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Review: Seeking peace without justice

Review: Seeking peace without justice

The memoir of a former human rights commission official gives insights into handling of human rights in Indonesia in the late New Order and early reformasi period

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Remembering Munir

Remembering Munir

A museum dedicated to the memory of the famous activist strives to promote human rights awareness among the younger generation

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After justice

After justice

What happens after three police officers are found guilty of manslaughter and torture?

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Review: Justice, victimhood and remembering the violence in East Timor

Review: Justice, victimhood and remembering the violence in East Timor

Lia Kent’s study of East Timor’s attempts at transitional justice is an important contribution  

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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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Strange bedfellows

Strange bedfellows

An unlikely alliance between former rebels and a former New Order tormentor will test the limits of Partai Aceh loyalty

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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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An interview with Joshua Oppenheimer

An interview with Joshua Oppenheimer

The filmmaker explains that The Act of Killing exposes the imagination of terror

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Review: When perpetrators speak

Review: When perpetrators speak

Joshua Oppenheimer’s groundbreaking new film raises disturbing questions about why perpetrators of the 1965-66 mass killings still enjoy impunity for their actions

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Review: An act of manipulation?

Review: An act of manipulation?

Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing is a bold, disturbing and ultimately unsatisfactory exploration of the place of violence in modern Indonesia

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'Truth takes a while, justice even longer'

'Truth takes a while, justice even longer'

In 2012 significant new information exposed critical truths about the 1965 massacres in Indonesia, but there remain major obstacles to recovery and reconciliation

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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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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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I'm still here

I'm still here

Forty-five years later, survivors are telling their stories about their suffering in detention 

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Sensitive truths

Sensitive truths

The exhumation of mass graves from 1965-66 is a fraught and dangerous business

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Theatre of life

Theatre of life

A new generation of Indonesian theatre activists is staging performances based on the everyday experiences of local communities

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Homophobia on the rise

Homophobia on the rise

Recent attacks on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender meetings reveal the growing influence of Islamist groups and highlight unequal protection of citizenship rights

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Eager to work

Eager to work

The value of children’s paid work on Lombok’s tobacco plantations presents a challenge to emotive arguments for the wholesale banning of child labour

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