As Indonesia seeks to educate its massive population, direct partnerships between training institutions in Indonesia and Australia will be crucial in making it a reality.
An AIBC seminar in Melbourne, “Indonesia: It’s time to take a fresh look”, discussed agribusiness, food and opportunities for trade and investment.
The most recent policy forum between the Australia-Indonesia Centre and government and industry leaders in South Sulawesi has taken a close look at the latest seaweed research as they consider ways to sustainably boost the industry.
The Australian Prime Minister’s visit to Makassar underscores the importance of a part of Indonesia which is a focus for the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s economic and social research projects.
Changing nature of Asian trade presents digital economy opportunity for Australia, says Jakarta-based analyst
The digital economy, commodities and international trade in Southeast Asia were discussed during a webinar organised by the Asia Society.
Happy Stories, Mostly by ReelOzInd! 2022 jury member Norman Erikson Pasaribu has won the Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses 2022.
ReelOzInd 2022 jury announced, comprised of academics, filmmakers and writers from Australia and Indonesia
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! are proud to announce the ReelOzInd! 2022 jury, an expert group of filmmakers, critics and artists.
Indonesia can position itself as a prominent player in international environmentally sustainable tourism.
The Republic of Indonesia wants to be known as the “gastronomic destination of the world” and needs Melbourne’s help to do so.
The youth from the district of Maros are making a move not unfamiliar in developing economies. The AIC research is looking at how that compares with their aspirations for life and work.
The Republic of Indonesia hopes to rebound from the pandemic by bolstering its creative and tourism economies. To do this, it requires instilling young Indonesians with new digital and green skills with the intent to draw in tourists.
ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival is back in 2022 and can’t wait to share its festival of short films with audiences in Indonesia, Australia and beyond. This year our theme is ‘suara/voice’.
COVID-19 and digital innovation: How Indonesia’s listed companies have responded to the global pandemic
Many companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) struggled to adapt to COVID-19 and global pandemic conditions.
Despite successes, sustainability in the Indonesian video game industry isn’t guaranteed; Eka Pramudita of Mojiken Studio estimated the average lifespan of a local development studio to be only five years.
The Australia Indonesia Centre’s senior advisory group has given enthusiastic support to the work and findings of the transportation team.