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Native People of Komodo Fight Back against Tourism Expansion

Omansyah, a 42-year-old fisherman living on Komodo Island, is deeply concerned about the extent of tourism development in the Komodo National Park. The latest policy is...

Activists Challenge Indonesia’s Better Record in US’ Trafficking in Persons Report

The latest US Department of State report affirmed that Indonesia is capable of meeting the minimum standard of protection for trafficking in persons’ victims.

Sexual Harassment in Manggarai Regency’s School: Komnas Perempuan Criticizes Articles Used by Police

This case was reported to the police in December, with the suspect being a Catholic subject teacher.

Flores villagers accuse police of beating them during protest against German bank funded geothermal project

Villagers in Indonesia's East Nusa Tenggara province accuse police of committing violence when they protest against land measurements for a Germany bank-funded geothermal project on...

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A Future Without Coffee: With Limited Support, Can Indonesia’s Colol Coffee Farmers Increase Productivity?

In the past seven years, Indonesia’s Colol coffee productivity has continued to decline. The lack of government assistance deepens the difficulties of Colol farmers, an indigenous community who depend on agroforestry for their livelihoods. 

Native People of Komodo Fight Back against Tourism Expansion

Omansyah, a 42-year-old fisherman living on Komodo Island, is deeply concerned about the extent of tourism development in the Komodo National Park. The latest policy is seeking to compel him and other villagers to move out of their ancestral island for the sake of Komodo dragon conservation, and...

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The latest US Department of State report affirmed that Indonesia is capable of meeting the minimum standard of protection for trafficking in persons’ victims.

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This case was reported to the police in December, with the suspect being a Catholic subject teacher.

Flores villagers accuse police of beating them during protest against German bank funded geothermal project

Villagers in Indonesia's East Nusa Tenggara province accuse police of committing violence when they protest against land measurements for a Germany bank-funded geothermal project on their customary land. Servasius Masyudi Onggal, a villager from Poco Leok, Manggarai Regency on Flores island said dozens of villagers were victims of...
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