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Information on the 2019-20 AJF grantees is now available.
The collaboration of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and RMIT University aims at promoting sustainable, ca
The Australia library of the Otemon Gakuin University Library is the only dedicated collection of literature on Australia in Japan.
The Australia-Japan Youth Dialogue brings together young leaders from Australia and Japan to explore relations between our two countries and foster pe
In 2020, Polyglot Theatre returns to Minami Sanriku, a small town devastated by the 2011 tsunami, for the fifth time.
A world-first exhibition curated and presented by the Art Gallery of NSW, Japan supernatural will feature over 180 wildly imaginative works of art by
The Tohoku Youth Program is designed to assist young Japanese 14 to 17 years old, who lost one or both parents in the disastrous earthquake and tsunam
In May and June 2020, Terrapin and Aichi Arts Centre will work with Australian and Japanese artists to perform and tour You and Me and The Space Betwe
In January 2020, Sydney-based choreographer, filmmaker and installation artist Sue Healey partners with artists from Japan, Hong Kong and Australia to
Australian Landcarers innovative and highly practical nationwide agroforestry training, the Master Tree Grower program, which has also operated in Afr
The Japan Update is the flagship conference of the Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) in Crawford School of Public Policy, and the Japan Institute
ChildFund Pass It Back is an innovative and award winning Sport for Development program led by ChildFund in partnership with World Rugby and Asia Rugb
A world-class sports coaching education program is being developed for Japanese sport coaches and teachers.
The project conducts fundamental research on the interconnected nature of the marine, coastal, riparian and terrestrial ecosystems and also evaluates
Flowerbird is a contemporary performance work by Western Australia's premier flagship contemporary dance company, Co:3 Australia.
Tennis Australia will promote valuable in-country expertise by delivering a junior wheelchair tennis training camp and wheelchair coach development wo
During the first half of the twentieth century Japan’s traditional art and aesthetics interacted with European life and culture, resulting in a pulsat
Health care is undergoing rapid transition as we move to embrace technological change and how it can affect an individual’s health management.
Two symposia will be held at the ASAJ conference at the University of Kitakyushu on 13–14 June 2020.
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