Entries by rumahkitab

Why we’ve created new language for coronavirus

From ‘covidiots’ to ‘quarantine and chill’, the pandemic has led to many terms that help people laugh and commiserate.   Throughout history, challenging circumstances have given rise to new ways of expressing those challenges. George Eliot, the 19th Century writer who was famously frustrated by rigid gender and lifestyle norms, is credited with the first […]

Hard times for pesantren facing Covid-19

As Indonesia began the new school year this month, face-to-face classes were still on hold. Most primary and secondary students in the public system are still required to join lessons online.   No in-depth research has been done on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on educational institutions in Indonesia but it is likely that […]

Strengthening Religious Narratives in Support of Women’s Right to Work

On Thursday, 6 August 2020, Rumah KitaB, with support from Investing in Women (IW), an initiative of the Australian Government, held an online workshop with the theme “Gender, Islam, and Economic Empowerment of Women.” The purpose of the workshop was to inform foundational research for and the design of IW-backed campaigns for influencing gender norms […]

Research Monograph on Child Marriage Series 6: In Shackles of Tradition and Disguised Relationship: A Case Study of Child Marriage in Banten (Monografi Penelitian Perkawinan Anak Seri 6: Dalam Belenggu Tradisi dan Kerja Relasi Tersamar: Studi Kasus Kawin Anak di Banten)

Judul Dalam Belenggu Tradisi dan Kerja Relasi Tersamar: Studi Kasus Kawin Anak di Banten Penulis Mukti Ali Editor Lies Marcoes Penerbit Yayasan Rumah Kita Bersama Tahun 2016