Aisyah Llewellyn

Aisyah Llewellyn

Environment

'Vocal, unafraid': Indonesia activist's sudden death questioned

Environmental campaigner and lawyer Golfrid Siregar was found dead by the side of the road in suspicious circumstances.

'Vocal, unafraid': Indonesia activist's sudden death questioned

Indonesia

'Nowhere to go, nowhere to hide': The horror of Indonesia’s haze

Aisyah Llewellyn found out just what living in hazardous air meant when she went to Jambi to report on Indonesia's devastating fires.

'Nowhere to go, nowhere to hide': The horror of Indonesia’s haze

Indonesia

'I feel traumatised': The volunteers fighting Indonesia's fires

The government says 6,000 troops have been deployed but in Jambi farmers and security guards are on the front lines.

'I feel traumatised': The volunteers fighting Indonesia's fires

Indonesia

'When is this going to end?': Indonesians shrouded in toxic haze

Fires, started on plantations, have been burning since July sending air pollution to hazardous levels.

'When is this going to end?': Indonesians shrouded in toxic haze

Indonesia

Campus journalists challenge Indonesia's limits on free press

Students in Medan question legality of their dismissal from school publication after 'lesbian love story' went viral.

Campus journalists challenge Indonesia's limits on free press

Human Rights

'Shame and humiliation': Aceh's Islamic law violates human rights

Punishments under Sharia are rooted in cultural traditions and few are willing to speak publicly against it.

'Shame and humiliation': Aceh's Islamic law violates human rights

Indonesia

Grieving families demand answers after deadly Indonesia fire

Families are angry at slow process of identification as most bodies were burnt beyond recognition in the factory blaze.

Grieving families demand answers after deadly Indonesia fire

Asia Pacific

Indonesia frees ethnic Chinese woman jailed for blasphemy

Meliana, who was sentenced to 18 months in jail for blasphemy, has been released on parole.

Indonesia frees ethnic Chinese woman jailed for blasphemy

Indonesia

Widodo or Prabowo? Indonesia's Aceh hedges its bets

In need of development funding from Jakarta, Aceh's largest political party hedges its bets on presidential vote.

Widodo or Prabowo? Indonesia's Aceh hedges its bets

Indonesia

Are Chinese-Indonesian voters key to Prabowo's election win?

The three million Chinese-Indonesians have long faced discrimination in the country.

Are Chinese-Indonesian voters key to Prabowo's election win?

Human Rights

Indonesian Buddhist woman's blasphemy conviction upheld

Supreme Court backs Meiliana's 18-month jail sentence but her lawyer says she is a 'victim of a hoax'.

Indonesian Buddhist woman's blasphemy conviction upheld

Asia Pacific

Indonesia artists slam bill banning 'negative' foreign influences

Concerned musicians say draft legislation can be used to curb freedom of speech, a claim the government denies.

Indonesia artists slam bill banning 'negative' foreign influences