A group of former migrant workers known as SERBUMI, which is assisted by INKLUSI Partner Migrant CARE in the village of Tanggulangin, Kebumen, Central Java, has become a beacon of hope for their community with their livelihoods initiative called “Tiwul Cahaya”. Since 2016, Migrant CARE has been implementing the DESBUMI program (Village that Cares for […]
To enhance the meaningful participation and the role of women in development, eight partners affiliated with INKLUSI, dedicated to gender justice, women’s empowerment, and marginalised groups, held the National Women’s Conference for Development Planning on the 17th of April, 2023. The objective of the National Women’s Conference is to ensure that the participation and voices […]
Sasana Inclusion and the Indonesian Disability Advocacy Movement (SIGAB Indonesia) together with the Situbondo Regency Government held the 5th Temu Inklusi with the theme “Empowered in Diversity Towards Inclusive Indonesia 2023” from 31 July to 2 August 2023 at the Salafiyah Syafi’ah Islamic Boarding School, Sukorejo, Situbondo. Temu Inklusi is dedicated to promoting social, economic, […]
The Australia-Indonesia Partnership Towards an Inclusive Society (INKLUSI) held its annual Partnership Forum in Jakarta on 20-21 June 2023 to share knowledge, achievements, lessons, and innovations in advancing gender equality, disability rights, and social inclusion across Indonesia. The Forum brought together more than 500 representatives from INKLUSI’s civil society partners and its networks, the Indonesian […]
The Forum for Disability Inclusion in Maros, or FORDISMA, emerges as a force driving positive change for people with disabilities in Maros District. This forum is an initiative by the Maros District government in collaboration with the BaKTI Foundation, one of the partners of the INKLUSI Program. It aims to encourage inclusive participation in development. […]
Living in remote areas presents various challenges for women. These challenges include limited access to essential services such as adequate healthcare facilities, educational resources, and information, as well as the absence of a centre for reporting violence-related services. This is the daily reality for women in Tompobulu Village, Maros District, South Sulawesi, a remote village […]
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