Merebut Kewarganegaraan Inklusif
Topic: Power, Prosperity, and Democracy
Writer: Patchouli Hamid
The dominance of discussions about citizenship today has gone further than just the relationship between rights and obligations. The concept of citizenship now has to face various criticisms that arise along with social, cultural and economic dynamics in the postmodern global era.
In Indonesia, the fulfillment of citizens’ rights has always been interpreted in the corridor of economic redistribution, so that the forms of demands that often arise are regarding unfair redistribution and the emergence of social classes. The need to redefine citizenship in Indonesia occurs as a result of a paradigm shift from the issue of economic injustice to an issue of citizen identity-based injustice.