Unduh Policy Brief Data yang diterbitkan Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia (WHO) bertajuk “World Report Disability” tahun 2011 menyebutkan, hampir 15 persen dari populasi dunia memiliki disabilitas. Dari jumlah tersebut, sekitar 2-4 persen memiliki tingkat disabilitas berat dan hampir 11 persen penyandang disabilitas lainnya memerlukan alat pendukung dan sarana yang aksesibel untuk berpartisipasi secara setara di ruang […]
Indonesian students with disability are challenged by inadequate support and lack of accessible teaching and learning facilities. Photo by Tommy Kristiawan Permadi. Indonesia has made good progress towards increasing enrolment in higher education but it still has a long way to go to improve equity – especially for people with disability. Stigma, physical barriers and a […]
Contrary to popular Western belief, the Indonesia Islamic education system and its schooling institutions have remained an important counter institution to processes of colonisation, while adopting elements of western education system. Emerging in the late nineteenth century in a form of traditional institution known as Pesantren in Java and Kalimantan, Dayah in Aceh and Surau in West Sumatra, they provided a […]
December 3 has become a day of action and celebration for furthering the rights of people with disabilities around the world. An Indonesia-Australia collaboration has looked into whether Indonesian schools, including Islamic institutions, open their doors to disabled people.