|Information and Cultural Exchange Inc
||Arab Film Festival Australia 2016
||The Arab Film Festival Australia (AFFA) presents a selection of the best contemporary films from the Arab world to Australian audiences. AFFA 2016 will be delivered in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.
|University of Sydney
||Council for Australian-Arab Relations Media Fellows 2016
||University of Sydney will send two final year media and communications students to intern for four weeks at influential news agencies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in June to July 2016.
|Australia-Middle East Journalism Exchange
||Journalism in the Middle East and Australia
||The 2016 AMEJE 'Journalism in Australia’ project will support a group of final year Qatar University journalism students work with and visit Australian media agencies in Sydney and Canberra.
|University of Wollongong
||Networking Digital Productivity and Entrepreneurship in Sydney and Dubai: Women, Innovation Hubs and Strategies for Success
||The University of Wollongong pilot project will examine the structure and practices of six innovation hubs in the UAE to increase mutual understanding of how women entrepreneurs in Australia and the UAE are participating in innovation hubs and identify supporting strategies.
|Bankstown Youth Development Service Inc
||Mashrabiya: a Glimpse into Sacred Arab Art and Architecture
||Mashrabiya is a series of talks and workshops on architecture and visual culture of the Arab world. It is an opportunity for professionals and community members to engage with key design principles, to build cultural understanding and strengthen partnership opportunities.
|Meat and Livestock Australia
||Arab MasterChef Visits Australia To Film Arabic TV Cooking Show
||Masterchef Tarek Ibrahim visits Australia filming three 30 minute cooking shows commissioned by Fatafeat TV produced and aired in 2015/16. Filmed in Arabic and English, Tarek visits Australian farmers, producers, chefs showcasing Australian produce, food safety, diversity and Muslim community.
|Australia-Middle East Journalism Exchange
||Journalism in the Middle East
||The AMEJE Journalism in the Middle East project will take a group of final year University of Canberra (UC) journalism students to work with and visit media agencies in the UAE and Qatar in July 2016.
|University of Technology Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology
||The Foreign Correspondent Study Tour
||The 2016 Foreign Correspondent study tour is a joint program between UTS and Swinburne universities, where 8 Masters students from both institutes work together on producing journalism in the Arab world, with a focus and visit to Jordan.
|World of Women Film Fair - by Straight Street Media
||World of Women Film Fair Middle East 2016 (WOW)
||The World of Women’s Cinema - WOW Film Fair Middle East is the first women’s short film fair that promotes and awards the talents of women directors, producers, writers, editors and cinematographers in the film industry regionally and internationally.
|The Walkley Foundation
||Australia-Arab International Journalism Speaker Program
||The Australia-Arab International Journalism Speaker Program will see the Walkley Foundation facilitate one journalist from the Arab region to participate in panel discussions, workshops and networking at Storyology, the Foundation's flagship event and to meet key government, business & tourism contacts.
|Iraqi Australian University Graduates Forum
||The 2016 Iraqi Cultural Festival- Keynote Speaker
||Sponsoring an influential Iraqi from the region to be the keynote speaker at the Iraqi Cultural Festival in NSW and to participate in public speaking events, meetings and media opportunities about the resilience of Iraqi society (and diaspora) in the face of current challenges.
||Seizing an opportunity: Promoting dialogue between students through Arabic films
||A curated programme of contemporary Arab films bringing together Arab and non-Arab background students on Curtin Campus in March 2016 and promoting intercultural understanding between students and ultimately the wider community. Organisers will be Curtin University, Perth and ICE, Sydney.
|Islamic Museum of Australia
||Australian Gulf Art Conference
||The Australian Gulf Art Conference (AGAC) 2016, hosted by the Islamic Museum of Australia, will provide collaborative and networking opportunities for the arts, museums and cultural institutions operating in the Gulf and Australian regions.
|Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies, Australian National University
||Greater understanding of the ArabWorld and its implications for Australia
||Invite VisitingFellow to spend one months at CAIS to engage and teach within the ANU community and the relevant segments of the Australian Governments for promoting better understanding of the Arab World, especially in the context of the Syrian-Iraqi conflicts
|Lowy Institute for International Policy
||Middle East Visiting Fellow
||Hayder al-Khoei will act as a VF based at the Lowy Institute for approximately three weeks in April 2016 where his presence will serve to broaden debate on contemporary Middle East issues through talks and engagement.
||Democracy and Local Governance in Tunisia: Australian and Indonesian Perspectives
||Tunisia will have its municipal elections by the end of 2016, which are key for the consolidation of democracy. Indonesia has made significant strides in this area and look to share their learning, particularly in relation to youth participation.
|Al Siraat College
||Inaugrual Australian Islamic Schooling Conference
||Inviting international speakers to address key Islamic and non-Islamic educationalists who are delivering education in Melbourne schools. This is the first step in developing a National Centre of Excellence in Islamic schooling with a view to exporting to Arab countries.
|Adelaide Film Festival
||2015 Adelaide Film Festival
||To bring two female Arab director 'Annemarie Jacir' as speaker and Amber Fares to the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival
||Beyond Veiled Cliches: The Lives of Arab Women
||Mrs Awad, an Australian author of Palestinian heritage, has secured a publisher for a book that explores the lives of Arab women in Australia and Middle Eastern countries, including their links to home, and reflecting on the author’s own experiences as an Arab-Australian, Muslim woman. The grant will support Ms Awad’s travel to the MENA region, and two roundtables in Australia on her return.