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Married with children

Married with children

The second round of direct elections for governors and district heads shows that democratisation is allowing powerful families to entrench themselves in local politics

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Medicine for a sick system

Medicine for a sick system

Healthcare in Indonesia suffers from many chronic problems that only healthier politics can cure

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I’m a terrific child!

I’m a terrific child!

A home schooling project in Kendari provides a new kind of early learning experience

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The winds of change

The winds of change

Men in Pekanbaru and Makassar are slowly changing their minds about domestic violence

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Fighting to survive

Fighting to survive

A small community in Southeast Sulawesi is engaged in an ongoing quest for recognition of its right to live on its ancestral land

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Survival through slavery

Survival through slavery

Suspected communists who survived the killings of 1965-66 in South Sulawesi spent the next 20 years working for the military in an isolated jungle camp

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Big business, big damage

Big business, big damage

Bioprospecting is threatening Bunaken National Park

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New leadership, new policies?

New leadership, new policies?

The Nahdlatul Ulama congress in Makassar arrests the slide away from liberal views but shows the organisation's vulnerability to outside political interference

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Passports optional

Passports optional

Indonesian migrant workers without visas - or sometimes even passports - rely on the help of middlemen to get past immigration checkpoints into East Malaysia

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Inside the Laskar Jihad

Inside the Laskar Jihad

From the Archives

Greg Fealy (ii65: Jan-Mar 2001) interviews the leader of a new, radical and militant sect

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Locating culture in the church

Locating culture in the church

Minahasan Christians reinterpret their cultural history and identity through religion

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Seeking representation

Seeking representation

Activists in Palu remain confined to the political margins

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Faith, flags and festivities

Faith, flags and festivities

Images of highlanders at home and abroad

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Inventing Papua

Inventing Papua

Migrants from South Sulawesi have played an important role in manufacturing a Papuan identity

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Grassroots rehabilitation

Grassroots rehabilitation

The people of Poso are rebuilding their lives.

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Jungle Schools

Jungle Schools

Volunteers bring alternative education to marginalised communities

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Rise of the clans

Rise of the clans

Direct elections in South Sulawesi show that a new breed of political godfathers is coming to power in Indonesia’s regions. Parties are increasingly irrelevant, but electoral competition is real.

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Fishing in Australian Waters

In the past decade, 140 Indonesian fishermen drowned in Australian waters, a further 400 were imprisoned. JILL ELLIOTT reports that policies dealing with the issue are costly, ineffective and have tragic consequences. She suggests better alternatives.

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Jakarta money stirs Ujungpandang riot

VEDI HADIZ sent this eyewitness account from South Sulawesi.

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Sulawesi on two wheels

MICK COOPES drags a bicycle through the wilds of Toraja, South Sulawesi.

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