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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.
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In Aceh Province on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, Sharia police break up a game of dominos. Despite the players' protests that they are not gambling, the police confiscate the game and leave them this time with a warning. The incident ends with handshakes and good humor, but this is serious business. Brian Padden reports from Aceh.
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Andrew Harding returns to Aceh 10 years after the devastating tsunami struck. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
Photojournalist Abbie Trayler-Smith was in Indonesia in the weeks after the 2004 tsunami. She recently returned to the city of Banda Aceh, to discover how UKaid from the Department for International Development has helped people to rebuild their lives. Find out more at: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/tsunami Photographs and audio slideshow by Abbie Trayler-Smith/Panos Pictures.
Judul: "Tari Saman Aceh terbaik" 2015 , tercepat yang pernah saya nonton langsung, walau saya jarang nonton tari saman / best saman dance dalam rangka konser kolosal gelar seni budaya dalam rangka sumpah pemuda di GSP UGM Yogyakarta. penarinya pada cepat dan lincah-lincah berhasil memukai para penonton yang menyaksikan. Luar biasa, pasti latihannya lama banget... :)
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...
SANGGAR PUCOK BULEUEN ACEH
SHOTLIST 1. Australian military plane taxiing at Aceh's airport 2. Mid shot of Indonesian soldiers 3. Australian Prime Minister John Howard leaving plane and greeting Australian officer and Alwi Shihab, Indonesian Welfare minister (with glasses and dark sleeveless coat) 4. Howard walking in makeshift path in muddy area 5. Howard in hospital ward at Zainal Abadin Hospital and greeting tsunami injured survivors 6. Wide of presser 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister: "I have never seen such devastation in my life and I guess it's your experience and the experience of all the media that has been here and you really have to fly over and come here to actually see, it's graphic on television but until you actually see it, you don't grasp the extent of it a...
This presentation will focus on a general orientation to Indonesia, in a cultural, political and historical perspective; social work in Indonesia and psychosocial helping and the social work response to the tsunami, with special emphasis on government, and collaboration with international resources.