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Equanimity's Rough Sailing

The seizure of the Equanimity, a luxury yacht, in Bali by the Indonesian police has heated up the political climate in Malaysia. The US Department of Justice has evidence to implicate businessman Jho Low, said to be close to the family of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 12 March 2018

Two Museums

Four months ago, Haryanto Adikoesoemo inaugurated the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara (MACAN) in Jakarta. The fine arts museum seems to be a magnet for the younger generation. Although entrance is not free, the place has become a weekend destination, where visitors can meet up with friends and take selfies with works of art from all over the world, for example American artist Jeff Koons’s Hulk installation. Businessman E.Z. Halim also founded the E.Z. Halim Art Museum (EZHM) in Bogor, West Java. The museum may not be as grand as MACAN, but its collection is quite significant because of its ‘specialized’ quality. Although the museum is not yet open to public, one can make an appointment to visit.

Interlude Edisi : Monday, 12 March 2018

Hoax Makers

Police arrested members of The Family Cyber Army on suspicion of spreading fake news made to order for those with political interests. The evidence and suspects’ admissions of guilt do not support the allegations against them.

Law Edisi : Monday, 12 March 2018

Keeping Trash in reign

Indonesia’s trash continues to accumulate. In 2016, the environment and forestry ministry announced that the country’s trash had reached 65 million tons, an increase of one million tons from the previous year. The government is now attempting to reduce waste production, partly through its trash bank initiative. In several provinces, there are already programs in place meant to reduce and process trash, run by local residents and local governments. In West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, locals partner up with the Komodo Integrated Cooperative to process inorganic trash. Meanwhile, residents of the Padangtegal village in Ubud, Bali, have built an education and campaign center to help reduce the amounts of trash. To commemorate National Waste Awareness Day on February 21, Tempo English reports.

Outreach Edisi : Monday, 12 March 2018

No to Child Marriage

The Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection has declared child marriage, or marriage involving persons under 18, a national emergency. According to a report by the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) and UNICEF published in 2016, around one in four girls were married before adulthood in 2008-2015. Movements to put an end to child marriage have emerged in various parts of Indonesia. In late December 2017, three women victims of child marriage filed for a judicial review of Law No. 1/1974 on Marriage with the Constitutional Court. Long before that, the Women’s Legal Aid Society in South Sulawesi had already called on youths to take action. Meanwhile, in East Nusa Tenggara, the Youth Coalition for Girls (YCG) formed by Plan International Indonesia is also making their mark in the fight for children’s rights. Tempo English reports.

Outreach Edisi : Monday, 26 February 2018


When Chaka Khan sings My Funny Valentine in her soulful, husky voice we do not remember, nor have to remember, just who is the Valentine she is singing about. We know only this: it symbolizes a sweetheart.

Sidelines Edisi : Monday, 26 February 2018

House of Glass

The State cannot translate God into itself. But recently something has been happening, something that seems to be coming from anxiety, making people consider the State capable of dealing with sin as something measurable with prison terms.

Sidelines Edisi : Monday, 19 February 2018

The Malady of Papua

The deaths of 72 people in the Asmat Regency has highlighted health problems in the Province of Papua. As it turns out, the tens of trillions of rupiah budgeted by the central government each year has not improved the level of health of residents in that region. Cases of infant malnutrition occur every year. The patient mortality rate is five times higher than the national average. Tempo investigated the state of health services in a number of other regencies in Papua starting in August last year, and found many abuses which have been said to have occurred over the years. This investigation was conducted through the cooperation among Tempo magazine, the Tempo Institute, and Free Press Unlimited.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 12 February 2018

Empowering Women in the Public Sphere

IN Indonesia, the public sphere has been dominated by men, with women set aside to the margins. This inequality in public participation has been exacerbated by women’s lack of capacity, another by-product of what has largely been a patriarchal sensibility. Now, many institutions are getting involved, including the non-profit Arika Mahina Foundation, which has set up field schools for women in several regions, including Ambon in Maluku. Meanwhile, the Female-Headed Households Foundation, or Pekka, has formed the Paradigta Academy in Aceh, where women are trained to speak out, take action to eradicate discrimination, and participate in development. Tempo English reports.

