Thursday, June 20, 2024

Tag: Public Affairs

The government says that Indonesia has the potential to be a leading regional producer of hydrogen and ammonia, with its competitive adavantage in clean hydrogen production. […]
A labor union of mining and energy industry has called on the Ministry of Industry to visit and hold an investigation into the recent work accident within the Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP) in Morowali regency, Central Sulawesi. […]
Minister of Finance, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, says spatial poverty remains a significant challenge for Indonesia that the government is actively working to reduce poverty levels in line with the improving national economic growth. […]
The government has planned to grant mining permits for six religious organizations in Indonesia, namely Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and Muhammadiyah Muslim organizations, the Indonesian Catholic Bishop’s Conference (KWI), Protestant’s Indonesian Communion of Churches (PGI), Buddhism and Hinduism organizations. […]
The Mining Advocacy Network (Jatam) joins a group of mining experts and activists who have objected to the government’s decision to issue a government regulation that grant mining permits to religious mass organizations. The network accuses the granting of permits to the mass organization of politically motivated. […]
President of the Labor Party and chairman of the Confederation of Indonesian Trade Unions (KSPI), Said Iqbal, said that thousands of workers will hold a rally in front of the Palace against the Public Housing Savings (Tapera) program on Thursday, June 6, 2024. […]
The caustic gas leakage incident at the production facility of PT Pindo Deli Pulp and Paper, a subsidiary of Asia Pulp & Paper or Sinar Mas Group, on Saturday, January 20, 2024, was not the first occurrence as it echoed a similar incident in 2023. […]
Law enforcement authorities have arrested Indra Charismiadji, spokesperson for the Anies Baswedan-Muhaimin Iskandar (AMIN) National Team and a legislative candidate from the NasDem Party.  […]
The nickel workers’s union staged a protest on Wednesday, demanding companies to adhere to occupational health and safety laws. This ultimatum follows the recent explosion at the smelter furnace owned by PT Indonesia Tsingshan Stainless Steel (ITSS) in Morowali, Central Sulawesi. […]
Australia is grappling with a housing backlog as a million immigrants arrive. Iwan Sunito, CEO of One Global Capital, shares insights into the situation. […]
Bahlil Lahadalia, the Indonesian Minister of Investment and Head of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), has confirmed that the government will proceed with Xinyi Group’s investment plans in Rempang, Batam, Kepulauan Riau. However, the government will prioritize the welfare and rights of the residents of Rempang in this investment process. […]
Several foreign companies are being scrutinized as potential contributors to deteriorating air quality in various regions of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. Many of these companies, which operate plantations, are foreign-based or listed on foreign stock exchanges, but the specific culprits remain unidentified. […]
In response to the growing water crisis in Indonesia, Universitas Pertahanan (Defense University) in collaboration with Indonesia Business Post Media organized a Water Security Seminar – Technology for Indonesia on September 22, 2023. […]
The IKN Authority collaborates with various parties to realize IKN as an ecotourism city that uses the concept of a sustainable urban forest. […]
The Gini ratio index in March 2023 illustrates that the gap in spending between the poor and the rich in Indonesia has increased and reached a record high in the last five years. […]
Bank Indonesia (BI) expressed its readiness to redenominate the Rupiah. Despite this, several experts have shed light on the risks and challenges. […]
Several survey institutes released results of survey conducted in different categories of respondents. The results vary but mostly put Prabowo or Ganjar on top. […]
According to cybersecurity agency Palo Alto Networks, Indonesia is the third country with the highest number of ransomware attacks in Southeast Asia. Check Point Software Technologies’ study found that cyberattacks on Indonesia’s finance and banking industry topped the list, with an average of 2,730 attacks per week since January 2022. […]
Women journalists remains vulnerable to sexual harassment and gender-based violence.A survey involving 1,256 respondents revealed that 85.7 percent women journalists have experienced gender-based violence. […]
Thousands of medical personnel and professionals protested the new Health Draft Bill. They argued that the draft bill did not provide legal protection for legal personnel and professionals. […]
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio asked the Biden administration to investigate Ford Motor Co’s plan to partner with PT Vale Indonesia, and China’s Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt in a $4.5 billion nickel processing facility in Indonesia for the production of EV batteries. […]
PT Kereta Commuter Indonesia (KCI) will procure 16 new trains sets from PT Industri Kereta Api (Persero) valued at IDR 4 trillion. At the same time, KCI is still continuing its plan to import used trains from Japan. […]
Reporters Without Borders ranks Indonesia in position 108 out of 180 countries in terms of press freedom. The Indonesian Criminal Code and Law on Information and Electronic Transaction only makes matter worse as both laws open the way to criminalize journalists. […]
Illegal cigarette sales are a major problem in Indonesia, which causes not only losses to the state but also health risks to consumers. Illegal cigarettes are sold much lower than regular prices and can cause harmful substances. […]
An Indonesian actor revealed an alleged practice of monopoly within Indonesian detention centers and penitentiary. Son of Minister of Law and Human Rights Yasonna Laoly is allegedly involved in the monopoly practice. […]
A recent survey on public satisfaction against President Jokowi shows that the public is relatively content with the government. the survey results showed a 78.5 percent of public satisfaction rating against the performance of President Jokowi. […]
A shooting incident occurred at the office of the Indonesian Ulema Council. The perpetrator died and two people were reported to be injured. There was no fatalities reported so far. […]
The recent hot weather phenomenon had bring about an overall increase in temperature. The scorching heat is seen as a threat to food security in Indonesia as it may causes severe drought and harvest failure. […]
The Association of Indonesian Trade Unions (ASPEK Indonesia) submit several demands in an effort to fight against detrimental policies stated in the Omnibus Law. Laborers demand the Omnibus Law to be revoked and basic laborer welfare provisions to be reinstated. […]
The Indonesian government will develop 47 twelve-story apartment towers for State Apparatus at the new Nusantara Capital. The construction of the towers will involve foreign investors. […]