The Indonesian seaweed industry has expanded rapidly over the last 20 years and now supports the livelihoods of more than 35,000 coastal households in South Sulawesi (BPS 2020).
Giving women the opportunity to learn and apply digital skills is a critical step to Indonesia’s post-covid economic growth, according to panelists Read more
After enduring a difficult year dominated by the multi-dimensional impact of COVID-19, we are now beginning to witness the green shoots of economic recovery.
The Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency (Ristek/BRIN) of the Republic of Indonesia and Monash University for the Australia Indonesia Centre (AIC) have today signed a Memorandum of Agreement that will strengthen the commitment to joint research and the mutual benefits that come from it.
When COVID-19 hit Indonesia, it devastated industries such as fisheries. However, PAIR research shows seaweed farming in Indonesia is booming during the pandemic. Read more
The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic has brought technocrats and governments together to start looking at a very different future for our cities.
The Indonesian government has signed into effect the implementing regulations for its massive and complex job creation law, which means the government is on track to meet the ambitious targets set in the law.
Pemerintah Indonesia telah menandatangani 49 peraturan pelaksanaan untuk Undang-Undang Cipta Kerja yang masif dan kompleks.
Indonesia telah mengalami kemunduran dalam indeks persepsi korupsi setelah kemajuan yang konsisten selama hampir 20 tahun.
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.