Indonesian Feminist Journal Vol.2
This issue will address the degree of order, stability and predictability of the reformation era under SBY presidency: how is Indonesia governed in the absence of gender perspectives? How does this system engage with our existential problems such as climate change, natural & human-made disasters, economic gaps & dispossessions? IFJ seeks to answer such questions entailing the Indonesia general election in April and presidential election in July 2014. Gender gaps always lie on the heart of national governance viewed from the following dimensions; knowledge gaps, normative gaps, policy gaps, and institutional gaps. So-called ‘gap’ helps us as conceptual devices that allows analysis as well as criticism of the current order, stability and predictability in the national governance so that failures can be identified.