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Marhaen: An Indonesian Journal from 1980s West Berlin

Marhaen: An Indonesian Journal from 1980s West Berlin


Southeast Asia Library Group (SEALG), May 10, 2019

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In 2011 the Library of Southeast Asian Studies of Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt acquired the library of the Stiftung Asienhaus (“Foundation Asia House”, then located in Essen, now in Cologne), an association of several German NGOs working on Asia. Among the many uncatalogued materials of this collection we recently found three volumes of a small Indonesian-language leftist journal named Marhaen: Analisa & Berita Bulanan.

This journal was published in ... read more

Posted on 02:33 AM in History & Overview, Indonesia, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Den inneren Frieden bewahren

Den inneren Frieden bewahren


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Posted on 01:44 AM in Aceh, Human Rights, Human Rights, Indonesia, East Timor, Papua, Publications, Regional Conflicts, Society & Religion, Transitional Justice, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Sein und (Heiligen-)Schein in Indonesien

Sein und (Heiligen-)Schein in Indonesien


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Posted on 12:31 AM in History & Overview, Indonesia, Publications, Society & Religion, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Benedict Anderson’s View of Nationalism

Benedict Anderson’s View of Nationalism


The Nation, May 19, 2016

http://www.thenation.com/article/benedict-andersons-view-of-nationalism

The child of late empire, who transformed the field of area studies,
lived a life beyond boundaries.

By Scott Sherman

In 1967, Sudisman, the general secretary of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI), whose ranks had just been decimated in a series of massacres that left hundreds of thousands dead, was put on trial. Of the top five PKI leaders, Sudisman was the only one who appeared in court; the others were shot. ... read more

Posted on 12:06 AM in democracy, Justice, History & Overview, Indonesia, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Vergessen gemachte Geschichte

Vergessen gemachte Geschichte


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Posted on 02:58 PM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Press Freedom, Publications, Society & Religion, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Exiled politics: The act of singing

Exiled politics: The act of singing


exberliner, 24. August 2015

http://www.exberliner.com/features/out-now-our-september-exiled-politics-issue-2015/
  

Indonesian musician Tomi Simatupang is on a one-man mission to introduce Germany to an enigmatic song – and in doing so, bring his country’s darkest past to light.

By Eduardo Ecker MACIEJ LENARTOWICZ

The lights begin to dim as the last few people quietly squeeze into the stuffy conference room at the Haus der Demokratie on a hot summer evening. Tomi Simatupang hunches his shoulders behind his makeshift electric guitar and pedal ... read more

Posted on 04:46 PM in History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Society & Religion, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Der vergessene Massenmord

Der vergessene Massenmord


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Posted on 08:55 PM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Publications, Transitional Justice, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Ziviler Ungehorsam als Lebensprinzip

Ziviler Ungehorsam als Lebensprinzip


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Posted on 02:18 AM in democracy, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Judiciary & Administration, Publications, Watch Indonesia! in the Media
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Breaking the myth of Religious Tolerance in Indonesia

Breaking the myth of Religious Tolerance in Indonesia


Information and analysis, 23 April 2013

by Basilisa Dengen

 

Most of Indonesian people, especially Indonesian government officials, nowadays still think that Indonesia is a country with a high degree of tolerance towards different religions and cultures. How far is it true?

 

The regent of Bekasi sealed an Ahmadiyah mosque on 4th April in the evening. The Public Order Squad, Satpol PP, attached fences to block access to the building. Ahmadiyah members in the field questioned the reason for this ... read more

Posted on 09:21 PM in Human Rights, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Publications, Society & Religion
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Angesagt – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!

Angesagt – aus der Arbeit von Watch Indonesia!


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Posted on 08:26 PM in Activities, History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Recent Activities, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Papua, Publications, Environment & Climate, SUARA magazine
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