[AIC Backgrounder No.3/2020] On the struggles experienced by women’s groups when dealing with gender-biased policies, with a focus on the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in South Sulawesi.
International education is in crisis, both in Australia and around the world. It is time for Australians to learn more about international education and why it is important.
There are about 70 million indigenous people across Indonesia, mostly in remote and isolated areas, and the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the inequality the have long faced.
Children and teenagers are most exposed to cigarette ads they regularly see in kiosks, sports events, music events, free samples, merchandise logos and discount offers.
Over a turbulent decade, Alima is at the centre of Dutch colonisation, Japanese occupation, the return of the Dutch then the struggle for independence.
How religions and religious leaders can help to combat the COVID-19 pandemic: Indonesia’s experience
Indonesia has shown that religions can be used as realistic means to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
UWA’s key achievements include Australia’s first university network for bisexual staff, students and alumni; the first Australian study of the LGBTIQA+ student experience; and developing a transgender policy.
We’ve seen cities become hotbeds of infection, where vast concentrations of wealth can become a liability when businesses grind to a halt.
Javanese traditional musicians are among the many artists and performers struggling to survive, or qualify for government payments under COVID restrictions.
Indonesian batik artist Agus Ismoyo recalled a chance meeting in Yogyakarta over 30 years ago that eventually led him to travel to the remote desert lands of Australia.
A number of universities signed the statement, which outlines five actions to mitigate potential negative impacts of COVID-19 upon gender equality in higher education.
Indonesian EDM trio Weird Genius on Spotify hit Lathi, its TikTok challenge, and paying tribute to their Indonesian heritage
For now, the trio are content to see their culture gain the recognition they feel it deserves – but they aren’t stopping there.
Julian Lucas is a comedy director and writer with a focus on performance and a strong aesthetic. This is his first year as a member of the ReelOzInd! jury.
Social expectations and financial constraints are blocking the rise of Indonesian women’s basketball
Juggling sports and studies is a never-ending struggle, with both Karen and Yuni often finding themselves at a crossroads of having to pursue their passion or the promise of a steady career a university degree may afford.
Indonesia’s status as a maritime country seemingly does not guarantee that its fishers live prosperously. As a result, the number of young people who want to work as fishers has declined.
The largest contingent of worshippers, more than 220,000 people, will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.