Organised by the Westpapua-Netzwerk, Watch Indonesia! and the International Coalition for Papua
Indonesia is ranked 107th out of 195 countries and regions on the 2020 Gender Development Index. Women’s civil liberties and human rights are neither on the political nor the legal level sufficiently addressed, particularly when it comes to gender based violence or discrimination. In West Papua, women’s lives are additionally burdened by the ongoing armed conflict as well as limited access to education and health services and severe obstacles to attain land rights.
In this Webinar we want to raise awareness regarding the situation of women’s rights and violence against women in Indonesia. Together with three international speakers from West Papua, Indonesia and Germany we explore what the main challenges are and what still needs to be done to realize, ensure and safeguard women’s rights.
Mariana Amiruddin, Journalist, author and women's rights activist. Vice Chairperson of Komnas Perempuan for the period 2020-2024.
Marion Struck-Garbe, Social anthropologist and social economist. Lecturer at the University of Hamburg.
Els Tieneke Rieke Katmo, Ph.D, Lecturer in Socio Economic of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, Universitas Papua in Manokwari.
Maraike J.B. Bangun, Scholarship holder of Academy of Mission at the University of Hamburg.
Date: Wednesday, 19th May
Time: 11am (CEST), 4pm Jakarta Time (WIB), 6pm Jayapura time (WIT)
Languages: English and Indonesian (Translation available)
Zoom Link (no Registration necessary): https://unitedinmission-org.zoom.us/j/68695595960