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Australian teachers will be invited to participate in an intensive learning and reciprocal school and home-stay visit to their BRIDGE school in Indone
Indonesia is a mystery to many Australians so the Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival has curated Indonesian films to intrigue & inform us.
Abdi Karya’s motto is “Don’t think. Feel.”
This joint project will draw on the experience of senior female public sector leaders to develop a women’s leadership workshop.
The work of two internationally acclaimed Indonesian filmmakers will be showcased at the Adelaide Film Festival 2018.
Jog-DRIP is a community based research project that aims to initiate and establish an eye care guideline for pregnant women with diabetes.
Through choreographic development, residencies and performances, this project will develop pathways for cultural exchange between the 2 countries.
Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia is the most ambitious exhibition of contemporary Indonesian art ever presented in Australia.
This project aims to deliver training to 50-60 community public health centres in South Kalimantan to address the problem of neonatal mortality.
This project will increase primary sector engagement and improve treatment options in mental health service in Indonesia.
The NAILA is an annual competition that rewards and fosters the development of Indonesian language learning in Australia at all levels.
This project examines the policy and diplomatic challenges associated with sustainability and climate change, with a view to exploring opportunities.
Agriculture in Indonesia has suffered serious droughts in recent years.
The AIYA is the peak non-government, youth-led organisation aiming to better connect young Indonesians and Australians to each other.
This project will foster collaboration between Aboriginal musicians and Indonesian music practitioners and academics to build a strong foundation.
FFA will deliver a number of activities to coincide with the Australian Men's U-19 National Team visit to Indonesia for the 2018 AFC U-19 Championship
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