Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.
PAIR research examines themes of education, health, safety, gender equality, disability, and social inclusion
New research being conducted by the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) examines important themes of education, health, and safety in the family setting.
The building of infrastructure such as ports, railway lines, airports and roads presents many exciting opportunities, especially in areas that have not experienced this kind of development before.
Indonesia and Australia have promised to strike a new defence cooperation agreement, despite lingering tensions over the federal government’s push to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.
Styrofoam waste in Indonesia still abundant and not properly addressed, says influential youth group
Youth-led environmental group the Antheia Project says that Styrofoam is yet another dangerous waste that has not been properly addressed, being widely used but with little to no waste processing, leaving large amounts degraded in nature and found on beaches.
Indonesian Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly urged various parties at the “Bali Process Government and Business Forum” to make collective efforts to overcome people smuggling and human trafficking.
The decline of Indonesian language education in Australian institutions is raising concerns about the potential impact on future relations between the neighbouring countries.
Indonesia is preparing to send a search and rescue team, medical workers and logistical aid to Turkey following the devastating earthquakes on Monday that rocked parts of Turkey and Syria and killed around 17,000 people to date.
The expectation is high that a new railway line connecting Makassar to Parepare will seamlessly link communities and boost economic growth in South Sulawesi.
Indonesia’s Asean role means hope for South China Sea code, but no deal expected this year: analysts
As the new Asean chair, Indonesia could push forward negotiations for a long-awaited code of conduct in the South China Sea, but there is little hope for a quick conclusion as disputes between China and rival claimants in Southeast Asia remain unresolved, regional observers say.
The lead researchers for the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) seaweed project have presented their findings to senior officials in three Indonesian government departments.
Behind the celebrations that typically involve colourful dragon and lion dances, fireworks displays, and feasts, a festival also serves as a testament to the Chinese ancestral migrants who have come to the Nusantara archipelago.
Deputy Chairperson of People’s Consultative Assembly Lestari Moerdijat compelled Indonesians to seek for more information on early prevention of cancer in a bid to suppress the rate of the disease, and concurrently promote health quality.
Harapan yang tinggi bahwa jalur kereta api baru yang menghubungkan Makassar ke Parepare akan menghubungkan masyarakat dengan lancar dan mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi di Sulawesi Selatan.