Adila Nurul Ilma

Why digital, media, and information literacy is inextricable in narrowing the digital divide in ASEAN 

This op-ed is part of AASYP’s Digital Dialogues 2021, which is a programme that aims to provide a platform and forum for future leaders from across the region to contribute to the policymaking and diplomacy sphere by engaging in issues relating to Gender and Diversity, Green Recovery, and Emerging Economies. When we think about addressing …

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Walking on Thin Ice: How Indonesia’s Job Creation Bill Poses Risks of Fuelling Modern Slavery

This article is part of AASYP’s “Break the Chain” programme that highlights innovative solutions to modern slavery, human trafficking, and forced labour. On 5 November 2020, the Indonesian government enacted the contentious job creation bill (the “Omnibus Law”) into law. The Omnibus Law is an attempt by the Jokowi administration to improve economic activity by enhancing Indonesia’s …

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