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neue Publikation: Aceh 360 Grad

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neue Publikation: Peacebuilding in Aceh – zwischen Tsunami und Scharia

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Suciwati: „Die Regierung nutzt die Justiz als Mauer aus, um sich vor Strafverfolgung zu schützen“

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Vernissage “The Act of Living” zum Internationalen Frauentag 2017

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The problem is the missing will by the Government of Indonesia

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Staatsbesuch des indonesischen Präsidenten

Staatsbesuch des indonesischen Präsidenten Staatsbesuch des indonesischen Präsidenten

17.000 Inseln der Imagination und zwei Gesichter: Selbstdarstellung in Deutschland, Zensur in Indonesien

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The Future of Paper

A short video on paper cosumption

The Future of Paper The Future of Paper

Eine Reise gegen Landgewinnung auf Bali

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Call for Papers: Law and Justice – Indonesia 20 years after ‘Reformasi’

Call for Papers: Law and Justice – Indonesia 20 years after ‘Reformasi’


Watch Indonesia,  August 02,  2018

A conference organized by Watch Indonesia!

Berlin, 9th – 11th November 2018

The year 1998 is considered as the year of ‘Reformasi’ which marked the end of dictatorship in Indonesia. The great pro-democratic demonstrations, especially those of students, ended dictator Suharto’s power who had led the country under military rule for 30 years. The movement’s demands were: (1) Replacement of Suharto as president; (2) Legal action against Suharto and his »Cronies«; (3) Elimination of ... read more

Posted in Activities, democracy, Justice, Indonesia

Verbreitung, Verlauf und Verharmlosung islamistischer Strömungen innerhalb indonesischer Gesellschaftsstrukturen

Verbreitung, Verlauf und Verharmlosung islamistischer Strömungen innerhalb indonesischer Gesellschaftsstrukturen


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Posted in Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Publications, Society & Religion

Indonesian billionaire using ‘shadow companies’ to clear forest for palm oil, report alleges

Indonesian billionaire using ‘shadow companies’ to clear forest for palm oil, report alleges


Mongabay, 11 April 2018

news.mongabay.com/2018/04/indonesian-billionaire-using-shadow-companies-to-clear-forest-for-palm-oil-report-alleges

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  • Two plantation companies linked to Anthoni Salim, Indonesia’s third-richest man, are deforesting a peat swamp in Borneo, according to new research by Aidenvironment.
  • In response to the findings, Citigroup said it was cancelling all lending agreements with IndoAgri, the Salim Group’s agribusiness arm.
  • The Salim Group was previously accused of being behind four companies at the forefront of illegal oil palm expansion in Indonesia’s Papua region, employing a complex network ... read more

Posted in Agro Fuels, Economy, Labor & Corruption, Indonesia, Papua, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate, Watch Indonesia! in the Media

RSPO Principles and Criteria Draft (v2)

RSPO Principles and Criteria Draft (v2)


July 16, 2018

Dear RSPO Members and Consumer Goods Manufacturing Companies:

We are writing to you regarding the proposed revisions to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Principles & Criteria (P&C). The second draft was released recently for public consultation, ending on August 4, 2018.

The undersigned NGOs are concerned about existing deficiencies in the proposed requirements. Stronger reforms are needed to bring the P&C in line with the ‘no deforestation, no peat, no exploitation’ (NDPE) standards adopted by ... read more

Posted in Agro Fuels, Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, Open Letters, Papua, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate

Simbar Wareh

Simbar Wareh


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Stur und selbstbestimmt

Stur und selbstbestimmt


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From Dreams to Nightmares

From Dreams to Nightmares


Tourism Watch, July 2018

https://www.tourism-watch.de/node/2669

Children as Victims of Sex Tourism in Bali

by Yuliati Umrah

Bali is a heaven for millions of tourists from other countries. Hotels, restaurants and other tourist facilities are mushrooming in the southern and central regions of Bali. Many Balinese women working in this sector also engage in sexual relations with foreign tourists. Where these relationships result in pregnancies, the women and children may eventually be left to their own devices. The Indonesian ... read more

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

20th Anniversary of the ‘Biak Massacre’, West Papua

20th Anniversary of the ‘Biak Massacre’, West Papua


 

 

London, New York, Berlin, Wuppertal, Geneva, 6 July 2018

Joint Statement of Solidarity

 20th Anniversary of the ‘Biak Massacre’, West Papua

Today – July 6, 2018 – we stand in solidarity with the people of West Papua in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the torture, rape, killing and disappearances of many children, women and men who gathered near a water tower by Biak Port in West Papua for a peaceful protest against the Indonesian Government.

On July 6 1998, the Indonesian ... read more

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

Palmöl und die Rodung von Regenwäldern: ein Brief an Peter Altmaier

Palmöl und die Rodung von Regenwäldern: ein Brief an Peter Altmaier


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Palmöl im Tank: Offener Brief an Wirtschaftsminister Altmaier

Palmöl im Tank: Offener Brief an Wirtschaftsminister Altmaier


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Posted in Agro Fuels, Joint Open Letters, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Open Letters, Publications, Environment & Climate

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