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Education Ministry led by Nadiem Makarim will soon issue regulations on the prevention and mitigation of sexual violence in universities.
Human rights groups sent an open letter to the President asking to lift the ban against an Ahmadiyah Mosque in East Kalimantan.
Bogor Mayor Bima Arya rebuffed the assumption that the conflict resolution of the dispute of GKI Yasmin would set a bad precedent.
President Jokowi asked religious mass organizations to practice open-mindedness and be tolerant of differences outside their environment.
Setara Institute's study revealed that the Covid-19 pandemic creates fertile ground for discrimination and intolerance.
Religious Affairs Minister Yaqut Cholil Qoumas says that the government will affirm the religious rights of Shia and Ahmadiyah believers.
LIPI researcher opined that Indonesia would face two major problems in the next 10 years, viz. religious intolerance and separatism conflict in Papua.
Al-Azhar University political observer said Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan could not be taken down by framing him as an intolerant leader.
Semarang Legal Aid (LBH) argues that Central Java's self-proclaimed narrative of being a tolerant region is far from being accurate.
Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim responded to recent sexual harassment cases happening on campuses.
Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim revealed three sins in education based on his version, stressing that he was seeking the solutions.
Setara Institute argues that the Istiqlal - Cathedral tunnel will not solve real-world problems regarding intolerance looming over the country.
Most of House of Representatives (DPR) legislators do not see any serious issue in the country's religious education.
DPR RI legislator, I Wayan Sudirta, condemns the recent act of intolerance in Bantul, Yogyakarta.
An observer on state defense, Connie Rahakundini, said intolerance remains as one aspect hampering Indonesia's national development.