New research being conducted by the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) examines important themes of education, health, and safety in the family Read more
The expectation is high that a new railway line connecting Makassar to Parepare will seamlessly link communities and boost economic growth and the AIC’s PAIR research program is working with the transportation policy agency to help achieve this.
A PAIR team has advocated for vocational skills alignment in South Sulawesi by submitting several policy recommendations to the Indonesian directorate of vocational education.
PAIR Summit at Universitas Hasanuddin reflects on Australia-Indonesia connections across transport, commodities, education and health
Grand ideas for the development of South Sulawesi and Australia-Indonesia cooperation have been outlined during a conference in Makassar attended by leaders Read more
The head of South Sulawesi’s fisheries division is looking for innovation that will help create sustainable sea-based industries.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre research team has finished collecting evidence about the seaweed industry and has been in Jakarta to discuss their work and how it can help policymakers create a sustainable sector for the future.
The culmination of four years of work under major Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) projects overseen by the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) were presented to the Australian Embassy in Jakarta earlier this month.
Transit oriented development and intermodal terminals the focus of talks between PAIR researchers and South Sulawesi transport leaders
Providing space for development around railway stations was a key theme of talks between PAIR researchers and the South Sulawesi transport department. Read more