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  • Organisation

    Pamflet is a youth-led organisation established to encourage and strengthen youth to participate in the process of social movement, by providing information and knowledge about activism and human rights. With three core divisions: youth studies, youth movement, youth activism, Pamflet works to strengthen youth’s access to information, resources, and network related to human rights; to encourage local youth initiatives (individual/collective) in different areas in Indonesia through activities such as research, capacity building, training, creative campaigning, and publication. The organisation is registered as an association and consists of a number of young people under 35 years from diverse educational background and experience, i.e. communication studies, sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy, and public health. Such diversity enriches and enables Pamflet to work in a multidiciplinary manner. With a relatively small organisational structure, Pamflet conducts each activity by networking with other organisations effectively. Pamflet is also involved in several civil society networks and coalitions, i.e. SEPERLIMA (Seputar Hak Kesehatan Reproduksi dan Seksualitas Remaja), a coalition that aims to strengthen youth’s access to information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (2013-2015). Since 2015, Pamflet is also involved in Public Education taskforce of Coalition for Justice and Truth Revelation, a coalition that advocates for past human rights violations in Indonesia.

    • Organisation

      Pamflet is a youth-led organisation established to encourage and strengthen youth to participate in the process of social movement, by providing information and knowledge about activism and human rights. With three core divisions: youth studies, youth movement, youth activism, Pamflet works to strengthen youth’s access to information, resources, and network related to human rights; to encourage local youth initiatives (individual/collective) in different areas in Indonesia through activities such as research, capacity building, training, creative campaigning, and publication. The organisation is registered as an association and consists of a number of young people under 35 years from diverse educational background and experience, i.e. communication studies, sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy, and public health. Such diversity enriches and enables Pamflet to work in a multidiciplinary manner. With a relatively small organisational structure, Pamflet conducts each activity by networking with other organisations effectively. Pamflet is also involved in several civil society networks and coalitions, i.e. SEPERLIMA (Seputar Hak Kesehatan Reproduksi dan Seksualitas Remaja), a coalition that aims to strengthen youth’s access to information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (2013-2015). Since 2015, Pamflet is also involved in Public Education taskforce of Coalition for Justice and Truth Revelation, a coalition that advocates for past human rights violations in Indonesia.

    • Project

      The Voice-funded project is a collaborative work between Pamflet, Gerkatin Kepemudaan (Gerakan untuk Kesejahteraan Tunarungu Indonesia Kepemudaan or Indonesian Deaf Youth’s Welfare Movement), and Sedap Films that aims to strengthen the storytelling capacity of deaf youth to articulate their stories as youth with heterogenous identities and diverse problems, as well as to raise issues of inclusivity from deaf youth’s perspectives and daily narratives. The storytelling capacity is chosen as an entry point for this collaboration due to communication difficulties and lack of capability to create media contents as major barriers perceived by deaf youth activists to be visible in public, and to meaningfully engage in campaign and advocacy activities. By collaborative learning processes through video blogging (vlog) workshop, website development and film production, and road show, Pamflet wishes to strengthen deaf youth capacities to plan, organise and conduct their activities as youth groups adeptly, as well as to increase their ability to campaign and advocate their needs to the local government and stakeholders.

  • Project

    The Voice-funded project is a collaborative work between Pamflet, Gerkatin Kepemudaan (Gerakan untuk Kesejahteraan Tunarungu Indonesia Kepemudaan or Indonesian Deaf Youth’s Welfare Movement), and Sedap Films that aims to strengthen the storytelling capacity of deaf youth to articulate their stories as youth with heterogenous identities and diverse problems, as well as to raise issues of inclusivity from deaf youth’s perspectives and daily narratives. The storytelling capacity is chosen as an entry point for this collaboration due to communication difficulties and lack of capability to create media contents as major barriers perceived by deaf youth activists to be visible in public, and to meaningfully engage in campaign and advocacy activities. By collaborative learning processes through video blogging (vlog) workshop, website development and film production, and road show, Pamflet wishes to strengthen deaf youth capacities to plan, organise and conduct their activities as youth groups adeptly, as well as to increase their ability to campaign and advocate their needs to the local government and stakeholders.

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