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Nahdlatul Ulama and democratisation in Indonesia
(Global Campus, 2016-11)
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), was formed in 1926 to promote the interest of traditional Muslims of Indonesia, is currently the largest Muslim organization in the world with about 40 million members. This dissertation is the study ...
Unmuting voices: Dayak women’s narratives on structural and gendered injustice in oil palm expansion in West Kalimantan, Indonesia
(Global Campus, 2017)
This thesis explores how the oil palm expansion process, driven by the capitalisation of nature and labour, renders structural injustice to the Dayak indigenous people in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Using feminist political ...
“Resistilience”: women’s resistance and resilience in post eviction in North Jakarta
(Global Campus of Human Rights, 2018)
ABSTRACT The home is mainly a place of paid and unpaid care work for women in poor urban communities in North Jakarta. This thesis substantiates the claim that forced eviction constitutes not only a violation of human ...