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Lecture & discussion: Ethnic Conflict, Political Islam & Power in Indonesia
Donnerstag, 16. Mai 2019, 07:00pm

taz Kantine; Bildquelle. taz

 

 

Am 16. Mai 2019 präsentieren taz und Han Sens ASIENTALK eine Vortrags- und Diskussionsveranstaltung:

 

Ethnic Conflict, Political Islam & Power in Indonesia

In 1998 the Indonesian People managed to force the Suharto-dictatorship from power. The mostly moderate Islamic society has democratized since, but at the same time become more radicalized and turned intolerant towards minority groups.

Some extremists use violence to advance their agendas while Islamist politicians promote the enforcement of Sharia provisions and challenge the idea of Indonesian nationalism.

 

Discussion with:

Andreas Harsono, a former journalist and the Indonesia-researcher of Human Rights Watch from Jakarta. He is one of the most quoted analysts of the developments there and will talk about the findings of his latest book about ethnic and religious violence and analyse the outcome of the April 17 elections.

 

Moderator: Sven Hansen, Asia-editor of taz

 

Eintritt frei

 

 

Ort: taz Kantine, Friedrichstraße 21; 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Indonesien Magazin Online

 

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