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Nahdlatul Ulama’s new chair faces a difficult choice: political neutrality or patronage

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What will the election of Yahya Cholil Staquf as the new leader of Nahdlatul Ulama mean for Indonesia's largest Islamic organisation, and politics more broadly?

Best of 2021

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Indonesia at Melbourne will be taking a short break over the New Year period. Here we present the articles and episodes that attracted your attention in 2021. We look forward to seeing you again in mid-January 2022!

Talking Indonesia: universities and international research collaboration

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How are Indonesian universities navigating the tension between calls for greater internationalisation and an obstructive legal and visa regime? Dr Dave McRae chats to Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Rector Professor Panut Mulyono in a special Policy in Focus episode.

Who will study Indonesia in the future?

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The number of Australian students studying Indonesian has fallen dramatically from its heyday in the 90s. But the growing strength of Indonesia’s universities could help establish a new way for the countries to work together.

Talking Indonesia: climate change

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Is the Indonesian government united in its response to climate change? Does Indonesia have the capacity to implement its climate change response framework? Dr Dave McRae discusses these issues and more with Dr Josi Khatarina in Talking Indonesia.

Building back better from Covid-19 for a greying society

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Recognising that Indonesia's population is getting older, the government recently launched a national ageing strategy. The challenge will now be making sure its plans are actually implemented.

Nahdlatul Ulama leadership race vulnerable to political intervention

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As the race for Nahdlatul Ulama's next leader heats up, there are already indications that competition between the two leading contenders is becoming increasingly politicised.

Women have been hit harder by the pandemic. As Indonesia assumes leadership of the G20, it has a chance to do something about the problem.

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If Indonesia is going to lead global economic recovery from Covid-19, recovery plans must address gender inequality.  

Religious freedom, harmony or moderation? Government attempts to manage diversity

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The government has recently promoted the concept of 'religious moderation' in its attempts to manage religious diversity in Indonesia. But there are several problems with the approach.

Nahdlatul Ulama’s new chair faces a difficult choice: political neutrality or patronage

, ,
What will the election of Yahya Cholil Staquf as the new leader of Nahdlatul Ulama mean for Indonesia's largest Islamic organisation, and politics more broadly?

Best of 2021

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Indonesia at Melbourne will be taking a short break over the New Year period. Here we present the articles and episodes that attracted your attention in 2021. We look forward to seeing you again in mid-January 2022!

Talking Indonesia: universities and international research collaboration

, ,
How are Indonesian universities navigating the tension between calls for greater internationalisation and an obstructive legal and visa regime? Dr Dave McRae chats to Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Rector Professor Panut Mulyono in a special Policy in Focus episode.

Who will study Indonesia in the future?

, , ,
The number of Australian students studying Indonesian has fallen dramatically from its heyday in the 90s. But the growing strength of Indonesia’s universities could help establish a new way for the countries to work together.

Talking Indonesia: climate change

,
Is the Indonesian government united in its response to climate change? Does Indonesia have the capacity to implement its climate change response framework? Dr Dave McRae discusses these issues and more with Dr Josi Khatarina in Talking Indonesia.

Building back better from Covid-19 for a greying society

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Recognising that Indonesia's population is getting older, the government recently launched a national ageing strategy. The challenge will now be making sure its plans are actually implemented.

Nahdlatul Ulama leadership race vulnerable to political intervention

,
As the race for Nahdlatul Ulama's next leader heats up, there are already indications that competition between the two leading contenders is becoming increasingly politicised.

Women have been hit harder by the pandemic. As Indonesia assumes leadership of the G20, it has a chance to do something about the problem.

, ,
If Indonesia is going to lead global economic recovery from Covid-19, recovery plans must address gender inequality.  

Religious freedom, harmony or moderation? Government attempts to manage diversity

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The government has recently promoted the concept of 'religious moderation' in its attempts to manage religious diversity in Indonesia. But there are several problems with the approach.

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