Putri Tanjung, founder of Creativepreneur Event Creator and presidential adviser since 2019, urges millennials to start businesses.
Among them, 1,438 inmates were immediately set free, while remission for the others varied from one month to six months.
A lack of representation in stories of the independence struggle reflects the marginalisation of Indigenous peoples which has continued throughout Indonesia’s 75 years.
Though Indonesian women have achieved and gained much, 75 years after independence there are still significant gaps in equality.
A civilian team of “data worms” in Indonesia that finds and publishes data around coronavirus has become a trusted source of information about the pandemic.
Indonesia’s coronavirus fatalities are the highest in Southeast Asia. So, why is Jokowi rushing to get back to business?
The government is clearly concerned the struggling economy could lead to more criticism of its handling of the crisis – and perhaps social unrest.
Bland has written the first English-language biography of Joko and it delivers a hard-headed assessment of the leader’s priorities.
‘If I give up, all my effort is for nothing’: international students thrown into Melbourne lockdown despair
Cut off from coronavirus government support and with few immediate job prospects, many students are desperate.
Senator Penny Wong and experts from The University of Melbourne and CSIS Indonesia have called for more effective multilateralism and less deference to the interests of China and the US.
A lack of awareness in incorporating gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) perspectives in research hampers efforts to create inclusive policies.
Southeast Asian countries, including Indonesia, should lessen their dependency on the two countries by strengthening relationships with non-traditional partners.
Workers who earn a monthly income of less than Rp 5 million ($345) will receive Rp 600,000 per month from the government over four months.
Indonesia’s economy suffered its sharpest downturn since the 1998 Asian financial crisis in the second quarter, as the COVID-19 pandemic shut down large parts of the country.
Nearly four years after Indonesia passed its Law on Disability, the government has finally introduced a regulatory framework for students with disabilities.