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Netball Indonesia aims to empower women through promoting women’s participation in sport
Obesity is becoming a serious health and social issue in many developing nations.
Enable Asialink to award 2+ Australian arts professionals a residency grant to Indonesia.
This project will develop and improve the STEM education skills of Indonesian teachers and pre-service teachers on campus and at school sites.
In a special 10 year anniversary celebration, OzAsia Festival’s Outdoor Concert Series includes free performances over ten spectacular nights.
Twelve Javanese gamelan musical pieces about food will be paired with snacks for the audience, created by Yuni's Kitchen in Northcote, Melbourne.
Darwin Festival is delighted to present a program of Indonesian work as a centre piece of the 2016 Festival.
The School of Education RMIT University will work in collaborative partnership with Universitas Negeri Jakarta and Jambi University Sumatra to improve
CO-ADD is a global open-access screening initiative to uncover untested chemical diversity.
Arts Centre Melbourne will co-commission ‘Balabala’, a contemporary dance work by Indonesia’s leading choreographer Eko Supriyanto
Re-Connecting our Connection 2016 will continue the relationship building between Indonesian artists and Yolngu artists and community through workshop
A project to bring five Australian born Muslim artists (rappers) to Indonesia to share their experiences as Muslims in Australia through hip-hop.
Superstar of Indonesian dance Rianto and Artistic Director of Dance North Australia Kyle Page will spend three weeks developing a new dance work title
An opportunity to create partnerships and potential tours for Australian commissioned Indonesian works across the Chinese speaking region
Forest fire in peat lands is a natural disaster affecting the forests, ecosystems and human life in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Australia Indonesia Association (AIA) has initiated a national program of annual awards to recognise and honour Australians and Indonesians
Indonesian Idol's fourth runner upseason one will meet with secondary students from schools with Indonesian language programs in WA.
Brawijaya University nursing staff will be trained to deliver the course which will be piloted with emergency nurses in Malang, East Java.
Indonesian Rio Helmi will present sessions at the Festival.
This project provides an opportunity for South Australian students to learn about modern Indonesia and to experience Indonesia’s cultural diversity th
The Australia-Indonesia Youth Association is a non-government, youth-led organisation which aims to better connect young Indonesians and Australians.
Regular online language and cultural exchanges between Australian and Indonesian university students and youth.
Satan Jawa is a new silent film by Indonesian Film Director Garin Nugroho, with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra live score.
Indonesian Design Emerging is a project that brings together Indonesian and Australian designers, design writers, design teachers and design thinkers
Indonesian artist, FX Harsono will present work at Carriageworks for the 20th Biennale of Sydney: ‘The future is already here – it’s just not evenly d
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