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The Jakarta Post’s Gemma Holliani Cahya talks to three women about the sexual abuse they or a loved one has experienced. By revealing their stories, they want to shine a light on the experiences of other women in Indonesia and help lobby lawmakers to pass the sexual violence eradication bill. Together with other survivors and activists, these women are fighting to make the lives of all women and children, as well as some men, safer and brighter. (JP/I Gede Dharma JS)
(JP/Gemma Holliani Cahya)