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Jakarta, August 2016 – Politically sovereign, economically independent and culturally dignified are the main objective that are trying to be achieved by The Indigenous People's Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) since the organization was founded in 1999. Seventeen years have passed, but those dreams are still in uncertainty waiting for Indonesian government to ratify the Law of indigenous peoples stalled in the Parliament. Through The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples (HIMAS) 2016 which is commemorate throughout the world, AMAN...

Dua orang laki-laki paruh baya nampak duduk di buritan perahu yang membawa mereka keluar dari dermaga Tanjung Luar di Pulau Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat. Di atas air laut yang bergelombang, keduanya nampak sibuk menyiapkan jaring yang akan digunakan untuk alat tangkap mereka mencari ikan. Seperti biasa, saat itu, nelayan yang ada di kapal tersebut akan mencari ikan yang memiliki nilai jual sangat tinggi: hiu. Perburuan tersebut, sudah menjadi kegiatan umum dan rutin bagi nelayan di sekitar Tanjung Luar. Tak heran, ikan...

Please join our documentary film “Ocean and Us” launching Sunday, 29 May 2016 on 7-9 PM Galleri Salihara Jl. Salihara 16, Pasar Minggu Jakarta Selatan Reservation: Aulia Nurrahman (Uli) Phone: +62 2518326307 Mobile: +62 81285182919 Email: info@inaturefilms.org Online registration click here or filled form below Speakers: 1. Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Indonesia Program 2. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia 3. Greenpeace Indonesia 4. Prof. DR. Nurjanah. MS (Department Staff Technology Aquatic Product, Fisheries and Marine Faculty, Bogor Agricultural University) Watch the trailer ...

In spirit of earth day on Friday 22 April 2016, Indonesia Nature Film Society (INFIS) together with various partners and artist launch movement called Hutan Itu Indonesia (Forest is Indonesia). This is an open-based movement for anyone who concern or would like to participate in campaign to emphasize the importance of protecting Indonesia forest. Series of If Not Us Then Who movies are screened in front of audience that mainly urban youth who’s live and work around Jakarta. Students from...

Mangroves for the Future activities in Indonesia are supporting local communities to restore and manage coastal ecosystems in order to improve the benefits obtained. Priority is being given to building awareness on the economic value of coastal resources, and MFF across the region to supporting coastal livelihoods, climate change and resilience-building. ...

NEW YORK: On September 18, 2014 (6pm EST), the new creative initiative ‘If Not Us Then Who?’ will launch with three short films and a selection of photographs exploring this question and proposing the answer that those living in the forests are best-placed to save them. Stories from Brazil, Nicaragua and Indonesia highlight the personal stories of an inconspicuous yet vital people as they battle to protect their lives, their cultures – and our forests. A fourth film, is a call...

Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) hosted Indigenous Peoples Week 2014 at Taman Ismail Marzuki, Cikini, Central Jakarta. Through the series of activities AMAN try to deliver information about the wealth of art, culture and traditions of indigenous people from different regions of the archipelago to wider public. Storytelling Indonesian Nature Film Society introduced the “If Not Us Then Who” project at this event by holding a film screening and discussion about the struggle of indigenous communities maintaining their forests. We...

Embassy of Indonesia in Oslo, January 12, 2014 Reiselivsmessen 2014 : Indonesian Pavilion Recorded Four Successes Of the three-day exhibition participation in the biggest travel and tourism exhibition in Oslo, Reiselivsmessen, at the Telenor Arena this weekend (10-12 January 2014), Embassy of Indonesia in Oslo noted several interesting things. Record Visitors The exhibition this year managed to record most visitors. On the first two days, the number of visitors reached 26.143 people, and the exhibition expected to reach no less than 47,000 visitors...

Indonesian cultural performances give different atmosphere to Norway's largest travel exhibition, Reiselivsmessen, held at the Telenor Arena, Oslo, this weekend (10-12/01/2014). This Saturday (11/1/2014), Fatimah Shaw-Iversen, an Indonesian artist now residing in Oslo, performed the peacock dance (tari Merak) from West Java enchantingly, and successfully dazzled visitors to the exhibition both on the main stage and at the Indonesian pavilion. Fatimah’s costume, which depicted a beautiful male peacock with a colorful pattern of its feathers, also amazed visitors. Not only that,...