This past weekend saw massive actions of solidarity with Palestine, one of the largest was in Jakarta, Indonesia
Amid Israeli attacks and fuel shortages, the Indonesian Hospital in northern Gaza stands as an example of international solidarity
The legacy of the bloody Suharto dictatorship and its victims still marks political life in Indonesia, especially as the country gears up for elections in early 2024
Progressive and socialist organizations in Indonesia issue a joint statement in support of Palestine, call for actions
The rare conviction by a military court for the gruesome killing of four Papuans in August was welcomed by civil society groups and rights advocates
A group of left publishers from across the world published this statement to condemn the new Indonesian criminal code which specifically outlaws Marxism
With recent controversial changes to the legislative process, it is widely believed that Indonesian President Jokowi will push through the controversial legislation in the coming days
Trade unions have argued that the law would undermine hard fought protections for job security, minimum wages, paid leaves and severance pay.
As demands for the release of Papuan pro-independence activist Victor Yeimo grow in Indonesia, protesters are facing repression and mass arrests. Yeimo, general secretary of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB), was arrested earlier this month for his role in the anti-racism protests of 2019.
Victor Yeimo, a pro-independence leader, was arrested under charges of treason earlier this month for his role in the anti-racism Papuan protests of 2019. Civil society groups and West Papuan activists have been demanding his release ever since
On May 21, protests were held in different parts of Indonesia to demand the release of recently arrested activists
Academic and activist Robertus Robet, talks about the wave of protests in Indonesia against the Omnibus Law, the key role played by the trade unions, and the challenges to democracy in the country