Out of 79 assessed countries and economies, Indonesia ranked 73rd in mathematics, 74th in reading and 71st in science.
Improving the country’s rail network is a crucial next step in Jokowi’s ambitions to develop the Southeast Asian country’s infrastructure.
While the challenge is real, the approach adopted by the Jokowi administration thus far suffers from serious limitations and challenges.
Indonesia is drawing up a new tax regime, as President Joko Widodo tries to balance boosting growth and keeping the books in check.
“The drought is quite severe… The lowlands are the most affected, with output from those areas probably dropping 30 percent to 40 percent next year.”
Using fear-based approaches to preach abstinence will not improve Indonesia’s poor sexual health public awareness, says Ni Luh Putu Maitra Agastya and Marsha Habib.
Indonesia’s fabled island is running out of water, with monsoon rains delayed and the tourist industry expanding.
Hear Me comes as a solution to help communication between listener and deaf people and close the communication gap, decrease discrimination, provide disability-friendly facility, and promote equal rights for people with disabilities.
The Bill would aim to create the “same opportunity” for everyone in the labour market to get a job, while companies would also be incentivised to upgrade labour skills, said Dr Sri Mulyani.
“The harassment is not only physical, but also verbal. There were 19 forms of harassment that the survey respondents identified.”
In an ever more religiously conservative Indonesia, LGBT people are living in fear for their safety, yet they still have hope deep inside for a more tolerant community in the future.
“The challenge is getting bigger because radicalism has a growing influence on society.”