Health or economy: Determining Indonesian government policy in a pandemic environment

Getting pandemic policy settings correct is crucial. Zero restrictions means a high cost in lives, while strict lockdowns risk ruin for those Read more

Indonesian tourism and the need for skilled workers

Bali and Yogyakarta need skilled workers to keep their tourism economies operating, however, those same workers have been forced to seek alternative Read more

Indonesian artists confront pandemic

The experience of COVID-19 is markedly different for creative economy artists, depending upon resources and ability to operate in a digital environment. Read more

Health workers in the firing line as pandemic rages

Saving lives from COVID-19 has come at a high cost for medical and health workers in Indonesia, with infections and fatalities commonplace. Read more

Driving a data response to pandemic in Yogyakarta

Studies from the first stages of the pandemic offer insights regarding health data connectivity. Increased health service digitalisation is likely to be Read more

Government expected to help coastal residents get clean water

For women living in locations where their access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) is already limited, the need for stricter health Read more

PAIR Summit 2021 to focus on COVID-19 research

The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is proud to announce its second annual Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) Summit. The public event, held virtually Read more

Changing aspirations of South Sulawesi young people

In a rural region experiencing agrarian development, how are the priorities and aspirations of young people in South Sulawesi changing? And what Read more