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Freedom of information

Freedom of information

The Freedom of Information Act has largely failed to make government institutions more transparent and accountable

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Dancing against violence

Dancing against violence

Not even Mount Kelud erupting could stop Yogyakarta's activists from standing up against violence to women as part of One Billion Rising

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Campaigning for agrarian reform

Campaigning for agrarian reform

Rahmat Ajiguna talks to Eve Warburton about the need to make farmers the centre of food security in Indonesia

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Indonesia’s new anarchists

Indonesia’s new anarchists

Insurrectionary anarchists, with international connections, nihilist values and a penchant for arson, are moving to fill the vacuum on the left

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Overcrowding crisis

Overcrowding crisis

A disintegrating justice system is causing rampant prison overcrowding

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Legislating against the supernatural

Legislating against the supernatural

Indonesia’s parliament is cracking down on sorcery

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Coins for the KPK

Coins for the KPK

A public donation campaign shames the national legislature into supporting Indonesia’s premier anti-corruption agency

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Review: The making of an Indonesian human rights lawyer

Review: The making of an Indonesian human rights lawyer

Dan Lev explains how an outsider became a national hero

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Staying the executioners' guns?

Staying the executioners' guns?

There are signs that Indonesia may move towards abolition of the death penalty

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Where there’s smoke, there’s politics

Where there’s smoke, there’s politics

Campaigns against smoking are finally gaining ground, but the tobacco lobby is fighting back

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Ignorance that kills

Ignorance that kills

Many Indonesian women face great difficulties in accessing safe terminations of unwanted pregnancies

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Facebooking for reform?

Facebooking for reform?

Social media campaigns highlight the need for criminal law reform in Indonesia

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For the good of the people?

For the good of the people?

The challenges of governing ‘societal organisations’ pose difficult questions for Indonesian democracy

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God and democracy

God and democracy

A Christian church is asserting its democratic rights by suing the mayor of Depok

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A terrible legacy

A terrible legacy

Indonesian doctors have been persecuted for providing safe abortions for almost a century

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The right to choose

The right to choose

Indonesian activists keep fighting to have abortion decriminalised

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Not just a piece of paper

Not just a piece of paper

The state’s requirements for marriage registration disadvantage poor rural women

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D-day for anti-corruption reform

D-day for anti-corruption reform

Draft legislation is a prescription potentially worse than the ailment

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Winning a battle, losing the war

Winning a battle, losing the war

Drug users in Indonesia are made vulnerable by current drug laws

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Demonstrating diversity

Demonstrating diversity

Photo-essay: Yogya’s community protests against the Pornography Bill

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