Rafforzare i diritti delle donne in Indonesia (fonte: East Asia Forum)

Kathryn Robinson

Gender equality was a key aspiration of the popular movements that led to the toppling of Indonesia’s authoritarian New Order regime 24 years ago. The catchcry of that euphoric moment — pemberdayaan, or empowerment — encompassed women’s rights. The years following the fall of Suharto, known as reformasi, have brought gains for women. But progress has been mixed.

Empowering women’s rights in Indonesia (