“Inching toward equality: recent developments in Indonesian Inheritance Law”

Indonesia the largest Muslim country in the world, has witnessed what may be interpreted as a continued Islamisation of its Family Law, including the absorption & subsumption of prevalent practices into a logic of codification and reform according to particular interpretations of Muslim laws. But in the light of the Government’s 1988 Compilation of Islamic law, some limited changes in the inheritance laws favourable to women have taken place. The paper by Cammack examines the intricacies of this process in Indonesia.

المؤلف: 
Cammack, Mark
Year: 
2000
Source publication: 
Dossier 22 , London. Women Living Under Muslim Laws