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BOARD MEMBERSHIP

The Order-in-Council establishing the Australia Indonesia Institute (AII) in 1989 (appendix 3) provides that the board of the Institute shall consist of a Chairperson, and not fewer than four and not more than 12 other Members. The Chairperson and Members are appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, serve on a part-time basis and receive sitting fees and travelling allowance in accordance with Remuneration Tribunal Determinations.

Board members are from different parts of Australia and bring a variety of professional expertise in and experience of Indonesia to the Institute.

CHAIRMAN

Mr John Reid AO, Chairman Emeritus, Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales, Sydney (24 November 1998 to 23 November 2001)

Board 1999–2000

Dr Colin Adam, Deputy Chief Executive, CSIRO Australia, Melbourne (31 July 1998 to 30 July 2001)

Ms Georgina Carnegie, Director, Golden Marketing, Sydney (17 March 1999 to 16 March 2002)

Mr Harold Clough AO OBE, Clough Engineering Group, Perth (12 November 1999 to 11 November 2002)

Mr John Dauth LVO, Deputy Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra (14 November 1998 to 13 November 2001)

Dr Christine Fletcher, Director, North Australia Research Unit (NARU), Darwin (12 November 1999 to 11 November 2002)

Ms Elizabeth Hallett, Partner, Deacons, Sydney (12 November 1999 to 11 November 2002)

Associate Professor Timothy Lindsey, Director (SEA), Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne, (17 March 1997 to 16 March 2000)

Ms Karin Puels, Consultant, Software Communications Group Australia (SOFCOM) (30 July 1998 to 29 July 2001)

Associate Professor Russell Trood, Director, Centre for the Study of Australia–Asia Relations, School of Asian and International Studies, Brisbane, (17 March 1999 to 16 March 2002)

Retirements between 1 July 1999 and 30 June 2000

Mr Geoffrey Forrester, International Consultant, Jakarta, former Deputy Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (25 October 1994 to 24 October 1999)

Mr Paul Kelly, International Editor, the Australian, News Limited, Sydney (2 December 1993 to 1 December 1999)

Ms Kaye Schofield, Director, Kaye Schofield and Associates Pty Ltd, Sydney (24 January 1996 to 23 January 2000)

 

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AUSTRALIA INDONESIA INSTITUTE ANNUAL REPORT 1999–2000

Home . Mission statement . Chairman's statement . Board membership . Media program . Youth and education program Arts and sport program . Commercial and the professions program . Civil society program . Administrative overview . Appendix A: Financial statements . Appendix B: Order-in-Council