Dalam PAIR Summit, para pembicara menjabarkan bahwa pandemi COVID-19 telah membawa banyak tantangan bagi penyandang disabilitas di Indonesia. Tetapi mereka juga menanggapi dengan berbagai strategi dibarengi dengan rasa kebersamaan yang tinggi.
The PAIR summit heard that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it much difficulty for disabled Indonesians. But they and their allies have also responded with great ingenuity and sense of community.
Relatively little is known about exciting applications of seaweed, and what role they can play in strengthening Australia-Indonesia trade and scientific collaboration.
Researchers at the PAIR summit discussed health data, getting the balance right between health measures and allowing the economy to function and how the Indonesian business sector has coped during the pandemic.
Indonesia will take a big step on the global stage this year – are Australians paying enough attention?
Many Australians are probably unaware that neighbouring Indonesia has assumed the G20 presidency and will host the crucial meeting of the world’s largest economies for the first time in October.
PAIR Summit 2021 berbagi gagasan untuk memastikan penguatan sektor pariwisata Indonesia pasca-pandemi.
The 2021 PAIR summit heard several ideas for ensuring a strong Indonesian tourism sector post-pandemic.
Indonesia’s daily economic life is underpinned by millions of small and medium enterprises that are found in the laneways, roadsides and retail streets of this busy nation. They account for 97 percent of the domestic workforce and 60 percent of national economic growth.
The people have spoken, awarding the ReelOzInd! 2021 Peoples’ Choice Award to Don’t Forget Us (La Tansouna).
Studies show overwork leads to negative outputs and could even kill workers. Despite these findings, achieving work-life balance still has been a utopia for many.
As COVID-19 has spread across the globe, governments everywhere have wrestled with a terrible question: what cost in lives is acceptable in order to keep the economy functioning?
The ReelOzInd! short film festival is delighted to announce that it has received funding to bring its rich archive to teachers and students of the Indonesian language.