Indonesia has gone backwards on an index of corruption after almost 20 years of making consistent progress.
Although South Sulawesi has the highest economic growth in Indonesia, recent evidence points to high economic inequality, high prevalence of stunting, and poor maternal health. COVID-19 presents a risk of exacerbating these conditions.
Whether it’s purchasing power parity or the Happiness Index, global comparisons require benchmarking. Sport does this well with World Cups and the Olympics, or better still the single ranking familiar to tennis and golf aficionados.
Young people across Australia and Indonesia are facing a difficult time amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has negatively impacted a variety Read more
The Australia Indonesia Centre is pleased to welcome two industry fellows to deepen its knowledge base and increase the network of connections between the two countries.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and Provincial Government of South Sulawesi sign MoU to strengthen cooperation
The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is pleased to announce a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Provincial Government of South Sulawesi.
Monash University’s Indonesia campus is an official legal entity in Indonesia and has been granted a licence to operate by the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture, a significant milestone in establishing the country’s first-ever international, foreign-owned university.
The world is facing unprecedented challenges due to the economic, health and social costs of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Young people account for 25% of South Sulawesi’s population, including in rural areas that are experiencing major agrarian change. As the landscape around them changes, so do their opportunities – rural youth unemployment is as high as 10% in the province.
PAIR researchers completed preliminary analysis on a new railway line connecting South Sulawesi’s capital Makassar to the regional town of Pare Pare looking at how to optimise community benefits.
PAIR researchers completed preliminary analysis on a new railway line connecting South Sulawesi’s capital Makassar to the regional town of Pare Pare Read more
In Indonesia and across the world, governments have implemented public health education campaigns aimed at changing behaviours to curb the spread of COVID-19. Messages about social distancing, hygiene and hand washing have been promoted by governments in Indonesia, but how successful have they been?
Although many people are currently working from home during COVID-19 provisional lockdown measures, there are many Indonesian workers in crucial industries required Read more