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Human Rights Watch Report Says LGBT Crackdowns Fueling HIV Crisis in Indonesia

A crackdown against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in Indonesia is leading to a rise in HIV infections and causing a public health crisis, according to a...

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Politicians Propose Criminalization of Sex Outside of Marriage

Legislators in the House of Representative (DPR) have discussed amendments and possible additions to Indonesia’s Criminal Code including criminalization of all sex...

Imploring for Palliative Care, the Chance to a Fulfilling Life

As a paediatric palliative care service, Rachel House treats poor children diagnosed with cancer and HIV in Jakarta. They are currently working on a campaign called the...

Let’s Talk About Sex: Are Indonesia’s Youth Ill-Prepared?

Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, is not an advocate for teaching formal sexual education in schools. Instead, sex education is...

Yayasan Kasih Suwitno at Ruang Carlo Community Centre

Non-discriminatory, friendly and free services for people with HIV and AIDS. World Aids Day took place on 1 December 2014 and according to UNAIDS, HIV (Human...