May 20, 2024 Last Updated 5:01 AM, May 8, 2024

Human Rights

Left over from death

Timorese women raped by Indonesian militias need justice. So do all the other women who survived New Order abuse

Gay men in the reformasi era

Homophobic violence could be a by-product of the new openness

Box - Women and the nation

Rifka Annisa is educating the community about the nature of domestic violence 

Women and the nation

Throughout its history, outsiders wanted the women's movement to be nationalist first of all. Now women are finding their own voice

Out in front

This energetic cabinet minister wants more power for women, fast

Don't let them drown

Australia must be a good global citizen towards refugees who transit Indonesia

To end impunity

How Indonesia responds to human rights abuse in Papua is the measure of reform elsewhere

Mama Yosefa wins a Goldman

A Papuan activist wins a prestigious prize for her work on the environment

Self-determination or territorial integrity?

There is growing international concern over West Papua

The return of 'Shock therapy'

Overseas friends stand by persecuted Acehnese human rights workers

The aftermath of civil war

Fighting has stopped in North Maluku, but mistrust lingers

In this issue

Give peace a chance

Is reconciliation sleeping with the devil?

The dilemmas of negotiating an end to conflict

The forgotten of West Timor

Poverty, refugees, militias, and too many soldiers

Claiming justice amid the ruins

A remarkable grass-roots reconciliation meeting in Ainaro

Meet Titi Irawati

An Indonesian human rights worker in East Timor

What about the workers?

Now is the time to create a fairer system

Timor's women

After the brutal occupation, gender violence remains a reality

The Endless Wait

Families of the Disappeared are Still Searching for Answers

Evading the Truth

Will a Truth and Reconciliation Commission ever be formed?

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