Badminton is part of the national identity, and the only sport in which Indonesia has won an Olympic gold medal.
Nearly four years after Indonesia passed its Law on Disability, the government has finally introduced a regulatory framework for students with disabilities.
Millennials don’t remember Washington behaving as a great power or helpful ally, so support for the alliance is waning.
As Victoria enters a COVID-19 induced state of disaster, more transparency is needed between emergency response public health measures and their economic, social and political consequences.
With tourism devastated by the pandemic, many have returned to work the fields. Some believe they will never go back.
The archaeologist will soon end his tenure as one of Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan’s advisers, and lose leverage in the mission to keep the walls intact.
“The colonial government officials routinely drove around in cars to raise awareness about the disease and tell people to stay at home, wear masks and maintain cleanliness.”
Indonesia experts talk about the impact the pandemic is having on jobs, particularly on vulnerable workers in the country’s massive informal sector.
In the absence of a unified message from the national government, local officials and opportunists have filled the gap with misinformation and quack remedies.
MSMEs contributed 60.3 per cent of Indonesia’s total GDP in 2017, and absorbed 97 per cent of the total workforce and 99 per cent of total employment.
6 progressive Indonesian films with LGBT characters making a difference in an increasingly conservative society
From a ‘lengger’ coming to terms with his body, to a young woman’s search for her transgender sex worker father, these movies prove the power of cinema to shift the conversation.
Muslims celebrating Eid al-Adha on Friday, July 31 may say prayers in open fields and mosques, if they are located in areas declared ‘green zones’.
From the early days of science in the Dutch East Indies, there is strong evidence of collaboration, rather than diffusion by the colonisers, with the process carried out through an intense two-way communication.
COVID-19 pandemic leads to rise in violence against women and girls in Asia Pacific, new report shows
The ‘Because We Matter’ report also highlights that children were more exposed to cyberbullying, harmful content and sexual exploitation during lockdowns.
ReelOzInd! Festival Director Jemma Purdey recently took part in a Youth Jury Online Camp organised by Minikino, a short film festival organizer based in Bali.