The AIYA Yogyakarta Chapter aims to connect, inspire and inform Australians and Indonesians about opportunities to engage in the bilateral relationship. As a newly-established chapter in 2014, we hope to build a strong network of students, volunteers and young professionals who can encourage, learn from and support one another to become the next generation of leaders in the Australia-Indonesia relationship.
Wisnu Trianugeraha – President
Wisnu’s initial fascination with Australia started in 2011 when he became one of his high school’s representatives of BRIDGE Project to Kormilda College in Darwin. He returned to Australia in 2014 to undergo a year-long Study Abroad Program supported by the ISEP Scholarship from the University of Adelaide. During his stay in Australia, he was introduced to AIYA SA Chapter, represented the University of Adelaide in Sydney Unigames 2014 in Fencing, and also won two medals in Fencing SA State Competitions. Shortly after his return to Indonesia, he completed his internship with ACICIS in Yogyakarta and is currently working on his Bachelor thesis. He studies International Relations with a major in Political Economy and Development Studies in Universitas Gadjah Mada and hopes that his study can help him facilitate Indonesia-Australia youth-to-youth diplomacy.
Ahmad Rezha – Project Officer (sports)
Ahmad Rezha is a final-year Accounting student at the Universitas Islam Indonesia. After joining the international community in UII. He challenged himself to learn more by studying computer science at Universitas Gadjah Mada. Shaping his ability to handle problems, he has worked and lived with cross-cultural teams and families in Europe. Rezha joins AIYA Yogyakarta chapter to inspire all university students and young Indonesians leaders to be more active to face international environment.
Fadila Rahma – Communications Officer (social media)
Fadila Rahma is currently a 2nd year university student majoring in International Relations within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Politics at Gadjah Mada University. In addition to acting as a ‘pendamping’ to Australian students participating in the ACICIS program, Fad has been actively engaged in the UGM buddy club and activities held by FISIPOL’s global engagement office. By joining AIYA, she hopes to learn more about organizing and empowering the community through cross-cultural understanding.
Yogyakarta Language Exchange
- Where: Different locations in Yogyakarta
- When: Every second Wednesday night
- Time: 6:30pm
- Key Contact: Zahrina 0857 0094 1909 or Uma 0822 2162 3166
- More information: Follow the Yogyakarta Facebook page for more info
Last Updated 23 March 2018.