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Gender Rights
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Review: Power, change, and gender relations in rural Java

Review: Power, change, and gender relations in rural Java

Tickamyer and Kusujiarti’s new book is essential reading

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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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‘You’re crazy. Don’t make up things!’

‘You’re crazy. Don’t make up things!’

Celebrity gossip shows denigrate homosexuality, but at least they talk about it

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Repairing the damage

Repairing the damage

Safe havens and abuser counselling helping to reduce domestic violence cases in East Nusa Tenggara

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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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Combating domestic violence

Combating domestic violence

Government and the NGO sector are working to change attitudes towards violence against women

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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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This woman wants polygamy

This woman wants polygamy

But her husband won’t come to the party.

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Aa Gym

Aa Gym

The rise, fall, and re-branding of a celebrity preacher

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Strong women, strong unions

Strong women, strong unions

Women are challenging the stereotypes that have long defined Indonesian unionists.

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Myth of the effective little NGO

Making idealism work is very hard. NORI ANDRIYANI, with extraordinary honesty, tells why.

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A heroine for humanity

A heroine for humanity

There are dozens of stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for human rights in Aceh. Here is a personal account of one such person.

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Transgendered in Malang

Transgendered in Malang

The waria community in this East Javanese city are out in the open, but misunderstanding and prejudice are still widespread.

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Modelling syariah in Aceh

Modelling syariah in Aceh

A conference in Banda Aceh reveals divergent opinions about what model of Islamic law Aceh should adopt

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Justice for women?

New anti-domestic violence law brings hope for women.

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The fight for women's rights

It’s been a long struggle trying to get unions to listen to women

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We can do anything

Workers with soul take their message to the kampung

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Lost daughters

Underage women in the commercial sex trade

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