‘Single, pretty, proportionate body’: Discriminatory job ads in Indonesia are illegal but nobody is stopping them
Discriminatory job ads are hurting women in Indonesia, and they are actually illegal. So why are they allowed to exist?
The scabies on Indonesian rice farmer Yusuf Supriyadi’s limbs are a daily reminder of the costs of living next to the “world’s dirtiest river”. Supriyadi...
Photos, video and text by Olivia Stanley and Tiffanie Turnbull
To save a rainforest, they built a pioneering health clinic that lets people pay by protecting and replanting the trees
“What would you do to get healthcare? What would you do if your child is sick? Just about anything.”
'Indonesia enjoys the reputation of being more open-minded when it comes to religion, but atheists and secular people are still stigmatised.'
The number of book stores, school and public libraries show how limited the access to books is for many Indonesians. How would people develop some reading interest if access to...
‘These 3 companies owe Indonesia millions of dollars for damaging the environment. Why haven’t they paid?’
The Indonesian government is struggling to collect fines from companies found guilty of damaging the environment, leaving trashed rainforests and peat swamps to stay barren as...
The circumstances and motivations behind Indonesia's haze crisis are not so black and white.
"Jokowi’s comments in July raise the question of whether the sharp increase in the number of killings reflects deliberate government policy to deter narcotics crime."
Good news: More and more Indonesian citizens are learning that it's illegal to hunt, sell or keep protected animals such as crocodiles and pangolins, and many are handing animals...