The “Lingkungan Sekitarku” (My Neighbourhood) virtual exhibition showcases works of art from young people participants of Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP). The art works voice opinions, reflections and hopes the young people expressed through collage-making. The exhibition is expected to open dialogues about young people, environment, and hope for better conditions.
The story in this comic is inspired by the problem of Tawuran (street brawls) found in a sub-district in DKI Jakarta as identified by young participants.
The JANGAN (Don’t) comic booklet was created by MAP young researchers, based on the social problem analysis conducted by Children’s Forum of Cipinang Besar Utara in Jakarta. The young researchers represent five CSOs as MAP Indonesia partners: Children’s Forum of Cipinang Besar Utara, Children’s Forum of Cipinang Besar Selatan, Children’s Forum of Pademangan Barat, Red Nose Foundation, and Bina Matahari Bangsa Foundation. Illustrations for this comic booklet was co-created with Vina Puspita (MAP doctoral researcher).
MAP young researchers in Indonesia created a short film to address the problem of stigma towards victims of sexual violence . The film is a research tool to create dialogue with community members about stigma and the causes of sexual violence.