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The Plight of the Foreign Domestic Worker in Singapore

by Melissa Dalton-Bradford –Switzerland– She’s Indonesian, in her thirties, and works in Singapore to sustain her family back at home – her children from a failed […]

Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Human Rights, Indonesia, Labor Issues, Poverty, Singapore, The World

The Rice Barn is Empty: Practices of Stealing and Divorcing Women in Lombok

by Kavita Bedford –Australia– The taxi driver laughed, showing all his teeth. “Yes. Just one month ago I helped my friend Janedi* kidnap his wife,” he […]

Feature Articles, Indigenous Culture, Indonesia, Marriage, The World, Women's Rights

A Struggling Nation: Indonesia in Food, Fuel, and Compassion Crises

by Jennie S. Bev – USA / Indonesia – I live in Northern California, considered one of the wealthiest regions in the United States, where the […]

Food & Nutrition, Indonesia, Petroleum, Social Justice

Women Bear the Brunt of Climate Crisis: Their Stories from the UN Conference in Bali

by Imelda V. Abaño – Philippines – At the December UN conference in Bali, Indonesia, experts and concerned people alike discussed how poor women in developing […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Indonesia, Philippines, Science & Technology, The World