Indonesia briefing papers

  • Published: June 30, 2020
  • Country: Indonesia
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In 2018, a research team from the Australian National University undertook an Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) study of multidimensional poverty in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

The findings of the IDM study in Indonesia provide a deep insight into the multidimensional poverty of different social groups, and reveal that different deprivations are experienced throughout the life course; women and men with disability experience acute deprivation; and geographic location reveals unequal experience of deprivation.

These end of program reports are each available in English and Bahasa.

End of program reports

The gendered nature of poverty

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Key Insights from the IDM Study in Indonesia

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Studi IDM di Indonesia Temuan-temuan Kunci

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Deprivation in the Islands: Findings from the IDM Study in Indonesia

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Keterbatasan di Kepulauan

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Multidimensional Poverty and Disability in Indonesia

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Kemiskinan Multidimensi dan Disabilitas di Indonesia

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