Stories By Devianti Faridz
130 May 2015 Sat
Rohingya translators who speak either English or Malay are hard to come by and are highly sought after for their lingual skills.
229 May 2015 Fri
The mayor of Kuala Langsa, Teungku Usman Abdullahm, has taken steps to create a task force made up of government officials, law enforcers, NGOs and journalists to oversee the management and evaluation of migrant camps.
328 May 2015 Thu
With no consistent set of security regulations, managing the four Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrant camps in Aceh is proving to be a little tricky.
424 May 2015 Sun
Indonesia has declared a moratorium to stop companies from sending domestic workers to 21 Middle Eastern countries, and job training centres have reported a slump in business.
522 May 2015 Fri
The UNHCR says the verification process of refugees currently in Indonesia and Malaysia could take longer than one year.
613 May 2015 Wed
Indonesia's Democratic Party names party co-founder and former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono as chairman for the next five years, after the country’s fourth-largest political party met for a three-day congress.
727 Apr 2015 Mon
Indonesia has announced a US$2 million relief package for Nepal which includes medical supplies, food and tents.
824 Apr 2015 Fri
In his speech marking the 60th anniversary of the landmark 1955 Asian-African Conference, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urges world leaders to emulate the Bandung spirit, to meet current challenges.
922 Apr 2015 Wed
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Wednesday (Apr 22) urged leaders at the Asia-Africa summit to help reform the United Nations and work for a new global economic order.
1020 Apr 2015 Mon
Seventy seven countries get set to work on deeper political and economic ties at the Asia-Africa Conference in Jakarta this week. Analysts note the ability to forge plans as global economic and political currents change swiftly will be key.