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Australia Indonesia Institute Annual Report 2002-03

BOARD MEMBERSHIP

The Order-in-Council establishing the Australia-Indonesia Institute in 1989 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 Phillip Flood AO

Mr Phillip Flood AO
International Consultant, former Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and former Ambassador to Indonesia (1 September 2000 to 24 November 2004).

 

Board Members 2002-2003

Mr Rowan Callick

Mr Rowan Callick, Asia Pacific
Editor, Australian Financial Review (31 May 2001 to 12 June 2004)

Dr Christine Fletcher

Dr Christine Fletcher
Consultant in Indonesia working with the Ministry for Home Affairs and the World Bank/UNDP/ Asia Development Bank sponsored Partnership for Governance Reform, Darwin (12 November 1999 to 9 November 2003)

Ms Alison Carroll

Ms Alison Carroll
Director of The Asialink Centre’s Arts Program (30 October 2002 to 29 October 2005

Mr Harold Clough AO OBE

Mr Harold Clough AO OBE
Clough Engineering Group, Perth (12 November 1999 to 9 November 2004)

Mr Robert Champion de Crespigny AC

Mr Robert Champion de Crespigny AC
Chancellor, The University of Adelaide (26 June 2002 to 25 June 2005)

Mr David Ritchie

Mr David Ritchie
Deputy Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra (29 June 2001 to 11 February 2003)

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