Publication: For a human rights network to emerge in the context of closing civic space, rising religious fundamentalism, and violence is no small feat. How did FAMM, a network of 350 young Indonesian women, representing rural, urban, indigenous, Muslim, Christian, and LBTI groups, achieve this? What lessons can be drawn from their experience to guide defenders in other contexts? Find out in Solidarity, Safety and Power.
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Author: JASS and Jethro Pettit