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Sandya Institute Opens Refugee Learning Center in Jakarta

During the recent years, the world is experiencing what is known as the global refugee crises.  Based on the data from United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), in the year of 2014 there was 60 million refugees and internally displaced people (IDP) in the whole world. One of the …

Call for Volunteers

Minorities in Indonesia continue to face discriminatory regulations and violent attacks! They need our help! Help us fighting injustice! We are calling for : 1. Research Assistants – Assisting our research (both desk and field research) related to peace and human rights issues as well as providing academic writings and/or …

Romo Magnis Suseno dan Para Aktivis Menyerukan Perdamaian dan Penegakan HAM

Sabtu, 22 April 2017, Sandya Institute mengadakan pelatihan dan pembekalan ilmu mengenai perdamaian dan hak asasi manusia (HAM) kepada masyarakat yang aktif dalam mengadvokasikan perdamaian dan HAM di Tebet, Jakarta, pada acara School of Peace and Human Rights. Acara tersebut mengundang beberapa aktivis perdamaian dan pegiat HAM dari Sekolah Tinggi Filsafat Driyarkara dan …

Youth Involvement in Peacebuilding

“Tell me and I’ll forget. Teach me and I’ll remember. Involve me, and I’ll learn” – Xin Kuang (818 AD) The 21st century inches ever farther from the previous millennia, after going through no less than 861 wars since the 1900s. Together, we saw the rise and fall of great powers, …

Rohingya: Their Plight, Suu-Kyi’s Neglect, And Asean’s Effeminacy

Rohingya is the most persecuted ethnic group in the 21st century. It’s massacre barely receives media attention while thousands are being exiled from their homes, imprisoned, killed by either Myanmar’s right wing Buddhist mob and even the police. In 1974, the government of Myanmar denied Rohingya people citizenship, restricting them access …