“We expect the new green industries in Indonesia to substantially diversify, broaden and deepen Indonesia’s already skilled workforce,” Andrew Forrest said.
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.
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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.
Proper education, health care and social safety systems are required to develop a strong future generation; human capital is central to development progress.
ACICIS has secured a financial lifeline in the Australian Government’s decision to adapt its New Colombo Plan initiative to global COVID-19 conditions.
Indonesia needs to move beyond resources and move up the value chain with more investment in complex and lucrative commodity processing.
The goal is to create new businesses in the community, namely grouper nurseries that can improve employment, community income and the regional economy.
The move is in line with data integration initiatives within the Ministry of Education and Culture in the context of the uptake of national diploma numbering and forging Indonesia 4.0.
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.