A group of youths studying at Pesantren Al Muayyad yearn for established respect for all faiths in Indonesia.
All level of society must join the fight to protect its most vulnerable members, advocates say.
The recent death of a 19-year-old from Lamongan, East Java in Iraq left Indonesians asking what can be done to prevent other youths from dying for jihad.
Recent videos spark concern about child recruitment and abuse.
February 14th spurs protests again this year, but not everyone sees it a problem.
Deep South youngsters celebrated Children's Day in a fun, secure environment free of violence.
Young women in Madiun help local orphanage by making and selling handbags.
Makassar event plants seeds for a future of interfaith harmony and peace.
Youth leaders gather for their own summit and set shared priorities for global growth and resilience during the APEC summit in Bali.
Vote, run for office, voice your ideas. Politics is not just for politicians, young people are told.
Nahdlatul Ulama's youth group GP Ansor recommits to fighting poverty and embracing tolerance at its 79th anniversary celebration.
Proponents question whether girls younger than 18 are mentally, physically, psychologically and economically ready for marriage and child-bearing.
Future leaders of the region spent five days pondering challenges and solutions, exploring cultural diversity and building friendships across the region.
Following a high-profile-drug bust, parents and children's advocates demand entertainers set a better example for the nation's youth.
In an eight-day mission to North Lombok, Indonesian students from the National University of Singapore show they are serious about helping develop their country.
Children in Yala learned useful skills for their future while also having fun and a relaxing day at the province's Children's Day festivities.
A community centre for high-risk children in the heart of Kuala Lumpur helped a lonely boy get off the streets and chart a path to success.
Forget salaries and office hours. A growing number of young people are finding a niche in the market and learning along the way.
A hardline group that raided a bar in late July recruited local teens for the illegal attack. Two of them now face prison time.
Producers of the Ramadan Jazz Festival say music can be a form of preaching, reaching out to young people, and showing them that mosques can be cool.
New programmes aim to safeguard the educational prospects for young people in Madiun, East Java.
Young Narathiwat athletes left behind their insurgency-torn province for a couple of weeks to demonstrate their prowess in Pencak Silat – a sport with deep cultural roots in the region.
Malaysians debate the merits of their National Service Training Programme-- three months of friendship, bad food, patriotism and outdoor adventures.
In Madiun, East Java, schools are partnering with local NGOs to combat the widespread problem of child smoking.
With efforts continuing to find a "win-win" solution allowing June 3rd concert to go ahead, fans are campaigning to save the show via social media.
A Malaysian non-profit works to end the tragedy of baby dumping.
Besides helping the community and learning valuable problem-solving and other skills, participants also build friendships that transcend cultural and religious barriers.
Five years after its founding, the Young Muslims Project is giving Kuala Lumpur's youth a platform for discussion on faith and life.
Many were surprised Malaysia's recent arrest of a member of the East African terror group.