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Digital Forum – Elisabeth Yunarko from Spokle

Digital Forum – Elisabeth Yunarko from Spokle

August 16, 2018

An Australian-Indonesian health start-up has created a program and an app for families who need help caring for children with different learning needs. The app shares the latest techniques and insights to reduce the worry for parents, and save time and money. Australia-Indonesia Centre digital economy fellow Helen Brown spoke with the group’s managing director […]

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Indonesian Media in Brief: Candidates for 2019 Presidential election announced

Indonesian Media in Brief: Candidates for 2019 Presidential election announced

August 10, 2018 By Ella Nugraha

  Joko Widodo-Ma’ruf Amin In a surprise move, President Joko Widodo announced Ma’ruf Amin as his running mate for the 2019 Presidential Elections. “After much thought and consideration from many members of the public I have decided, and have received the approval of the coalition, that the person who will be joining me as Vice […]

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Workshops demonstrate the potential for an affordable, renewable energy future

Workshops demonstrate the potential for an affordable, renewable energy future

August 7, 2018

The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Energy Cluster concluded its bilateral research with workshops at the Australian National University and Monash University in July 2018. Researchers from ANU, Monash, the University of Melbourne, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Universitas Hasanuddin, the University of Sydney, and the University of NSW came together with government and industry stakeholders to share their findings […]

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Tobacco company in Indonesia skirts regulation, uses music concerts and social media for marketing

Tobacco company in Indonesia skirts regulation, uses music concerts and social media for marketing

August 6, 2018 By Putu Ayu Swandewi Astuti & Becky Freeman

PT HM Sampoerna/Philip Morris International uses creativity and empowerment messages through social media to market their cigarettes to a younger audience. www.shutterstock.com Putu Ayu Swandewi Astuti, University of Sydney dan Becky Freeman, University of Sydney In the era of selfies, “likes,” and #hashtags, the tobacco industry has adapted its marketing strategies and embraced social media […]

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Indonesian Media in Brief: Indonesia’s first Light Rail Transit debuts ahead of Asian Games

Indonesian Media in Brief: Indonesia’s first Light Rail Transit debuts ahead of Asian Games

August 3, 2018 By Ella Nugraha

The first light rail transit (LRT) system in Indonesia officially commenced operations in Palembang, South Sumatra on 1 August 2018. Construction began in October 2015 with a total cost of Rp 10.9 trillion (US$760 million). The route comprises of 13 stations across a 23-kilometre track, connecting Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Airport to Jakabaring Sport City. […]

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Membantu remaja melawan PTM / Helping students combat NCDs

Membantu remaja melawan PTM / Helping students combat NCDs

August 2, 2018

Bahasa Indonesia Mengubah kebiasaan kita adalah proses yang kompleks, tetapi hal ini penting untuk melawan penyakit tidak menular (PTM). Dalam proyek ini, Dr Mora Claramita dari Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada memimpin penulisan dua buku yang ditujukan untuk para siswa sekolah. Buku-buku tersebut berisi berbagai macam informasi dan aktivitas yang bertujuan untuk mempromosikan gaya hidup […]

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How Australia can meet Indonesia’s demand for high quality skills training

How Australia can meet Indonesia’s demand for high quality skills training

August 1, 2018 By Nigel Carpenter

President Widodo has elevated infrastructure investment to the top priority and has an enormous investment agenda. In this case it appears likely that a major constraint will be skills. Already, key projects are heavily staffed by foreigners – a practice that Indonesia simply can’t sustain. Indonesia is a fiercely independent country with an economy that […]

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In Conversation with Nigel Carpenter, CEO of Sustainable Skills

In Conversation with Nigel Carpenter, CEO of Sustainable Skills

August 1, 2018

Nigel Carpenter is the Chief Executive Officer of Sustainable Skills – a global, not-for-profit consultancy that develops, supports, and assists effective vocational education and training systems worldwide. Nigel discusses the opportunities for Australian business to increase the capacity of the Indonesian workforce through skills and training programs.

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