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Supporters meet Canada’s Justice Minister!

2016-07-13T00:16:14+00:00Impact on Indonesia, Messages, News, Uncategorized|

Head of Jakarta Intercultural School Tim Carr and his wife Barbara (also a JIS teacher) were at a market in Vancouver and were asked if they wanted to meet Canada's Minister of Justice and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould. Jody is also the MP for Vancouver Granville. They had an opportunity to speak to Neil's case [...]

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INDONESIA, Where International Teachers are imprisoned on insufficient evidence and convicted terrorists are set free for ‘good behavior’

2015-07-09T06:18:39+00:00Impact on Indonesia, News|

The high profile case of Jakarta International School teacher, Neil Bantleman, is a prime example of Indonesia’s current corrupt “legal” system and apparent growing disdain for Westerners. Without entering into a discussion of guilt or innocence in regards to the claim of child abuse, the trial of Neil Bantleman, if you can stretch your imagination [...]

Canadian Educator, Neil Bantleman Releases Statement

2016-12-28T16:47:36+00:00Impact on Indonesia|

By Cynthia Nagrath Correction: In the version of this piece posted to TIE's website last week, Neil Bantleman was erroneously described as a "guidance counselor" at Jakarta Intercultural School. Mr. Bantleman is in fact an administrator, with the official title of Learning Leader. His main role in this capacity is coordinating the school's service learning [...]

View point: The JIS ‘sex abuse’ kangaroo court and the rape of Indonesian democracy

2016-12-28T16:47:36+00:00Impact on Indonesia|

Julia Suryakusuma, Jakarta | Opinion | Wed, April 22 2015, 6:35 AM Kangaroos are weird-looking but pretty amazing animals best known for their hopping locomotion and joey pouches. So I reckon they’re getting a bad wrap with the term “kangaroo court”.No, it’s not about the lustful behavior of marsupials — it’s a term used for [...]

Indonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce

2015-06-08T22:44:23+00:00Impact on Indonesia|

PRESS RELEASE ICCC Statement on JIS Verdict Jakarta, lndonesia - (April 9, 2015) The lndonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC), which is dedicated to supporting positive business growth for social and economic development in lndonesia through intemational trade and investment, is concemed that the reported lack of due process, which culminated in the guilty verdicts [...]

AmCham Statement

2016-12-28T16:47:37+00:00Impact on Indonesia|

Monday, April 6, 2015 JAKARTA (April 2, 2015) ‑ AmCham Indonesia wishes to express its deep concern about the potential negative impact on the foreign investment environment of the April 2 guilty verdicts against two teachers, Ferdinand Tjiong, an Indonesian and Neil Bantleman, a Canadian at the Jakarta Intercultural School – formerly the Jakarta International [...]

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