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Adding leaves to the Australia-Indonesia stems

Adding leaves to the Australia-Indonesia stems

September 20, 2016 By Adjunct Professor Richard Price

From time to time a university’s research focus on health and medicine, infrastructure, energy, urban water and agriculture is misinterpreted to mean a focus on medical sciences, engineering, physics, hydrology and agronomy respectively. That at least is the perception among some of the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s collaborative research clusters undertaken across universities located in both Australia […]

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ReelOzInd! short film competition winners announced at Melbourne and Surabaya festival premieres

ReelOzInd! short film competition winners announced at Melbourne and Surabaya festival premieres

September 6, 2016

The ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition congratulated the winners at premieres in Melbourne and Surabaya, before sending the festival to all corners of both countries. Following the exciting competition phase, which generated hundreds of entries, the ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition announced the shortlist, special mentions and winners during two premiere screenings in […]

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Researchers, government and industry come together at the 3rd Indonesia-Australia Research Summit

Researchers, government and industry come together at the 3rd Indonesia-Australia Research Summit

September 5, 2016

On August 22 and 23, over 220 academics, researchers, and industry and government figures convened at Surabaya’s Universitas Airlangga for the 3rd Indonesia-Australia Research Summit. Presented by the Australia-Indonesia Centre and the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of Indonesia (RISTEK-DIKTI), the theme of the summit was ‘Innovating Together: Starting local, reaching global’. The summit featured […]

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Announcing the Australia Indonesia Essay Series

Announcing the Australia Indonesia Essay Series

September 1, 2016

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is proud to announce the commencement of new longform essay series, showcasing prominent thinkers from both nations. This bilingual essay series will showcase leading Australian and Indonesian writers reflecting on the important issues facing their societies today and into the future. The series aims to highlight the ways in which the peoples of Australia and Indonesia […]

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Australia Indonesia Perceptions Report 2016: “Indonesians and Australians not so different after all”

Australia Indonesia Perceptions Report 2016: “Indonesians and Australians not so different after all”

August 14, 2016

Indonesians and Australians share similar views on trade, education and tourism, according to a comprehensive Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) research report conducted by EY Sweeney released on Monday 15 August 2016. Visit the Microsite “It’s clear that Indonesia and Australia have more issues that unite them than divide them,” says Mr Harold Mitchell AC, Chairman of […]

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Why Indonesia really matters

Why Indonesia really matters

August 14, 2016 By Paul Ramadge and Marc L’Huillier

The story of Indonesia and Australia often focuses on differences – the cultural and religious divide, security issues, disparities in the structure and development of the economies, contrasts in business practices, small and large populations, issues of national sovereignty. You can judge each country positively or negatively from many angles and the countries do, of […]

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Applications open for Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange

Applications open for Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange

August 1, 2016

Applications are now open for the Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange, where Australian designers can win $10,000, a show at Jakarta Fashion Week, and connections to industry and media. The initiative was launched in 2014 and is facilitated by The Australia-Indonesia Centre, connecting the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival and Jakarta Fashion Week. The program aims to showcase […]

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Announcing ACMI X Forum: ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’

Announcing ACMI X Forum: ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’

July 21, 2016

The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival announce a creative industry forum at ACMI X on Tuesday 23 August. The forum, titled ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’, will take place at the new, innovative ACMI X co-working space developed by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Sponsored by […]

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