Humans will follow many other species to extinction if scientists do not find the funding and the platform they need to change the path we are on, warns Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty.
An AIC research program looks into the challenges that face rural young people in South Sulawesi forced to return home due to COVID-19.
Aquaculture provides fallback for people of the Penida Archipelago as they wait for tourists’ return.
Indonesian women carry the burden of unpaid work, including care-giving, due to persistent gender inequality in Indonesian society and segregation in the labour market.
The ‘Smart Village’, run by ITS students and faculty members, provides access to books, both paper and digital, along with free internet access, internet skills training, and more.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and OpenLearning have formed a partnership to deliver programs into Indonesia that will improve research and collaborative skills.
If women are less likely to comment academic works, they could be excluded from or marginalized in important scholarly debates and networks.
Indonesian female entrepreneurs tend to work in slower productivity fields and also have less access to skills development training, technology, and business networks.
The Agribusiness and Technology Park (ATP) of IPB University offers guidance to at least 40 partner farmers nearby the campus.
Schools are closed in Indonesia because of the pandemic, but for the rural poor who lack internet access and smartphones, online education is particularly difficult.
A key data point might be the size of Southeast Asia’s pool of “competitive” parents willing to splurge to give their children any advantage.
These students are potential ambassadors for Australia who could help shape our country’s reputation as a safe and welcoming destination – but only if we look after them.
AIC Industry Fellow Caroline Chan speaks about a new program helping build the tech skills and business knowledge of Indonesia’s small and micro-entrepreneurs.
A challenge turned into fashion – how the coronavirus pandemic provided textile designers with an opportunity to make millions of masks every day. [Video]