The Family Resilience Bill suggests both parents working full time is a threat to moral resilience, but also requires the family to be economically self-reliant.
Indonesian female entrepreneurs tend to work in slower productivity fields and also have less access to skills development training, technology, and business networks.
It is a relationship that has perhaps never been more important to Australia, particularly as ties with China continue on a downward spiral.
What Indonesia’s stint on the UN Security Council means for peace-building in the Indo-Pacific region
Indonesia’s advocacy received an overwhelming endorsement in late August when its resolution to promote the role of women in peacekeeping was adopted by all members.
An Universitas Airlangga professor says the key to Indonesia’s economic recovery is the development of its downstream fisheries industries.
The Komite Nasional Disabilitas (KND) was supposed to be an independent institution which monitors, evaluates and advocates for the realisation of disability rights in Indonesia.
Cassrels makes no claim to have fully understood Indonesia, opening with former foreign minister Marty Natalegawa’s words: “Indonesia defies definition, almost. Its diversity is its identity”.
My experience and knowledge, and the experiences of all minorities, matter, even when those perspectives feel insignificant because of all the extra effort to make people understand.
Sri Mulyani said as long as the workers have an active membership at BPJS Ketenagakerjaan they could expect to receive the cash soon.
Last Friday the news website Tempo was replaced with a black screen and the word “hoax” printed across it in bold red font.
Most informal workers are not registered with the tax office or insured under BPJS Ketenagakerjaan, membership of which is a prerequisite for the cash transfer.
ACICIS has secured a financial lifeline in the Australian Government’s decision to adapt its New Colombo Plan initiative to global COVID-19 conditions.
An Indigenous advocacy body has been overwhelmed by phone calls for everyday supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.