Each arises from our seeming unwillingness to respect the interdependence between ourselves, other animal species and the natural world more generally.
Our analysis shows an economic downturn as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will dramatically increase rental stress for people with insecure or casual work.
Lack of internet access in Southeast Asia poses challenges for students to study online amid COVID-19 pandemic
Though the world has become hyper-connected, in Southeast Asia, like in many other developing regions, a large segment of the population don’t have access to the internet.
PM Scott Morrison has announced that anyone entering Australia must enter a 14-day self-quarantine period. Questions have been raised as to how this new mandate would be enforced.
In 1606, Shakespeare and his company bolted the doors of the Globe Theatre and fled London as bubonic plague led to a total shutdown of theatres. Now we know what it must have felt like.
Misinformation has amplified fears of the virus in Indonesia as online hoaxes lead to racist responses towards the Indonesian Chinese community.
While investment in women’s health and education has increased, labour participation has stalled at 50% for the past 30 years
Operating in four languages, including English and Bahasa Indonesia, our editors have provided co-ordinated and pointed coverage that has reached millions of readers.
A very flustered health secretary Matt Hancock urged restraint and attempted to calm fears of shortages on BBC’s Question Time after being asked about a lack of paracetamol, dry pasta and toilet paper.
The mushrooming of exclusively Muslim housing complexes is the result of growing conservatism, capitalism, and the lack of inclusive city planning.
The nature of work is changing rapidly under the fourth industrial revolution. This is driven by disruptive technologies such as automation, artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning and digitalisation.
You’re reading this with a cup of coffee in your hand, aren’t you? Coffee is the most popular drink in many parts of the world. Americans drink more coffee than soda, juice and tea — combined.
PISA-inspired tests will replace Indonesia’s national exams in 2021: how should they be implemented?
In December last year, Indonesia’s Minister of Education announced sweeping changes to the education sector through four priority reforms.
The design of UIII’s academic curriculum will combine elements of both the Middle Eastern and Western academic traditions.
40% of projects were gender-blind with respect to the design and impact of their activities. This means that activities may have further entrenched processes that disadvantage women.
Our team has discovered a cave painting in Indonesia that is at least 44,000 years old and which may cast new light on the beginnings of modern religious culture.