Griffith University’s Asia Institute will hosted the second annual Australia-Indonesia Dialogue in Jakarta on Tuesday November 25, 2014 where experts addressed a broad agenda covering climate change, urban development, and the changing economic and political relationship between the two countries under Indonesia’s new president, Joko Widodo.
The world’s single largest election day will take place next month, as Indonesians head to the polls. With more than 190 million eligible voters, 800,000 polling stations, 300,000 candidates and 20,000 seats, the numbers are mind-boggling. Nearly as confounding as the politics. To help navigate election complexity, pivotal think-tank Griffith Asia Institute, and key business […]
Enhancing networks, expanding cultural horizons, discovering amazing places and forming lifelong memories, Global Internships provide an opportunity for students to apply the knowledge and practice the skills of their profession in another part of the world, while immersing themselves into a different culture, language, lifestyle and people. To celebrate the completion of the Trimester 3, […]