The existence of civil society organisations does not necessarily introduce democratic change and they may face limitations in advancing a liberal political order.
Muslims in Indonesia are increasingly seeking to align their consumption with their religious beliefs.
Autobiografi, film istimewa yang diproduksi oleh anggota juri ReelOzInd! tahun 2021 Yulia Evina Bhara, telah memenangkan penghargaan Fiksi Terbaik di Festival Film Adelaide. Penghargaan ini mengikuti pemutaran di Festival Film Busan dan Venesia tahun ini.
Discussions on the global trade of food and agriculture commodities will likely feature prominently at the 17th G20 Head of States and Government Summit in Bali.
Indonesian has been claimed to be a relatively easy language to learn for native speakers of English, partly because it also uses the Roman alphabet.
Despite an improvement in the timing of vaccinations, a significant proportion of children continue to receive their measles and DTwP vaccinations age inappropriately.
The Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research has updated its research to include a new technical report. Read it and our original summary report here.
Agenda for growth: Matching Indonesia’s need to upskill with Australian institutions looking for new partnerships
The annual conference of Australia’s and Indonesia’s national business body (AIBC) is covering education and how the countries can work together. Read more
The ReelOzInd! 2022 Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival is in full swing, launching with successful premieres in both Melbourne and Malang on Saturday, before embarking on our pop-up festival of screenings.
The ReelOzInd! Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival 2022 has premiered with successful launches in both Melbourne, Australia and Malang, Indonesia, debuting alongside an online festival and ongoing pop-up events that showcase 10 short films from both countries.
Every year, International Mental Health Day is commemorated on Oct. 10 in many places in the world, including in Indonesia. October is also dedicated Mental Health Awareness Month.
Tiket gratis untuk peluncuran ReelOzInd! di Indonesia Tahun 2022 sekarang tersedia untuk kalangan pecinta film singkat.
Driving a culture of change: How PAIR research is helping facilitate young people’s aspirations in Makassar and surrounds
Six young researchers from the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s university partners discover how the aspirations of young people matter in a city’s development.
While the Indonesian tech sector is growing rapidly, the level of skilled workers is struggling to keep up. But that is where the opportunities lie.
By bringing together Indonesian seaweed and Australian technological innovations, a shared vision of decarbonisation can be progressed.
Simultaneous ReelOzInd! 2022 festival screenings will be held in Melbourne and Malang, featuring a collection of short films from Indonesia and Australia judged best by our jury of experts.