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Edition 145: Student (im)mobility between Indonesia and Australia

Monash NCP students at Borodudur, Dec 2017/ Jemma Purdey

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Aug 05, 2021

Learning abroad in the time of COVID-19

Visits to the pasar go virtual / ACICIS

How are Australian and Indonesian students, researchers and institutions weathering the COVID-19 storm, and how can we continue to work together when we can’t go abroad?

By ELENA WILLIAMS & RATIH INDRASWARI

Aug 05, 2021

A ‘new normal’ in the internationalisation of education?

/ Australia Awards DFAT

Indonesia–Australia educational exchange from an Indonesian perspective

By RATIH INDRASWARI & SYLVIA YAZID

Aug 05, 2021

Legacies and new opportunities in student mobility

/ ACICIS

The view from Australia 

By LY TRAN

Aug 05, 2021

A pandemic pivot

Virtual fieldtrips have replaced the real thing, for now / ACICIS

In 2020, for the first time in its 18-year history, ACICIS took its exchange program online

By ELLA S PRIHATINI

Aug 05, 2021

Making peace with the pandemic

COVID-19 has forced students and researchers around the world to conduct their learning and fieldwork online / ILO cc

Travel restrictions have meant that Australian-based researchers and doctoral students have needed to quickly adapt to a new online reality

By NUR AZIZAH

Aug 05, 2021

Berdamai dengan pandemi

 / ILO cc

Pembatasan perjalanan berarti bahwa para peneliti dan mahasiswa doktoral yang berbasis di Australia harus cepat beradaptasi dengan realitas online baru

By NUR AZIZAH

Aug 05, 2021

Diving into online learning

Students inspecting shipwreck artefacts at a Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries warehouse in Cileungsi  / Zainab Tahir

Australia-Indonesia maritime cooperation goes digital

By NATALI PEARSON & ZAINAB TAHIR

Aug 05, 2021

Menyelami pembelajaran secara online

Peserta mengunjungi tempat penyimpanan artefak dari bawah air di Cileingsi / Zainab Tahir

Menyelami pembelajaran secara online

By NATALI PEARSON & ZAINAB TAHIR

Aug 05, 2021

Living rooms and local streets

AIYEP 2020 was held online for the first time in its history / Author

Australian and Indonesian youth continue to ride the ‘AusIndo wave’ through virtual exchange

By VERDANICA DESTA & KATE PURCELL

Sep 01, 2021

A lost generation

'Where we used to be', Central Jakarta, 2020 / ATH

Thousands of children have been orphaned and ostracised as the pandemic crisis...

By ANTON LUCANUS

Aug 31, 2021

Film review: Kinipan

How forest restoration and food estate policies affect local communities

By ARFAN AZIZ

Aug 28, 2021

Photo essay: Banyutowo harmony

Locally bought fishermen’s catch at Banyutowo Fish Auction House

A fishing village on the northern tip of Java stays true to...

By HUTAMA LIMARTA

Aug 11, 2021

Rethinking development

Farmers work a potato farm near a geothermal plant on the Dieng Plateau, on the Indonesian island of Java / Raditya Mahendra Yasa via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).

A deadly accident at a geothermal power plant in North Sumatra in...

By VENANSIUS HARYANTO

Jul 19, 2021

Countering the information void to beat COVID-19

/ Ahmad Tri Hawaari

In the absence of reliable government information, citizens are stepping up to...

By LaporCovid-19

Jul 19, 2021

Carmel Budiardjo (1925-2021)

/ Tapol.org

Human rights campaigner Carmel Budiardjo died aged 96 on 10 July 2021...

By KATHARINE MCGREGOR

Jul 05, 2021

Review: A narrative of denial

By PAT WALSH

Jun 21, 2021

COVID-19 denial in Indonesia

Antara Foto/ Irwansyah Putra

Mixed messaging from government about COVID-19 has left rumours and competing narratives...

By NAJMAH, KUSNAN, SARI ANDAJANI, SHARYN GRAHAM DAVIES & TOM GRAHAM DAVIES

May 31, 2021

Endless stigma of HIV and COVID-19

June 2020/ ILO/F. Latief

HIV-related stigma and is making access to healthcare during the pandemic difficult

By NAJMAH, KUSNAN & SHARYN GRAHAM DAVIES

May 27, 2021

Ki Poedijono (1940-2021)

Poedijono performing Javanese dance at Monash University in the 1970s / Monash University Archives

Obituary 

By LINDA HIBBS

May 20, 2021

Review: Hello says the mountain

By KEITH FOULCHER

This Week

Young men gather at Monas, Jakarta / Francisco Anzola @Flickr creative commons

Reshaping masculine cultures of terroris…

NOOR HUDA ISMAIL

Former members of terror networks are focussing on masculinity’s role in encouraging violent extremism in Indonesia

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