Muhammad Ikram Afif
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SMA Kharisma Bangsa Tangerang Selatan
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Cities, Culture, Environment, Ethics, Human Rights, Innovation, Science, Sustainability, Technology, Youth
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I'm currently a student in Indonesia with a lot of ideas but have no idea how to share. Hopefully, i can gain my knowledges through Global Ethics Network and can build greater connections with the world.

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To Face the Antithesis of Sceptism

Posted on October 27, 2014 at 9:31am 0 Comments

       Indonesia had been already welcomed the new 7th President, Mr. Joko Widodo with Mr. Jusuf Kalla as the vice president. They would face so many problems or maybe could be called as obstacles including human rights issues, economic development (marked with the preparation of ASEAN Economic Community 2015), corruption, and more. It's of course not an easy but struggling tasks. They should be able to deal with time because what people in this nation will look is how fast they can solve…

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