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Who will study Indonesia in the future?

  • Professor Edward Aspinall, Associate Professor Sharyn Davies and Professor Vedi Hadiz,

Economic and cultural biases tend to lead to Australian governments and elite institutions (including universities) looking past Asia in favour of Europe and North America.

Indonesia’s fight for a law against sexual violence needs to involve a discussion of Islamic values

  • Dr Dina Afrianty,

Time and again, Indonesians have been confronted by a conversation over the role of women defined and bound by cultural and traditional values.

WEBINAR: Asian states and their diasporas

China India and Indonesia are increasingly seeing the huge potential of their diasporas for economic development.

There needs to be greater equality within Indonesia’s diasporic communities if their strengths are to be properly realised

  • Annisa D. Amalia, Muhamad Arif, Arivia T.D Yuliestiana,

Indonesia has active diasporic communities with vast potential to enhance the nation’s economic prosperity.

INTRODUCTION: Transnationalism, diaspora and the migration-development nexus in Asia and Australia

  • Professor Andrew Rosser and Associate Professor Yan Tan,

The impacts of transnational linkages and diaspora are huge and include trade and investment, livelihoods for poor people, and migrant workers’ rights.