Indonesia: Will women still be bargaining chips?

Ati Nurbati , Jakarta | Mon, 12/21/2009

bagaining chips

Indonesia: New Aceh law violates Islam and women's right to bodily autonomy

GAYa NUSANTARA together with the Center for Marginalized People (CMARs) and Tarbiyah Faculty of Moslem Education from IAIN Sunan Ampel University held a public seminar entitled "Qanun Jinayat: Is it s

Indonesia expected to ditch stoning law

By Saeed Ahmed
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Indonesia - Aceh - Islamic Law - Criminal Code - Impact on Women's Dress & Conduct

Extremism spreads across Indonesia's Penal Code

Human Rights Watch Statement on Aceh: New Aceh law imposes torture

Law Violates Basic Rights, Fails to Protect Victims of Sexual Violence

South Sulawesi, Indonesia A Campaign against Discriminatory Regulations

The whipping of a 13-year-old girl by the village head of Padang village, South Sulawesi, shockingly epitomized the increasing political use of Islam to spread discriminatory regulations in parts of I

Press Release from the National Commission on Anti-Violence Against Women Indonesia (Komnas Perempuan)

Press Release

The Legislation of the Qanun on Jinayah (Islamic Criminal Law):

The National Government of Indonesia Has Failed to Enforce the Constitution

Indonesia: Aceh passes adultery stoning law

14/09/2009: Indonesia's province of Aceh has passed a new law making adultery punishable by stoning to death, a member of the province's parliament has said. (BBC News)