Indonesia: shifting power from top-down to a shared process

Green Federations / National Parties: 

Shifting the source of power from a top-down leadership to a shared process of co-sensing and co-shaping the new

Bojonegoro, East Java, Indonesia 

(Scharmer, O. (2013). Leading From The Emerging Future: From Ego-System To Eco-System Economies. San Francisco: Berrett Koehler Publishers, 198-201)

Celebrating The Indonesia Green Party's (Sarekat Hijau Indonesia) inauguration!

The Asia Pacific Greens Network celebrates The Indonesia Green Party's (Sarekat Hijau Indonesia) inauguration on June 5, 2012 in Bandung, Indonesia!

The Indonesia Green Party joins the world’s fastest growing political family - the Greens - and as an official member of the Global Greens and Asia Pacific Greens Network (APGN) The Indonesia Green Party is founded on the principles of: 



Australian Greens Senator and spokesperson on West Papua, Richard Di Natale, is calling on the Australian government to suspend military cooperation with Indonesia.

Last night the Indonesian military (TNI) opened fire on the third West Papuan People’s Congress, arrested community leaders and hundreds more. There are reports from a single witness of nine delegates shot while trying to flee.

“This is the latest in a series of escalating acts of repression by the Indonesian military in West Papua,” said Senator Di Natale.

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