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Activists from a variety of women’s rights organizations gathered to take part in a peaceful march along Jakarta’s main thoroughfare of Jl. Thamrin on Sunday. They called for systemic changes to guarantee the protection of women’s rights, including enacting the anti-sexual violence bill, rejecting bills that threatened women’s rights, revoking discriminatory regulations and the recognition of gender diversity.
The Jakarta Post spoke with several activists about participating in the march and calling for the government to put a stop to systemic violence against women. (JP/Wendra Ajistyatama)