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Mar 13, 2016

All alone

Rohingya man in a camp in Bayeun, Aceh - Credit: Henri Ismail

Unaccompanied minors face precarious conditions in Indonesia

By Realisa D Masardi

Mar 13, 2016

Resisting limbo

Children at play at the Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre - Credit: CRLC

Self-organisation amongst refugees in Indonesia

By Thomas Brown

Mar 13, 2016

Marriage denied

A Cambodian refugee with his daughter and Indonesian wife - Credit: Antje Missbach

Refugees, asylum seekers and stateless migrants face significant barriers to marrying their Indonesian partners

By Robyn Sampson

Mar 13, 2016

Ugly sanctuary

Dilapidated buildings at the former refugee centre on Galang Island - Credit: Antje Missbach

The Galang Island refugee camp has a chequered history

By Sindhunata Hargyono

Mar 13, 2016

Rocking the boat

The group of eighteen with their interpreters at the Curtin Detention Centre, 1995 - Credit: Odete Pinto

Jose da Costa and 17 others fled Indonesia-occupied East Timor on a small fishing boat and sought asylum in Australia

By Vannessa Hearman and Jose da Costa

Mar 13, 2016

Shelter versus shielded borders

A sign reading ‘West Aceh Community support for Muslim Rohingya’ - Credit: Antje Missbach

The Rohingya case reveals the difficulty of combatting transnational crime associated with forced migration

By Tri Nuke Pudjiastuti

Mar 15, 2016

Bagaimana Indonesia menangani migrasi paksa

Kasus Rohingya mengungkap bagaimana sulitnya melawan kejahatan transnasional dalam migrasi paksa

By Tri Nuke Pudjiastuti

Mar 14, 2016

Filling the legal vacuum

Asylum seekers queue at UNHCR’s office in Jakarta - Credit: Antje Missbach

Improving prospects for asylum seekers and refugees in Indonesia is a matter of political will

By Sophie Duxson

Mar 14, 2016

What the future might hold

Rafendi Djamin (former Indonesian representative AICHR), Tri Nuke Pudjiastuti (LIPI), and Alice Nah (University of York) at the track two dialogue - Credit: Centre for Policy Development

Opening new prospects for asylum seekers and refugees in Indonesia and Southeast Asia

By Lars Stenger

May 01, 2016

If I were Australia/ Kalau aku Australia

Poems across the Indonesian-Australian divide

By Yacinta Kurniasih

Apr 24, 2016

A room of one’s own

Source: Brigitta Isabella

Mobile libraries and writers clubs reveal a rich reading and writing culture...

By Brigitta Isabella

Apr 24, 2016

A feminist trajectory of literary influences

A writer pays homage to the women writers and intellectuals who paved...

By Intan Paramaditha

Apr 18, 2016

Imagining a nation divided

A mosque in Sidikalang, a town in North Sumatra just across the border from Aceh Singkil - Daniel Andrew Birchok

Aceh Singkil’s recent church burning may reflect common ways Indonesians have linked...

By Daniel Andrew Birchok

Apr 18, 2016

Review: Sites, Bodies and Stories

Sites, Bodies and Stories: Imagining Indonesian History - Cover Image

History and heritage in the Indonesian imagination

By Ken Setiawan

Apr 11, 2016

Review: Women, Sexual Violence and the Indonesian Killings of 1965-66

Women, Sexual Violence and the Indonesian Killings of 1965-66 - Routledge

Pohlman’s study provides sensitive and powerful testimony of the impact of this...

By Hannah Loney

Apr 11, 2016

Murdering army, silent church

Rev. Mery Kolimon: ‘The Indonesian Churches did not protect the victims of 1965’ - Willem van Gent

Reverend Mery Kolimon, researcher and advocate working on the 1965 killings in...

By Willy van Rooijen

Apr 04, 2016

Testimony of a messenger

President Sukarno with PKI Secretary General DN Aidit at an anniversary celebration for the PKI, 23 May 1965  -  Howard Sochurek

A memoir by a former army officer offers insights into Suharto’s moves...

By Margot L. Lyon

Apr 03, 2016

Accomplice to atrocity?

Keith Shann - The Canberra Times, 15 April 1977.

Australia’s role in the 1965 massacres

By Marlene Millott

Edition 124: Asylum in Indonesia

Asylum in Indonesia: Can temporary refuge become permanent protection?

The international refugee system is in disarray. As Europe struggles to craft a response to an unprecedented influx of migrants and asylum seekers, the United Nations refugee agency reports that...

Mar 13, 2016 - Antje Missbach and Nikolas Feith Tan

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