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  1. Indonesia Traffic Jam Forces President Out Of Car, Walks 2Km To State Event

    Effiezy.com - Politics 10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com
    President Joko Widodo of Indonesia, on his way to an important state event, got stuck in traffic forcing him and his security detail to get out of his car and walk 2 kilometers to get there. Indonesia’s notorious traffic congestion was on display for the world Thursday after the country’s president was forced to walk…
  2. Evaluating Indonesia’s Progress on its Climate Commitments

    Wri.org - Science 10.06 / 17:05 wri.org
    Evaluating Indonesia’s Progress on its Climate Commitments Comments|Add Comment|PrintIndonesia has pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. Photo by Ridho A. Ibrahim/Wikimedia Whether the world’s 20 largest economies embrace responsible climate action is critically important, because they account for roughly 80 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions and global GDP. In this G20 Climate Progress blog series, WRI researchers and partners examine the strides these countries are mak…
  3. OONA Joins Metranet Telkom Indonesia to Offer Brands Reward Program Coupled with AI Chatbot

    For more mobile technology news Singapore, Singapore, September 27, 2017 –(PR.com)– Both companies CEO share the same dynamic vision and drive to offer high quality free entertainment and a tailored user experience to emerging markets. A premiere in Ad supported OTT, OONA integrate a demographic-specific artificial intelligence ChatBot, named SiskaBot, complete with photo, serves as an Ad Personaliser Manager, just […] The post OONA Joins Metranet Telkom Indonesia to…
  4. From Indonesia to Honduras: How Anti-Sweatshop Activists and Unions Made Severance Pay Mandatory

    Labornotes.org - Politics 10.06 / 05:09 labornotes.org
    In August last year Iris Montoya came to work at the Rio Garment factory in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where she had worked as a sewing machine operator for 11 years. At 11 a.m., the factory lights shut off and management escorted the workers outside, locking the doors behind them. Management announced that the factory was shutting down operations that very day. Panic broke out. Workers were told to go home, barred from retrieving their belongings, and left without their last week’s p…
  5. 'AyoPoligami' - Polygamy in Indonesia made easier with new app

    Dw.com - Asia 10.04 / 17:27 dw.com
    A new smartphone app in Indonesia aimed at facilitating male polygamy has drawn condemnation from gender rights activists and triggered a renewed debate about the practice in the world's most populous Muslim…