Promoting stronger education, skills and training partnerships between Australia and Indonesia

About Skills Futures

The way we learn and work is changing, and Indonesia’s booming young generation wants to be at the forefront of this change. Increasing productivity and participating in a new age of industry transformation will require people with the right skills.

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skills gaps

Corporate recruitment in Indonesia: what employers think

Based on a series of in-depth interviews with corporate employers conducted by the AIC and the Monash Indonesia Representative Office, this Backgrounder Read more


“I will fight for the freedom to learn”: a speech by Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim

Wherever you are, make a small change. If all teachers play their part, the big ship that is Indonesia will begin to move.

financial inclusion

Financial inclusion: Lessons from Australia

As Indonesia rises as an economic powerhouse, how can its leaders ensure the financial inclusion of women remains on the agenda? Indonesia Read more

vocational education and training

Jen Bahen from TAFE Directors Australia explains how to enter the Indonesian market

With an ambitious skills reform agenda on the table, Indonesia is searching for ways to tap into the massive potential of its Read more


‘Two neighbours, partners in prosperity’: What IA-CEPA means for Australia-Indonesia economic ties

A recent panel discussion looked at IA-CEPA as a platform to reinvigorate Australia and Indonesia’s economic relationship “The problem is this: no Read more

Up the Game: Issues, risks and challenges in Indonesia’s E-Commerce Cyber security

Indonesia’s digital economy is massively important, but without reliable cybersecurity systems, 150 million users remain exposed to security threats.