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Media Coverage of Our Works in 2017

In 2017, LBH Masyarakat (Community Legal Aid Institute) continue to handle cases and advocate policy which related to our priority issues. We are consistent in monitoring and protecting rights whose violated. We thank the society and media who gave attention by reporting our works. Those reports help us to deliver fast and correctly our spirit of humanity. Here are the links to several articles which covered the works of LBH Masyarakat from January to June 2017:

  1. The Jakarta Post, 13 January 2017, Ina Parlina, “Constitutional Court extends extramarital sex hearings”
  2. The News Lens, 28 January 2017, “In Indonesia, Change Doesn’t Start at Home”
  3. Indonesia Expat, 30 January 2017, Jeff Hutton, “The Government’s Ban On Gay Hookup Sites”
  4. The Jakarta Post, 6 February 2017, Hans Nicholas Jong, “Scholarship deemed discriminatory for Indonesians living in eastern regions”
  5. Jakarta Globe, 1 March 2017, Lisa Siregar, “Aktivist to March in Jakarta to Deman Equal Rights for Women”.
  6. Jakarta Post, 3 March 2017, Ni Nyoman Wira, “Women’s March Jakarta 2017 to Raise Gender Equality Issues”.
  7. Jakarta Globe, 4 March 2017, Ratri M. Siniwi, “Study UK Exhibition in Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta”.
  8. Now Jakarta, 5 March 2017, Katrin Figgie, “Marching for Women’s Right”.
  9. The Jakarta Post, 7 March 2017, “Winner of The Social Impact Award”.
  10. The Guardian, 13 March 2017, Vincent Benvins, “Indonesia Transfer US Citizen to ‘Execution Island’”.
  11. The Standard, 14 March 2017, “HK Man Moved to Death Island”.
  12. The Jakarta Post, 14 March 2017, Margareth Aritonang, “Man on death row claims innocence as execution imminent”.
  13. The Jakarta Post, 27 Maret 2017, Margareth Aritonang, “UN support sought to end death penalty in Indonesia”.
  14. Netral News, 20 May 2017, “Concerning Death Execution, Attorney General is Accused of Having Political Maneuver.”
  15. Vessel News, 21 May 2017, Josh Caplan, “Indonesia: Mass Arrests Made in ‘Gay Party’ Raid.”
  16. The Telegraph, 22 May 2017, Nicola Smith, “British Man Among 141Arrested by Indonesian Police Over ‘Gay Sex Party’ at Jakarta Sauna.”
  17. San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, 22 May 2017, Timothy Rawles, “Arrests of 141 Indonesian Gay Men in Jakarta.”
  18. Bangkok Post, 22 May 2017, “Dozens Arrested in Raid on Jakarta Gay Sauna.”
  19. The Standard, 22 May 2017, “Singaporeans, Malaysians Busted in Jakarta Gay Sauna Raid.”
  20. The Jakarta Post, 23 May 2017, “police Condemned for ‘Arbitrary’ Raid on Gay Party.”
  21. Malaysian Digest, 23 May 2017, “Gay Sauna Raided in Jakarta, Two Malaysian Men Among Detained 141 Sex Party.”
  22. Voa Indonesia, 24 May 2017, Eva Mazerieva, “Indonesia Activist Protest Treatment of Men Arrested in Police Raid on Gay Club.”
  23. South China Monitoring Post, 28 May 2017, Jefferey Hutton, “Where Will Indonesia’s Anti-Gay Hysteria End?”
  24. Towelroad, 29 May 2017, Adam Rhodes, “Indonesia’s West Java Police To Form Anti-Gay Task Force: Gay Will be Not Accepted in Society.”
  25. Jakarta Post, 20 June 2017, “Mother Kills Baby Out of Fear HIV Infection .”
  26. National Post, 28 July 2017, “Indonesia Watchdog Says Execution of Nigerian Was Unlawful.”
  27. Reuters, 28 July 2017, Gayatri Suroyo, “Indonesia Ombudsman Finds Rights Violation in Execution of Nigerian.”
  28. Jakarta Post, 29 Juli 2017, Ompusunggu Moses, “Execution Deemed Negligent.”
  29. Brilio, 1 August 2017. Hapsari Petra, “#SaveFidelis: Freedom for The Man Growing Weed For Sick Wife.”
  30. The Guardian, 1 August 2017, Bevins Vincent, “Indonesia Executed Nigerian Despite Case Being Unresolved, Watch Dog Says.”
  31. Coconut Jakarta, 2 August 2017, “Indonesian Man Who Grew Marijuana to Treat His Dying Wife Sentenced to 8 Months.”
  32. Reuters, 5 August 2017, “After Execution Nigerians, Indonesia Government Claims Mistake.”
