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Three students of the Lancang Kuning University in Riau were reportedly expelled by campus management after they criticized the rector.
Joint decree (SKB) among three ministers does not ban students to wear hijabs or cross necklaces as their religious identity.
The Semarang State University punished a student who reported the rector to the Corruption Eradication Commission. A muzzling of criticism.
Thousands of public and private junior high school (SMP) students in Surabaya city, East Java, passed the Covid-19 swab test today, November 25.
PGRI contends that epidemiology-based data must be the forefront in considering next year's reopening of classroom schooling.
Thousands of people join a protest led by high school students in Bangkok to call for education reforms.
BKPM Head Bahlil Lahadalia will take up the challenge from the 'Cipayung Plus students activist' to a debate about the Job Creation law.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko has again considered students' protest against the Job Creation Law a paradox.
Hundreds of students held a demonstration against the Omnibus Law of the Job Creation Law in the Arjuna Wiwaha Horse Statue area today.
Minister Nadiem Makarim said universities continue to come up with innovation during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jakarta Metro Police Chief said all rioters in the protest against the omnibus law on Job Creation would be charged although they were students.
Thousands of people planned to take to the street again today, October 22, protesting the Omnibus Law on Job Creation in front of the State Palace.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko responded to demands issued by the Students' Executive Bodies Association (BEM SI) related to the Omnibus Law.
KPAI asked Jakarta Metro Police to send home 171 students who were detained for joining yesterday's protest against the Omnibus Law.
President Jokowi sends his special staffer, Aminuddin Ma'ruf, to meet student protesters in the Friday protest against the Omnibus Law.
Students from BEM-SI began to crowd the Arjuna Wijaya Horse Statue on Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat, Central Jakarta today, October 16, at 1:40 p.m.
BEM-SI announced that members of the organization will once again hold an anti-omnibus job creation law rally.
Thailand's government had announced emergency measures to ban gatherings of five or more people to try to end three months of protests.
The demands remain the same as in Thursday's rally: revoking the Omnibus Law on Job Creation.
A total of 806 people taking part in the demonstration against the Omnibus Law on Job Creation on October 13, 2020, has been arrested by the police.