Greenpeace has warned that left unchecked, forest clearance in Papua could undo Indonesia’s progress in tackling climate change, with a report that looks at systematic violations on plantation and forest release permits.
India and Indonesia have emerged as key beneficiaries of a Chinese ban on Australia’s coal exports which is expected to further shift Read more
Muslims in Indonesia began marking Ramadan with communal prayers in a socially distanced contrast to the empty mosques of a year ago Read more
Ms Williams is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). She has previously served overseas as High Commissioner to Malaysia and was Australia’s first Ambassador for Women and Girls. Ms Williams is Australia’s first female Ambassador to Indonesia.
Monash University in Melbourne has signed a formal agreement with the Indonesian government to strengthen ties between the two countries as Australian Read more
A new milestone in cooperation between the University of Melbourne and Indonesia is being marked with the establishment of PRIME – Partnership Read more
Indonesia is in talks with China to secure as many as 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to plug a gap in deliveries Read more
Amnesty Indonesia report found that the human rights situation in Indonesia deteriorated in 2020 as the government failed to stop rampant unlawful Read more
Nyorog adalah kegiatan berbagi bingkisan dengan sanak saudara maupun tetangga yang telah ada ribuan tahun di masyarakat Betawi.
The ongoing tension between the United States and China should encourage Indonesia to find ways to reduce reliance on the two great powers. It can start by looking to strengthen political and security ties with non-traditional partners.
Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia’s developing communities some new research shows.
After enduring a difficult year dominated by the multi-dimensional impact of COVID-19, we are now beginning to witness the green shoots of economic recovery.
An ambitious Indonesian project to create a single database of the country’s land area and stop conflicts is destined to flounder unless it includes maps created by indigenous communities, advocates said on Wednesday.