  33. South China Morning Post, Hutton Jefferey, 12 August 2017, “Is Widodo Following Duterte’s Playbook in War on Drugs?”
  34. The Jakarta Post, 28 August 2017, “AGO Urged to Stop Execution Preparations.”
  35. The Diplomat, Coca Nithin, 6 October 2017, “Is The Philippines Violent Drug War Spreading to Indonesia.”
  36. The Jakarta Post, Sebastian Partogi, 6 Oktober 2017, “Film Festival Sheds Light on Mental Health Issue.”
  37. The Washington Post, Bevins Vincent, 12 October 2017, “It’s Not Illegal To Be Gay in Indonesia, But Police Are Cracking Down Anyway.”
  38. Euronews, 20 October 2017.
  39. Jakarta Globe, Jack Britton, 30 October 2017, “Commentary: Sexuality, Victimization and The Elimination of Sexual Violence.
  40. South China Morning Post, Max Walden, 10 November 2017, “Do Indonesia’s Anti-pornography Law Protect Moral or Encourage Discrimination and Abuse?”
  41. East Asia Forum, Dace Mc Rae, 28 November 2017, “Indonesia’s Fatal War on Drugs.”
  42. Euronews, 20 October 2017.
  43. Jakarta Globe, Jack Britton, 30 October 2017, “Commentary: Sexuality, Victimization and The Elimination of Sexual Violence.
  44. South China Morning Post, Max Walden, 10 November 2017, “Do Indonesia’s Anti-pornography Law Protect Moral or Encourage Discrimination and Abuse?”
  45. East Asia Forum, Dace Mc Rae, 28 November 2017, “Indonesia’s Fatal War on Drugs.”
  46. The Jakarta Post, 14 December 2017, “Court Ruling on Extramarital, Gay Sex Draws Mixed Reaction From Netizen.”
  47. CBS News, 14 December 2017, “Indonesia Court Reject Bid to Make Gay Sex Ilegal.”
  48. The New York Times, Jeffrey Hutton, 14 December 2017, “Indonesia Constitutional Court Decline to Ban Sex Outside Marriage.”
  49. Wow Shack, 14 December 2017, “Anti-LGBT Petition Rejected By Indonesia Court.”
  50. Independent, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Indonesia Constitutional Court Reject Petition to Criminalize Gay Sex in Victory for Besieged LGBT Minority.”
  51. Emol, 14 December 2017, “Tribunal Constitucional indonesio rechaza prohibir y castigar penalmente el adulterio.”
  52. Merced Sun-Star, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  53. Famosos, Lazaro Cerqueira, 14 December 2017, “Indonesia Court Throws Out Petition to Ban Sex Outside Marriage.”
  54. Tampa Bay Times, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  55. Kansas City, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  56. The News Tribun, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  57. Idaho Statesman, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  58. Star Tribun, Stephen Wrights, 14 December 2017, “Top Indonesia Court Reject Attempt to Criminalize Gay Sex.”
  59. Jakarta Globe, Sheany, 15 December 2017. “Constitutional Court Rejects Bid to Criminalize Extramarital Sex.”
  60. Indonesia Expat, Ardi Wirdana, 15 Decemeber 2017, “Court Reject Bid to Criminalize Gay and Extramarital Sex Despite Split Judges Decision.”
  61. Alive for Football, Kristina Tyler, 15 December 2017, “Petiton to Bar Concensual Sex Outside Marriage Rejected by Indonesian Court.”
  62. World News, 15 December 2017, “Indonesian Court Defends People’s Right for Gay, Extramarital Sex.”
  63. Bab Escape, 16 December 2017, “Indonesia Sentences Gay Club Workers to 2-3 Years in Prison.”
  64. Pink News, Josh Jackman, 18 December 2017, “10 Men Jailed for Having Gay Sex.”
  65. Asia One, 18 December 2017, “Indonesia Court Jails Men for Two Years over ‘Gay Sex Party’.”
  66. The Jakarta Post, 18 December 2017, “North Jakarta Court Jailed Men for Two Years over ‘Gay Sex Party’.”
  67. Today, 18 December 2017, “Indonesia Court Jails Men for Two Years over ‘Gay Sex Party’.”
  68. SBS, Ben Winsor, 20 December 2017, “It’s Not Just Chechnya, The ‘Gay Purge’ Is Growing Phenomenon.”
  69. The New York Times, Jeffrey Hutton, “Indonesia’s Crackdown on Gay Men: ‘It Doesn’t  Get Better, Does it’.”

Thank you for media above who contributed monitoring the implementation of human rights in Indonesia through their article.

 

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