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  •   Five Digital Indonesia: connectivity and convergence book launches were held at five leading universities in Australia. This is in addition to the three held in Indonesia. The book was launched in Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. —– The first one was held Flinders University in Adelaide in conjunction […]

    Five Digital Indonesia book launches in Australia

      Five Digital Indonesia: connectivity and convergence book launches were held at five leading universities in Australia. This is in addition to the three held in Indonesia. The book was launched in Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. —– The first one was held Flinders University in Adelaide in conjunction […]

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  •   Now in its fifth year, the 2017 Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum was one of the largest ever held, with more than 160 attendance, above the target of 100 participants. The 2017 Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum (HSPF) was held on 3 July 2017, in cooperation with the Centre for Strategic […]

    2017 Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum and Update Book Launch

      Now in its fifth year, the 2017 Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum was one of the largest ever held, with more than 160 attendance, above the target of 100 participants. The 2017 Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum (HSPF) was held on 3 July 2017, in cooperation with the Centre for Strategic […]

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  • ANU Indonesia Project is proud to support the first Indonesia Study Group (ISG) Roadshow organised by the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, titled Jakarta Gubernatorial elections: outcomes and implications. Marcus Mietzner from ANU and Ian Wilson from Murdoch University will discuss the second round of Jakarta’s hotly contested gubernatorial elections. […]

    [ISG Roadshow] Jakarta gubernatorial elections: outcomes and implications

    ANU Indonesia Project is proud to support the first Indonesia Study Group (ISG) Roadshow organised by the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, titled Jakarta Gubernatorial elections: outcomes and implications. Marcus Mietzner from ANU and Ian Wilson from Murdoch University will discuss the second round of Jakarta’s hotly contested gubernatorial elections. […]

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  • On 25 January 2017, Adjunct Associate Professor Chris Manning (The Australian National University and Gadjah Mada University) and Sarah Dong (The Australian National University) presented their early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The presentation was attended by academics, students, […]

    [ISG] Economic consolidation, on-going reforms and labour market change

    On 25 January 2017, Adjunct Associate Professor Chris Manning (The Australian National University and Gadjah Mada University) and Sarah Dong (The Australian National University) presented their early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The presentation was attended by academics, students, […]

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  • Combating corruption in Indonesia is a monumental task, even for a president. On 26 October 2016, Professor Denny Indrayana (The University of Melbourne and Gadjah Mada University) shared his personal experiences of the fight against corruption during Yudhoyono’s government. Mr. Indrayana started his presentation by elaborating a political equation for […]

    [ISG] Combating corruption in Yudhoyono’s Indonesia: an insider’s perspective

    Combating corruption in Indonesia is a monumental task, even for a president. On 26 October 2016, Professor Denny Indrayana (The University of Melbourne and Gadjah Mada University) shared his personal experiences of the fight against corruption during Yudhoyono’s government. Mr. Indrayana started his presentation by elaborating a political equation for […]

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  • On 24 November 2016, Jonatan Lassa from Charles Darwin University presented an Indonesia Study Group seminar. Global disaster risk governance frameworks as well as alternative climate governance model often suggests countries and local governments to create multi-stakeholder platforms and to catalyse the institutionalisation of risk reduction and adaptation actions. The […]

    [ISG] Sustaining climate risk governance in Indonesian cities

    On 24 November 2016, Jonatan Lassa from Charles Darwin University presented an Indonesia Study Group seminar. Global disaster risk governance frameworks as well as alternative climate governance model often suggests countries and local governments to create multi-stakeholder platforms and to catalyse the institutionalisation of risk reduction and adaptation actions. The […]

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  • On 22 November 2016, Bhayu Purnomo from the Fiscal Policy Office (Badan Kebijakan Fiskal or BKF), Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, presented a long term economic model based on population, participation, and productivity (3P) framework. The model was the result of his secondment at the Australian Treasury and would be implemented […]

    Long term economic model : in cooperation between Australia Treasury and Indonesia Ministry of Finance

    On 22 November 2016, Bhayu Purnomo from the Fiscal Policy Office (Badan Kebijakan Fiskal or BKF), Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, presented a long term economic model based on population, participation, and productivity (3P) framework. The model was the result of his secondment at the Australian Treasury and would be implemented […]

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  • On 7 June 2016, Dr Riatu Qibthiyyah from The University of Indonesia and Dr Ariane Utomo from The Australian National University presented early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The paper put emphasis on  the recent developments of Indonesia’s demography […]

    [ISG] Survey of Recent Developments: Family Matters

    On 7 June 2016, Dr Riatu Qibthiyyah from The University of Indonesia and Dr Ariane Utomo from The Australian National University presented early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The paper put emphasis on  the recent developments of Indonesia’s demography […]

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  • Indonesia’s vastness and topographic conditions had made the information and communication technologies (ICTs) accessibility varied between areas. The digital divide or the gap between individuals in different geographic areas and demographic categories influenced the variety of economic and social activities. On 29 June 2016, Dr Onno Purbo from Sekolah Tinggi […]

    [ISG] Bridging the digital divide in Indonesia

    Indonesia’s vastness and topographic conditions had made the information and communication technologies (ICTs) accessibility varied between areas. The digital divide or the gap between individuals in different geographic areas and demographic categories influenced the variety of economic and social activities. On 29 June 2016, Dr Onno Purbo from Sekolah Tinggi […]

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  • After the historic referendum in 1999, West Timor had become home for East Timorese who voted to be Indonesians. Through long-term engagements in the complex politics of occupation, migration, and democratization, they had rebuilt and transformed their political activities. On 15 June 2016, Dr Andrey Damaledo from The Australian National […]

    [ISG] Transforming politics: East Timorese political activism in West Timor

    After the historic referendum in 1999, West Timor had become home for East Timorese who voted to be Indonesians. Through long-term engagements in the complex politics of occupation, migration, and democratization, they had rebuilt and transformed their political activities. On 15 June 2016, Dr Andrey Damaledo from The Australian National […]

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