Indonesia experts talk about the impact the pandemic is having on jobs, particularly on vulnerable workers in the country’s massive informal sector.
Prerana Mehta of AustCyber and the ACT Australia-Indonesia Business Council (AIBC) speaks to Helen Brown about cybersecurity and IA-CEPA.
All three baristas running Mata Hati Koffie have disabilities. Hilmy hopes that they all not only learn to adapt, but regain confidence and become independent.
60 million students have been forced to study from home, presenting new obstacles due to uneven access to technology and inadequate online teaching methods.
This PAIR Overview takes a deep dive into South Sulawesi and its people and infrastructure, illustrating the importance of the province to Indonesia’s future.
Australia’s national science agency CSIRO will work with Indonesian research partners to strengthen Indonesia’s pandemic preparedness.
The benefits of international education come from cultural capital and influence – Covid-19 is putting these at risk.
Vocational education at the BPSDMP (Agency for Human Resources Development in Transportation) schools are an added value that can produce graduates who are ready for work.
“Online learning is currently only accessible to mainstream students like us, while our friends who have special needs cannot access it.”
Without funding reform or government intervention, the nation’s third-largest industry and greatest contributor to research and development will severely retract.
The new KIP Kuliah program, which was initially only intended for incoming freshmen, will be expanded to students in the third, fifth and seventh semesters of university.
Reduced funding to institutions and cuts to programs, accelerated by the coronavirus could threaten Australia’s ability to effectively engage and do business with Asia.
“It would be a real shame and really short-term thinking if this very useful bit of bilateral-relations architecture were to fall over.”
Even young people who manage to get a job will suffer long-lasting financial losses compared to those getting a job in normal economic conditions.
Two AIC Associate Fellows have helped bring viable seaweed-sourced bio-ethanol closer by demonstrating the benefits of two new pre-treatment methods.