Indonesia

Indonesia is home to over 100 unreached people groups including the world’s largest, the Sundanese (32 million). Pray for one of these ethnic groups, such as:

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Indonesia: challenges of education today

The character of Indonesia’s educational system reflects its diverse religious heritage, its struggle for a national identity, and the challenge of resource allocation in a poor but developing nation made up of archipelagos with a young and rapidly growing population.

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Ending Child Labour in Indonesia

There are many reasons why children end up working, often in difficult and highly abusive situations. Despite ratification of laws protecting children who work Indonesia still faces many problems.

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The Rawas of South Sumatra

The Rawas are a people group of South Sumatra. Those who live near the Rupit River are also known as the Rupit, while those who live near the Rawas River are most commonly known as the Rawas. They live in

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Religious freedom in Indonesia

Despite a rise in religiously-motivated violence at home, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono accepted an award from an interfaith group for his work promoting religious freedom and human rights.

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Religious tolerance under attack in Indonesia.

Indonesia is failing to do enough to protect religious minorities from growing intolerance and violence, a report from a rights group says. Harassment and intimidation of minority communities by militant Islamist groups has been facilitated by the active or passive

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