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Nur Alfiyah is Majalah Tempo’s Lifestyle and Interviews editor. The Jenderal Soedirman University graduate is also an astute graduate of the 2018 Health and Nutrition Academy and has won the 2019 Health Ministry journalistic competition. She joined tempo in 2011. 


Faye Hasian Simanjuntak (left) at a drawing class in Kampung Melayu, July 2018
An activist of Indonesian National Students’ Movement (GMNI) Banten takes part in a rally to commemorate Anti-Violence against Women Day (HAKTP) at the Ciceri roundabout in Serang, Banten, last December. They call on the government to be more active in protecting women from all forms of violence and to take stricter actions against perpetrators.
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The Arduous Road Toward Ending Sexual Violence

THE Sexual Violence Eradication Bill returned to the national legislation limelight on 23 March. This is the fruit of the labor of women’s rights activists who have been tireless in realizing legislation to protect women from sexual violence. But the struggle is far from over. Since it was first proposed by the National Commission on Violence against Women in 2012, the draft regulation has been in limbo. After entering the national legislation program in 2016, the bill remained unpassed. Women’s rights activists have gone through a winding road to convince the House of Representatives and the government so that the draft regulation can be immediately discussed and passed.

Special Report Edisi : Monday, April 26, 2021

Julia Suryakusuma, a writer and activist, at her home in Cinere, Depok, West Java, April 8.
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Sumarni Laman, environment activist, in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, April 1.
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Alvian Wardhana during a teaching activity accompanied by a storytelling event at the Youth village, last August.
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Munaldus Nerang at Keling Kumang Agrowisata in Mount Kelam, Sintang, West Kalimantan.
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Jayapura Regent Mathius Awoitauw, in Jayapura, Papua. 
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Dian Andyasuri, CEO and Country Chair, Shell Indonesia. 
Alex Ong (second from right) with Indonesian migrant workers in Genting, Malaysia. 
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Sri Astari Rasjid, artist and Indonesian Ambassador in Sofia from 2016-2020 at her residence in Jakarta, December 15. 
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Surakarta government employees in Central Java take a swab test in August. TEMPO/Bram Selo Agung Mardika
Stem Cell laboratory at the RSCM-FKUI-KF, December 2019./Stem Cell medical technology UPT of RSCM-FKUI-KF Doc.
Hendrika Mayora (left) and the flag-hoisting squad, August 17. Private Doc
Chloroquine drug for Sulianti Saroso Hospital in Jakarta, in March. ANTARA/Aditya Pradana Putra
A medical staff cleans her hands after examining a corona-suspect patient in the isolation ward at the Dumai General Hospital, Riau, March 5. TEMPO/Shinta Maharani
Thermal scan on visitors from Malaysia at the Entikong Cross Border Post in Sanggau Regency, West Kalimantan, last February. ANTARA/Agus Alfian
Medical team in a coronavirus handling simulation at Sanglah General Hospital, Denpasar, Bali, last February. ANTARA/Fikri Yusuf
Coronavirus patients in Wuhan, February 6./ China Daily via REUTERS
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