Putri Tanjung, founder of Creativepreneur Event Creator and presidential adviser since 2019, urges millennials to start businesses.
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.
We asked a young seaweed distributor in Palopo, South Sulawesi, to explain supply chain concerns and opportunities amid covid-19.
COVID-19 has hit all Australians hard, but for Asia-engaged young Australians this crisis has put our skills and our value in the firing line.
‘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.
Education minister Nadiem Makarim wants an effective and efficient system with the help of technology. But is the nation ready for these changes?
When English becomes the global language of education we risk losing other – often better – ways of learning
These days, the power of English has become accepted wisdom, used to justify the globalisation of education at the cost of existing systems in non-English-speaking countries.
Entangling universities with geopolitics can mean a bad student experience has a far broader cost.
A lack of awareness in incorporating gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) perspectives in research hampers efforts to create inclusive policies.
Science and technology are essential to the recovery from this crisis, and to the long-term future of our economy.
Between 2017 and 2019, the Ministry of Manpower set up 1,113 community BLKs across Indonesia.
Nearly four years after Indonesia passed its Law on Disability, the government has finally introduced a regulatory framework for students with disabilities.
With tourism devastated by the pandemic, many have returned to work the fields. Some believe they will never go back.