Debra Yatim


Country: Indonesia

Debra Yatim is an activist, journalist, columnist, filmmaker, and founder of multiple organizations, including Kalyanamitra Foundatino, one of the oldest women’s NGOs in Indonesia. She has published numerous poetry collections and translated short stories, longer fiction, poetries, and news articles. She is also active in theatre and is currently working on a performance program for teenagers in Bulungan, North Kalimantan.

Debra Yatim adalah seorang aktivis, jurnalis, kolumnis, pembuat film, dan pendiri beberapa organisasi, termasuk Yayasan Kalyanamitra, salah satu LSM perempuan tertua di Indonesia. Dia telah menerbitkan beberapa koleksi puisi dan menerjemahkan cerita pendek, fiksi yang lebih panjang, puisi, dan artikel berita. Ia juga aktif di teater dan saat ini sedang menggarap program pertunjukan untuk remaja di Bulungan, Kalimantan Utara.

Appearing in

Main Program | In Conversation with Max Lane: Indonesia Out Of Exile: How Pramoedya’s Buru Quartet Killed A Dictatorship

Named ‘A fascinating book about the creation and impact of one of the world’s greatest literary works, in Max Lane’s latest work, Indonesia Out of Exile, he discusses how the …


Private: Main Program | Unity and Diversity

In polarization politics Indonesia situation, discussing national pluralism is a must and important. Through his book Sang Belas Kasih: Mengurai Pesan-Pesan Batin Surah Al-Rahman, Haidar Bagir will share a peace …


Book Launch | Percakapan Diponegoro

Eleven weeks after Diponegoro’s detention on March 28, 1830, in Magelang, every conversation with Pangeran Diponegoro was recorded by three Dutch military officers assigned to escort his journey into exile …


Book Launch | Celebrating 35-Years of Translations (Lontar Foundation)

Join in a celebration for the 35th anniversary of the Lontar Foundation and the publication of its most recent titles from Putu Oka Sukanta including Threads of Dignity and Once …