A flexible approach to providing education can help meet the needs of South Sulawesi and Indonesia’s young demographic, which is eager to enhance its skills in the post-pandemic era.
AIC Senior Fellow from Universitas Airlangga, Dr Christrijogo Sumartono, is a practising anaesthetist in his home city of Surabaya.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre is strengthening its expert base with the appointment of two new Fellows in the field of digital economy.
Jegatheva is a Perth-based filmmaker who was born in Johor, Malaysia to parents of South Korean, Japanese, Indian and Malaysian ancestry.
The cultural and creative sectors are among the hardest hit by the pandemic. Events have been shut down. Concerts postponed. Film festivals moved online. Batik sales have decreased by 30 percent as creative entrepreneurs struggle to find customers.
A new AIC study by Universitas Hasanuddin, Monash University and University of Melbourne will look at the ‘shadow pandemic’ affecting women and men living with a disability in South Sulawesi.
Indonesian national and city governments have rushed to enrol more entrepreneurs in the course, to prepare them to succeed in online markets.
Twenty-four films were shortlisted from over 150 submissions, and from those five category winners were announced at the weekend’s Festival Premiere.
A new AIC collaboration between Monash University and Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) will investigate how Australia can support digital upgrading for Indonesia’s healthcare supply chains.
I noticed a recent media article that named the next Australian Ambassador to Indonesia. This was noteworthy in that there is in practice a lengthy process that needs to be followed before any appointment can be confirmed, and the current Ambassador, Gary Quinlan, remains in the role until mid 2021.
Humans will follow many other species to extinction if scientists do not find the funding and the platform they need to change the path we are on, warns Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty.
A new AIC study looks at the impact on vulnerable workers of the Indonesian tourism sector coming to a standstill.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre and OpenLearning have formed a partnership to deliver programs into Indonesia that will improve research and collaborative skills.