Welcome to HBS Southeast Asia
Cement and The Kendeng Mountains
Podcast | Our Voices, Our Choices
This series hands the microphone to people whose voices don’t often get heard - people now making choices which don’t conform to laws or customs - or whose views have long been disregarded, even censored. Its about communities fighting for basic human rights and its about the diverse tools of their struggles. We discover how women are securing their rights through political protest, we look in detail at women’s reproductive rights and we go into LGBT communities worldwide.
The UDHR and Migrant Workers Rights in ASEAN - Jolovan Wham
The UDHR and Human Rights in ASEAN - Dr. Dinna Wisnu
The UDHR and Democracy in ASEAN - Dr. Naruemon Thambhumpon
The UDHR and LGBTI Rights in ASEAN - Dr. Dédé Oetomo
Articles on 70 Years of UDHR
ASEAN explained in 5 Minutes
50 Years of ASEAN - Still Waiting for Social and Ecological Justice
Within 50 years of existence, ASEAN has made progress on environmental policies – at least on paper. On the ground, paradigms around economic development and growth still shape realities of the people who find it literally harder and harder to breathe.
Forest fires and the haze, daily traffic routines and large-scale industry make the extent of environmental damage in Southeast Asia visible. In this podcast series, we look behind ASEAN´s promises to be sustainable and people-oriented and find that the institution still falls short of social and ecological justice.