In May of this year, student protests sparked off riots, looting, and arson all over Indonesia. After the political situation had stabilised, accounts emerged of women from ethnic minorities being targets of horrific violence. The subsequent publicity and debate have enabled women survivors to make their voices heard for the first time, and to take action together.
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