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.
Indonesian local government policymakers to receive regular updates on Australia-Indonesia Centre research
The youth from the Indonesian district of Maros are making a move not unfamiliar in developing economies; away from traditional farming roles to seek work in nearby cities.
The Australia Indonesia Centre’s senior advisory group has given enthusiastic support to the work and findings of the transportation team.
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
Researchers working on transport infrastructure have been out meeting communities in South Sulawesi to learn about their views of a potentially transformative Read more
A team of Australia-Indonesia Centre researchers working on health issues has travelled to parts of South Sulawesi to meet leaders and explain the value of their work.
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
A waiter named Fardlan who lives with a hearing impairment aptly captures the struggles of Indonesians with a disability during the pandemic. Read more