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News | 29 Aug 2006
Dr. Kari Telle is a Social Anthropologist who has worked extensively on issues related to socio-religious change in Indonesia. Telle will work on the new Politics of Faith programme where she will study religious mobilization and the politics of 'security' in post-Suharto Indonesia.
Book Chapter | Oct 2010
The chapter examines how security concerns are infiltrating new aspects of daily life in Indonesia, giving rise to new organisational forms and ways of ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
The Indonesian General Elections 2004 were the largest and most complicated elections ever observed by the EU. With apparent logistical and technical ...
Project | Jul - Sep 2018
This third indepedent review of the Norway-Indonesia REDD+ partnership aims to assess the status of the partnership in connection with Phase 2 deliverables ...
REDD+, climate change, forestry, aid, Indonesia, Norway
Journal Article | Jan 2007
The Fight against Corruption in Indonesia Sofie Arjon Schütte Journal of Current Southeast Asian Af
Indonesia, Corruption Eradication Commission, Law Enforcement, Constitutional Court, , Anticorruption Court, Corruption, Attorney General's Office, Asset Recovery
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in a context of nationalist oligarchy: Lessons from Indonesia
U4 Brief | Sep 2020
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in a context of nationalist oligarchy:
Corruption, Forest conservation, REDD+, Oligarchy, Indonesia
Journal Article | Jan 2018
This article develops the argument that blasphemy trials occupy a pivotal role in ‘religion-making’ in post-1998 Indonesia. Examining a blasphemy ...
Blasphemy, trials, lawfare, Indonesia
Project | Jun - Dec 2013
Danida-Appraisal Mission for Support to Good Governance in Indonesia 2014-2017
Journal Article | Jan 1993
Article appraising the growth and development of three countries in the Southeast Asian region: Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia
Economic growth, Governance, Development, Newly industrialising countries, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Journal Article | Aug 2009
Security concerns are creeping into new aspects of everyday life in Indonesia, resulting in new organizational forms and ways of perceiving self and society. ...
Dharma wisesa, ontological uncartainty, power, security, spirit, army, Indonesia
Book Chapter | Jan 1995
This is a comparative study of responses to active human rights criticism by two donor countries, Norway and the Netherlands vis-á-vis Kenya and Indonesia, ...
Human rights, International relations, Netherlands, Norway, Kenya, Indonesia
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1996
The objective of this research is to determine factors affecting land degradation in the upland in Indonesia, and to suggest appropriate policies regarding ...
U4 Brief | Jun 2008
Under a sustainable, well-managed, logging regime, Papua - the most densely forested part of Indonesia - can potentially contribute substantial forest ...
natural resources, forestry, corruption, Indonesia, natural resource management, Indonesia
Journal Article | Jan 2003
The smell of death: Theft, disgust and ritual practice in Central Lombok, Indonesia. Kari Social An
Journal Article | Jan 2002
The smell of death: Theft, disgust and ritual practice in Central Lombok, Indonesia. Kari Telle Soc
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1994
About half of tropical deforestation is commonly explained by the expansion of traditional agriculture (shifting cultivation). This article first questions ...
Shifting cultivation, Agriculture, Deforestation, Indonesia
Project | Aug - Dec 2003
A study of human rights commissions in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines
Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines
U4 Issue | Feb 2015
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) has become a cornerstone of Indonesia’s forest sector policies. Given corruption ...
REDD+, political economy, corruption, anti-corruption, forest governance, natural resource management, Indonesia
Book Chapter | Oct 2009
Swearing innocence: Performing justice and 'reconciliation' in post-new order Lombok. Kari Telle Re
Journal Article | Jan 2012
The discourse on anti-corruption approaches during the last decade has been shaped by two extremes: those who prescribe specialized anti-corruption bodies ...
anti-corruption commissions, institutional change, Indonesia, Indonesia