Join us to celebrate the launch of Gender equality and diversity in Indonesia: Identifying progress and challenges.
This book is based on papers delivered at the 2022 Indonesia Update conference convened by Angie Bexley, Sarah Dong and Diahhadi Setyonaluri. It explores how gender relations have been shaped by historical forces such as Reformasi, decentralisation and economic transformation. Spanning topics such as the effects of democratisation, Islamic movements, gender identity and public space, the economic impact of digitisation and the growing middle class, legal reforms, visual arts movements and more, it is a comprehensive review of gender relations in Indonesia over the past twenty years.
2024 FKP Roadshow. Driving progress: innovations in public health and NGO roles in Eastern Indonesia’s development
The 2024 FKP Roadshow will be held on Monday, 26 February 2024 (hosted by Universitas Kairun, Ternate) and Wednesday, 28 February 2024 (hosted by Universitas Pattimura, Ambon).
Slowly but surely: the effects of electoral quotas on women's candidacy and representation in Indonesia
In this seminar, Stephen Sherlock examines quantitative evidence that the progressive strengthening of quotas on women’s political participation in Indonesia has been associated with improved representation of women in the national parliament (DPR).