Indonesia Program Posts
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This report examines the pattern of ASG kidnappings before, during and after the Marawi siege and the resulting regional response.
The Center, in its partnership with the Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS), Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, is proud to feature CRCS’ new newsletter. The monthly-published issues will be featured in the CSEAS newsletter and highlighted here on our website. Check out our Religion & Diversity Initiative page to see more publications from CRCS.
This month’s newsletter features analysis of the Jakarta government’s recent launch of an app for monitoring religion, a reflection on the 2018 Indonesian Cultural Congress, an interview on minority legal protection, a photo essay on Christmas Eve celebrations in several Yogyakarta churches, and a report from CRCS student activities.
- App for policing religion: Promoting harmony or conflict? (Indonesian)
- Interview on Indonesian legal discourse on minorities (English)
- Christmas eve celebrated in churches in Yogyakarta (Indonesian)
- “Cultural Strategy” and new hopes for protection of diversity (Indonesian)
- A field trip to Hindus’ Pura Jagatnatha in Yogyakarta (English)
- Caritas Germany: globalization and faith-based organization (English)
How have sociopolitical conditions in Malaysia produced Salafi leaders who are, on some social issues, more open than their Indonesian counterparts?