Day: October 18, 2021

BRIN facilitates utilization of technology in farming for public

The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) facilitates the use of technology, such as in the farming sector, for the people, so that they can reap substantial benefits. “The BRIN will introduce applicative technology in accordance with the potential and the need of people in the region,” BRIN’s official, Satriyo

2021 Human Rights Festival reflects government’s commitment: Official

Deputy V of the Presidential Staff Office Jaleswari Pramodhawardani affirmed that the 2021 Human Rights Festival is a form of the government’s commitment to realizing human rights-friendly districts and cities. She highlighted the Presidential Staff Office’s enthusiasm to become involved in the event, initiated by the International NGO Forum on

Ministry details efforts to protect Indonesians from death penalty

The Foreign Affairs Ministry has detailed efforts made by the government to protect Indonesian citizens (WNI) from the death penalty abroad. “There are three principles that we adhere to protect Indonesian citizens which are regulated in the Minister of Foreign Affairs’ Regulation Number 5 of 2018,” Director for the Protection

Pandjaitan cautions against third COVID-19 wave at year end

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, has urged Indonesians to exercise caution considering the possibility of a COVID-19 third wave during Christmas and New Year’s Eve this year. “We urge residents to abide by the health protocols as we need to be cautious of the possible

Sustainable fashion is not trend but obligation: IFC

Sustainable fashion is not just an annual trend but an obligation that should be fulfilled by the fashion industry in Indonesia, National Chairman of the Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC) Ali Charisma stated. The fashion industry is one of the biggest contributors of waste in the world, Charisma pointed out. Europe

New US-UNICEF agreement inked to support Indonesia’s COVID-19 response

The US government and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) signed a new five-year agreement to support Indonesia’s response to the immediate risks of the COVID-19 pandemic and its long-term impacts on children. The US government inked the new five-year agreement with UNICEF through the United States Agency for International