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Perception of Public High School Students in Jakarta & Bandung on Tolerance

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Survey of Perception of State High School Students in Jakarta and Bandung on tolerance consisted of 171 high schools as its population with 114 high schools as sample. There were 76 high schools located in Jakarta and 38 high schools located in Bandung by using simple random sampling method. From each schools, 6 students both male and female were taken as respondent with total respondent ... Read More »

Victim Not Surprised By Light Sentence

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The Bekasi district court on Thursday sentenced a man who threatened a Batak Protestant Congregation (HKBP) church pastor Palti Panjaitan, to two months in jail and six months probation. Abdul Aziz bin Naimun was charged with unpleasant conduct after demonstrations outside the HKBP Filadelfia church in Bekasi. “The defendant has been proven validly and convincingly guilty of a crime under ... Read More »

Religious Intolerance Increases in Indonesia Watchdog Says

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Democracy and human rights watchdog organization Setara Institute, recorded an increase in the violation of religious freedom. Based on the Institution’s observation, the number of province with cases of religious intolerance increased from 13 in 2012, to 20 in 2013. “Violation happened in regions where there was no violation before,” Setara Institute Deputy Head Bonar Tigor Naipospos, said in Jakarta ... Read More »

Human Rights Performance Index 2013

Sorry, this post only available on Indonesian language. Kontak Person: HENDARDI, Ketua SETARA Institute (08111.709.44) BONAR TIGOR NAIPOSPOS, Wakil Ketua SETARA Institute (0811.819.174) ISMAIL HASANI, Peneliti Senior SETARA Institute (08111.88.4787) Download Index Kinerja Penegakan HAM 2009-2010 Read More »

Arrest of top Indonesian judge over corruption sparks outrage

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The recent arrest of the Constitutional Court’s chief justice has sent ripples across the country, tarnishing the reputation of the judicial institution — an institution often held up as a rare example of corruption-free power. Indonesia’s anti-graft institution has arrested Chief Justice Akil Mochtar who allegedly accepted a bribe to fix the court’s ruling on a contested election in central ... Read More »