An Indonesian transport delegation has concluded a two-week stint in Melbourne reflecting upon lessons for positive change.
A student called Lala is part of the reason why Universitas Hasanuddin in Indonesia is working to create a more inclusive environment. Read more
Over three days a group of people with an interest in improving transport services in South Sulawesi came together as part of Read more
In Makassar’s realm, a leader did shine. With dedication unmatched, she forged ahead, building bridges and pathways where they led. Her tireless Read more
The Australia-Indonesia Centre has won funding to train officials in how to implement research findings into policymaking.
Andi Sudirman Sulaiman: Research is the base and the starting point to understand problems and find the best solutions. Collaboration between researchers, the government and practical implementation is essential for translating research into policies which will help a community.
Indonesia plans to become a maritime powerhouse, an idea that is certain to demand a highly skilled workforce: What are the ramifications for education and training?
The AIC’s Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) program has collected evidence on the kinds of digital skills that Pelindo port managers need compared with the skill level that currently exists.
The team’s work is part of the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) which is a unique partnership model managed by the AIC with funding from universities and government.