JASS Southeast Asia

Villa Sahara of Indonesia manages the implementation of the Women’s Legal Empowerment (WLE) program at the village level, connecting them with central level justice institutions, enabling active community participation throughout the development process. Involved in JASS since June 2008, she wants to learn how feminist movements can be integrated into economic, social and political systems and strategies.
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JASS Southeast Asia is facilitating the creation of multigenerational women’s movements by bringing together young women across JASS with older, more established feminists. In one such movement building institute in Bogor, Indonesia, young women from 22 provinces across the country analyzed power from the personal to the national, tracked the history of women's organizing, and framed an agenda for making change.
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Before Indonesia’s elections, PESADA and JASS Southeast Asia held political education workshops on women’s political rights on the North Sumatran island of Nias, emphasizing the importance of voting women onto the Legislative Council.
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Before Indonesia’s elections, PESADA and JASS Southeast Asia held political education workshops on women’s political rights on the North Sumatran island of Nias, emphasizing the importance of voting women onto the Legislative Council.
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On 6 and 7 April 2009, Berliana Purba & Dina Lumbantobing of PESADA and Niken Lestari of JASS SEA held two workshops. The first, in Teluk Dalam, the capital of South Nias, involved 69 women and 6 men, while the second, in Gunung Sitoli, the capital of Nias Induk, involved 50 women and 2 men.
By Kamilia Manaf, Institut Pelangi Perempuan (Indonesian Youth Lesbian Center)
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By Kamilia ManafInstitut Pelangi Perempuan (Indonesian Youth Lesbian Center)
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Pantsunburma shares her reflections at the JASS Crossregional Dialogue.
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Today i'm very happy because i'm attend one session about dancing the revolution. I am learning about how to make activities to fun. it's great....that's inspiring my self to make a good plan activities in the future in my country. Thanks for sisters from Luthania...for the new esperiences.
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This report is the result of monitoring and critical analyses by non-government organizations (NGO) in Indonesia concerning the implementation of CEDAWthroughout the years 1998-2007. It is made on the basis of the mechanism of the CEDAW committee that makes it possible for non-government organizations to propose a shadow report as a counterpart/ alternative report to the report prepared by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.

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