The Australian National University is arguably the world’s leading academic institution for the study of Indonesia outside of Indonesia itself. It has a long history of producing leading research on Indonesia’s society, economy and a large body of staff and students across multiple disciplines with interests in the country.
The ANU Indonesia Institute was established in 2017. It seeks to foster an interest in Indonesia, and to act as a key coordination point for Indonesia-related activities across campus.
The Indonesia Institute will:
- Provide a central online showcase of ANU Indonesia activities;
- Facilitate communication among ANU scholars working on Indonesia;
- Support academic interaction with Indonesia-related visitors to the ANU;
- Consolidate relevant Indonesia-focused activities under one overarching umbrella.