In an interview with BFM radio, Azmil Tayeb shares insights from his field work journeys through Indonesian religious high schools or ‘pesantrens’ as they are more widely known.
How is religious education conceived and designed differently in Indonesia in ways that contribute to a more open discourse than we have in Malaysia? Have a listen and find out!
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