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South Jakarta IDI Chairperson asks women to not fear medical checkups following a doctor's TikTok viral video.
Indonesian government says that women have lost their income since the pandemic began.
UI anthropologist Meutia Hatta Swasono expressed concern about polygamy and how it is solicited in current society through social media.
Women conducting acts of terrorism are themselves the victims of terrorism.
Myanmar women on an online conference today share how the human rights situation is deteriorating in the country.
SOEs Minister Erick Thohir aims to increase women's leadership in SOEs to 20 percent by 2023.
State-owned Enterprises Ministry is eyeing to increase women's representation in SOEs board of directors.
President Jokowi in commemoration of the International Women's Day today says both man and women have equal opportunity.
Canada-driven development program, along with Bappenas, sees the role carried by Indonesian women entrepreneurs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tokyo Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori resigned on Friday, Feb. 12, and again apologized for sexist remarks that sparked a global outcry.
Tokyo Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori apologized on Thursday for sexist comments about women talking too much but said he would not resign.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria says the government plans to set up an isolation center for pregnant women diagnosed with Covid-19.
Komnas Perempuan maintains that the issue of gender equality remains to be a problem in the first year of the Jokowi-Ma'ruf Amin administration.
Komnas Perempuan opined that the Job Creation Law potentially lowers the rights of women workers both in the country and abroad.
The mangrove forest where residents of Enggros village obtain food is a precious location reserved exclusively for women.
KPBI argued that the Job Creation Law is heavily patriarchal and believes female workers will be the most vulnerable group.
The National Commission on Violence against Women (Komnas Perempuan) is seeing a surge in domestic violence since the pandemic struck the country.
The prison lacks the required facility to isolate the female prisoners with Covid-19 from the rest of the inmates.
Komnas Perempuan announced that the poverty rate in Indonesia's Eastern regions correlates with violence against women and children.
An Ethiopian woman was fired when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and her employers dumped her on the streets.