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Apr 07, 2015

Making their way

Making their way

Indonesia needs to create better pathways from school to work

By Michele Ford

Apr 07, 2015

Underemployed ambitions

Underemployed ambitions

Struggling in their transition from education to work, educated young people in rural Flores are often both dependent on and critical of local social support networks

By Thijs Schut

Apr 07, 2015

Would I like to be a farmer?

Would I like to be a farmer?

Rural youth in rice-growing villages explain their doubts and aspirations about a future in agriculture

By AKATIGA and Ben White

Apr 07, 2015

Negotiating access

Negotiating access

Entering a competitive work environment, young men in Cilegon find their ambitions for employment hampered

By Suzanne Naafs

Apr 07, 2015

Aspiring to become a civil servant

Aspiring to become a civil servant

Trying to secure a government job, educated youth in Pontianak are rethinking the meaning of work and middle class success

By Wenty Marina Minza

Apr 07, 2015

Boosting youth entrepreneurship in creative industries

Boosting youth entrepreneurship in creative industries

Campaigns to promote creative industries promise new avenues of entrepreneurship for creative youth, but real career options remain uncertain 

By Kathleen Azali

Apr 06, 2015

A woman’s place

A woman’s place

Educated urban youth continue to express gendered work–family expectations

By Ariane Utomo

Jun 14, 2015

How vulnerable is Indonesia to future climate change?

How vulnerable is Indonesia to future climate change?

To understand the future of Indonesian precipitation, climate scientists are looking into...

By Satrio Adi Wicaksono

Jun 04, 2015

A gallery of Inside Indonesia magazine covers, 1983-2007

A gallery of Inside Indonesia magazine covers, 1983-2007

Inside Indonesia celebrates more than twenty years of vibrant and sometimes provocative...

By Inside Indonesia

Jun 03, 2015

Photo essay: Men you might know

Photo essay: Men you might know

Hansen's photo essay captures the faces of the men of Salatiga, Central...

By Garret O. Hansen

May 19, 2015

Book Review: Tiger Stone

Book Review: Tiger Stone

Deryn Mansell’s novel opens a window into Indonesia for younger readers

By Elena Williams

May 04, 2015

Petrol subsidy cuts: Taming a tricky beast

Petrol subsidy cuts: Taming a tricky beast

Petrol subsidies have gone, but at what cost to Indonesia’s poor?

By Iona Main

Apr 26, 2015

What are your true colours?: A conversation

What are your true colours?: A conversation

A brief conversation between strangers provokes thoughts on Australia–Indonesia relations Essays and Fiction is...

By Delita Sartika

Apr 21, 2015

Engaging young Indonesians in politics and the case of WikiDPR

Engaging young Indonesians in politics and the case of WikiDPR

A new volunteer movement is shining a light on Indonesia’s parliament and...

By Michael Hatherell

Mar 22, 2015

Interview: Oppenheimer on The Look of Silence

Interview: Oppenheimer on The Look of Silence

Following on from the award winning documentary The Act of Killing, director Joshua...

By Jess Melvin

Mar 22, 2015

Film review: Refusing to forget

Film review: Refusing to forget

The Look of Silence exposes the festering wound of impunity Jess Melvin If The...

By Jess Melvin

Edition 120: Youth Employment Prospects and Aspirations

Youth employment prospects and aspirations

Young Indonesians display considerable resourcefulness in coping with difficult pathways into work, but more comprehensive policies are needed to improve their job prospects

Apr 06, 2015 - Yatun Sastramidjaja and Suzanne Naafs

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