Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Atur Rubrik Pilihanku
Vibrant Display of Diverse Cultures Across the Archipelago
This year’s Cap Go Meh held lively celebrations across the country. The celebrations seemingly became a display of unity in cultural and ethnic diversity.
“Minus Malum” of the Perppu on Job Creation
Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) No. 2/2022 concerning job creation was issued over a month ago. The House of Representatives, however, has yet to deliberate the regulation.
Joke Tactics ala ”NUtizen”
To counter conservative narratives, @NUgarislucu, chooses satirical communication tactics. Its inspiration comes from jokes at the pesantren, which were formulated into fun and relaxed tweets on social media.
Bringing ASEAN into the “‘Pockets of Citizens”
The majority of the 53 points in the statement of the chair of the ACC and the ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting discuss welfare and the economy. Prosperity is difficult to achieve if the country or region is unstable.
NU to Be More Significantly Present in the Next Century
On 7 February 2023, or 16 Rajab, 1444 according to the Islamic calendar, NU will turn 100 years old. Going into its second century, NU is looking to play a more significant role at the national and global levels.
The Second Century of Nahdlatul Ulama
NU can be transformed into a cool element and give a beautiful color to the politics of the nation and state. Especially in the context of approaching the political years that are already in sight as they are today.
Fulfilling Public Longing in Singkawang
The Cap Go Meh Festival (the 15th day after the Chinese New Year) in Singkawang is not only a magnet for tourists, but it is also recognized as an intangible cultural heritage by the UNESCO.
Syapril Yamin, Keep ‘Gamolan’ Music Resounding
Syapril Yamin dedicates his life to the preservation of the traditional musical instrument of Lampung, South Sumatra. He wants the sound of gamolan music to be heard all the time.
Candlenut Seeds, People’s Eternal Savings in the Boto Forest
For residents in Boto, Lembata regency, East Nusa Tenggara, candlenuts are very valuable. Kemiri, as the local people call it, help farmers meet their daily needs. Farmers can live well thanks to the candlenut.
Trust and the Exchange Rate
Positive policies and projections of the Indonesian economy are the capital to gain investor trust. This, among others, is seen in the rupiah exchange rate.