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Inmitten des Facebook-Skandals

Inmitten des Facebook-Skandals


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Posted on 02:54 AM in "In the Spotlight", Indonesia, Publications, Society & Religion
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Ahok geht in Berufung

Ahok geht in Berufung


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Posted on 03:59 AM in "In the Spotlight", democracy, Elections & Political Parties, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Publications, Society & Religion
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So predictable but still unstoppable?

So predictable but still unstoppable?


In the spotlight, January 05, 2018

by Yvonne Kunz

 

Oil palm plantations seem to be a pest to Indonesian forests. Sumatra and Kalimantan are already plastered with vast plantations, islands that used to be vastly covered by forests. Research on the ecological and socio-economic impacts of this transformation has been conducted for years and years. While results are often complex and not always finding a common answer, data for the affected regions at the same time reveal ... read more

Posted on 01:17 AM in "In the Spotlight", Indonesia, Papua, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Tödliches Feuerwerk

Tödliches Feuerwerk


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Posted on 04:16 AM in "In the Spotlight", Economy, Labor & Corruption, Indonesia, Publications
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Tanja Hummel hat keine Angst vor dem großen Knall auf Bali

Tanja Hummel hat keine Angst vor dem großen Knall auf Bali


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Posted on 04:01 AM in "In the Spotlight", Disasters, Indonesia, Publications, Environment & Climate
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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 on 04:44 PM in "In the Spotlight", Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Rainforest, Environment & Climate
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Topangebot, nur noch kurze Zeit! 17 Euro für Ihr Haus

Topangebot, nur noch kurze Zeit! 17 Euro für Ihr Haus


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Posted on 05:17 PM in "In the Spotlight", Human Development, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Publications
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Suciwati: „Die Regierung nutzt die Justiz als Mauer aus, um sich vor Strafverfolgung zu schützen“

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


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Posted on 05:54 PM in "In the Spotlight", Activities, democracy, Feature, Justice, Human Rights, Indonesia, Recent Activities, Publications, Transitional Justice
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French bank backs out of financing Indonesian coal plant

French bank backs out of financing Indonesian coal plant


In the spotlight, 10 January 2017 

by Yvonne Kunz

For the first time at the Conference of the Parties (COP) in Bali 2007 and again with the ratification of the Paris Agreement, Indonesia has pledged to take serious emission reduction actions. As one of the biggest emitters worldwide, the pledge is to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 29 per cent by 2030, and up to 41 per cent with foreign support including technology and finance. The main contributors to toxic ... read more

Posted on 03:53 PM in "In the Spotlight", Economy, Labor & Corruption, Indonesia, Mining, Publications, Environment & Climate
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Rohingya’s last hope

Rohingya’s last hope


In the spotlight, 27 November 2016

by Alex Flor

It’s good to know that the Indonesian people and their government care about the Rohingya in Burma (Myanmar). However, besides demanding for acknowledgement as citizens and improvement of their human rights situation in Burma (Myanmar), Indonesia should underline its commitment by her own means.

Hundreds, or even thousands of Rohingya refugees came by boat. Many of them were rejected by Indonesian authorizies while still at sea. Indonesian navy ... read more

Posted on 02:09 AM in "In the Spotlight", Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Society & Religion
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