This book captures the images and voices of 140 women survivors of torture and other forms of violence from Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Myanmar. Based on participatory action research with women survivors, “Enduring Impunity” presents a new approach and knowledge on how women experience impunity in conflict and post-conflict settings in Southeast Asia.
This research was carried out by AJAR, together with women’s organisations in three countries. In Indonesia: Jaringan Perempuan Indonesia Timur (JPIT), Kiprah Perempuan (KIPPER), Lingkar Pemberdayaan Perempuan (LAPPAN), Women’s Legal Aid (LBH Apik) Aceh, and Lembaga Studi dan Advokasi HAM (ELSHAM Papua). In Timor-Leste: Assosiasaun Chega Ba Ita (ACbit). In Myanmar: Women’s Organizations Network (WON), Kachin Women Association Thailand (KWAT) and Karen Women Empowerment Group (KWEG).