As the world's most populous Muslim country with the fourth largest population, Indonesia has been an interesting area for international development issues, from the co-existence of Muslim and democracy to the double burden of malnutrition and.
Recent IDS studies on Indonesia revolve around mobile phone application for nutrition surveillance, technology and open government, decentralisation of local governance, the politics of inclusion and rural investment climate.
From 1985 to 2017, Indonesia has so far hosted 26 IDS alumni with various MA and Mphil courses. Since the IDS Alumni Network is not limited by the alumni's country of origin and we expect those who live, work or grew up in Indonesia are very much welcome join this country specific network/club.
“It is not the torch in Jakarta that would make Indonesia bright, but rather the candles throughout its villages.” Report from Indonesia Alumni Ne… More...