Indonesians

Indonesians (Indonesian: orang Indonesia) are citizens or people of Indonesia, regardless of their racial, ethnic or religious background. There are more than 600 ethnicities in Indonesia, making it a multicultural archipelagic country with a diversity of languages, culture and religious beliefs. The population of Indonesia according to the 2020 national census was 270.2 million. 56% live on the island of Java, the world's most populous island. Around 95% of Indonesians are Native Indonesians (formerly grouped as "Pribumi"), with 40%Javanese and 15% Sundanese forming the majority, while the other 5% are Indonesians with ancestry from foreign origin, such as Arab Indonesians, …

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IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 17 May 2024 English

There is a growing agreement among global leaders that countries must move beyond GDP as their primary measure of progress. A new IISD report developed with academic partners in Ethiopia, …

twice as much natural capital per capita as Indonesians in that year. Chinese citizens enjoyed nearly


IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 17 May 2024 English

For decades, national policy-making has focused on GDP, with growth celebrated as the main standard for deciding how well countries are doing. Yet GDP is a short-term indicator that captures …

twice as much natural capital per capita as Indonesians in that -200 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1 than the foreign financial assets owned by Indonesians.9 The changes in the FCI over time were minor tolerance, data from various sources suggest that Indonesians are becoming more accepting of coexisting with twice as much natural capital per capita as Indonesians in that year. Chinese citizens enjoyed nearly better job managing its natural wealth. For Indonesians, it is a question of escaping, or not, from the


SPI: Smart Prosperity Institute · 18 March 2024 English

4 | PLACE Centre | Planning for sustainable jobs 101: A how-to guide for groups leading and supporting green labour and skills transitions The overlap between training for sustainable jobs …

poorer schooling outside Java Island (where most Indonesians live, and the capital Jakarta is located) to


APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 23 February 2024 English

As of February 20, of the 71.4 per cent of faces intense scrutiny over his alleged embroilment votes counted, Prabowo led with 58 per cent, putting in human rights violations …

civilians in Irian Jaya (Highland Papua) some Indonesians are unnerved by Prabowo’s links to during the


CGAI: Canadian Global Affairs Institute · 1 September 2023 English

whose 279 million inhabitants make up the fourth most populous country in the world.4 Similarly, Indonesians would have scant awareness of Canada, too. They are not a major source of immigration and the diaspora

most populous country in the world.4 Similarly, Indonesians would have scant awareness of Canada, too. They are inherently distinct from ours. While most Indonesians practise a moderate form of Islam, conservative Mulyanto and Charlenne Kayla Roeslie, “Chinese Indonesians Re�ect on Life 25 Years From Soeharto’s Fall https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/5/24/chinese-indonesians-re�ect-on-life-25-years-from- soehartos-fall


APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 13 July 2023

5 4 Collaborer à l’innovation et à la numérisation La recherche et l’innovation technologiques, ainsi que la numérisation de secteurs clés tels que les opérations, la santé publique, la vie …

douaniers et le commerce de 1994 (GATT) course: How Indonesians see the world, Lowy • Accord général sur le commerce


APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 13 July 2023 English

interviewed to inform the recommended strategies Recognizing the growing importance of the for Canada to build improved economic engagement city-state, the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada with the city-state. [...] …

population will join the workforce, but these young Indonesians lack access to vocational education and skilled collaboration. But some thought leaders said Indonesians may prefer business partners who come from a and security threat, and some pointed out that Indonesians hold some prejudices toward China because of in local communities in Indonesia, and that Indonesians will want to know their potential partner before country’s digitalization initiatives mean that more Indonesians have access to information through the internet


PICES: North Pacific Marine Science Organization · 1 July 2023

The main objectives for the second PST meeting on July 13, 2021 (JST) were to: (1) review the updates in the FishGIS smartphone application, (2) discuss the draft PDM and …

infection), and conditions in Lombok are not known. Indonesians who travel internationally have to quarantine abundance, and HAB species. It was noted that Indonesians consume ~160 g of fish per day, so there is a


APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 5 April 2023 English

likely referring to growing demands by conservative Islamic organizations and parties in Indonesia Protests in Indonesia against Israel’s participation to ban Israel’s U-20 team from competing in the in the …

events in Indonesia, and specifically by most Indonesians as politically motivated and a events in Bali


CIDP: Centre for International and Defense Policy · 17 March 2023 English

Created in the wake of the crucible of violence of the First and Sec- ond World Wars, as well as the diplomatic failures of the Interwar years, the founding of …

smiles.9 Moorehead was, of course, wrong: the Indonesians did not “obey and smile,” and before the Second naturally, that conflict between themselves and Indonesians who were conducting an insurrection was an internal battles, the burning bitterness between Dutch and Indonesians.” Ball was impressed by the British com- mander force and the auspices under which the Dutch and Indonesians could negotiate. In November 1946 the Dutch and


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