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Palmöl: Indonesiens Meeresminister geht an Land

Palmöl: Indonesiens Meeresminister geht an Land


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Posted on 03:26 AM in Agro Fuels, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Publications, Environment & Climate
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Kisah Lelaki yang Nekat Menggebuk Presiden Suharto

Kisah Lelaki yang Nekat Menggebuk Presiden Suharto


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Posted on 02:02 AM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Press Freedom, Publications, Regional Conflicts, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Presiden Menggebuk, Presiden Digebuk

Presiden Menggebuk, Presiden Digebuk


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Posted on 11:46 PM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Publications, Regional Conflicts, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Indonesia Receives First Batch of New German-made Main Battle Tanks

Indonesia Receives First Batch of New German-made Main Battle Tanks


In the spotlight, 24 May 2016

by Alex Flor

Since more than four years Watch Indonesia! and other organizations have protested against the export of German tanks to Indonesia, s. www.watchindonesia.org/14027/deutsche-panzerlieferungen-nach-indonesien?lang=de

In 2012 we raised the question why Main Battle Tanks (MBT) like the German Leopard must by modified for urban warfare, if these arms systems are only supposed to be used for „legitimate defence”? Defence against whom? Not at the border, but in urban areas?

The German government would never ... read more

Posted on 03:13 AM in "In the Spotlight", democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, security sector
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Angesagt! – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!

Angesagt! – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!


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Posted on 11:22 PM in Aceh, Agro Fuels, Activities, democracy, Elections & Political Parties, Justice, History & Overview, Human Development, Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Recent Activities, Land & Indigenous Rights, East Timor, Papua, Press Freedom, Rainforest, Society & Religion, Transitional Justice, Environment & Climate
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Laksmi Pamuntjak: Censorship is returning to Indonesia in the name of the 1965 purges

Laksmi Pamuntjak: Censorship is returning to Indonesia in the name of the 1965 purges


In the spotlight, 28 October 2015

by Alex Flor

Laksmi Pamuntjak was one of the star writers at the 67th Frankfurt Book Fair that closed its doors just ten days ago. Indonesia was the “Guest of Honour” at the Fair, and due to the works of Laksmi Pamuntjak, Leila Chudori, Ayu Utami, and some others the mass killings against (alleged) communists in Indonesia from 1965 on became the top issue in coverage of the book fair by the German media.

The ... read more

Posted on 01:20 AM in "In the Spotlight", History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Press Freedom, Publications, Society & Religion
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The Struggle against Impunity in Indonesia

The Struggle against Impunity in Indonesia


September 2015

Conference Proceedings
Berlin, 23-24 September 2014

Event format

We at Watch Indonesia! e.V. wish to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Munir’s death by organizing a conference on the topic of impunity in Indonesia, which will take place in Germany. We intend to discuss various human rights violations that have taken or are taking place in Indonesia, with special focus on Munir’s murder, the massacre of 1965 and the human rights abuses happening in East Timor. Germany plays a ... read more

Posted on 10:14 PM in Activities, Justice, Human Rights, Human Rights, Indonesia, Recent Activities, East Timor, Publications, Studies, Transitional Justice, Transitional Justice, Past Events, Watch's Studies and Reports
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Challenging a Home Country:<br />A Preliminary Account of Indonesian Student Activism in Berlin, Germany

Challenging a Home Country:
A Preliminary Account of Indonesian Student Activism in Berlin, Germany


ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, Vol 7, No 2 (2014)

https://aseas.univie.ac.at/index.php/aseas/article/view/240/141   

Syafiq Hasyim

Hasyim, S. (2014). Challenging a home country: A preliminary account of Indonesian student activism in Berlin, Germany. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 7(2), 183-198.

This article gives an overview on Indonesian student activism in Berlin, Germany. Based on documents (published and unpublished), interviews, and conversations with former and current student activists, the paper scrutinizes the trajectory of activism of Indonesian ... read more

Posted on 12:06 AM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Publications, Society & Religion, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Indonesienreise: Außenminister Steinmeier soll neue Regierung auf Menschenrechte einschwören

Indonesienreise: Außenminister Steinmeier soll neue Regierung auf Menschenrechte einschwören


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Indonesian version

Posted on 04:36 AM in democracy, Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Papua, Press Freedom, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch's Press Releases & Statements
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Kepresidenan Jerman menanggapi surat penolakan penempatan Fauzi Bowo sebagai Duta Besar RI

Kepresidenan Jerman menanggapi surat penolakan penempatan Fauzi Bowo sebagai Duta Besar RI


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Posted on 12:40 AM in Activities, democracy, Joint Open Letters, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Publications
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