23 Mei Minority Troubles in Indonesia
“Encounter”, ABC Radio, Australia
Sunday, 22 May 2011
The pulsing, talkative pluralism of Indonesia must deal with a difficult strain of intolerance for minority religious beliefs and practices. There’s some dangerous and challenging ground here, for majority and minorities, and a government that shows a deal of timidity.
Producer: Margaret Coffey
Guests: Greg Barton (Herb Feith Research Professor for the Study of Indonesia), Ihsan Ali-Fauzi (Paramadina Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia), Gomar Gultam (General Secretary, Communion of Churches in Indonesia), Melissa Crouch (Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne), Adnan Buyung Nasution (lawyer and human rights advocate, Indonesia).