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Unlocking the Economic Potentials of Indonesia’s Refugee Community: A Survey on Labour Characteristics

On December 12, 2019 – Sandya Institute shared with the public their research concerning refugees and their economic impact in Indonesia.The outcomes were presented to the Ministry of Manpower, the International Organization for Migration, and other government, local, and international stakeholders. The research, led by Matthew LoCastro, conducted a survey on the …

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 …