Outreach Edisi : Monday, 12 February 2018

Mentawai Islands: Revisiting Ancient Ways

We’re learning that modern civilization is not all it’s cracked up to be and many of us can’t help the desire for a getaway to a place where religion, creative art and harmony with nature are still alive. One such faraway land blessed with these hallmarks of culture is the Mentawai Islands 100 kilometers off the coast of West Sumatra.

Travel Edisi : Monday, 5 February 2018

Respecting Differences, Fostering Peace

Indonesia’s ethnic and religious groups are often at odds, with tension brewing among them and even violent conflicts. But community groups have stepped forward to offer peace. The Women’s Legal Aid Institute (LBH-APIK) in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) and the Circle of Imagine Society (CIS) in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), with the help of Oxfam Indonesia, are working with youths from different faiths and ethnic backgrounds to put an end to discrimination and radicalism among religious groups and communities.

Outreach Edisi : Monday, 5 February 2018

The Footprints of Apartheid

Slavery shackled South Africa for 200 years. The rights of the country’s black population were restricted, even to the simple right as going into city centers. Conditions worsened when the apartheid policy was imposed in 1948, with an increasing number of blacks detained and sent to exile.

Interlude Edisi : Monday, 5 February 2018

Same Alexis, Different Name

Prostitution is still taking place at Alexis Hotel even though the Jakarta government did not renew the license of that hotel and its massage parlor. The excitement of the successful shutdown has not been proven as the ‘heaven on earth’ at Alexis just moved to another floor with karaoke rooms. A Tempo investigation conducted since January showed that prostitution is not only taking place at Alexis. Similar practices are still occurring at other nightclubs, such as the Malio, Classic, Emporium, and Illigals. Nightlife businesses, which contribute Rp769.5 billion in taxes, have hardly had any legal brushes with the authorities despite many obvious violations, ranging from hours of operation to human trafficking. In fact, narcotics continue to be sold at Illigals. This investigation was conducted through the cooperation between Tempo, the Tempo Institute, and Free Press Unlimited.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 29 January 2018

KPK-Police Tug of War

The National Police HQ has finally approved the resignation letters of six officers, who have now become permanent KPK investigators. Of the total 22 officers, five are still waiting for the headquarters’ approval.

Law Edisi : Monday, 29 January 2018

Setya’s Testimony, KPK’s Doubt

Setya Novanto has requested to become a ‘justice collaborator’ for the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), to help the agency expose the electronic ID card (e-KTP) corruption. But he has offered no new names of people who took bribes in the project. Setya has also positioned himself as a non-primary offender, the main requirement for being a justice collaborator in a major case.

National Edisi : Monday, 29 January 2018

Premium Village Cacao

According to the Indonesian Cacao Industry Association (AIKI), Indonesia’s cacao plantations only yield around 340,000 tons of produce annually, while the country’s cacao processing capacity is now at at 800,000 tons. Seeing the country’s untapped cacao potentials, the non-profit organization Rikolto Indonesia is training farmers to improve their harvests, both in quality and quantity, and helping farmers obtain sustainable farming certification. Partnering with local NGOs, Rikolto is assisting farmers in two Indonesian regions, namely the regencies of Polewali Mandar in West Sulawesi and East Luwu in South Sulawesi. To commemorate National Nutrition Day on January 25, Tempo English reports.

Outreach Edisi : Monday, 29 January 2018

Misguided Rice Management

THE debate over whether or not Indonesia needs to import rice should not have taken place. As long as the government maintained a valid national rice data, rice policy confusion need not have led to the embarrassing stage it has reached today: mutual accusations between ministries. It is quite saddening because this is not the first time that such bickering has occurred.

Opinion Edisi : Monday, 22 January 2018

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