Tracking misinformation and disinformation on TikTok is a difficult feat, a study finds
Realistic and analytical evaluation could save the Indonesian government from adopting legal reform projects that are costly and likely to fail.
As Western and Indonesian academics continue to engage in co-operation, we should find common ways of counteracting discrimination, including discriminatory practices against the LGBT community.
Over decades of gathering, Indonesian waters have been stripped of the highest-priced, best-quality sea cucumbers, while the reefs of northern Australia offer an abundance of these creatures.
There is a strong chance that the needs of students with disabilities may be overlooked.
Indonesians’ desire to have a work-family balance is partially driven by the importance of religion in their lives.
More than 100 world leaders have pledged to end the destruction of forests by 2030 as a way to slow climate change. That will require changing how the world produces four widely used commodities.
Southeast Asia’s largest economy applies different standards when it comes to upholding work rights for migrant workers from Indonesia and other countries.
By scrapping the requirement, the Indonesian government can improve equality of access to basic services and protections that are sorely needed now and in the post-pandemic future.
The affordability of housing prices is important for the nation’s economic growth.
The research has challenged the conventional notion that female journalists are powerless in a male-dominated world.
Indonesia can serve as an important model for the Taliban of how Muslim nations and faith-based organisations can play a big role in expanding girls’ education.
Keeping silent is not a strategic option.
Indonesian public support for the death penalty declines when they learn more about its scope and administration.
Papua, one of Indonesia’s most rural provinces, struggled with online learning during the COVID-19 crisis. Interestingly, it may just be the right moment to invest in Papua’s education technology.
Female residents of Indonesian fishing village Tambak Lorok show a unique response in dealing with the pandemic.
Determining the status of a species must be based on solid scientific evidence with strict criteria.
Results from our preliminary study strongly challenge the assumption that Indonesian parents are barriers to the delivery of school-based sexual health education.
Big Food companies producing ulta-processed foods are using a range of key market and political practices to increase their reach, particularly in developing countries.
Overlooking people with disability in disaster preparations and responses makes them even more vulnerable. A new partnership has shown they can play meaningful and active roles.