The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is pleased to announce six new Indonesian appointments to its advisory board, each providing a wealth of specialist knowledge and experience.
Working together to deliver long-term and sustainable partnerships is the aim of the PAIR Lab, a research initiative of Universitas Hasanuddin and the Australia-Indonesia Centre.
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.
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.
A webinar run by the Australia-Indonesia Centre has heard how e-commerce giant Bukalapak invested in Australia to access skills and talent.
AIC dan Pemerintah Sulawesi Selatan mempresentasikan webinar baru: Keterampilan & pelatihan untuk pemuda di Sulawesi Selatan.
Mapping health and wellbeing challenges in the South Sulawesi seaweed farming community is the aim of a group of researchers from the Australia-Indonesia Centre.
The Australia Indonesia Centre has been a key contributor to the federal government’s Blueprint for Trade and Investment with Indonesia, a document that identifies opportunities across education as well as areas such as agriculture and health.
This report explores the impact of COVID-19 by focusing on a place considered to be Indonesia’s cultural hub, a place where tradition, modernity, arts and history overlap.
One Data: COVID-19, health data connectivity and integration in Indonesia – a case study of Yogyakarta
An effective response to a global crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic is dependent on health departments and governments having access to information that is up to date and collated through a central system.
While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia faced even greater, unprecedented challenges.
Pilot Project Report: Understanding the aspirations of young people in rural communities in South Sulawesi
Social, economic and environmental change is sweeping across Indonesia – bringing new opportunities for the country’s young people.
Indonesia’s EV plans will open new trade and commercial opportunities for Australia’s services.
The Government of Indonesia’s new Makassar-Parepare railway line presents opportunities for South Sulawesi and Indonesia as a whole. But to make the most of this new infrastructure, more research is needed to support an evidence-based policy.