Sep 28, 2022 Last Updated 2:22 AM, Sep 25, 2022

Maluku

‘We are natural-born children, you are adopted’

Locals contest national citizenship rights in North Maluku

Eradicating extreme poverty and hunger

Indonesia has halved poverty since 1990, but significant challenges remain

Jungle Schools

Volunteers bring alternative education to marginalised communities

Shifting faultlines

In the aftermath of religious conflict, ethnic difference is becoming more prominent in Ambon

The aftermath of civil war

Fighting has stopped in North Maluku, but mistrust lingers

We are all one

How custom overcame religious rivalry in Southeast Maluku

Plundering the Sea

Regulating trawling companies is difficult when the navy is in business with them

Security Disorders

Sending Troops is not Going to Solve Regional Conflicts

Running for office

A Christian candidate for a Muslim party in North Maluku

Losing the battle

Owners of customary marine tenure are fighting for their livelihoods

Wild West TV

Televangelism comes to regional Indonesia

Peace market

Building trust through trade in Ambon

Who benefits?

For the Forest Tobelo people, regional autonomy is a mixed blessing

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