The criminalisation of a whistleblower shows how corruption can entangle even participatory development programs
Herb Feith Annual Memorial Lecture 2014
Budi Brahmantyo continues a lineage of scientific art for which West Java’s natural resources have provided the subject
Indonesia’s liberal art scene attracts adventurous Australian artists
The generation of artists rising after Reformasi is failing to create meaning outside the art market
Titarubi’s art challenges masculinity in Indonesian visual arts and beyond
There are signs that Indonesia may move towards abolition of the death penalty
Mental health services have been seriously neglected in Indonesia, but emergency responses to the Aceh tsunami and conflict have led to new ways of thinking
Healthcare in Indonesia suffers from many chronic problems that only healthier politics can cure
Campaigns against smoking are finally gaining ground, but the tobacco lobby is fighting back
As infectious diseases spread, strategic governance becomes ever more important
Many Indonesian women face great difficulties in accessing safe terminations of unwanted pregnancies
Rebuilding trust in doctors will be an important part of Aceh’s post-conflict recovery
Regional governments around Indonesia are devising new and ambitious free healthcare schemes for their electorates, but to what end?
Indonesian television advertisements are constructing images of Indonesia by appropriating well-known nationalist themes
Indonesia is Facebooking, Twittering and blogging, but what effect is this having on campaigns for social justice?
Indonesia is online. The number of Indonesians using the internet increased from two million in 2000 to over 55 million in 2012, the fourth largest number of internet users in Asia (after China, India and Japan).