The WIC Charity Bazaar was held once again at the Jakarta Convention Center. Opened by the First Lady of Indonesia, Iriana Joko Widodo, the bazaar was filled with stalls from several embassies as well as local craft makers.
I Want to Smell The Perfume is a Jakarta-based social enterprise which combines positive social impact and environmental impact by actively partaking in women empowerment and reducing single-use plastic bag waste and marine debris
Taking place on 7 – 8 November at the ASEAN Secretariat, the ASEAN Women’s Circle (AWC) of Jakarta Bazaar 2019 was successfully held.
The BWA held their annual fundraising charity ball on 4 May 2019 and The RIO Club have been proud Platinum Sponsors of the British Women’s Association of Jakarta since 2015
New Figure at the helm of British Women’s Association and ASEAN Women’s Circle.
BritCham’s Professional Women’s Group held a special event just for women entitled “The Power of Storytelling” – for your brand and business.
Cultural programme highlights contribution of women in today’s society.
The British Embassy observed International Women’s Day by inviting four women speakers from different social backgrounds.
The exhibition “Into the Future” at National Gallery was a collective statement on women in the 21st century.
The hotel honoured women by creating special events and services, focused on women, features wellness, fitness and nutrition retreats.
The hotel celebrates International Women’s Day with a range of special offers for women and welcomes its new Sunday Brunch.
A contemporary play on Javanese folklore, directed by, produced by and starring women, tackles issues of patriarchy and subservience among Javanese women.
The Goethe-Institut brought together cultural practitioners from multinationals in an event that celebrated women’s contributions to culture.
Named among BBC “100 Women of 2018” list, Indonesian Comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf uses comedy as a way to challenge Islamic extremism and violence against women.
Women continue to tackle the gender barrier. What can be done to address this issue?
The organisation aims to generate resources through fund-raising and partnerships and use those funds to make an impact on the larger society.
In addition to showcasing designers’ recent collections, it has drawn awareness to issues regarding individuals with disabilities and also women’s health.
Professional Women’s Group hosted a huge player in beauty industry, L’Oréal Indonesia, supported by The British Chamber of Commerce.
A social enterprise, Rumah Tenunkoe, helps weavers find the right market for woven textile products by building collective ownership and entrepreneurship.
Burgreens is an organic plant-based eatery and caterer that shows how healthy food can be delicious which has mission to empower women and farmers.
Yayasan Biji Sesawi recently organised an Iftar gathering for underprivileged women and children in Jakarta.
The long running tradition of an Annual Ball to raise funds for BWA’s social welfare projects continued this year
AWA members visited one of the projects they have helped sponsor, Sekolah Kami, a school for children of trash pickers on the outskirts of Jakarta.
Women gathered at Art and culture presentation ‘Denting Canting‘ to discuss about Indonesian luminary, Kartini’s, favourite batik, Indonesia’s heritage.
Womenesia is a service club at the Jakarta Intercultural School that works to empower women in Jakarta by providing them with skills and markets.
Noticing that the women in the Flores community were adept at weaving daun lontar (palm leaves), Hanna Keraf and her friends established, in 2014, Du’Anyam (mothers weaving).