Indonesian men are wearing mini-skirts to end violence against women

An aerial view of the business district in Jakarta, May 5, 2014. Indonesia's economy grew at its slowest in more than four years in the first quarter as a mineral export ban, successive interest rate rises and uncertainty over upcoming presidential elections unnerved investors. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS) - RTR3NTOQ

A male-led Indonesian campaign group is attempting to eliminate violence against women. Image: REUTERS/Beawiharta

Beh Lih Yi
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