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Licence for Impunity

In Indonesia, alleged human rights violators from military backgrounds have cemented their position as figures of authority in the current political landscape. Mechanisms hindering any judicial process that could bring them to court means there is little accountability.
  • Eduard Lazarus
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泰国无证人口

泰国最近对境内无证劳工进行了大规模的排查和驱逐,以打击人口贩运活动。但是,因其手段缺乏对受害者实际情况的考量,很可能给他们处境雪上加霜。
  • Leonie Kijewski
  • Weiying Wu
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30 Minutes and a World Apart

The effects of Typhoon Mangkhut, the strongest typhoon in the world this year, were felt differently by different communities. For Monica Macansantos, it highlighted a long-standing economic and cultural divide, turning a 30-minute trip into a journey to a completely different experience.
  • Monica Macansantos
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Akan Datang: Would you like to be chased by a cannibal?

Among this week's round-up of stories to watch in Southeast Asia: human rights progress in Malaysia, Vietnam benefits from the US-China trade war, the cost of being a hawker in Singapore and a pretty weird run in Indonesia.
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
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Yang Hampir Terlupakan: Para Nasionalis Anti-Kolonial Kamboja

Saat ini, Penjara Con Dao di Vietnam Selatan merupakan sebuah museum yang didedikasikan untuk rakyat Vietnam yang berjuang demi kemerdekaan dari Prancis, tempat di mana para nasionalis Kamboja dipenjarakan secara keji. Kisah mereka sebagian besar telah banyak diabaikan selama bertahun-tahun.
  • Rinith Taing
  • Teguh Harahap
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Almost Forgotten: Cambodia’s Anti-Colonial Nationalists

Today, Con Dao prison in southern Vietnam is a museum dedicated to the Vietnamese who fought for independence from the French. But Cambodian nationalists were also locked up in that brutal space, and their story has been largely overlooked over the years.
  • Rinith Taing
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Gần Vào Quên Lãng: Những Nhà Dân Tộc Chủ Nghĩa Người Cam-pu-chia

Ngày nay, nhà tù Côn Đảo là một bảo tàng nhằm tưởng niệm những người Việt Nam đấu tranh vì độc lập từ thực dân Pháp. Tuy vậy, qua bao năm nay, những nhà dân tộc chủ nghĩa người Cam-pu-chia bị giam cầm ở nhà ngục này vẫn thường không được nhắc đến.
  • Rinith Taing
  • Xuan Bach Nguyen
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Izinkan Kami Bermimpi

Anak-anak muda di Sulawesi Selatan berjuang melawan tradisi nikah muda yang merenggut mimpi mereka untuk sekolah atau mengejar mimpi lainnya. Sebagian dari mereka memilih untuk menyerah, sebagian bertahan dengan sisa-sisa mimpi yang terus mereka perjuangkan.
  • Eko Rusdianto
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Between Dreams and Anxiety

Child marriage has deep cultural and economic roots in South Sulawesi, but comes at a serious cost to those who get married at a young age.
  • Eko Rusdianto
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
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Akan Datang: Rosmah Mansor faces charges of money laundering

A weekly round-up of the stories to watch in Southeast Asia: Sulawesi continues to struggle with the aftermath of twin natural disasters, Rosmah Mansor faces charges of money laundering in Malaysia, and a trial for a civil suit involving three opposition politicians in Singapore begins.
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
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Gerakan Ulama Perempuan Indonesia

Di tengah kekhawatiran meningkatnya intoleransi beragama di Indonesia, muncul perlawanan dari gerakan yang dipimpin oleh perempuan Islam moderat.
  • Jack Britton
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The Indonesian Women’s Ulama Movement

Amid concerns of rising religious intolerance in Indonesia, a women-led movement for moderate, progressive Islam is pushing back.
  • Jack Britton
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Kebangkitan Evangelikalisme di Singapura yang Sekuler

Meskipun masih menjadi minoritas di Singapura, umat Kristen evangelis telah diakui masyarakat mengenai keberadaannya. Membawa perang budaya yang biasanya dikaitkan dengan Amerika Serikat untuk negara pulau tersebut.
  • Simon Vincent
  • Teguh Harahap
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A Step Forward for Mental Health Support

The passage of the Mental Health Law has sparked hopes of improving awareness of promoting mental health in the Philippines, as well as providing much-needed support for those struggling with mental health issues.
  • Adrian Reodique
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Akan Datang: Thoughts With Sulawesi

A weekly round-up of the stories to watch in Southeast Asia: a tragic earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, a dispute over Duterte's comments regarding a Filipino on death row in Indonesia, and a probe into a cyberattack in Singapore.
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
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Menciptakan Perdamaian Melalui Seni

Di tengah semakin maraknya kasus intoleransi antar umat beragama di Indonesia, para seniman melakukan perlawanan melalui karya-karya mereka untuk menyuarakan persatuan dan keberagaman.
  • A. Kurniawan Ulung
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Promoting Peace Through Art

Amid an increase in cases of religious intolerance across Indonesia, artists are fighting back by using their work to promote unity and diversity.
  • A. Kurniawan Ulung
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"Gimana cara mewawancarai Tuhan?”

Meiliana, seorang warga keturunan Tionghoa adalah korban terbaru pasal karet penodaan agama di Indonesia. Tapi di tengah keputusasaannya dan kelompok minoritas lainnya, ada sedikit harapan.
  • Stanley Widianto
  • Aisyah Llewellyn
  • Teguh Harahap
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Evangelicalism Rising in Secular Singapore

Although still a minority in Singaporean society, evangelical Christians have been making themselves heard. It’s brought the culture war usually associated with the United States to the island republic’s shores.
  • Simon Vincent
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