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Edisi Monday, 30 January 2023

Muhammad Khataman Nabiyyin (right) bids farewell to his father Syahidin as he leaves for State Junior High School (SMP) 16 Mataram, November 26, 2022. They live at the Transito Dormitory in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara.
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Waiting for a Safe Home

After well over a decade as refugees, hundreds of members of the Jemaat Ahmadiyah Indonesia in Lombok have still not returned home. They are waiting for the government to do something.

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Growing Up Away from Home

Ahmadi children suffer from persecution, but hold no grudges. They want to grow up to become doctors and pilots.

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Looking for A Way Back Home

The majority of Sampang’s Shia refugees living in apartment units in Jemundo, Sidoarjo, had pledged allegiance to Sunni two years ago. But the road home has not been completely clear.

Edisi Monday, 23 January 2023

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Edisi Monday, 16 January 2023

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Edisi Monday, 9 January 2023

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Edisi Monday, 2 January 2023

Jago Temple at Tumpang, Malang, East Java, December 29, 2022. 
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Retracing Disasters in the Past

The joint Expedition JawaDwipa team had a peek at ancient sites and listened to the oral histories of communities in several East Java locations. The team sought out the trail of disasters from clues in research locales and local community traditions.

Edisi Monday, 26 December 2022

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Edisi Monday, 19 December 2022

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Edisi Monday, 12 December 2022

Christophorus Budidharma who has hearing impairments works as an Event Manager at Inklusiv Warung, Canggu, Bali, November 8. TEMPO/Nita Dian

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Challenges for People with Disabilities at Workplaces

Many people with disabilities have trouble finding work. And those at work must face various hardships. Job opportunities for them at companies and government institutions still fall short.

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Supporting People with Disabilities Pursue Professional Careers

A group of people has taken the initiative to create programs to support people with disabilities in the workforce. Some provide advocacy while others connect workers with potential employers.

Edisi Monday, 5 December 2022

Nyai Badriyah Fayumi, Head of the Religious Deliberation Council of the Indonesian Women Ulema Congress (KUPI), delivers a speech during the commencement of an international conference at the auditorium of Walisongo Islamic State University (UIN) in Semarang, Central Java, November 23.
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Ulemas Decree on Women’s Rights Protection

The Second Indonesian Women Ulema Congress concluded last week in Jepara, Central Java. The congress attended by 1,500 ulemas, activists, as well as Indonesian and overseas observers produced various religious positions and recommendations.

Edisi Monday, 28 November 2022

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