Established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration) by the Founding Fathers of ASEAN, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
A brave and defiant journalist that championed press freedom in Indonesia, making it a cornerstone of his country’s new democratic edifice
Abandoned law school to become an underground labor organizer, dedicating her life to working for reforms that benefit Indonesia’s workers
One of Indonesia's largest charitable organizations that has expanded and redefined the transformative power of "zakat" (charity)
Indonesia’s outstanding nature advocate, who as commissioner of Jakarta’s zoological center designed a sanctuary to help educate people about the value of the unique wildlife of the country
A cleric, teacher, community worker, and social entrepreneur who has introduced modernizing innovations in education, environmental preservation, and civic engagement
Better known as HB Jassin, was an Indonesian literary critic, documentarian, and professor
An Indonesian doctor who organized and directed a national yaws control program wherein 55 million Indonesians were examined and more than half of the estimated 12 million cases of yaws were cured.
A fiercely independent Indonesian government body that serves as a symbol of hope and reform with the conviction to eradicate corruption – an extraordinary problem that needs to be tackled by extraordinary means
Editor-in-Chief and part owner of Indonesia Raya who fought against government corruption, the violation of civil liberties by the military and against the inroads of totalitarianism in his country.