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  • There were 21 Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars  held in 2018, with 13 of those in the first semester and the remaining were held in the second semester. The seminars continued to serve wide-ranging topics of Indonesian society, from labour market, family planning, 2019 election, to the apocalyptic discourses on […]

    The Indonesia Study Group in the second semester of 2018

    There were 21 Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars  held in 2018, with 13 of those in the first semester and the remaining were held in the second semester. The seminars continued to serve wide-ranging topics of Indonesian society, from labour market, family planning, 2019 election, to the apocalyptic discourses on […]

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  • By Deasy Pane On 4 October 2018, Mr Djatmiko Witjaksono, Head of the Centre for the Assessment of International Trade Cooperation from the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, visited ANU Indonesia Project to discuss trade related topics and current global economic challenges with ANU academics and PhD students. The discussion was […]

    Discussion with the Indonesian Ministry of Trade

    By Deasy Pane On 4 October 2018, Mr Djatmiko Witjaksono, Head of the Centre for the Assessment of International Trade Cooperation from the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, visited ANU Indonesia Project to discuss trade related topics and current global economic challenges with ANU academics and PhD students. The discussion was […]

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  • PUBLIC LECTURE Human capital development in the digitalisation era Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia     Monday 5 November 2018, 11am – 12.30pm Molonglo Theatre JG Crawford Building #132 Lennox Crossing, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 2601 Registration is closed for this event […]

    Public Lecture by HE Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati. Human capital development in the digitalisation era

    PUBLIC LECTURE Human capital development in the digitalisation era Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia     Monday 5 November 2018, 11am – 12.30pm Molonglo Theatre JG Crawford Building #132 Lennox Crossing, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 2601 Registration is closed for this event […]

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  • On 2 October 2018, Indonesia Project’s visiting fellow, Rhita Simorangkir (Charles University, Prague) presented some preliminary findings of her paper titled “Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy”, as parts of the Trade and Development seminar series hosted by the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. This paper addresses the two […]

    Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy

    On 2 October 2018, Indonesia Project’s visiting fellow, Rhita Simorangkir (Charles University, Prague) presented some preliminary findings of her paper titled “Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy”, as parts of the Trade and Development seminar series hosted by the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. This paper addresses the two […]

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  •   On 20 September 2018, ANU Indonesia Project, together with the Indonesia Institute, hosted a special report launching of Perth USAsia Centre recent publication, titled Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era. Professor Gordon Flake, the founding CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, kicked off the discussion with his […]

    Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era

      On 20 September 2018, ANU Indonesia Project, together with the Indonesia Institute, hosted a special report launching of Perth USAsia Centre recent publication, titled Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era. Professor Gordon Flake, the founding CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, kicked off the discussion with his […]

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  • During Philips Vermonte’s Indonesia Study Group seminar on patterns of political party coalition in Indonesia last April   Thirteen Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the first semester of 2018. The seminars discussed wide-ranging aspects of Indonesian society: from national food security, the relation between army and Indonesian genocide, […]

    The Indonesia Study Group in the first semester of 2018

    During Philips Vermonte’s Indonesia Study Group seminar on patterns of political party coalition in Indonesia last April   Thirteen Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the first semester of 2018. The seminars discussed wide-ranging aspects of Indonesian society: from national food security, the relation between army and Indonesian genocide, […]

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