Women and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia

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Afrianty, Dina. (2019). Women and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia. Women in Islam: S I H A journal. (4), pp. 72-75.
AuthorsAfrianty, Dina
Abstract

In this article, Dr. Dina Afrianty analyses how both global and local Islamic voices are being increasingly channelled into democratic politics. In a context where Indonesian women are underrepresented in politics, she highlights the need to lead the battle for equality on several fronts by influencing both political processes and the forms in which Islam is expressed in public forums.

KeywordsIndonesia; women; Islam; equality
Year01 Jan 2019
JournalWomen in Islam: S I H A journal
Journal citation(4), pp. 72-75
PublisherStrategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa
ISSN2311-4142
Web address (URL)https://www.womeninislamjournal.com/english/2022/02/14/women-and-islam-in-contemporary-indonesia/
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Research or scholarlyResearch
Page range72-75
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Online14 Feb 2022
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Accepted2019
Deposited08 Jul 2024
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