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A student with a disability is guided by a volunteer during a campus orientation at Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta in September 2021. Fauzan/Antara Foto

How will ‘independent learning’ paradigm in Indonesia’s higher education benefit students with disabilities?

There is a strong chance that the needs of students with disabilities may be overlooked.
Indonesia runs the world’s largest network of madrasas (Islamic schools). They have contributed significantly to girls’ enrolment, and can serve as a model for the Taliban government. (ANTARA FOTO/Sahrul Manda Tikupadang)

Fostering girls’ education will be challenging under a Taliban regime, but Afghanistan can learn a lot from Indonesia

Indonesia can serve as an important model for the Taliban of how Muslim nations and faith-based organisations can play a big role in expanding girls’ education.
Two female residents of Tambak Lorok village in Central Java visit their damaged house after it was hit by high tidal flooding. ANTARA FOTO/Aji Styawan/hp.

Staying afloat: research discovers women’s unique views of COVID-19 in an Indonesian fishing village

Female residents of Indonesian fishing village Tambak Lorok show a unique response in dealing with the pandemic.
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How big companies are targeting middle income countries to boost ultra-processed food sales

Big Food companies producing ulta-processed foods are using a range of key market and political practices to increase their reach, particularly in developing countries.
A man inspects a road destroyed by a flood in Dili, East Timor, April 6 2021. Kandhi Barnez/AP

Why involving people with disability in preparing for disasters leads to better outcomes

Overlooking people with disability in disaster preparations and responses makes them even more vulnerable. A new partnership has shown they can play meaningful and active roles.

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