Indonesia is facing a flood of false information and hate speech on social media. Some of it is spread by groups that hide their political objectives behind matters of religion.
Migrant workers continue to face insufferable working conditions such as low wages, torture, and abuse due to a lack of government regulation and oversight.
Palm oil can be found everywhere, from a bar of soap to chocolate spread. The rapid growth in its production comes at yet another cost - child labor.
Indonesia is using former terrorists to help pull back others from extremism as part of government deradicalization programs.
Indonesia is taking steps to curb radicalization among young people by targeting online content and working with universities.
It was almost half a century ago but Bedjo Untung still remembers the details of his time in the prisons of Indonesia’s capital city, where he was held for years without trial.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Kamal Hussein Arakani, a Rohingya refugee who has lived in Indonesia for 7 years, says he surrendered to God about his unclear future. "I do not work, just sit in the …