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After the earthquakes and tsunamis

Mental health and psychosocial support in the wake of disaster

Pastur-pastur, nenek dan skizofrenia

Pastur Kamilus menjadi panutan bagi pekerja sosial dalam upaya pembebasan korban pasung di Flores

Mencari depresi di Indonesia

Ada kebutuhan gawat untuk dukungan kelembagaan untuk lebih memahami dan merawat kasus depresi

Changing face of mental health

Awareness is spreading in Indonesia, but stigma and human rights breaches are still big problems

Perubahan wajah kesehatan jiwa di Indonesia

Kesadaran mengenai kesehatan jiwa semakin berkembang di Indonesia, namun stigma dan pelanggaran hak asasi manusia masih menjadi masalah besar

Heartbroken but hopeful, just

Indonesia’s Mental Health Law will have little impact without more regulatory support

More than medication

Cultural therapy and neurotherapy treat more than just the symptoms of poor mental health

Lebih dari memberi obat

Terapi budaya dan neuroterapi membantu pemulihan kesehatan jiwa

Sebuah medan pertempuran neurologis

Seorang jurnalis foto merefleksikan satu dekade mendokumentasikan nasib orang-orang dengan disabilitas psikososial di Indonesia 

A recovery-oriented model for mental health care for Indonesia?

An international team of researchers charts a course for change

Patah hati namun sedikit berharap

Undang-undang kesehatan jiwa Indonesia tak akan berhasil tanpa adanya peraturan pendukung

Essay: Celebrating Imlek, Catholic style

Practices such as Imlek masses are a welcome example of tolerance and plurality

West Papua and Black Lives Matter

A movement seeking justice, healing, and freedom for Black people has become a powerful rallying call for Indigenous West Papuans

Artists seek assistance

Javanese traditional musicians are among the many artists and performers struggling to survive, or qualify for government payments under COVID restrictions

A house of cards?

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the exploitation of non-formal early childhood educators 

An imagined threat

Atheists are treated with suspicion in a religious society, but they represent an opportunity

Meet, pray, love

Religious belief and sexual identity collide often for an atheist meeting up with gay Muslims

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