Indonesian women carry the burden of unpaid work, including care-giving, due to persistent gender inequality in Indonesian society and segregation in the labour market.
The ‘Smart Village’, run by ITS students and faculty members, provides access to books, both paper and digital, along with free internet access, internet skills training, and more.
Ratifying WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control could help Indonesia reduce tobacco imports, benefitting local tobacco farmers
Indonesia relies heavily on imported tobacco products (including Virginia tobacco leaves from China, Brazil and the US), at the expense of local producers.
Tobacco addiction risk does not significantly correlate with age, occupation, education level, marital status, or the number of people living in the home.
During these times of heightened xenophobia, perhaps it is all the more important to remember the importance of people-to-people relationships.
“The ability to use digital devices should be followed by information management skills. [We will] map which skills [people] have mastered and which need to be further improved.”
A brown seaweed extract — sodium alginate from S.duplicatum — has antibacterial qualities and acts as a strong wound absorber and accelerates cell regeneration.
What Indonesia’s stint on the UN Security Council means for peace-building in the Indo-Pacific region
Indonesia’s advocacy received an overwhelming endorsement in late August when its resolution to promote the role of women in peacekeeping was adopted by all members.
An Universitas Airlangga professor says the key to Indonesia’s economic recovery is the development of its downstream fisheries industries.
Assuming the study demonstrates adequate safety and immune responses, data should be available in time to commence the required efficacy study before the end of the year.
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.
The research team presented innovative ready-to-serve beverage products, both concentrate syrup and powdered ‘instant drinks’, made from rosella flower petals.
Nearly four years after Indonesia passed its Law on Disability, the government has finally introduced a regulatory framework for students with disabilities.