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New PAIR Lab announced to ensure continued research in South Sulawesi

Working together to deliver long-term and sustainable partnerships is the aim of the PAIR Lab, a research initiative of Universitas Hasanuddin and the Australia-Indonesia Centre.

PAIR Lab didirikan pastikan kesinambungan riset di Sulsel

PAIR Lab, sebuah inisiatif kerja sama riset dari Universitas Hasanuddin dan Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) didirikan untuk memastikan kesinambungan riset di Sulawesi Selatan.

PAIR research generates discussion into South Sulawesi railway pricing strategy

Pricing strategy and subsidies are crucial components of the new South Sulawesi railway, with a conference in Jakarta hearing that support is necessary for both freight and passenger rail in the project’s early stages.

Badan Kebijakan Transportasi bahas sinergitas dan konektivitas dalam akselerasi pembangunan dan pengoperasian kereta api Makassar – Parepare

Pemerintah telah memprogramkan percepatan pembangunan perkeretaapian sejak tahun 2015 yang tidak hanya meliputi jaringan kereta api di Pulau Jawa dan Sumatera yang telah ada saat ini, namun juga di Pulau Kalimantan, Sulawesi dan Papua dalam upaya pemerataan pembangunan.

Obstacles to realising the right to health

Why has the Indonesian government failed to do more to adopt health policies consistent with the right to health? What have been the main obstacles to change?

Indonesia’s ‘tech winter’ continues as Ajaib announces layoffs

Fintech start-up Ajaib has decided to layoff 67 employees, joining the ongoing axing spree afflicting Indonesia’s tech industry.

Indonesia’s orangutans declining amid ‘lax’ and ‘laissez-faire’ law enforcement

Remarkably lax” and “laissez-faire” law enforcement efforts by conservation authorities in Indonesia have allowed the killing, capture and trade of scores of orangutans to persist, according to a recent study.

Strengthening business ties with Indonesia

The Australian Indonesian Business Council conference kicked off earlier this week in Darwin, further boosting business, trade and economic relationships between the Northern Territory and Indonesia.

ReelOzInd! 2022: suara/voice

The seventh annual ReelOzInd! Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival has showcased films from both countries on the topic of ‘suara’, or ‘voice’. Watch the festival reel inside.

In photos: ReelOzInd! 2022 premieres and our first pop-up screening!

The ReelOzInd! 2022 Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival is in full swing, launching with successful premieres in both Melbourne and Malang on Saturday, before embarking on our pop-up festival of screenings.

As countries ranging from Indonesia to Mexico aim to attract digital nomads, locals say ‘not so fast’

Should your community welcome digital nomads – individuals who work remotely, allowing them freedom to bounce from country to country?

Kesehatan, atau ekonomi dulu? Mencari keputusan terbaik dalam menghadapi pandemi

Pemerintah Indonesia menjadi target kritik karena dianggap memilih menyelamatkan perekonomian alih-alih masyarakat dalam manajemen COVID-19 yang dilakukannya.

Strange bedfellows: why do far-right leaders support Indonesia’s promotion of ‘moderate Islam’?

For the past decade, Indonesia has been increasingly active in promoting its own version of “moderate Islam”: Islam Nusantara.

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