandatory vaccination will not solve Indonesia’s Covid-19 problem

, ,
Rather than penalising individuals who refuse vaccination, the Indonesian government would be better off actively engaging with the public and examining why scepticism around the Covid-19 vaccine remains prevalent.

Talking Indonesia: getting elected

, ,
What are the keys to winning local elections? Do party coalitions shape candidates' chances of winning, or the way that they govern if they are successful? Dr Dave McRae chats to Dr Adrianus Hendrawan about these issues and more in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Indonesia is betting on CoronaVac in its fight against Covid-19. But will it work?

,
Indonesia has moved quickly to set up a national program to vaccinate against Covid-19. But it faces major challenges in vaccinating the population in a timely and effective manner.

A personal religious choice: regions banned from forcing students to wear headscarves

, , ,
A new joint ministerial decision banning forced religious clothing in schools has been welcomed by activists. But in an increasingly conservative society, will headscarves continue to be viewed as compulsory?

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and the vaccine

,
What are the challenges involved with vaccinating Indonesia's large and diverse population against Covid-19? Is the government taking the right approach? Will the CoronaVac vaccine do the job? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Dr Ines Atmosukarto in the first episode of Talking Indonesia for 2021.

Sigi attack prompts another tug of war over counterterrorism policy

,
If the military is going to be involved in efforts to combat terrorism, it is time for a deeper discussion on how it can be both effective and accountable.

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