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Indonesië gelooft in God

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Tertio, 18. Oktober 2017

http://www.tertio.be/magazines/923/artikels/indonesi%C3%AB%20gelooft%20in%20god

Het cultuurfestival Europalia focust tot 21 januari op de traditionele en hedendaagse cultuur van Indonesië. Ook voor Tertio is dat een ideale aanleiding om in de editie van 18 oktober 2017 van nabij kennis te maken met de archipel van 14.572 eilanden in Zuidoost-Azië. 

Indonesië is het vierde grootste land ter wereld met bovendien de grootste moslimpopulatie: 88,2 procent van de bijna 260 miljoen inwoners hangt de islam aan. Dat maakt dat ... read more

Posted in Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Society & Religion, Watch Indonesia! in the Media

Human Rights in West Papua 2017

Human Rights in West Papua 2017


ICP, 26 September 2017

http://www.humanrightspapua.org/hrreport/2017

[The fifth report of the International Coalition for Papua (ICP) covering events from January 2015 until December 2016 ]

More than 40 organisations in West Papua, Jakarta and worldwide have brought their analysis on the human rights and conflict situation in West Papua together. The executive summary of the 218-pages report explains how several human rights standards have deteriorated over the last two years. The report is compiled by the International Coalition for Papua (ICP) and ... read more

Posted in joint studies and reports, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Papua, Press Freedom, Publications, Rainforest, Studies, Environment & Climate

Jerman memilih

Jerman memilih


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Posted in democracy, Elections & Political Parties, Indonesia, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media

Wenn Kritik bedeutet, nur Schönes und Gutes zu sagen

Wenn Kritik bedeutet, nur Schönes und Gutes zu sagen


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Posted in Aceh, democracy, Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Papua, Press Freedom, Publications, Regional Conflicts

Indonesia: Government must make public the 2005 fact-finding report on Munir’s case

Indonesia: Government must make public the 2005 fact-finding report on Munir’s case


 

JOINT PUBLIC STATEMENT, 6 September 2017

In commemorating the thirteen years after the killing of human rights defender Munir Said Thalib, 7th of September 2017, the undersigned regional and international human rights organizations call on the Indonesian President Joko Widodo to take decisive and concrete action to ensure those responsible – including those at the highest levels – are brought to justice. As a first key step towards establishing the truth, President Widodo must release the 2005 report prepared by ... read more

Posted in Joint Press Releases & Statements, Human Rights, Indonesia, Press Releases, Publications

Kendeng: Der Kampf gegen die Zerstörung geht weiter

Kendeng: Der Kampf gegen die Zerstörung geht weiter


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Posted in democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Judiciary & Administration, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Publications, Environment & Climate

Shoot ‘em all!

Shoot ‘em all!


In the spotlight, 10 August 2017

by Yvonne Kunz

Indonesia is a country known to be quite rigorous when it comes to particular contraventions. Drug trafficking for example can be sanctioned with the death penalty legitimized by law. A new dimension has been reached with President Joko Widodo’s (Jokowi) encouragement to shoot drug traffickers on the spot see also Watch Indonesia!, Information und Analyse, 08 August 2017. Extra-judicial killings to tackle environmental issues again, seem to be a ... read more

Posted in "In the Spotlight", Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate

Mit Demokratieabbau gegen Anti-Demokraten

Mit Demokratieabbau gegen Anti-Demokraten


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Posted in democracy, Elections & Political Parties, Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Judiciary & Administration, Publications, Society & Religion

In Indonesia, the peasant struggle of Kendeng

In Indonesia, the peasant struggle of Kendeng


open Democracy, 11 July 2017

www.opendemocracy.net/alice-sakasi/in-indonesia-peasant-struggle-of-kendeng

by Alice Sakasi

„We are ‘orang desa’ (country people), far from big cities. Maybe it’s hard for you to imagine that we work close to the earth, outside and sweating from morning until night.“

Mbak Gunarti, one of the women leaders of the peasant struggle of Kendeng came back last month to Indonesia, in the island of Java where she lives among her Samin people, after having spent several weeks in Germany. There she ... read more

Posted in Economy, Labor & Corruption, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Publications, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media

Peu haba Aceh? Apa kabar, Indonesia?

Peu haba Aceh? Apa kabar, Indonesia?


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Posted in Aceh, Activities, Visitor Programmes, democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Regional Conflicts, security sector, Society & Religion, Studies, Transitional Justice

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