Recently, a number of high-profile cases have highlighted growing threats to academic freedom in Indonesia, amid a broader environment of shrinking civic space.
Authorities have swung into action in Australia’s northern waters, destroying illegal Indonesian boats and seizing hundreds of kilograms of fishing gear and seafood.
Indonesia’s environment minister has dismissed as “inappropriate and unfair” a global plan to end deforestation by 2030, days after her country, home to a third of the world’s rainforests, joined 127 other nations in making the deforestation pledge.
MUI leader said that being bisexual “goes against human nature, religion and human rights”.
Negative modern influences are seducing Indonesia’s younger generation, which doesn’t bode well for the future
The Novavax vaccine, backed by Operation Warp Speed, has won its first authorisation — in Indonesia.
Novavax, a Maryland-based company that received $1.75 billion from the United States government to develop a protein-based Covid-19 vaccine, announced Monday it had won emergency authorization for its vaccine in Indonesia.
Private-sector transportation companies have announced plans to put on the roads thousands of electric vehicles (EV), which could propel EV adoption in Indonesia by creating demand for a network of charging stations.
Thousands of people, youth especially, are calling for Indonesia and countries around the world to live up to their commitments on climate change.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne will conduct a major visit to South-East Asia in the coming days as the federal government moves to calm anxieties about Australia’s nuclear submarine program and bed down a new strategic partnership with peak regional body ASEAN.
Students and lecturers have lauded the promulgation of a ministerial regulation that will serve as a guideline for universities in preventing and handling cases of sexual violence, calling it a “big step” to make campuses safer for everyone.
A total of 22 mural artists participated in the mural competition at the 70th Anniversary of Police Public Relations held by the East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Police Public Relations in Kupang City.
In 2017, Andi Ashar needed to earn some extra money to pay for his studies in information systems at his university in Makassar, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. He heard about a contest sponsored by an international mining company for the best infographic design and decided to try his luck.
A flexible approach to providing education can help meet the needs of South Sulawesi and Indonesia’s young demographic, which is eager to enhance its skills in the post-pandemic era.
In a rural region experiencing agrarian development, how are the priorities and aspirations of young people in South Sulawesi changing?