NGOs question government commitment to disability rights
The Jakarta Post
Ninety-five rights groups across Indonesia have teamed up to voice their disappointment of a government plan to issue a single regulation detailing the mechanisms to protect disability rights demanded by the 2016 People With Disabilities Law.
The main reason behind their disappointment is that they fear the proposed government regulation (PP), which they dubbed sapu jagat, or “one-size-fi...
- Let them eat quinoa: Malaysian PM mocked for being out of touch
- Study to challenge claim Indonesia second-biggest marine polluter
- BREAKING: PDI-P officially endorses Jokowi for 2019 presidential election
- Booking.com reveals most affordable months to travel
- Katy Perry: Her vibes on Jakarta's energy
- Anies remains tight-lipped after being reported to police
- Two injured in Louisiana university shooting
- Turkey navy 'threatens force' against Italy drillship: Cyprus
- In one tweet, Kylie Jenner wiped out $1.3 billion of Snap’s market value
- Kaum Jakarta named capital's restaurant of the year