Friday, November 3, 2017

Dear members and friends

Released: Friday 3rd November 2017

Welcome to our November Blog where we focus this month on a number of women's issues plus an insight to Jakarta's new governor.

Here is what to read...

"Jakarta's new governor doubles-down identity", by Tom Pepinsky.

"Stuck in the groove: Indonesia-Australia relations remain out-of-tune", by Duncan Graham

"Indonesia's islamisation: Swipe right for polygamy, or left for women's rights", by Esty Woro   Yuniar.

"Indonesian women as 'hidden' financial managers", by Abigail Carpio.

"Watch-out Indonesia democracy: Islamism, communism and Jokowi's 'new order' ", By Professor Tim Lindsey.

We hope you enjoys these current and excellent articles and you can access our blog by clicking below or scrolling down:

With our best regards

Lisa Bentley
Indonesia Institute Inc

3rd November  2017

1 comment:

  1. There is no doubt that politics in Indonesia is now moving hard right and this should worry all minority groups in eluding Chinese. What this will mean is unknown, but Anies wants the presidency.