Author: Katreena Bacatan

Katreena Bacatan is a 3rd year Journalism and Arts student in the University of Queensland. In Indonesia, she hopes to discover stories that have a significant marker on the country, especially in relation to women and the environment. Looking forward, Katreena hopes to write stories about developing countries and Asian ethnic communities.

Perempuan: Domestic violence activism in Indonesia

Katreena Bacatan- May 2, 2017

Gendered violence and violence against women is a systemic problem all around the world. (more…) Read More

A Choice: Wearing the Hijab in Indonesia

Katreena Bacatan- April 21, 2017

Debate about the hijab in Christian majority Australia has grown heated throughout the years and raised questions of safety, race, and religion. However, in Indonesia, ... Read More

Practicing Diversity: Celebrating Easter in Indonesia

Katreena Bacatan- April 17, 2017

The national celebration of Easter in Indonesia is a symbol of the country’s commitment to its belief in "Unity in Diversity" despite recent racial and ... Read More