Constitutional amendment: why now?

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Political elites are pushing to amend the 1945 Indonesian Constitution again, despite the far more pressing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and a complete absence of public demand for change.

Anxiety, unpreparedness and distrust: Indonesia’s careful response to AUKUS

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The arrival of AUKUS has stirred anxieties about Indonesia’s strategic role in the Indo-Pacific region and its implications for trust and stability.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


Two countries, two identities? The split lives of the Indonesian diaspora in Melbourne

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Young Indonesians moving between Indonesia and Australia struggle with language, ethnicity and belonging.

Constitutional amendment: why now?

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Political elites are pushing to amend the 1945 Indonesian Constitution again, despite the far more pressing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and a complete absence of public demand for change.

Talking Indonesia: eliminating dengue

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Professor Adi Utarini from the Eliminate Dengue Project at Gadjah Mada University (UGM) was recently named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People. In Talking Indonesia this week, Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Professor Utarini about her research, and whether we are getting closer to eliminating dengue.

Anxiety, unpreparedness and distrust: Indonesia’s careful response to AUKUS

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The arrival of AUKUS has stirred anxieties about Indonesia’s strategic role in the Indo-Pacific region and its implications for trust and stability.

Islamists back at work, pushing conservative gender politics as a ‘response’ to Covid-19

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The Prosperous Justice Party's failed attempt to promote polygamy as a solution to the Covid-19 pandemic was misogynistic and displayed a belief that women and girls can only participate in society as wives.

Luhut reporting activists for defamation is another blow to freedom of expression

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Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan's report against human rights activists Haris Azhar and Fatia Maulidiyanti is the latest case in a worrying trend where public officials have weaponised defamation provisions to silence critics.

Talking Indonesia: Papua, food and racism

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How do racial discrimination and agricultural development interact to affect indigenous communities' right to food in West Papua? Dr Annisa Beta chats to Dr Sophie Chao in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Can Australia’s declining Indonesia literacy survive Covid-19 cuts?

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Virtual 'study abroad' programs have kept students engaged with Indonesia despite the Covid-19 pandemic. But government, universities and business need to provide students with more opportunities to continue building on their language and Indonesian expertise in Australia.

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and creative workers

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How have Yogyakarta’s young artists managed during the pandemic? How are they making ends meet while still channelling their creative passions? Dr Charlotte Setijadi discusses these issues and more with Dr Oki Radianto Sutopo in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Two countries, two identities? The split lives of the Indonesian diaspora in Melbourne

,
Young Indonesians moving between Indonesia and Australia struggle with language, ethnicity and belonging.

Constitutional amendment: why now?

, ,
Political elites are pushing to amend the 1945 Indonesian Constitution again, despite the far more pressing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and a complete absence of public demand for change.

Talking Indonesia: eliminating dengue

,
Professor Adi Utarini from the Eliminate Dengue Project at Gadjah Mada University (UGM) was recently named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People. In Talking Indonesia this week, Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Professor Utarini about her research, and whether we are getting closer to eliminating dengue.

Anxiety, unpreparedness and distrust: Indonesia’s careful response to AUKUS

, ,
The arrival of AUKUS has stirred anxieties about Indonesia’s strategic role in the Indo-Pacific region and its implications for trust and stability.

Islamists back at work, pushing conservative gender politics as a ‘response’ to Covid-19

, ,
The Prosperous Justice Party's failed attempt to promote polygamy as a solution to the Covid-19 pandemic was misogynistic and displayed a belief that women and girls can only participate in society as wives.

Luhut reporting activists for defamation is another blow to freedom of expression

,
Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan's report against human rights activists Haris Azhar and Fatia Maulidiyanti is the latest case in a worrying trend where public officials have weaponised defamation provisions to silence critics.

Talking Indonesia: Papua, food and racism

, ,
How do racial discrimination and agricultural development interact to affect indigenous communities' right to food in West Papua? Dr Annisa Beta chats to Dr Sophie Chao in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Can Australia’s declining Indonesia literacy survive Covid-19 cuts?

,
Virtual 'study abroad' programs have kept students engaged with Indonesia despite the Covid-19 pandemic. But government, universities and business need to provide students with more opportunities to continue building on their language and Indonesian expertise in Australia.

Talking Indonesia: Covid-19 and creative workers

,
How have Yogyakarta’s young artists managed during the pandemic? How are they making ends meet while still channelling their creative passions? Dr Charlotte Setijadi discusses these issues and more with Dr Oki Radianto Sutopo in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


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