- published: 13 Jun 2015
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Women in Indonesia are protesting against a partial curfew imposed earlier this month in Banda Aceh. Under a new rule women working in certain industries must go home by 11pm. The provincial government says it wants to protect women from harassment. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Banda Aceh.
The short film documented the ILO's programme to assist affected people in Aceh to find work by delivering skills training, opening employment centre, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, improving the capacity of local organizations in employment related matters and so forth. Due to the tsunami, the unemployment Aceh had jumped from 6.8 per cent to more than 30 per cent. The film was already broadcasted by a national TV station (only available in Bahasa Indonesia).
At Aceh’s main fresh food market, you’ll find fruits and vegetables never before seen in Western supermarkets. Vendors come early in the morning, and many set up by stacking their goods on piles on the pavement. The music is from a field recording by Prof. Margaret Kartomi, with the Sir Zelman School of Music, Monash University in Australia. This song belongs to Aceh's secular musical tradition termed "ratôh duek" (literally 'dance in sitting position'). Prof. Kartomi made this recording on 27. April 2005 in the NAD Building, Dinas Kebudayaan Province, Banda Aceh. Find out more about Prof. Kartomi's work and Aceh's musical traditions at the links below. • Prof. Kartomi’s (amazing!) online library of field recordings, preserving the musical heritage of Aceh, Indonesia! http://arrow.mon...
Click for more videos like this: https://goo.gl/wtcDyD Synchronized dance group | Breathtaking Work | Saman Dance of Aceh. Breathtaking work by students choir in January. With huge thanks to those who watch these songs and dances from Aceh Indonesia. For More Controversial Videos Visit: https://goo.gl/u0EfWF
SANGGAR PUCOK BULEUEN ACEH
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Around 3,000 people in the Aceh region of Indonesia have rallied in support of a separatist flag being made the official symbol of the province. The protesters are demanding that the government accept their decision to use the flag of the disbanded Free Aceh Movement, which reached a peace deal with Indonesia in 2005. Indonesian law, however, prohibits the use of separatist flags and symbols. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million house...
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