The Australia-Indonesia Centre brings together leading research institutions, business and government in both nations to build stronger relationships and cultural understandings, and to create lasting impact from collaborative research. We drive growth in the relationship by creating a multi-stakeholder network between Australia and Indonesia that generates research excellence and high-impact relationships for the mutual benefit of both nations.
On September 21 30, the Australia-Indonesia Centre and Austrade held a series of ‘Indonesia Now’ seminars at PwC offices around Australia to promote the upcoming Indonesia Australia Business Week (IABW) in November 2015.
Indonesia’s desire for building a Center of Excellence For Clean Energy in Bali was supported by the Australian government.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre strengthens economic diplomacy between Australia and Indonesia following the visit of Muliaman Hadad, Chairman, Board of Commissioners, of Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (OJK).
As maritime nations, the archipelago of Indonesia and the island continent of Australia rely heavily upon ports and port cities, setting shared challenges to be addressed by the AIC through its Infrastructure Research Cluster.
Following the success of the inaugural Emerging Leaders Program, The AIC will host high-performing emerging leaders in government and business from Indonesia for the second Emerging Leaders Program on November 21 – December 1. The program will adopt the theme of economic diplomacy.