The Indonesian government recently revised its regulation of the fast-growing on-line ride hailing services that had disrupted the transportation business.
Four of Indonesia’s rivers rank among the 20 most polluted in the world in terms of mismanaged plastic waste measured in metric tons.
When we talk about inequality, the victims that commonly come to mind are the poor. But in fact, inequality harms all parts of the society, including the middle and upper class.
For better or worse social media have become part of politics everywhere in the world, including in Indonesia.
An exterior view of the Indonesian Constitusional Court building in Jakarta
Intolerance has been one of the most discussed topics in Indonesia, a secular country with the world’s biggest Muslim majority, due to a rise in cases of intolerance across the country.
Digital literacy movements require collaboration between the government, social media platforms and the public
Indonesia’s Constitutional Court Thursday rejected defeated presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto’s lawsuit against incumbent Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s victory in the 2019 April presidential election.
Indonesia, whose research budget is still among the lowest in the world, should encourage more research-based innovations to boost its economic growth.
The unexpected election win for Scott Morrison and his Coalition in Australia on 17 May means that refugees in the region continue to face gruelling prospects of finding a durable solution in their search for effective international protection.
Why do some countries grow faster than others? Innovative local companies play a key role.
Malaysia hosts more than 170,000 refugees – significantly higher than neighbouring Indonesia that hosts a little more than 14,000. The new Malaysian government, elected in May 2018, has pledged to ratify the international refugee convention and allow refugees to work in the country. But it has yet to do so.
Indonesians were surprised when Para Wijayanto, leader of the Jema’ah Islamiyah (JI) terrorist network, was arrested earlier this month. The Southeast Asia terrorist network, responsible for the 2002 Bali bombings, is still alive and kicking.
Legal battles are tough for anyone to go through. But for women in Indonesia seeking justice against sexual harassment and sexual violence, dealing with the law is even more trying.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry has failed to communicate the risk of air pollution in the capital, Jakarta, and surrounding areas.
It is important to note that the actual number of women and children with disabilities who have become victims of sexual violence is much higher than the figures reported.