“Australia and Indonesia have a really stable diplomatic relationship – but I haven’t seen it in the private sector.” DFAT’s Australia Awards Program gave 26 young Indonesian tech-preneurs the chance to bridge the gap between Australia and Indonesia via the world of startups. This interview features 5 participants, and outlines some of the lessons […]
Richard Frankland tells us about the recent Makassar-Yirrkala Art Exchange project, which celebrates Australia and Indonesia’s shared history – one that predates colonialism – built around an ethos of ‘what was, what is and what can be’. Richard is head of the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development at the Victorian College of […]
(Bahasa Indonesia di bawa) The construction of a shared vision for the future, together with the communities affected, was the first step in the transition of Pulo Geulis and Griya Katulampa to more water friendly environments. This vision will reflect the aspirations of these communities in terms of environmental performance, and social and economic empowerment. […]
(Bahasa Indonesia di bawa) On 30 November 2017, The Water Sensitive City Declaration was signed at the Grand Savero in Bogor, Indonesia. Signing, by stakeholders in Bogor’s water management from all sectors and backgrounds, confirmed a commitment to establishing the AIC Urban Water Learning Alliance, and to supporting the activities of all signatories, or ‘water […]
On the sidelines of the Australia Indonesia Business Council Conference in Gold Coast, AIC Digital Economy Fellow Helen Brown speaks with Bambang Brodjonegoro, Indonesia’s Minister of National Development Planning, about the country’s major development challenges, bilateral relations, and why Australia should invest in Indonesia now.
Collaborative research doesn’t just happen! AIC Health Cluster Manager Christianne O’Donnell of the University of Melbourne and Health Cluster Liaison Coordinator Falma Kemalasari of Universitas Indonesia discuss how research management can build lasting partnerships between academics and institutions.
AIC Digital Economy Fellow Helen Brown speaks to Chairman of Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Thomas Lembong about the switch to Scott Morrison as Australian Prime Minister and investment opportunities between the two nations.
AIC Digital Economy Fellow Helen Brown speaks to Chairman of Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Thomas Lembong about opportunities in education and vocational training, and a student loan scheme for Indonesia.