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The Impact of Sexual Violence against Jugun Ianfu after the Japanese Occupation in Indonesia

The term Jugun Ianfu refers to those women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers’ sexual need at ianjo or comfort stations, or other places during Asia Pacific War in 1931-1945. The sexual slavery system was created by the Japanese military in the areas of their occupation and part of the Japanese logistic and war strategy during Asia Pacific War 1931-1945. PrefaceWhen Japanese military was defeated in 1945, and most of important Japanese…See More
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Gender and the Triangle of Violence : Who was the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu (Comfort Women)

This paper is analyzing who was the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu in the perspective of gender and and violence. The paper also describes how does gender (issue) associated with the triangle of violence (Johan Galtung) - cultural, structural and direct violence brought the Indonesian girls and women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers'sexual desire during Asia Pacific War in 1942-1945.Formers Jugun Ianfu (comfort women) testimonies - verbal and…See More
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Seeking Justice for the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu through Personal Narrative Taught by Second Person

IntroductionThe term Jugun Ianfu refers to those women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers’ sexual need at ianjo or comfort stations (Yoshimi 2000; AWHRC 1998; WCCW 1998; WCCW 2000; Ikeda in Tsujimura 2007; Schmidt 2000), or other places during Asia Pacific War in 1931-1945. The sexual slavery system was created by the Japanese military in the areas of their occupation and part of the Japanese logistic and war strategy during Asia Pacific War…See More
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A Recommendation: Truth-Telling as a Foundation for Reconciliation for the Jugun Ianfu in Indonesia

Peace is not merely the absence of war (direct violence), but also with the absence of structural and cultural violence (Johan Galtung)Formers Jugun Ianfu were not only experienced in direct violence, such as: sexual violence; slapping; kicking; etc, but also cultural violence, such as: patriarchy value, and structural violence, such as: cheated by Japanese military that they will have good jobs and scholarships. In the context of psychology, they have been feeling fear, shame; feeling hatred…See More
Apr 5, 2012
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Former Prime Minister Nakasone had built "comfort stations" in Balikpapan, Kalimantan, Indonesia

 Researchers finally found official documents that prove former Prime Minister Nakasone had built "comfort stations" in Balikpapan, kalimantan, Indonesia. On November 1, 2011, the Asahi Shimbun reported on the October 27th disclosure by the Grass Roots House Peace Museum (http://ha1.seikyou.ne.jp/home/Shigeo.Nishimori/english/) of…See More
Nov 25, 2011
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Recognizing, the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu Survivors need for Truth-Telling

Jugun Ianfu or Comfort Women refers to those women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers’ sexual need at ianjo or comfort stations (Yoshimi 2000; AWHRC 1998; WCCW 1998; WCCW 2000; Ikeda in Tsujimura 2007; Hindra & Kimura 2007; Schmidt 2000), or other places such as such as barracks, high rank officer’s houses and victim’s houses during Asia Pacific War in 1931-1945. The sexual slavery system was created by the Japanese military in the areas…See More
Nov 10, 2011
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Political Symbolism of Names for Women who were Forced to Serve Japanese Military and Civil Sexuality

Up to now, there is still no agreement and provisions about the standard concerning about naming the women. The dynamic of naming the women are coming from each party who have interested on this issue, both individual (survivors) and agencies (advocators, supporters, government or non-government) had different perspectives about the Jugun Ianfu’s issue. Competing on symbolism of naming the women “are crucial if an interested party is to frame the Jugun Ianfu issue to its own political…See More
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Jugun Ianfu - They are not Prostitutes, Japanese's Mistress, Concubine, Geisha or Nyai

 In this section, I would like to discuss the differences between the Jugun Ianfu, Mistress, concubine, geisha and “Nyai”. It is important to clarify who the Jugun Ianfu is, in order to understand that the formers Jugun Ianfu are one of Asia Pacific War’s victims as sexual slavery, which has rights to gain their justice.In Indonesian community, the understanding about Jugun Ianfu is still being debate because of different points of view in looking at these problems, and a lack of understanding…See More
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Indri was born in Jakarta but raised in various places on the island of Java. This valuable opportunity exposed her to different cultures, allowing her to develop knowledge and sensitivity towards humanitarian and environmental issues in Indonesia. Indri graduated from the International Relations Department of the Indonesia Christian University in Jakarta, in 2003. Indri completed her Master Degree in Peace Studies majoring Public Administration at International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan, in Program of Rotary World Peace Fellow 2009-210. In addition to studying at ICU, Indri is also completing her Masters in Peace and Conflict Resolution at Gadjah Mada University in Jogjakarta, Indonesia.

Indri serves as coordinator of the Indonesia Community Center in Jogjakarta, Indonesia. This community has a vision and mission to support peace through popular educational initiatives including waste management awareness raising, community gardening and animal rescue.

Indri has worked as a social worker and independent volunteer in education for peace and humanitarian causes since 1996. She has successfully carried out various projects with a primary emphasis on the promotion of peace and human security (Freedom from Fear/ Freedom from Want). This has included assisting at a retirement home and facility for handicapped children in Kiyose, Tokyo, working with a charity program to raise funds from collecting used school books and selling them at low cost, and organizing educational projects for children in the Mentawai Islands off Sumatra as well as in West Java and Jakarta. In 2006 she successfully organized aid distribution for Jogjakarta earthquake victims. Indri has also successfully organized peace activities for children in Jogjakarta as part of a collaboration between the Indonesia Community Center, the Funabashi Rotary Club, District 2790 and the Mataram Rotary Club, District 3400.

