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A high-level panel discussion on opportunities for policy reform to realize diversity and inclusion took place at the Y20 Fourth Pre-Summit in Manokwari, West Papua, on Saturday.
Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have agreed to cooperate in developing the creative economy, especially in the sub-sectors of architecture, fashion, design, art, and publication.
Instead of staying confined within the frame of digital monitors, Indonesian dancers are finding new ways to give freedom to their expression through movement.
Film workers and artists who are affected by COVID-19 will be receiving social assistance, in the form of food packages from the government.
The Ministry of Education and Culture’s Director General of Culture, Hilmar Farid, stated that the Ministry is preparing at least three countermeasure policies to aid workers in the creative industry affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia’s government has submitted a bill to parliament aimed at protecting consumer data in the digital era, which includes punishment of up to seven years in jail for distribution of personal data without consent, a minister said on Tuesday.