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President Joko Widodo (foreground, second from right), flanked by then Vice President Jusuf Kalla, welcomes Afghan and Pakistani mullahs to the Trilateral Ulema Conference held at Bogor Palace in West Java, Indonesia. Wahyu Putro A/Antara Foto

Indonesia seeks nothing in return for its global peace and foreign aid efforts. It should

Indonesia needs to consider long-term engagement to produce deeper and more sustainable impacts.
Customs officers confiscated illegal alcoholic products in Palu, Central Sulawesi, November 17, 2020. ANTARA FOTO/Mohamad Hamzah/foc.

Is Indonesia’s alcohol bill an appropriate public health measure?

If the Bill is passed without medical and psychological help and strategy, the Indonesia government might put those with alcohol dependency at a serious risk of harm from alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
One of the problems Indonesian academics face during the pandemic is keeping up with teaching responsibilities while making sure their children keep learning. Fenny Selly Antara Foto

Research: Indonesian female academics bear the brunt of the pandemic

While having to carry the added burdens and responsibilities of working from home, Indonesian female academics are also sidelined by policies in universities.
Health workers are preparing COVID-19 vaccine Sinovac during first stage vaccination in Health Center, South Tagerang City, Indonesia, Januari 15, 2021. More than 8.000 health workers there are vacinnated. ANTARA FOTO/Fauzan/foc

Indonesia’s decision to prioritise COVID-19 vaccination to citizens aged 18-59 years old questionable

By prioritising vaccination for the elderly, Indonesia may optimally reduce the hospital burden and COVID-19 deaths amid a limited vaccine supply during the first vaccination phase.
Scenic view of Toba Lake, one of Indonesia’s top tourism destinations. Ringkar Situmorang

The Indigenous people of Urat village in Lake Toba have been left out of rural tourism development

Urat village is one of Indonesia's many potential for rural tourism. However, study finds that indigenous people still feels left out to develop their own tourism business in their own areas.

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