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Pemilu Lampung yang berlapis gula

Pemilu Lampung yang berlapis gula

Sugar Group membiayai pemilu gubernur baru Lampung supaya dapat menjaminkan perpanjangan sewa tanah

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Lampung’s sugar-coated elections

Lampung’s sugar-coated elections

Sugar Group financed the election of Lampung’s new governor to secure the renewal of its land leases

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Mining paradise

Mining paradise

Local communities resist mining development on Sulawesi’s Bangka Island

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Review: Taking a musical journey in Sumatra

Review: Taking a musical journey in Sumatra

Margaret Kartomi’s life-long devotion to bringing Sumatran music to the world is revealed in her major contribution to analysing and preserving this musical heritage

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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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The shadow of the Ayatollah

The shadow of the Ayatollah

Indonesia’s Shi’i community is struggling to find the right balance between local traditions and its fascination with Iran

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Angels and demons

Angels and demons

While a famous ‘reformer’ tries to undermine Indonesia’s local democratic institutions, the predators come to the rescue

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Community engagement

Community engagement

Don’t ignore REDD’s impacts on communities!

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Selling the wind

Selling the wind

Aceh experiments with a major REDD project, but without involving local people

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Climate justice

Climate justice

Climate change is compounding the environmental and social justice problems confronted by marginalised communities: a multi-faceted movement is needed in response

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Taking action in the provinces

Taking action in the provinces

Officials in Papua and Riau want to prevent deforestation, but they need concrete action and resources from the national government, not just talk and instructions

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Who owns the carbon?

Who owns the carbon?

Indonesia’s carbon stores spark international attention

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On death row

On death row

Dozens of Acehnese drug offenders face the death penalty in Malaysia

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Supporting syariah, advancing women

Supporting syariah, advancing women

The life and work of an Islamic teacher in Aceh shows that the struggle for gender equality is about much more than syariah.

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The trouble with oil palm

The trouble with oil palm

Conflicts between villagers and plantation companies in Sumatra are still unresolved

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The Aceh Party

The Aceh Party

The elections were tense in Aceh but in the end helped to consolidate the peace process

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Gestures of power and grace

Gestures of power and grace

As Minang dance shows, the guiding rules of culture are often unspoken

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Surviving conflict

Surviving conflict

Aceh’s performing arts have blossomed despite the conflict and the tsunami

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Patrolling sexuality

Patrolling sexuality

The authorities and the media promote vigilantism in Aceh

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Aceh on a knife's edge

Aceh on a knife's edge

There are big dangers in declaring success too soon

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