Media Monitoring

We provide media monitoring services from selected Indonesian mainstream media, both print and online, as well as social media. Every day, our media monitoring team summarizes headlines and picks highlights of the day that help our clients meet their daily need for information.

First-time voters’ right to vote hangs in balance

Less than a year ahead of the 2019 presidential and legislative elections, a number of thorny problems have yet to be resolved, one of which is first-time voters’ right to vote. However, amid the uproar over candidates, the uncertainty surrounding first-time voters has been largely overlooked....


Govt. to audit hospital claims

The Health Care and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) has been under public scrutiny as it reportedly faces an estimated deficit of Rp 10.99 trillion this year. A number of efforts have been made in order to overcome the deficit, one of which is auditing hospital claims....


BPJS: from health paradox to politics

There is one thing that the public should know about the Healthcare and Social Security Agency, BPJS Kesehatan. It is founded on a system that is bound to fail financially. Although it is socially top notch, BPJS was not properly designed to become a sustainable, long-lasting product....


Jokowi supporters may face corruption attacks

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo supporters both in the government and non-public institutions are likely to face “corruption attacks” from political opponents during the campaign, following a Supreme Court decision against a General Elections Commission (KPU) regulation and Muhamad Zainul Majdi aka Tuan Guru Bajang’s (TGB) alleged corruption....


Corruption eradication stumbles yet again

Corruption eradication has once again faced a regulatory barrier after the Supreme Court nullified a General Elections Commission (KPU) regulation last week....


Questioning education and teachers’ quality in Indonesia

Education is one of President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s administration’s main focuses. The government even allocated considerable amount of the state budget for educational purposes. Regardless, a number of major problems are still looming over the future of Indonesia’s education, one of which is ill-qualified teachers....