Irwan Hidayana

Irwan Hidayana
University of Indonesia | UI · Anthropology

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This study presents the reasons for, and circumstances of, female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) in Indonesia, Ethiopia and Kenya. Data were collected in 2016 and 2017 by means of a household survey conducted with young people (15–24 years) and through focus group discussions, in-depth interviews and key informant interviews with youth and comm...
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Background Child marriage persists in many countries and has severe impacts on health, education, economic and social status of girls. Child marriage has many interlinked causes. This study aimed to explore the drivers of child marriage in specific contexts in Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia. Methods The study combined a h...
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Background: Female genital cutting/mutilation is a harmful traditional practice that violates women’s rights and has adverse health consequences. This paper presents the reasons for and circumstances of female genital mutilation/ cutting (FGM/C) in specific settings of three countries – Indonesia, Ethiopia and Kenya. Methods: Data were collected th...
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South Kalimantan Province is the province with the highest number of child marriage cases, according to data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) in 2017 and 2019. This has resulted in various negative impacts, one of which is the high maternal mortality rate, as well as the low human development index (HDI) in the province, which is placed at...
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This article aims to describe and analyze the role of the Sentani Ethnic Council in the resolution of domestic violence experienced by Sentani women. Sentani society acknowledges that Sentani Tribal Council established in has several functions in political, economic, legal, security, and religious affairs. This study focused on the Sentani Tribal C...
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Artikel ini membahas tentang diskursus ujaran kebencian pemerintah Indonesia di media daring di tahun 2016 dengan pendekatan analisis diskursus Sara Mills. Media daring yang dipilih adalah republika.co.id, viva.co.id, tempo.co, dan kompas.com. Hasil riset menunjukkan bahwa kelompok minoritas LGBT tidak pernah menjadi subjek media dan hanya menjadi...
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The representation of homosexuality in Indonesian media tends to be discriminative and negative, with stigma, prejudice, and stereotypes. It occurs not only in the mainstream but also in the cyber media such as online news-portals. The discriminating views against homosexuals have even penetrated into the political sphere. In 2012, when Dede Oetomo...
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YES I DO. is a strategic alliance of five Dutch-based organizations which main aim is to enhance the decision making space of young people about if, when and whom to marry as well as if, when and with whom to have children. Funded by the sexual and reproductive health and rights policy framework of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands...
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Sex, sexuality and sexual relationships are hotly debated in Indonesia, triggering complex and often passionate responses. This innovative volume explores these issues in a variety of ways. It highlights historical and newer forms of sexual diversity, as well as the social responses they provoke. It critiques differing representations of sexuality,...
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Irwan Hidayana onderzocht de prevalentie en sociale stigma’s rondom hiv/aids in Karawang, Indonesië. Hiv/aids vormt in Indonesië een stille epidemie: mensen worden geïnfecteerd zonder te weten dat ze risico lopen. Het huidige beleid is gericht op groepen die relatief veel risico lopen. De dreiging voor de algemene bevolking wordt genegeerd, terwijl...
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How do women and frontline health workers engage in preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) in urban areas of Vietnam and Indonesia, where HIV is highly stigmatized and is associated with injecting drug use and sex work? This qualitative study explores local dynamics of care, using a mix of observations, focus group discussions, and int...
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Using methods developed within cognitive anthropology, we examine the relationship between particular national discourses, cultural concepts and subjective ideas about the international system of nation-states referred to colloquially as countries in English, negara in Indonesian and prathet in Thai. The analysis is based on data collected among un...

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1. To identify policies on SRHR Issues at local, national, and global levels 2. To assess the opportunities as well as the chalenges of the implementation of SRHR's policies