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Indonesia's post-Soeharto democracy movement

Author: Prasetyo, Stanley Adi ; Priyono, A. E. ; Törnquist, OlleCorporate author:Institute of the Free Flow of Information ; Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation with Developing CountriesPublisher: Demos, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 739 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9799802903Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Indonesia's Post-Soeharto Democracy Movement Table of Contents Pages Acknowledgments Preface Chapter : Introduction I · Olle Törnquist with Stanley Adi Praseiyo and A.E. Priyono Floating Democrats Chapter II: The Social and Political Crisis J.Nasikun Consociationalism and Democratic Transition in a Plural Society · Th. Sumartana SARA and National Integration? The Never-Ending Tension · Gerry van Klinken Decentralisation, Violence, and Democracy: The Colonial Roots of Ethnic Conflict in Indonesia Chapter III: General Problem of Democratisation · Olle Törnquist Indonesia and the International Discourse on Democratisation: Problems and Prospects · Vedi R. Hadiz Considering the Idea of `Transition to Democracy' in Indonesia · Mochtar Pabottingi The State of Democratisation in Indonesia · Box: Kavi Chongkittavorn Constitution and Democracy: The Muangthai Experience ix xi 3 49 65 81 99 109 117 119 Indonesia's Post-Soeharto Democracy Movement Chapter IV: The Politics of Workers and the Urban Poor · Olle Törnquist 127 Labour and Democracy? Tentative Reflections on the Indonesian Impasse · Box: Bøjrn Beckman 151 The Labour Movement: It is They Who Create Political Momentum · Box: Dita Indah Sari 152 The Situation of the Post New-Order Labour Movemeht · Donni Edwin 159 Politics of the Workers' Movement: Case Studies on the FNPBI and the KPS · Donni Edwin 189 The White Collar Movement: Case Studies on FOKUBA, ASPEK and AJI · Donni Edwin 221 UPC, ISJ and Sanggar Ciliwung: Experiments Towards a New Social Movement Chapter V: Peasant Politics and Its Advocacy · R Herlambang Perdana Land Conflict, Farmers' Politics and Democratisation · Box: Restitution of the Right to Land: Experiences from Other Countries · Muhammad Qodari A Figure in the Batang Peasant Movement: An Account from Central Java · Box: Regaining Farmers' Land: Lessons from Muara Enim Chapter VI: Local Community Movement · Emanuel Lalang Wardoyo Local Community Empowerment: Experiences of the YPR and YPK · Box: John Bamba Indigenous Societies Want to be Autonomous From the State · Donni Edwin Advocacy for Community Transformation: Democratisation at Village Level · Box: Olle Törnquist An Experiment in Political Organising from Below 287 243 251 259 272 301 307 315 vi Table of Contents · Nur Hidayat Sardini Social Tolerance and Religion Pluralism: The Experience of Three Institutions 323 Chapter VII: Watchdog Movement · Andrinof A. Chaniago 343 Public Expenditure Policy Control: Case Studies from West Sumatra, South Sumatra, and Jakarta · Andrinof A. Chaniago 371 Watchdog Movements in Local Parliament: The PARWI Experience in Yogyakarta · Otto Adi Yulianto 383 The Media Watch Movement: Case Studies on the LKM, KIPPAS and MWCC · Box: Ignatius Haryanto 405 Indonesian Press in the Transitional Era: The `Peace Journalism' Movement · Agung Widjaja 413 Towards a Just and Constitutional State: Experiences the PSHK and LeIP Chapter VIII: Gender and Democracy · Otto Adi Yulianto Issues and Strategies of the Women's Movement: The Experience of Four Institutions · Box: Ita F. Nadia Considering the Local Context of the Women's Movement · Box: Elli Nur Hayati The World's History is Full of Gender-Based Violence · Muhammad Qodari Gaya Nusantara and Dede Oetomo: Profile of the Gay Movement in Indonesia Chapter IX: The Human Rights Movement · A.E. Priyono Human Rights Advocacy Movement in the Transitional Era: The KontraS Strategy · A.E. Priyono Post-DOM Aceh: The Escalation of State Terror and Resistance of Civil Society Movements 437 447 458 467 491 513 vii Indonesia's Post-Soeharto Democracy Movement · Box: Further Repression in the Post-DOM Era · Sofian M Asgart Demiliterisation and Democratisation: A Portrait of Human Rights Struggle in Papua Chapter X: The Actors' Agenda · Otto Adi Yulianto Network-Based Pro-Democracy Actors: Case Studies on Five Organisations · Box: Joel Rocamora Lessons From the Philippines · Irawan Saptono Mass Leaders and Local Bosses: Profiles of Four Actors · Sofian M Asgart The Phenomenon of Paramilitary Organisations: Case Studies on Six Organisations 527 543 567 588 603 643 Chapter XI: Political Parties and Democratisation · Discussions on the Role of Political Parties (Conference Report) 671 · Box: Santoso 682 Post-Discussion Notes · Box: Stanley 684 The Defeat of `Pro-Democracy Movements and Party Pseudo-Alliances · Box: Rahman Tolleng 689 Our Political Parties are Not Representative Appendix Bibliography Index Contributors 697 709 719 733

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