‘Hidden fire’ among Indonesia’s young

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  • Sunday, 19 Nov 2017

A vendor sells self-made charcoal in Jakarta on August 30, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Bay ISMOYO

 Two surveys have found racial and religious intolerance among many of the youth, prompting questions whether it’s due to bleak job prospects or politics of envy.

INDONESIA’S youth today are often seen as a force for change in a country which, despite its rich ethnic diversity, continues to wrestle with racial and religious intolerance.

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