The Justice Radio
By The Justice Institute
The Justice RadioMar 28, 2022
Episode 09 - Impact Investing: Dahulukan Untung atau Dampak?
In this episode, Ali Alghofiqi talks about impact investment – a progressive business strategy that champions equality between returns and impact. Why do businesses have to care about the societal consequences of hazardous practices? Why do we need to mix the business and the social impact?
Episode 08 - Susahnya Jadi Penyandang Disabilitas di Indonesia
In this episode, Billy Purwocaroko Noeringtyas makes a shocking (even if it’s not so new) revelation: it’s hard to live as a person of disability in Indonesia. The country’s policy has serious flaws, the budget is not well-organised, and as a result, people of disabilities are left behind – jobless, have lack of access to quality education, and can’t be seen as equal amongst society. But he’s optimistic that things can get better, if we do the right thing.
Episode 07 - Akses Keuangan: Sumber Kesejahteraan atau Kesengsaraan?
In this episode, Resya Kania unpacks the Global Findex – the world’s most comprehensive database on financial inclusion in developing economies. It is simply bizarre how some people have way more money than the rest of the population. Some people don’t even have enough to cover basic necessities. But what if everybody has access to finance?. Will the marginalised individuals escape miserable living conditions? If you still don't know the answer, you would want to hear this episode.
Episode 06 - Pendidikan yang Mengekalkan Penindasan
In this episode, Irma Nasution shares her perspectives about Paulo Freire’s critically-acclaimed book “Pedagogy of the Oppressed”. Is our education system truly liberating? How can education produce equality if teaching and its materials are not designed in a way to promote critical consciousness? How can we address poverty if education does not expose us to the socio-economic challenges that exist within our reach? How can schools embed diversity into the curriculum and not just merely for the “cultural projects”?
Episode 05 - Podium untuk Pemberdayaan Perempuan
In this episode, Hylda Damayanti unpacks the myth surrounding women’s empowerment. What a buzzword that is – women’s empowerment. It becomes so excessively used that it has lost its true meaning and intention. Take for instance development initiatives aiming towards achieving women’s empowerment. Instead of helping women achieve their freedom, these actions end up treating women as singular beings all-knowing about entrepreneurialism. Okay, no more buzzwords. Just listen.
Episode 04 - Italia, Cinta, dan Rasisme
In this episode, Muhammad Iqbal Ikhwaanusshafa invites us to the city of Rome, where Nicole Phillip, a then- high school student wanting to spend her junior year abroad — in a city full of love, was confronted with reality that her race determined much of people’s treatment towards her. That the colour of one’s skin, the shape of one’s eyes, or the height of one’s body, collectively formed racist thinking.
Episode 03 - Persepolis dan Titik Temu antara Modernitas, Agama, dan Pluralitas
In this episode, Juni Arina invites us to consider the imperative of finding a meeting point between Modernity, Religion, and Plurality. How on earth did she come to that conclusion? Well, her argument was strengthened by her reading of Persepolis — a graphic novel that was banned in numerous countries because of its vivid portrayal of fundamentalism. There is also a mention of the Taliban’s rise to power in this Episode.
Episode 02 - Little Women, Perempuan Kontemporer, dan Perjuangan Emansipasi
In this episode, Ayu Anastasya Rachman brings us to the Victorian Era in the United States of America, the time when Little Women was conceived and published. This is a discussion about challenging women's subordination, bringing men into feminism, and the intersection between religion and feminism. You do not want to miss this conversation.
Episode 01 - Pengusiran Sistematis Etnis Palestina di tahun 1948
In this episode, Daniel Jeremia returns to the past to understand what happened in Palestine, 1948. A discussion that revolves around nationalism, ideology, knowledge, and power.