This discussion brings together experts from the USA, Australia and Indonesia.
With advent of COVID-19 mental health became everybody’s business. Join our webinar to find out how this impacts the field.
How can policies can better support migrant workers in return preparedness and safety nets, when planning to return permanently & in moments of disruptions?
The pandemic did not trigger educational access issues for those living in urban poor communities; it just made them worse.
Health authorities should focus their attention on remedying the notion that vaccine side effects are more dangerous than COVID-19 itself
Palakasan is a “negative” social practice that distorted the allocation of the SAP and other aid which local politicians had control over.
In this webinar recording, meet extraordinary individuals sharing their experiences in mental health in Indonesia.
The 2014 coup interrupted mechanisms of local democracy that emerged from innovations in the 1997 constitution.
A webinar for World Mental Health Day will showcase small sample of extraordinary individuals sharing their experiences in mental health in Indonesia.
These events are heavily political in the distinctively clientelistic sense that dominates in Indonesia.
Online and social media shows that several political parties are actively involved in the vaccination program.
Citizen trust in Thailand’s political system has been seriously affected by the problems in the handling of the pandemic.
These case studies analyse both the psychological and communal effects of violence and natural disasters and how communities attempt to overcome their effects.
Dr Ni Win Zaw’s vision and commitment to development of education will take considerable time to replace.
This public health problem demands a radically different solution.
The 2020 Protest posed an existential threat to the Thai state. The government of Prayuth Chan-ocha has enlisted every available weapon to fight back, including COVID-19.
This is not a series of incidental disasters, but the result of structural problems related to capitalist expansion, climate change and recurring global epidemics
Southeast Asian citizens are not providing carte blanche to their governments to wind back civil liberties and political rights.
...creating spaces for civil society should be integral to post-pandemic recovery and reconstruction plans.
Along with the ineffectual lockdown the widely reported graft has fomented outrage and eroded trust in the government’s ability to handle the pandemic and keep its people safe.
Pengakuan pentingnya peran ini bisa memperkuatkan strategi baru.
Incorporating women's experiences and skills would improve pandemic responses.
As their travel documents expire Myanmar migrants risk becoming undocumented and excluded from legal protections by shortcomings in both Myanmar and Thai migration policies.