Indri¹s current research interest focuses on the possible reconciliation processes for surviving World War II (Pacific War) Jugun Ianfu in Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia. Indri writes about "Truth-telling as a Foundation for Reconciliation for the Jugun Ianfu in Indonesia" for her Master Thesis at International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan.

Her future plan is to work for the betterment of the Indonesian community, particularly at the grassroots level, reducing and managing social grievances through the promotion of peace education whilst remaining actively involved in the development of national and international peace networks.

During her Applied Field Experience (AFE), Indri sought out experiences related to truth-telling as part of her effort to understand necessary foundation for reconciliation after wartime. In 2010, Indri worked for her AFE at House of Sharing, South Korea, from August-September. She then moved to the Philippines until October to work with Lila Pilipina. In addition to her work in South Korea and the Philippine, Indri conducted field research for her thesis in Indonesia.

After she graduated from Rotary Peace Center at ICU, Tokyo, Japan in June 2011, Indri went back to Indonesia and continuing her serves as coordinator of the Indonesia Community Center. Indri is also working as lecturer and staff researcher at the Indonesia Christian University and continuing her research on the Jugun Ianfu issue, specifically in Indonesia.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Indonesia : Jakarta, Bandung-plered (West Java), Jogjakarta (center Java), Kediri (East Java), Mentawai Island (West Sumatera).

Tokyo, Japan
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Indonesia
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Now, I am studying in International Christian University majoring Public Adminsitration, and still completing my masters in Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta, Indonesia for Program In Peace and Conflict Resolution. Now, I am independent social worker and volunteer in Enviroment field.
How many years professional experience do you have ?
3-5
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://www.yahoo.com
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Indonesian, Japanese, Malay
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Education, Human Rights
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Research
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
1. Now, I am doing a research about Managing the Reconciliation Effort for the Victims in Asia Pacific Region, Case Study on Jugun Ianfu in Indonesia 1991-2007

2. With the other volunteers, I joint the animal rescue and socialiated the global warming
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
1. Baduy’s Tour and Research, Fisipol, UKI
Analysis “Perjalanan ke Baduy”, by Indri Hapsari Mustika Dewi, edited by Setiawan (majoring Social Economic in IPB, for GRAWIDA IPB tabloid 3th edition 2003)
2. Building Local Capacities for Peace : Seeking Peace for Burma
3. Carok Tradition in Madura : A Tolerance Violence
4. Peace Building Proposal - Srilanka Conflict
Dear friends,
I will complete my blogs as soon as I arrive in Japan.
I am looking forward to hearing our knowledgement.
Thank you

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Gender and the Triangle of Violence : Who was the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu (Comfort Women)

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This paper is analyzing who was the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu in the perspective of gender and and violence. The paper also describes how does gender (issue) associated with the triangle of violence (Johan Galtung) - cultural, structural and direct violence brought the Indonesian girls and women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers'sexual desire during Asia Pacific War in 1942-1945.

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Seeking Justice for the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu through Personal Narrative Taught by Second Person

Posted on February 18, 2014 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Introduction

The term Jugun Ianfu refers to those women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers’ sexual need at ianjo or comfort stations (Yoshimi 2000; AWHRC 1998; WCCW 1998; WCCW 2000; Ikeda in Tsujimura 2007; Schmidt 2000), or other places during Asia Pacific War in 1931-1945. The sexual slavery system was created by the Japanese military in the areas of their…

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A Recommendation: Truth-Telling as a Foundation for Reconciliation for the Jugun Ianfu in Indonesia

Posted on April 5, 2012 at 5:30am 0 Comments



Peace is not merely the absence of war (direct violence), but also with the absence of structural and cultural violence (Johan Galtung)

Formers Jugun Ianfu were not only experienced in direct violence, such as: sexual violence; slapping; kicking; etc, but also cultural violence, such as: patriarchy value, and structural violence,…

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Former Prime Minister Nakasone had built "comfort stations" in Balikpapan, Kalimantan, Indonesia

Posted on November 25, 2011 at 5:30am 0 Comments

 

Researchers finally found official documents that prove former Prime Minister Nakasone had built "comfort stations" in Balikpapan, kalimantan, Indonesia.

 

On November 1, 2011, the Asahi Shimbun reported on the October 27th

disclosure by the Grass Roots House Peace Museum

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Recognizing, the Indonesian Jugun Ianfu Survivors need for Truth-Telling

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Jugun Ianfu or Comfort Women refers to those women who were forced into sexual slavery to fulfill the Japanese military and civil officers’ sexual need at ianjo or comfort stations (Yoshimi 2000; AWHRC 1998; WCCW 1998; WCCW 2000; Ikeda in Tsujimura 2007; Hindra & Kimura 2007; Schmidt 2000), or other places such as such as barracks, high rank officer’s houses and victim’s houses during Asia Pacific War in 1931-1945. The sexual…

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At 11:52am on March 18, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

nice to meet you at peace network

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At 9:10pm on May 19, 2009, Bobichand Rajkumar said…
Dear Indri,
Thank you very much indeed for your message. I am glad to know that you joined Global Campus Programme in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
I look forward to reading your blogs soon.

Warm rgeards,
Bobichand
At 5:51pm on May 18, 2009, JW. Nugroho Joshua said…
Welcome To Network. Lets us strengthen our efforts for better world.
 
 
 

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