Indonesia: Silencing voices, suppressing criticism: The decline in Indonesia’s civil liberties

Indonesia’s civil liberties have come increasingly under threat over the past few years. In carrying out their legitimate activities to promote human rights, human rights activists and human rights organizations face threats and attacks, either directly or in the digital sphere. This report highlights recent repressive tendencies in Indonesia and exposes how the space for civil society in Indonesia has shrunk as a result of an ongoing assault on the rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly, association, personal security and freedom from arbitrary detention.

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