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We publish a variety of reports, working papers, policy briefs, and other publications for policymakers and the public. Explore our publications dating back to 1998.

Women and Digitisation: Promises and Challenges of Internet Use in the Indonesian Labour Market

The chapters in this volume bring gender to the centre stage and provide reflections on the political, economic, social, and cultural progress and barriers in achieving gender equality and diversity in Indonesia.

How Does Granting Teacher Autonomy Influence Classroom Instruction? Lessons From Indonesia’s Curriculum Reform Implementation

This research seeks to understand how a curriculum reform that emphasizes student-centered learning influences classroom instruction. The new curriculum is designed by the government of Indonesia to grant autonomy to teachers in re-emphasizing learning according to the student’s needs and local context.
January, 2024 | Niken Kusumawardhani
The chapters in this volume bring gender to the centre stage and provide reflections on the political, economic, social, and cultural progress and barriers in achieving gender equality and diversity in Indonesia.
December, 2023 | Risa Wardatun Nihayah, Wahyu Farrah Dina, Dyana Wjayanti, Annabel Noor Asyah
This research seeks to understand how a curriculum reform that emphasizes student-centered learning influences classroom instruction. The new curriculum is designed by the government of Indonesia to grant autonomy to teachers in re-emphasizing learning according to the student’s needs and local context.
December, 2023 | The SMERU Research Institute
November, 2023 | Nila Warda, Asep Kurniawan, Dyan Widyaningsih, Sylvia Andriyani Kusumandari, Dimitri Swasthika Nurshadrina
The SMERU Research Institute, with support from the Kurawal Foundation, conducted a study to investigate gaps in existing social protection measures addressing the needs of OAP, using the adaptive social protection (ASP) framework.
August, 2023 | Palmira Permata Bachtiar, Jimmy Daniel Berlianto Oley, Lia Amelia
There is disharmony in the internet network data in villages issued by the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) and the Ministry of Communication and Information (Kemenkominfo).

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