Dr Herdiyan Maulana discussed the importance of developing a well-being model that also incorporates the social and cultural context of Indonesia. It would offer a more comprehensive measurement and understanding of well-being, particularly in the advent of a national crisis such as the Covid-19 coronavirus.
In this webinar, Dr Norshahril Saat, Dr Azhar Ibrahim, and Associate Professor Noor Aisha explored the educational trajectories of Singapore’s Islamic graduates, discussing the challenges faced in terms of employment prospects and ability to meet the demands of the economy, as well as the larger impact of these graduates on shaping religious discourses and teachings within the community upon their return.
Social media is having an ever increasing impact on politics and everyday life. This Regional Social and Cultural Studies (RSCS) workshop examined the key drivers of change in the social media landscape over the past decade, and discussed issues contributing to the rapidly shifting information societies across Southeast Asia.