Saya senang mengumumkan bahwa Duta Besar Australia yang baru untuk Indonesia, Yang Terhormat Penny Williams PSM, telah bergabung dengan dewan penasihat Australia-Indonesia Centre.
Australia’s new Ambassador to Jakarta joins the Australia-Indonesia Centre as part of an extensive career as a diplomat.
ReelOzInd! 2021 jury member Yulia Evina Bhara recently featured on Indonesia at Melbourne’s Talking Indonesia podcast, as hosted by festival director Jemma Purdey.
COVID-19 has posed numerous challenges across the globe. The pandemic and its associated restrictions have changed the way we work, study, socialise, and interact.
ReelOzInd! 2021 returns for its sixth year with an online festival that premieres on Sunday 10 October 2021 at 1pm WIB / 5.00 pm AEDT.
Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists
Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.
Road to recovery: Assessing job risk and the impact on the most vulnerable in Indonesia’s pandemic-hit tourism industry
The tourism sector is a significant driver of Indonesia’s economic growth – so important that the country has been trying to open the doors to international tourists in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia-Indonesia Centre, Provincial Government of South Sulawesi agree to establish joint working group
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and the government of South Sulawesi have further progressed their partnership by agreeing to establish a joint-working group which puts a focus on the areas of health and wellbeing, and the local economy.
Tidaklah cukup bagi peneliti untuk melakukan pekerjaannya dengan baik dan berharap bahwa orang lain akan mengetahui bagaimana hal tersebut dapat diterapkan – mereka juga harus mengembangkan narasi tentang perubahan apa yang dapat dibuat oleh penelitian mereka dan bagaimana caranya.
Danastri Rizky Nabilah, a filmmaker from Yogyakarta – a city in Indonesia known for its education and art – has no choice but to sell snacks after losing up to 40% of her income during the pandemic.
This report explores the impact of COVID-19 by focusing on a place considered to be Indonesia’s cultural hub, a place where tradition, modernity, arts and history overlap.
One Data: COVID-19, health data connectivity and integration in Indonesia – a case study of Yogyakarta
An effective response to a global crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic is dependent on health departments and governments having access to information that is up to date and collated through a central system.
The Australia Indonesia Centre is delighted at this announcement as it follows on from the work of one of its earliest collaborative research efforts and a relationship built with provincial leaders.