Dec 09, 2022 Last Updated 6:29 AM, Nov 29, 2022

NGOs

Hubs and wires

Internet use in Indonesian NGOs is strengthening civil society

The one that got away?

Muchdi’s murder trial starts falling apart

Demonstrating diversity

Photo-essay: Yogya’s community protests against the Pornography Bill

No positive news

People living with HIV face corruption and incompetence in the health system

Papua webs

Web-based resources related to Indonesian Papua and West Papua

Torture in Papua

Human rights groups report on abuses

Papua road map

Conflict resolution should move from a security to a justice approach

Indonesia'€™s Q!Film Festival

Young Indonesians are using an alternative film festival to promote awareness of sexual diversity

Grassroots rehabilitation

The people of Poso are rebuilding their lives.

Back to the drawing board

NGOs are having to come to terms with the demands of the governance agenda

Inside Yudhoyono'€™s anti-corruption machine

Despite attempts to re-engineer Indonesia’s governance mechanisms, corruption remains a chronic problem

Ten years of hoping and waiting

A photo essay about families of the disappeared

A world of reading

Local writers help combat illiteracy in rural Banten

Jungle Schools

Volunteers bring alternative education to marginalised communities

Stable but unpopular

Indonesians have a love-hate relationship with their political parties.

Voices from the muddy void

Living with the Lapindo disaster

Miracle solution or imminent disaster?

Jatropha biofuel production in Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara

Food for the future

Organic farming takes root in post-bomb Bali

Festival Mata Air

A community takes a fresh look at water

We refuse to become victims

Indonesian, Australian and Timor Leste artists collaborate

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