The rate of domestic violence cases has increased in Indonesia due to the pandemic.
In the history of science, the role of local people often disappears despite their contribution to the development of science.
Indonesia has frequently obstructed global human rights enforcement by rejecting proposals to strengthen the UNHRC and blocking the council's requests to assess the human rights situation in Papua.
To ban or not to ban plastic bag use
COVID-19 will worsen the labour market for Indonesia's young graduates in three ways: higher barriers of entry into the job market, long lasting lower income levels, and worsening labour conditions.
Land acquisition remains a major challenge for Indonesia's increasing renewable energy installations.
An opportunity to make the island's main industry more diverse.
Slave trading was widely carried out during the Dutch colonial period in Indonesia. Widespread racism and slavery occurred in plantations managed by colonial companies.
The racial unrest in the US has drawn accusations of hypocrisy and questions on democratic legitimacy from around the globe, world, including those in Indo-Pacific.
They have led their communities to provide social support to their fellow citizens despite being discriminated against themselves.
Indonesia's 'new normal' directive suffers from three serious flaws.
While those of us from Australia and New Zealand might be starting to relax as restrictions ease, the pandemic is actually growing at an increasing rate worldwide.
Despite clear air as a result of the pandemic reducing human activities, our emissions still soar.
In this week’s round-up of coronavirus articles by scholars around the globe, we explore the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 and the latest on drug trials.
Starting July 1 2020, the Indonesian government will increase almost twice the premiums of its national health insurance to buffer its deficit. However such a move only addresses short-term problems.
Although different, comparing the two causes is important in raising our awareness of discrimination and violence against indigenous Papuans.
Traditional fishers are one of the most economically vulnerable professions in Indonesia. But, my research found that they are happier than those in other professions.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesian teachers have struggled to adapt to online learning. To overcome this, teachers should be taught to be bolder in introducing 'uncertainty in learning'.
Southeast Asia's largest economy, Indonesia, has again shown it prioritises the economy over its people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bappenas conducted a simulation to predict how COVID-19 will impact poverty in Indonesia. Without intervention, the pandemic will drag at least 3.6 million Indonesians into poverty by the end of 2020.