The AIC’s Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research, in collaboration with AIC partner Hasanuddin University, is proud to present an inspirational two-hour webinar presented in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.
The global adjustment to the coronavirus pandemic has seen a faster shift to a digital economy as technology has been harnessed to deal with abrupt changes in every aspect of life.
Supply chains are being tested around the globe, as coronavirus creates new challenges around people and logistics.
In a time of crisis the potential gains from the smart use of data are amplified.
The coronavirus pandemic has created another framework for the battle being fought between the USA and China as they try to assert their authority in the region of South East Asia.
International education is Australia’s largest services export, valued at $35.2 billion, and its vulnerabilities have been exposed in its reliance on bringing Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has tested local governments in their ability to respond to social and economic threats that have come at them at a fast pace.
Our latest webinar explored trade and investment disruption during COVID-19, with leaders from Austrade and PwC’s Asia Practice, and an on-the-ground view from Indonesia.
The AIC In Conversation podcast was today launched by the Australia-Indonesia Centre across a number of popular podcast applications. An audio version of the Centre’s new In Conversation webinar series, the podcast is available for subscription on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more.
As Australia declares some success in flattening the curve, and the impact of recent restrictions on movement and other measures remains to be seen in Indonesia, our expert panel examined and compared the public health response in each country, considering the best way forward.
The panel of policy experts will discuss how President Jokowi and regional government leaders are addressing the COVID-19 crisis, its likely impact to Indonesia’s stagnating economic growth, and how everyday Indonesians respond.