We demand the government and legislators join our fight against tobacco addiction, especially among young people, by ratifying the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, which aims to protect future generations.
Women are the backbone of family life in Indonesia, but many employers choose to ignore the fact that women often play an equal role in contributing to their families’ financial welfare.
The number of new roads in Jakarta is growing far less fast than the number of news vehicles, so something’s got to give. Unfortunately, it seems that sidewalks often are the first to be sacrificed.
The issuance of a fatwa by the country’s top Islamic clerical body against illegal hunting and trade of endangered animals sends a strong message to poachers to stop.
With legislative and presidential elections just around the corner, it is worrying that a flare-up of political violence is taking place in Aceh.
As a society we must ensure the safety of our children, giving them everything they need to properly prepare for adulthood.
Oscar-winning or not, Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Act of Killing” has directed worldwide attention to Indonesia’s darkest past, when in 1965-1966 up to a million people were killed in a state-sponsored, systematic butchering. There is no more hiding place for Indonesia.
Haze. It seems to be an annual occurrence, unavoidable and bound to happen.
The fact that only 7 percent of the city’s streets have sidewalks also shows that for the Jakarta administration, pedestrians have never been a priority.