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Issues // Politics and Society
Women with HIV: Stigmatized but Hopeful

In rural areas in Yogyakarta, more housewives are infected with HIV than are sex workers.

by Lasse Sørensen December 3, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Berpeci dan Sarung atau Pakai Mukena: Dilema Transgender dalam Beribadah

Ada kebingungan yang muncul dalam tata cara salat bagi perempuan dan laki-laki yang telah melakukan transisi gender.

by Camely Arta, Reporter November 21, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
How an Ukhti's Action Forces Me to Confront My Prejudice

A surprising encounter with a woman who looked like a Muslim conservative forces her to confront her own prejudice.

by Putri Widi Saraswati June 12, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Intoleransi dan Persekusi Berawal dari Kesepian

Betapa kesepiannya orang-orang yang memilih jalan menjadi diri sendiri, maupun menjadi intoleran.

by Ajeng May 22, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Radikalisme di Sekolah Swasta Islam: 3 Tipe Sekolah yang Rentan

Sekolah-sekolah di Indonesia menjadi lahan tumbuh suburnya paham ekstremisme.

by Agus Mutohar May 17, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Alarming Intolerance at Public Schools and Universities

Creeping religious conservatism in public schools has led to increasing intolerance among students and teachers. This is the first part of a series of reporting on the impact of increasing Islamist conservatism in educational institutions by Managing Editor Hera Diani.

by Hera Diani, Managing Editor April 25, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
In NTB: Youth Group Celebrates Diversity, Fights Radicalism

A former hardline preacher and an ex-member of a religious extremist group on campus are some of the dozens of young people in West Nusa Tenggara who led the movement to celebrate diversity and fight radicalism.

by Camely Arta, Reporter January 24, 2018