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Film review: Daniel Ziv’s acclaimed 'Jalanan'

Film review: Daniel Ziv’s acclaimed 'Jalanan'

A film that takes the viewer deep into the lives of three people living on Jakarta's margins

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Back with a vengeance

Back with a vengeance

Former migrant workers are finding new empowerment in the bureaucratic jungle of legal aid

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My eyes may be blue, but I am Indonesian

My eyes may be blue, but I am Indonesian

The different and difficult experiences of Eurasian Indonesians

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Participatory Design

Participatory Design

The social role of architects and architecture in kampung upgrading

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Chinese whispers: The art of reflection

Chinese whispers: The art of reflection

Essays and Fiction is a new series of writing in Inside Indonesia that aims to give voice to more personal stories about Indonesia. We welcome submissions in the form of reflective pieces, fiction, artwork, or essays about travel and fieldwork experiences.

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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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