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About think archipelago

Since 2012, think archipelago has provided concise business management publication of various topics to cater for the stakeholders at Archipelago Strategic & Partners Indonesia (ASPI). As it expands into reaching wider audience, the ASPI media subsidiary now also features insightful articles covering environmental and social issues, art studies, history, accompanied by critical review by ASPI professionals.

Waktu Tanpa Buku: Tubuh, Trauma dan Ingatan

Waktu Tanpa Buku: Tubuh, Trauma dan Ingatan

Dalam rangka menyambut 16 Hari kampanye anti kekerasan terhadap perempuan dan Hari Hak Asasi Manusia, pada 25 November – 10 Desember 2020, Institut Ungu mengadakan kegiatan bertajuk Dialog Seni dan HAM. Salah satu rangkaian acaranya berupa pertunjukan daring teater film dari produser Faiza Mardzoeki berjudul Waktu Tanpa Buku berlangsung secara daring 1-10 Desember 2020, digarap 5 sutradara perempuan yaitu Ramdiana dari Serikat Sapu Lidi Aceh, Heliana Sinaga dari Mainteater Bandung, Ruth Marini dari Ruang Kala Jakarta, Shinta Febriany dari Kala Teater Makassar dan Agnes Christina dari Yogyakarta juga Wawan Sofwan sebagai konsultan pertunjukan.

Towards greener maritime industry

Towards greener maritime industry

September saw the commemoration of several international days to raise environmental awareness, from the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies that fell on the 7th, International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer on 16th, and World Maritime Day on the 24th.

Indonesia SDGs road map for clean, blue sky

Indonesia SDGs road map for clean, blue sky

Encouraged by the increasing interest of the international community in clean air, and emphasizing the need to make further efforts to improve air quality, including reducing air pollution, to protect human health, the General Assembly of the United Nations decided to designate 7 September as the International Day of Clean Air for blue skies.

ASEAN Occupational Safety and Health Network foundation

ASEAN Occupational Safety and Health Network foundation

The foundation of the ASEAN-OSHNET is based on the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the members’ OSH administrations from the year 2000. Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam have formally recognized the ASEAN-OSHNET as an important instrument for the development of ASEAN OSH policies and practices in the region.