Aussie corruption-buster humbled by Indonesians

And the Indonesian anti-corruption agency has gone from strength to strength since. Over 1000 public officials have been sentenced since it began operations in 2004.

Indonesia is buzzing with entrepreneurial spirit. And others in ASEAN aren’t far behind

More than one-third of the country’s young people want to work for themselves. This may seem unsurprising in light of its recent string of booming tech unicorns

Jokowi lays out vision for human capital development in state of nation address

“With innovation, superior human resources and technology, we will escape our dependence on natural resources. The country’s human capital should be world-class.”

Indonesia to ease foreign ownership caps

Thomas Lembong, who leads the agency known as BKPM, also indicated that the government is looking to ease restrictions in areas that can support Indonesia’s booming digital economy.

A guide for leapfrogging towards a water sensitive Bogor, Indonesia

A series of new reports offer a guide for how cities and neighbourhoods in Indonesia can transition to a more sustainable and water sensitive future.

Meet Martijn van der Kamp: AIC Team Science Fellow

“The research is in. We know that interdisciplinary teams perform better than teams within disciplines, especially in solving complex problems.”

Stronger education partnerships: Opportunities for Australian education and training providers in Indonesia

Report coming containing insights into how Australia’s education sector can contribute to Indonesia’s massive human capital project.

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