Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Politics of “Shared Space”
Public life cannot be built healthily if narcissism continues to grow in society. We need to break through narrow and exclusive bubbles and build bridges that can connect all groups in “shared space.”
Meritocracy for the Republic
We have reached the peak of hypocrisy in the administration of the state. It is time for all of us, especially leaders, to have to improve ourselves totally and honestly – now or never!
Championing the “Losers”
There are groups of people who will always lose to the law, because the law operates in a formal setting that requires legal status and documentation.
If we see Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and Muhammadiyah as representatives of Muslims in Indonesia, we can say the pattern of sociality developing among the Muslim population is conducive to upholding democracy.
As a political system, democracy is not something that is eternal or permanent. Democracy can die, and its death is generally caused by either its own people, or by outsiders.
Sukarno-Hatta and Indonesia Today
Human development with focus on education, health and work is the main determinant for the success of leaders, not only in realizing Indonesian dreams entrusted by Sukarno-Hatta, but also in welcoming Indonesia Gold 2045
Terms of Office, Mathematics, and Medium of Exchange
The current political elite of Indonesia has not changed since the reform movement 25 years ago. Organizations from the villages to the state need a rotation of power.
Avoiding Political Polarization
Now we are entering the era of open politics. However, each political era creates its own complications and problems. There is no “political paradise” on earth.
For some people, power may be pleasurable so they want it to be extended. In fact, the actual enjoyment is in how to leave that seat of power well with a legacy that benefits all people, the nation and the state.
Collecting the Promises of the Republic
The gap has a bad impact on all, not just the common people, but also the rich. Severe gaps can tear the ties of humanitarian, religious and national bonds.