Working Paper

13 April 2021 | 09.14 WIB

Macron, France And Coradicalization. How To Respond?

President Macron's speech on 2 and 21 October 2020 spawned a wave of protests in a number of countries, including Indonesia. Apart from protests and condemnations, protests in Indonesia called for a boycott of French products. Among the speeches of the founder of the En… | More

31 March 2021 | 20.38 WIB

After The Issuance Of The Presidential Decree RAN PE? Reflection On The Role Of Civil Society In Indonesia

The NAP PE is a derivative regulation of Law no. 5 of 2018, revision of the 2003 Law, concerning the eradication of criminal acts of terrorism. Chapter 7A of the Law discusses prevention, which consists of national preparedness, counter-radicalization and deradicalization. Preparedness includes the readiness… | More

28 January 2021 | 18.11 WIB

Institutionalizatin Of The Concept Of The Violent Extremism In Counterterrorism Policies In Indonesia

This Study Report is the result of a limited discussion between the Wahid Foundation and the Civil Society Network. This report intends to describe the institutionalization of the VE concept in regulations in Indonesia which has been a challenge so far. More than that, the… | More

10 June 2020 | 19.29 WIB

The Asean Magazine Issue May 2020

Asean Magazine is a magazine that provides complete news summaries and major developments in ASEAN countries, which have never been covered by any publications on the last 40 years of Southeast Asian history. In the May 2020 edition, the Asean Magazine covered the peace village… | More

19 March 2020 | 14.04 WIB

A Practical Implementation Guide BLK TANGTINK; Resilient, Tolerant, Inclusive

The guide was developed from the results collected during the workshop on Youth Inclusion, Skill Development, and Manpower Facilitation in South and Southeast Asia: Capacity Building of Technical and Vocational Training Institutes (BLK) in Indonesia.This workshop was organized in cooperation with the United Nations Oce… | More

18 March 2020 | 05.38 WIB

The Standar Operating Procedurs Of 9 Indicators For Peace Villagel/Kelurahans; An Initiatiave To Build Community Resilience And Social Cohesion In Preventing Intolerance And Radicalism

The Wahid Foundation through the Women's Participation for Inclusive Society (WISE) program together with women's groups and village/kelurahan government officials formulated 9 indicators for Peace Villages/Kelurahans. These indicators are expected to assist villages/kelurahans to measure their progress in establishing Peace Villages/Kelurahans, where conflicts and the… | More

07 August 2019 | 11.12 WIB


By: Alamsyah M. Dja'far Prepared for the Meeting and Visit by United Nations Counter Terrorism Executive Directorate (UNCTED), 15-17 July 2019. In 2016, the Wahid Foundation compiled an organizational document on intolerance and radicalism. It covers the main factors that influence intolerance and radicalism, from… | More

03 February 2019 | 16.53 WIB

Southeast Asia: The Role Of Women In The Prevention Of Islamist Radicalization And Violent Extremism

In Southeast Asia, Islamist radicalization is mainly rooted in ethno-nationalist grounds and presents an enduring threat to security and safety, as well as socio-economic, political and societal development Indonesia and Malaysia are most affected by Islamic radicalization and recruitment of radical Islamists and will therefore… | More

03 February 2019 | 16.39 WIB

Public Consultation Report On National Action Plan For The Prevention Of Violent Extremism (RAN PE)

That day, Thursday (19/7), the Wahid Foundation in collaboration with the Directorate of Multilateral Regional Cooperation Deputy for International Cooperation at BNPT held a Public Consultation with Civil Society Organisations on the National Action Plan for Combating Violent Extremism that Leads to Terrorism (Rencana Aksi… | More

21 January 2019 | 08.42 WIB

Understanding Intolerance And Radicalism

By Alamsyah Dja'far   Intolerance and radicalism can be seen as different things, but are often treated as the same. Intolerance is generally a gateway to violent radicalism. Acts of intolerance generally does not use violence, while radicalism does. In this pointer Alamsyah M Dja’far… | More