Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Associate Professor Eka Permanasari, Associate Professor in the field of urban design, architecture and Southeast Asian Studies at Monash Indonesia.
Indonesia plans to become a maritime powerhouse, an idea that is certain to demand a highly skilled workforce: What are the ramifications for education and training?
As an archipelagic state and one close to some of the world’s busiest waterways, Indonesia’s maritime sector is of vital importance.
The Governor of South Sulawesi, Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, has used a roundtable event in Melbourne to highlight infrastructure and education. The Read more
In November last year, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and United Arab Emirates President Mohamed bin Zayed inaugurated the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Solo, Central Java, marking a new phase of Indonesia-UAE relations.
Peneliti Andi Masyitha Irwan berusaha mewujudkan harapan dan perubahan melalui pekerjaannya dengan Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC).
Indonesia is set to move its capital Jakarta, just like Indonesia’s Dutch colonial rulers did more than 200 years ago.
The AIC was established by the Indonesian and Australian governments in 2014 and under the current program it brings together resources and investment from eleven universities to examine on-the-ground challenges and find policy solutions.
A video of a western man wearing batik and speaking fluent Javanese went viral on Facebook a few years ago.
By examining the major industrial facility of the port of Makassar we have found significant gaps in digital literacy between the education system and industrial needs, as well as within the current workforce.
Online film library leverages ReelOzInd! festival to push the study of Indonesian language and culture
The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival has brought joy to fans of cinema and now it is poised to Read more
PAIR research examines themes of education, health, safety, gender equality, disability, and social inclusion
New research being conducted by the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) examines important themes of education, health, and safety in the family setting.
The building of infrastructure such as ports, railway lines, airports and roads presents many exciting opportunities, especially in areas that have not experienced this kind of development before.
The expectation is high that a new railway line connecting Makassar to Parepare will seamlessly link communities and boost economic growth in South Sulawesi.
Harapan yang tinggi bahwa jalur kereta api baru yang menghubungkan Makassar ke Parepare akan menghubungkan masyarakat dengan lancar dan mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi di Sulawesi Selatan.
Puncak kegiatan PAIR di Universitas Hasanuddin merefleksikan hubungan Australia-Indonesia pada lintas bidang: transportasi, komoditas, pendidikan dan kesehatan
Ide-ide besar untuk pengembangan kerjasama Sulawesi Selatan dan Australia-Indonesia telah dituangkan dalam konferensi di Makassar yang dihadiri oleh para pimpinan industri, pemerintah dan pendidikan.
A PAIR team has advocated for vocational skills alignment in South Sulawesi by submitting several policy recommendations to the Indonesian directorate of vocational education.