The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! are proud to announce the ReelOzInd! 2022 jury, an expert group of filmmakers, critics and artists.
Indonesia can position itself as a prominent player in international environmentally sustainable tourism.
As plans to move the capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan Province gather pace, locals are reacting with horror: The plan is to erect a new metropolis on lands that for centuries have nourished their customs and traditions.
Indonesia’s political regime may have changed but pressure on the media has not faded away thanks to new tools and techniques.
The Republic of Indonesia wants to be known as the “gastronomic destination of the world” and needs Melbourne’s help to do so.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo said on Friday he had turned down a request for arms from Ukraine’s leader and urged him and his Russian counterpart to end the war in Ukraine.
The Indonesian Health Ministry announced that over 400 million Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered across Indonesian regions.
An NGO study has found that the Java Island’s Ciliwung is badly contaminated with micro-plastics, threatening human health and aquatic life.
Mudik 2022 in Indonesia: People on the move at 85.5 million; air travelers are up to 3.42 million; cars on the road at 23 million; motorcycles on the road at 17 million.
Health Minister Budi Gunadi highlighted the shortage of workers in the health sector, including the fact that 5.65 percent or 586 out of Indonesia’s 10,373 community health centers did not have a doctor.
Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s announcement of a plan to ban palm oil exports shocked the world, sending edible oil prices roiling and igniting further worries over global food price rises amid the still raging Russia-Ukraine war.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Twitter that his Indonesian counterpart had invited him to attend the summit of Group of 20 (G20) major economies to be held in the Southeast Asian country later this year.
The Republic of Indonesia hopes to rebound from the pandemic by bolstering its creative and tourism economies. To do this, it requires instilling young Indonesians with new digital and green skills with the intent to draw in tourists.