The EU-funded documentary film “Semesta” – directed by Chairun Nissa and co-produced by Mandy Marahimin and Nicholas Saputra – will start streaming on Netflix as of 17 August 2020, coinciding with Indonesia’s 75th Independence Day.
The European Union (EU) has signed three grant agreements worth €5.3 million or IDR 86 billion with European and Indonesian NGOs working in partnership to help Indonesia contain the COVID-19 outbreak and its social and economic consequences.
Erasmus+ is the European Union (EU) programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. Erasmus+ funds academic mobility and cooperation projects that involve partners from "Programme Countries" and "Partner Countries" throughout the world. Erasmus+
Europe on Screen, the longest-running international film festival in Indonesia, is coming back this year, 3-12 May 2018, bringing dozens of quality European movies to Jakarta, Bandung, Medan, Denpasar, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.
This publication features 10 stories authored by young Indonesian writers who won the "Our Ocean" Short Story Contest. The contest was inspired by the Our Ocean Conference hosted by the European Union in Malta in 2017 and in view of the next edition of the Conference to be held in Bali,
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The EU-supported project Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) held a Workshop on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence for Judges, Magistrates and Prosecutors of Indonesia in Jakarta on 22-25 January 2019. Philippine trainers, trained under the projects GLACY and GLACY+, were delighted to