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
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.
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.
Implementation within selected industries of Indonesia’s COVID-19 prevention and control guidelines for workplaces
The Indonesian government in 2020 established the COVID-19 taskforce as a response to the global pandemic. The taskforce, in turn, helped Read more
The impacts of personal knowledge and risk perception on the effectiveness of behavioural change interventions for COVID-19 in Jakarta and South Sulawesi
To cope with the impacts of COVID-19, Indonesians have been asked to adopt measures that were disruptive to daily life and, for Read more
COVID-19 and digital innovation: How Indonesia’s listed companies have responded to the global pandemic
Many companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) struggled to adapt to COVID-19 and global pandemic conditions. The crisis triggered Read more
The Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) has greenlit five Young People and Skills Rapid Research projects, with results to be published later Read more
Universities, governments and the private sector must cooperate to take on the crucial task of integrating data to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic Read more