International education is Australia’s largest services export, valued at $35.2 billion, and its vulnerabilities have been exposed in its reliance on bringing students onshore.
The coronavirus pandemic has uncovered a clear and urgent need in Indonesia for improved ICT capacity, through infrastructure, skills and regulation.
[AIC Backgrounder No.2/2020] Seaweed farming is a growth industry in South Sulawesi, and, recognising its potential, the national government has made it a strategic economic priority.
A series of new reports offer a guide for how cities and neighbourhoods in Indonesia can transition to a more sustainable and water sensitive future. The reports are based on two years of research collaboration between Monash University, Universitas Indonesia and Institut Pertanian Bogor, funded by the Australia-Indonesia Centre with support from the Australian Government. […]
While there has been policy in place aimed at promoting Indonesian language learning among Australian students for decades, student enrolments have been in decline since the 1980s.