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.
“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.
Existing data on the incidence and spread of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in both Australia and Indonesia suffers from significant gaps – depriving health policymakers of important…
We know that parental influence is an important factor when it comes to creating better health, education and employment outcomes among adolescents – but how do we support the parents who shoulder this responsibility?
In an unregulated retailer setting such as Indonesia, cigarette retailers are ubiquitous and selling to young people is commonplace. The Indonesian government should enforce…