Journey for Indikator Magazine 50 Lembaga Pers Mahasiswa (LPM) Indikator

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Lembaga Pers Mahasiswa (LPM) Indikator will take trips to several cities in order to fulfill the necessity of publishing Indikator Magazine the 50th edition. Indikator Magazine consists of 4 big reports named Laporan Utama, Laporan Khusus, Neraca Budaya, and Diskusi Ahli Indikator. LPM Indikator needs to meet credible and competent interviewees in order to maintain the quality of Indikator Magazine. The interviewees not necessarily live in Malang. Therefore, the scheduled journey is needed.

Journey for Indikator Magazine 50 will be held from March 18 until August 18, 2018. All members of LPM Indikator are registered as Reporter Staff and can be included in journey for doing reportage for Indikator Magazine. But, the person in charge for concerned rubric have more responsibility to do the reportage.

Journey for this magazine will be done by searching and deciding credible interviewees for each report. For Indikator Magazine 50, Laporan Utama will bring up the issues and problems of salt by society in Indonesia. Interviewees for Laporan Utama including academics, Ministry of Marine and Fishery, middleman, salt farmers, and Association of Salt Farmer Society who are domiciled in Malang, Surabaya, Jakarta, and Bogor.

Then, Laporan Khusus will bring up the issues of violence towards children and women. The interviewees including Women’s Crisis Center, Unit of Protection towards Women and Children, Center of Integrated Service for Women and Children, and victims of violence towards women and children. Interviewees are in Malang, Surabaya, Jakarta, and Bandung. Neraca Budaya brings up the issue of folk theater art. Interviewees for this report including Tourism Government Office, humanist, artist of ludruk, artist of ketoprak, artist of lenong, and the audience of folk theater art who live in Surabaya, Solo, Yogyakarta, and Jakarta.

Meanwhile, Diskusi Ahli Indikator will bring up the debate of settings of foreign workers in Indonesia. The interviewees for this report including academics, APINDO, KADIN, and Legal Aid of Surabaya who domiciled in Malang, Surabaya, and Jakarta.

Person in charge of this rubric with a member of Reporter Staff will do the reportage to do the journey to the cities said above in order to get the data from the interviewees.