Nur Hasyim

peminat kajian maskulinitas, trainer dan fasilitator tentang gender, maskulinitas dan kekerasan serta ayah dari dua anak perempuan. Saat ini menjadi pengajar di Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo, Semarang

Violence Against Women is a Men’s Issue

The sixteen days of activism to eradicate violence against women in Indonesia ended a few weeks ago and there were many activities focussed on raising public awareness of the seriousness of the problem in the lives of Indonesian women and girls. Although the activism had been conducted annually, involved many …

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Men Standing On The Side of Women

Few months ago the Jakarta Post released a photograph showing some young men in mini skirt stood at Bundaran HI (Hotel Indonesia traffic circle) rising awareness on escalation of rape case in the country (The Jakarta Post, 08/04/2013). There were many public responses following the action. On one side, some …

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Not to be Raped or Not to Rape?

Once again, the news on a brutal rape case in Tasikmalaya, West Java has been shaking the nation. An eight-year-old girl was sexually abused by her boy friend and experienced serious injury on her reproductive organ. The news also reported that the Manonjaya resident found her around rail way track …

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Man and Aggression

Recently several news papers in Jakarta reported that there were three young boys killed during the classical match of Indonesian Super League between Persija Jakarta and Persib Bandung in Gelora Bung Karno stadium. It is so sad to read the news, in fact seeing the football match was not an …

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