Indonesia, a country of 270 million people, only has 2,800 clinical psychologists and 1,200 psychiatrists, with most residing in big cities in its most populous island, Java.
Indonesian Tik Toker with more than 2 million followers jailed after saying Islamic phrase before eating pork
An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman to two years in prison for posting a viral video on TikTok in which she said an Islamic phrase before eating pork.
Understanding the livelihoods and aspirations of young people in the face of agrarian change and development in South Sulawesi
This report presents a detailed analysis and overview of the livelihoods, skills, education and aspirations of rural young people in the Maros district of South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
On 24 August 2023, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo attended the 15th annual BRICS Summit in Johannesburg in Indonesia’s capacity as ASEAN Chair.
Few people outside of the mineral industry know about Harita Nickel, and it does not help that the company’s mining operations and smelter facilities are located on a remote island in the northern part of Maluku, more than 2,300 kilometers from Jakarta.
There is already an existing solution to some of Jakarta’s urban pollution woes, but this requires the present government to more seriously revive and maintain the city’s much-needed green spaces.
Traditional theatre may have played a role in positioning the Asian destination as the world’s most populous Muslim nation.
Digital marketing innovation and firm performance: the role of decision-making comprehensiveness in dynamic environments
This study integrates insights from upper echelon (UE) theory and the attention-based view (ABV) to analyze how digital marketing innovation might enhance organizational performance in a pandemic context by addressing top management team (TMT) decision-making comprehensiveness and environmental dynamism.
Entertainment Company Tripar Multivision Reaches Strategic Partnership with B-Universe.
With much of its long-term development plan hindered by international trade laws, the current global order has been labeled “unfit” by Indonesian delegates at the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Summit, who also urged for the end of “discriminatory” trade policies.
Residents of a province near Jakarta have accused the World Bank Group of indirectly financing the expansion of an enormous coal-fired power plant, saying it would aggravate their health and livelihood problems, environmentalist groups said.
Nusantara will be inaugurated next year as the capital city of Indonesia and it wants more Korean companies to help build the city, according to Mohammed Ali Berawi, the head of green and digital transformation for the new capital project at a forum.
The National Museum of Indonesia houses the country’s most extensive collection of historical and archaeological artifacts.
Parts of Indonesia are covered with toxic air pollutants from burning lands and forests as this year’s fire season is intensifying amid the El Niño weather phenomenon, which brings drier conditions.
More than twenty years ago, Indonesia launched a determined crusade against corruption, collusion, and nepotism. However, the zealous spirit of Indonesia’s political reformation seems to have dissipated along the way.