Should your community welcome digital nomads – individuals who work remotely, allowing them freedom to bounce from country to country?
From The Conversation
Pemerintah Indonesia menjadi target kritik karena dianggap memilih menyelamatkan perekonomian alih-alih masyarakat dalam manajemen COVID-19 yang dilakukannya.
Indonesia’s COVID-19 recovery plan relies on dirty energy, making it harder to hit environmental targets
The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted Indonesia’s economy. This crisis, which has also hit many other countries, is a consequence of the massive cessation of economic activities due to restrictions to suppress COVID-19 case numbers.
Gender equality in the energy sector is vital because it can diversify solutions and innovation in the sector, especially in efforts to push a transition to green energy use and development.
Only 0.34% of year 12s study Indonesian. Here are 3 steps we can take towards knowing our neighbour better
Visiting Jakarta this week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said Australia and Indonesia are linked not just by geography, but by choice.
When COVID-19 cases were first found in Indonesia, regional leaders such as Jakarta’s governor set up social distancing and work-from-home policies, closed government office buildings and encouraged companies to implement social distancing and remote working.
‘Mutual respect and genuine partnership’: how a Labor government could revamp our relationship with Indonesia
During the election campaign, Anthony Albanese singled out Indonesia as a key regional partner.
Bosses listened to their workers about how e-commerce should work during the pandemic. That should continue.
A study, funded by the Australia Indonesia Centre, showed internal advice from front-line employees and middle managers was crucial for devising digital adaptive responses during the pandemic.
Religious leaders can explain why Indonesians have to reduce carbon emissions to keep the Earth safe during their talks.
The politicians claimed that there were big data containing aspirations from social media users who demand the election postponement.
Our study of young environmental activists in Indonesia found that Muslim youth activists based their environmentalism firmly on their knowledge of Islam.
Makin merasa tidak nyaman di wilayah berisiko infeksi COVID, makin tinggi jaga jarak dan hindari transportasi publik
Banyak studi yang membahas dampak COVID-19 terhadap kondisi psikologis masyarakat. Namun, tidak banyak yang membahas sebaliknya, setidaknya di Indonesia.
Indonesia will take a big step on the global stage this year – are Australians paying enough attention?
Many Australians are probably unaware that neighbouring Indonesia has assumed the G20 presidency and will host the crucial meeting of the world’s largest economies for the first time in October.
Staying afloat: research discovers women’s unique views of COVID-19 in an Indonesian fishing village
For female residents in Tambak Lorok, a small Indonesian fishing village in Central Java where access to water and hygiene is difficult and open defecation is common, they have a bigger problem than the pandemic.
Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists
Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.
As Indonesia becomes the world’s COVID-19 epicentre, writer and activist Putu Oka Sukanta’s poetry reflects how the pandemic has changed human relations and ways to maintain optimism and resilience.