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Famine and fraud

Famine and fraud

A story of mass starvation tells us much about media coverage and local government in Papua

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Jokowi for President? No!

Jokowi for President? No!

Riverbank settlers love Jokowi, but they don’t want him to become president

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Wasted talent

Wasted talent

Returned migrant workers have much to offer, but have trouble achieving recognition for the skills they’ve developed abroad

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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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Review: A tale of survival and resilience in modern Surabaya

Review: A tale of survival and resilience in modern Surabaya

Robbie Peters' new book brings the poor urban kampungs of Surabaya to life

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Stopping intolerance

Stopping intolerance

Government must act to halt growing discrimination against minorities

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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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Fantasising romance overseas

Fantasising romance overseas

Transgender Indonesian migrants are looking for romance and security in Europe, but nothing is easy 

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Caught between two happinesses

Caught between two happinesses

Young Indonesian lesbians struggle with the pressure to marry

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Lives endangered

Lives endangered

Three stories of people with HIV/AIDS in the central highlands of Papua show that both the government and community have a long way to go in confronting this major epidemic

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Big prison, little prison

Big prison, little prison

Stories from Papua’s political prisoners show life at the edge of freedom

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Life and death in immigration detention

Life and death in immigration detention

Detained asylum seekers face massive hurdles in accessing rights and protection

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Legislating against the supernatural

Legislating against the supernatural

Indonesia’s parliament is cracking down on sorcery

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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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What gives rise to moral outrage?

What gives rise to moral outrage?

Rather than being merely the result of religious extremism, recent cases of moral outrage point to a wide range of current political and social problems

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Teaching remote Indonesia

Teaching remote Indonesia

A new program sends Indonesia’s best and brightest graduates to teach children in its poorest villages

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Living without a state

Living without a state

People in rural Papua are more interested in basic services than grand political struggles

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Online networking and minority rights

Online networking and minority rights

LGBT communities use social media to organise despite threats of violence

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High stakes

High stakes

ASRIANA KEBON speaks to Indonesian underage minors who were returned to Indonesia following age determination hearings in Darwin

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Dealing with social exclusion

Dealing with social exclusion

Illegal squatters in Jakarta struggle for recognition of their homes and livelihoods

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