The Indonesian government has laid a solid foundation for digital transformation in the 2020–2024 National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN), including efforts to create new unicorns.
The high youth unemployment rate is one of Indonesia’s development issues. A World Bank study noted that Indonesia’s youth unemployment rate is the highest in Southeast Asia.
In the seminars, SMERU delivers results of its studies and hosts discussions on policy agenda for accelerating digital skills improvement in Indonesia.
Through the seminar series, The SMERU Research Institute provides a medium for discussions about the importance of pushing for digital transformation as a way to accelerate the postpandemic recovery in Indonesia and open more work opportunities for women.
The primary aim of this parallel session is to inform core leaders within the G20 of the importance of redefining our knowledge regarding inequality, human capital, and well-being issues in order to fully capture how the pandemic has affected our lives.