The kitchen has become a centre of social solidarity from which women are making invaluable contributions to the COVID-response.
The approach used in the creation of these policies ignores that women may face more difficulty in accessing the promised benefits.
The return of student protests and the government’s response have are reminiscent of the era of authoritarian rule
Trade unions and human rights groups believe the law is in fact no more than an attempt by the nation’s oligarchs to roll back political reform.
An upcoming exhibition aims to raise awareness of the impact of COVID-19 in Indonesia and to encourage aid initiatives in any form
China’s domestic and foreign policy actions indirectly affect prejudice against Chinese Indonesians
Islamists continue to mobilise based on political considerations rather than science and public health concerns.
An influx of new ideas might boost rural and coastal sectors, but unemployment looms large too.
At the heart of the Family Resilience Bill is the message that the family unit is responsible for its its own poverty and challenges.
A split has emerged in the Indonesian disability rights movement over the new Komite Nasional Disabilitas.
The meaning of pluralism in NU cannot possibly have a single and monolithic meaning.
Asylum seekers' silence, which the regime cannot recognise as an expression of vulnerability, is reason enough for Acehnese fishermen to deliver protection.
Does Islamist rule in lower branches of government affect relations between religious groups?
LGBTQ+ Indonesians are driving some of the most effective community responses to the hardships of the pandemic.
The materiality of writing has major implications for the practice of history...When you look at a ‘medieval’ Javanese manuscript, it is almost always an 18th or 19th century copy of a copy of a copy ... and so on.
Some rural villages have escaped the virus so far, but downturns in tourism and market demand for produce may yet exacerbate already challenging economic conditions.
Indonesian disability activists are leading action to assess needs and advocate for the inclusivity in the government's COVID-19 response.
Infection rates appear low in NTT, but the economic impacts of the pandemic combined with poor harvest yield are potentially devastating.
"Can Indonesia have food security without security?" Colum Graham looks at who really benefits from the government’s recent measures to address Indonesia’s food crisis.
“For hundreds of years, we’ve been practising so-called self-quarantine. Long before the recent COVID-19 outbreak. We called it besesandingon.”
With tourism making up a relatively small portion of Indonesia’s GDP, investment and household consumption do the heavy lifting in this trillion-dollar economy.
The intensification of punitive sexual surveillance in Indonesia goes deeper than the rise of conservative Islam.
Young people are at a higher risk of mental health conditions when compared to the rest of the population, leading to poorer health outcomes, human rights violations and local and global economic loss.
The artists' imagery evokes the collective ethical and moral challenges of our times through the lens of epochs past, writes Greg Doyle.