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South Sulawesi village leaders use PAIR forum to discuss overcoming poverty and disadvantage

A forum on the latest research from the Australia-Indonesia Centre has heard roads and water are key priorities for regional village leaders, Read more

Addressing the vocational challenges of young people in South Sulawesi

Findings of the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research have concluded that young people in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi face a range Read more

New PAIR research aims to facilitate growth in South Sulawesi’s seaweed sector

Seaweed is set to play an important role in the economy of South Sulawesi, supporting small business owners and farmers as well as traders and exporters, and PAIR research teams have begun gathering information to allow for the development of this vital commodity.

Closer ties between education and industry highlighted at IRSA conference

The IRSA International Conference on 18-19 July 2022 in Lombok sought to explore strategies for post-pandemic economic recovery, one of which is by strengthening the relationship between the world of education and the worlds of business and industry (DUDI).


Smart City and Smart Transportation Masterplan: Making the Rail System an Integrated Transportation Centre for South Sulawesi

The Makassar-Parepare railway project in South Sulawesi is not only the region’s first train line but part of Indonesia’s larger National Strategic Project (PSN).

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Latest evidence on seaweed industry presented to South Sulawesi

The most recent policy forum between the Australia-Indonesia Centre and government and industry leaders in South Sulawesi has taken a close look at the latest research as they consider ways to sustainably boost the industry.

How did Indonesian companies fare in implementing COVID-19 health protocols?

When COVID-19 cases were first found in Indonesia, regional leaders such as Jakarta’s governor set up social distancing and work-from-home policies, closed Read more

PAIR Annual Report 2020-2021

From the PAIR Program Director: I am delighted to present the second annual report of the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR). This report reflects PAIR’s impact over this past year. It covers what we do while measuring our progress towards our goal and end-of-program outcomes.