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The Indonesian Ministry of Education (MoE) through Centres for Development and Empowerment of Educators and Education Personnel (P4TKs) are increasi
A team of researchers will develop an innovative research platform connecting Australian and Indonesian researchers to joint research facilities, da
Re-Connecting our Connection 2018 continues the relationship building between Indonesian artists and Yolngu artists and community through workshops
UniBRIDGE Project establishes strong people2people connections between Australia and Indonesia.
Advancing education and culture on issues affecting Australian and Indonesian youth.
The 21st Biennale is curated by Artistic Director Mami Kataoka, the internationally renowned curator.
This Macquarie University project involves mentoring eight Australian entrepreneurs.
Youth-led education programs that optimize waste management in rural Sumbawa.
The Lowy Institute will host a week long program of panel discussions and roundtables about Indonesian politics.
Technologies used in the APCAH diagnostic laboratory at University of Melbourne will be optimised to detect signiﬁcant Indonesian poultry diseases.
A month-long series of social and environmental exchange activities.
The diverse program includes artists from West Java, Yogyakarta and Papua.
A two-way Australian-Indonesian writing exchange facilitated by Melbourne University’s Asialink.
Arts Centre Melbourne through Asia TOPA will co-commission and present the new work ‘Salt’.
Australian Academy of Technology and Science will conduct a Science workshop in Bandung for forty teachers.
Michael Jakarimilena (Michael Idol) gained public attention across Indonesia as a finalist on 'Indonesian Idol’.
CAUSINDY is a bilateral youth organisation which provides a platform for young leaders to create a stronger bilateral relationship.
'Rama and the Worm' is a shadow puppet (wayang kulit) play composed as part of a health promotion campaign in Central Java.
This project will examine the role that education can play in promoting schools as inclusive environments by developing communication practices.
On the strength of their recent performance at WOMADelaide, 12 March 2017 — the band Electric Fields have been invited to perform in Bandung, Indonesi
The theme of the Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) 2017 conference in Darwin from 2–7 July is ‘Connections through Shallow Seas’.
The Australia–Indonesia BRIDGE School Partnerships Program connects Indonesian and Australian teachers, students and school communities.
Jala is an internationally renowned independent producer working with leading Indonesian choreographers and directors.
The Indonesia Garudas are a team of young Indonesian AFL players from clubs, schools and orphanages across Indonesia.
STRUT Dance is the National Choreographic Centre based in Perth WA.
Australian Muslim women dress in diverse styles and are increasingly choosing to engage with global fashion trends while also expressing their faith.
The Indonesian Film Festival is the most comprehensive celebration of Indonesian cinema held in Australia.
Indonesian annual peat fires destroy the environment and pose a public health threat.
UniBRIDGE Project establishes strong people-to-people connections between Australia and Indonesia.
South Australian Artist Steven Cybulka and West Java artist Arin Dwihartanto will collaborate on a public artwork.
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