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The Australia-Malaysia Institute has transitioned into the Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC). The Council will support broader engagement with all countries across South-East Asia and strengthen links between Australia and the peoples of South-East Asia. It will build on the strong partnerships established under the AMI and will maintain links with AMI alumni.
Further information on the AAC grant rounds
Islamic Museum of Australia - Artist in Residence Program 2015
The AMI provided funding support for an Artist in Residence Program 2015 at the Islamic Museum of Australia in June this year.
Muslim Exchange Program 2014-15, Malaysia and Australia
AMI supported a Muslim Exchange Program with two delegations of emerging Muslim leaders from Australia and Malaysia.
Malaysian Young Diplomats Roundtable
Sixteen Malaysian diplomats joined DFAT officers and graduates for a roundtable meeting and morning tea hosted by the Australia-Malaysia Institute (AMI) at DFAT.
Australia-Malaysia Institute Cultural Exchange Program
Under the AMI Cultural Exchange Program, six young leaders from Malaysia travelled to Australia.
The Australia-Malaysia Institute was established in 2005 to strengthen people-to-people and institutional links with Malaysia and to deepen mutual understanding and cooperation between Australia and Malaysia.
The AMI is a wholly Australian initiative and is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Institute works with institutions and individuals in Australia and Malaysia to achieve its objectives. The Institute also seeks to enter into strategic alliances with possible sponsors and partners to enhance its programs.
The Australia-Malaysia Institute is presided over by a Board appointed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
The Institute is supported by a Secretariat which is located in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra.
Charter of the Australia-Malaysia Institute
Australia-Malaysia Institute Secretariat
South East Asia Division
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
RG Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
BARTON ACT 0221
Phone: (02) 6261 1333
Fax: (02) 6261 2342