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Following legislative elections on April 9, Indonesians return to the polls on July 9 to elect a new President. The race between Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo and retired General Prabowo Subianto...
Guide / Training Material Resource
This document highlights the critical elements of coalition building, such as defining a mission and goals, winning ad hoc support, strengthening organizational competency, and taking action for...
Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia (Kemitraan) in partnership with the NDI for International Affairs along with regional partners; Indonesian Women's Coalition (KPI), Persatuan Komuniti...

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  Amidst growing uncertainties in a globalised world, fundamentalist convictions have been gaining ground in many religions.
Two Indonesian women peace activists have won the 2013 N-Peace Awards for their efforts to promote women's equality and protection of women against discrimination. “The N-Peace Awards for Indonesia...
The Asia Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to Asia's development since 1954, announced today it has signed an agreement with the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Indonesia for a three-year, $1....
Interviews Resource
Rubiyanti Khalifah, country representative of AMAN in Indonesia. AMAN is an organization working for peacebuilding through increasing the capacity and participation of women. iKNOW Politics: Women...

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The motivation for rape committed during armed conflict varies. The violence can be more or less random -- a by-product of the collapse in social and moral order that accompanies war. In DRC, rape...
Report / White Paper Resource
This report presents an overview of the debates and discussions that resulted from International IDEA’s gender activities in Indonesia in 2002. These discussions focused on strengthening women’s...
Here, in Indonesia's second-largest city, legend tells of a titanic battle between Sura, the great white shark, and Baya, the crocodile. Meeting in a river one day, the two creatures fought...
Interviews Resource
“Being the first woman Mayor is indeed a great challenge. I have to prove not only to myself but also to the public, because if I am not perceived as a good leader, the general public would not be...

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Guide / Training Material Resource
iKNOW Politics Presentation on "Technology Innovations for Women in Politics" for the World Movement for Democracy Conference held April 14, 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The 30 percent quota requirement for women was legally reaffirmed by the Constitutional Court earlier this year. This is certainly good news for women hoping to run for seats in the upcoming...
Report / White Paper Resource
This report is a synthesis of the workshop ‘Towards Liberating Democracy: Devolution of Power Matters’ (Bangkok, Thailand, 2007). The workshop drew on experiences from Aceh, Mindanao, West Papua and...

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The report presents testimonies from women’s groups involved in the relief efforts which indicate that women are more vulnerable and at risk during natural disasters. The report demonstrates that in...
Representatives of the government and the House of Representatives told a court hearing on Tuesday that the new legislative election law did not sideline women and was devised to empower them...
Report / White Paper Resource
Giving women access to and control of natural resources such as land, water, forests and minerals is essential to ensure war-torn countries can achieve long-term peace, according to a United Nations...
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This report describes socio-economic and cultural barriers faced by women in Indonesia while trying to advance in politics. It also illustrates strategies identified to enhance the political role of...
Report / White Paper Resource
This volume looks back at a wealth of women’s peacebuilding practice documented by Accord since 1998. Case studies from Cambodia,  Sierra Leone, northern Uganda, Papua New Guinea–Bougainville, ...
Camellia Lubis, a 28-year-old dangdut singer popularly known as Camel Petir (Thunder), is one of 2,467 women legislative candidates vying for a seat in the House of Representatives. The legislative...