The Indonesian women’s movement has a long history, crossing a diversity of religions and ideologies. Muslim women are no exception. With different ideological backgrounds and political affiliations, Muslim women also fight for equality for Indonesian women: in their roles, struggles, and thoughts. The film Three Voices raises the voices of three Muslim women from three different religious organizations representing various perspectives on women’s issues, one of which is the Draft Law on the Elimination of Sexual Violence (PKS), which is now the Draft Bill on Sexual Crimes (TPKS).

Three Voices (36 minutes) is part of the “Indonesian Pluralities” series, a collaborative work between the Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS) UGM, WatchdoC Documentary, and Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University; with support from the Henry Luce Foundation.

Executive Producers: Andhy Panca Kurniawan, Dandhy Dwi Laksono | Senior Producers:  Robert W. Hefner, Zainal Abidin Bagir | Director: Ari Trismana | Lead Researcher: Samsul Maarif

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