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10 Indonesian Female Athletes to Look Forward To in Asian Games 2018

Women athletes were some of the first to contribute some medals to the Indonesian team in this year's Asian Games. Here are ten of them to look forward to.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari, Reporter/Social Media Manager August 23, 2018
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Innosanto Nagara Kenalkan Aktivisme Lewat Buku Anak

Penulis dan ilustrator buku "A is for Activist" ingin anak-anak berdaya dan peduli lingkungan sejak dini.

by Hera Diani, Redaktur Pelaksana August 3, 2018
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Perempuan Pengusaha Aborigin Bantu Komunitasnya Lewat Teknologi VR

Prihatin dengan masalah kemiskinan dan buta huruf di komunitasnya, perempuan pengusaha keturunan Aborigin ini mencari solusi lewat teknologi.

by Tabayyun Pasinringi July 17, 2018
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Scholar, Activist Speaks of Hoax and Humanity in Post-Truth Era

While it's not easy, it is possible, and crucial, to set aside our differences and reach out to others, according to scholar and activist Melani Budianta.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari, Reporter/Social Media Manager January 26, 2018
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Transpuan Lawan Patriarki Bersama Swara

Meski rentan diskriminasi dan kekerasan, sekelompok transpuan terus mengadvokasi hak-hak kelompok transgender di Indonesia dan membantu memberdayakan mereka.

by Hera Diani, Redaktur Pelaksana January 8, 2018
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In East Timor, Activist Bella Galhos Challenges Norms, Fights Patriarchy

With her social enterprise to empower women and her LGBT rights advocacy, East Timorese activists Bella Galhos has turned a lifelong hardship into a life of service.

by Hera Diani, Managing Editor November 18, 2017
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The Women of Mosintuwu: The Resistance Leader

In seven years, Lian Gogali has built a grass roots movement that empowers women in villages across Poso and turns them into agents of change. This is the first of "The Women of Mosintuwu" series.

by Devi Asmarani, Chief Editor April 28, 2017
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How a Feminist Preacher Led Her Church to Become a Champion of Gender Equality

In East Nusa Tenggara, Reverend Mery Kolimon has revolutionized the second largest protestant church in Indonesia, transforming a patriarchal institution into champion of gender equality.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari, Reporter/Social Media Manager March 9, 2017
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Religious Resurgence in Indonesia Alarming: Muslim Scholar

Religious conservatism in Indonesia has reached an alarming level and we need to find the root of the problem to overcome it.

by Hera Diani, Managing Editor June 20, 2016
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Eighteen Years of Seeking Justice

For 18 years, this mother has been seeking justice for the loss of her son along with others who lost their loved ones in human rights abuse by the State.

by Wulan Kusuma Wardhani, Reporter February 5, 2016