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

NGOs

Forty years on

With Suharto gone, the anniversary of the 1965 coup attempt is more controversial than ever

Partnership or pretence

Who should call the shots – international donors or local NGOs?

The activists' dilemma

Many are ambivalent about international aid

Where it hurts in Papua

An Indonesian NGO finds injustices in unexpected places

Rebuilding lives

An Australian aid worker reflects on post-tsunami reconstruction.

Lost daughters

Underage women in the commercial sex trade

Anti-malarials or anti-Christ?

Health promotion in remote Tello islands

Unfinished Business

Labour on the net

Corporate social responsibility?

Just a public relations exercise that undermines workers’ rights

Coming of age

Indonesia’s environment network faces dilemmas as it turns 25.

Contested land claims

Which Dongi people should be compensated for land?

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