Inside Indonesia : bulletin of the Indonesia Resources and Information Programme

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Nq 959.8005 INS
Created/Published
Northcote, Vic. : IRIP, 1983-2007
Issue
No.84 (October - December 2005)
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INSIDE Indonesia 1 , 2
Advertising 2
Advertising 2
Advertising 3
No title 3
in this issue Aid must embrace social change 4
your say Australian-lndonesian artists collaborate 4
Research to be deposited in archives 4
Independence Day in Holland 4
newsbriefs The Munir investigation 5
World Bank critical 5
Aceh rights tribunal 5
aid and development From poverty to social justice Aid works best when it seeks to confront social injustice 6 , 7
IMF aid – helping the poor? Economists propose an alternative strategy to the prevailing neo-liberal ideology for reducing poverty 8 , 9
Aid with strings attached Foreign policy not poverty reduction drives the Australian aid program 10 , 11
Aceh Aceh after the tsunami An Australian aid worker recounts the challenge of rehabilitating a devastated society 12 , 13
Reconstruction meets resistance NGOs and local people work together to rebuild communities, until feudalism intervenes 14 , 15
Papua Where it hurts in Papua An Indonesian NGO finds injustices in unexpected places 16 , 17
aid workers speak The activists’ dilemma Many are ambivalent about international aid 18
LEARNING ABOUT Indonesia OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2005 NO. 84 19
Contents 19
Advertising 19
Bantuan dalam bentuk beasiswa 19
Aceh bangkit lewat pendidikan: catatan pribadi 20 , 21
Kosa Kata 20 , 21
Rasa setia kawan untuk Aceh dari tanah rantau 22
aid workers speak A free lunch? Much aid comes with strings attached – crippling loan repayments, exploitation of resources and vulnerability to unfriendly international markets 23 , 24
Partnership or pretence Who should call the shots – international donors or local NGOs? 25 , 26
history revisited Kampung Kamal Half a century after Herb Feith first lived in Kamal, Nikolas Feith Tan retraces his grandfather’s steps 27
Forty years on With Suharto gone, the anniversary of the 1965 coup attempt is more controversial than ever 28 , 29
politics and human rights A new agenda for democracy Is democracy stalled? An in-depth survey suggests hope for the future 30 , 31
women in Islam A shared vision Portraits of Islamic women from different centuries and different organisations 32 , 33
business culture Lecture me not Helping to boost English teaching seemed a splendid idea, but then Indonesian realities intervened 34
HIV/AIDS The looming AIDS epidemic Intravenous drug use is exacerbating the spread of the HIV virus 35 , 36
Advertising 36
reviews Indonesian literature vs New Order orthodoxy: the aftermath of 1965-66 37
Beginning to remember: the past in the Indonesian present 37
CHINESE INDONESIANS Remembering, Distorting, Forgetting 37
Chinese Indonesians: remembering, distorting, forgetting 37
resources Private foundations on the net Foreign philanthropy has flourished in Indonesia 38
the final word Peace at last? The latest agreement in Aceh seems too good to be true, but it’s also Aceh’s best chance for peace yet. 39
Advertising 40

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