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The Australia-Indonesia-Institute is pleased to announce the 13 recipients of 2018-19 grants.
Andrew Greene and Tri Joko Her Riadi are the recipients of the prestigious 2018 Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award.
Minister Bishop has announced the recipients of four additional grants funded by the Australia-Indonesia Institute 2017-18 grants program.
Providing the organisational capacity to create a sustainable AFL NINES program within the community and promoting women's inclusion in sport.
Ms Astrid Vasile and Ms Noni Purnomo will join the board of the Australia-Indonesia Institute.
Recipients of 11 new grants funded by the Australia-Indonesia Institute 2017-18 grants round were announced today.
Participants will take part in work placements, cultural performances, and visits to local schools and communities in Indonesia.
Indonesian dancers and Aboriginal people from North East Arnhem Land, Australia, are meeting, sharing cultures, and building new friendships.
An Australian and Indonesian exchange program is breaking down stereotypes and educating both nations on the diversity of Muslim identity.
Esteemed Indonesian choreographer Eko Supriyanto brings a unique contemporary dance offering to Asia TOPA 2017.
Michael J performed at secondary schools with Indonesian language programs in Western Australia, ACT and Victoria.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs has announced the recipients of 16 new Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) grants.
Australian participants of the Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) Muslim Exchange Program (MEP)
These projects will help build sustainable partnerships, and increase the knowledge and understanding of each other’s cultures, values and traditions.
The Australia-Indonesia Institute welcomes the Nusa Tenggara Barat Emergency Services Personnel.
The Indonesia Project at The Australian National University, which is part-funded by DFAT, is offering travel grants to students.
The Australia Indonesia Institute is pleased to support a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra
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