Yogyakarta

Indonesian | Bahasa Indonesia

10342431_515349708637312_8277927598619516381_nCabang Yogyakarta dimulai oleh berberapa mahasiswa dari Australia dan Indonesia pada tahun 2014, dan sedang berkembang sejak waktu itu.

Kami sangat senang bisa mengumpulkan pemuda-pemudi yang bersemangat dan bertalenta untuk bekerja keras mengembangkan sebuah organisasi yang berpotensi menjembatani para pekerja seni, wisatawan, pelaku bisnis, universitas dan pemuda.

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Facebook: Australia Indonesia Youth Association – Yogyakarta

Twitter: @AIYAYogyakarta

Instagram: @aiya.yogyakarta

Email: yogyakarta@aiya.org.au

Wisnu Trianugeraha: Wakil Presiden Operasi

Ketertarikan Wisnu dengan Australia berasal dari keterlibatannya di BRIDGE Project di Kormilda College, Darwin. Dia kembali ke Australia di tahun 2014 untuk melanjutkan studi-nya selama setahun di Adelaide dengan dibantu program beasiswa ISEP dari the University of Adelaide. Selama dia tinggal di Adelaide, dia ikut membantu AIYA SA Chapter, merepresentasikan the University of Adelaide di dalam Unigames untuk cabang Anggar, dan mendapatkan dua medali pada Fencing SA State Competitions. Setelah dia kembali ke Indonesia, dia menyelesaikan program magang-nya di ACICIS Yogyakarta dan saat ini sedang menyelesaikan skripsi-nya. Wisnu mempelajari Hubungan Internasional dengan focus studi Politik Ekonomi Internasional dan Studi Perkembangan di Universitas Gadjah Mada dan berharap studi-nya dapat membantu memfasilitasi diplomasi antar pemuda di Indonesia dan Australia.

Ahmad Rezha: Petugas Eksekutif

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Ahmad Rezha adalah mahasiswa akhir akuntansi di Universitas Islam Indonesia, Setelah bergabung dengan komunitas internasional di UII. Dia menantang dirinya untuk belajar lebih dengan kuliah ilmu komputer di Universitas Gadjah Mada. Membentuk kemampuannya dalam menangani masalah, dia telah bekerja dan hidup dengan tim dan keluarga lintas budaya di Eropa. Rezha bergabung dengan AIYA Yogyakarta untuk menginspirasi semua mahasiswa dan pemimpin muda indonesia untuk menjadi lebih aktif dalam menghadapi lingkungan internasional.

Evani Pertika Raharjo (Evani): Petugas Eksekutif 

12325240_10207545485853135_622166110_nEvani saat ini bekerja di Australia Consortium For In Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) sebagai program assistant. Dia merupakan sarjana ilmu politik dari Ilmu Hubungan Internasional di Universitas Gadjah Mada. Evani sejak lama memiliki keinginan besar untuk bekerja yang berkaitan dengan isu-isu internasional.Setelah menyelesaikan skripsi, dia mengikuti program magang di Kementerian Luar Negeri Indonesia. Kemudian dan tentunya dia memiliki keinginan kuat untuk meningkatkan hubungan antar warga Indonesia dengan Australia. Menurutnya sangat penting bagi kedua bangsa ini meningkatkan kesadaran akan banyaknya kesempatan yang ditawarkan bila memiliki hubungan yang baik antar kedua negara. Oleh karena itu, Evani berharap AIYa bisa menjadi media untuk mewujudkan hubungan lebih erat antara Indonesia dan Australia khususnya di level pemuda.

Shaun Lindfield: Petugas Umum

img_2199Shaun Lindfield adalah mahasiswa studi internasional di Universitas Wollongong. Saat ini Shaun sedang menjalani semester kedua dalam program pertukaran pelajar di Universitas Gadah Mada ( UGM ) . Shaun mengambil subjek yang berhubungan dengan ketertarikannya di Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Politik UGM, hal ini telah memperluas pengetahuannya mengenai seberapa penting hubungan lintas budaya antara Australia dan Indonesia yang kuat. Shaun berharap bahwa melalui AIYA cabang Yogyakarta, dia dapat menghubungkan pemuda Indonesia dan Australia dengan satu sama lain kemudian mendorong hubungan yang sejahtera serta menguntungkan kedua negara.

 


English | Bahasa Inggris

12814045_512680928904190_2134626412243613900_nThe 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.

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Facebook: Australia Indonesia Youth Association – Yogyakarta

Twitter: @AIYAYogyakarta

Instagram: @aiya.yogyakarta

Email: yogyakarta@aiya.org.au.

Committee Members

Wisnu Trianugeraha: Vice President of Operations

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

IMG_0486 (1)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.

Evani Pertika Raharjo (Evani): Project Officer 

12325240_10207545485853135_622166110_nEvani Pertika Raharjo (Evani) is currently working with the Australian Consortium For In Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) as a Program Assistant. She holds a bachelor degree from the International Relations Department of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) (2015). Evani has long been passionate to work in a related to international issues. After completing her degree, she completed an internship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia. She has definitely a strong interest to enhance people to people relations between Indonesia and Australia. She thinks it is an imperative for young Australians and Indonesians alike to be aware of opportunities in which they can participate in the development of this relationship. She hopes that AIYA will provide a platform to do so.

Shaun Lindfield: Project Assistant

img_2199Shaun Lindfield is an international studies student at the University of Wollongong and is currently in his second semester exchange at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM). Taking subjects related to his interests at UGM’s faculty of social and political sciences has broadened his horizons about the need for stronger cross-cultural relations between Australia and Indonesia. Shaun hopes that through AIYA’s Yogyakarta chapter he can connect young Indonesian’s and Australian’s with each other and encourage a prosperous relationship that will benefit both nations.

Hanalei Bickley: Project Officer

p1014136Hanalei is 3 years into her 5 year Arts/Social Work degree at the University of Sydney. With a major in Indonesian studies and minors in French and Indigenous Studies, she’s passionate about becoming a social worker and travelling the world with her job! As a PO with AIYA, she hopes to help link more Indonesian and Australian students together, and meet some more Indonesian friends while she’s on exchange at UGM (2016) herself. “Studying in Indonesia has been a life-changing decision, I hope I can inspire more of my fellow Aussie students to start learning Bahasa and get over here to experience all Yogyakarta (and Indonesia) has to offer for themselves!”

Raveen Ranawake: Project Assistant 

Raveen is from Perth, Western Australia and is a second year Arts student at the University of Western Australia, majoring in Political Science & International Relations and Indonesian.  He is currently participating in the Flexible Language Immersion Program with ACICIS for a semester at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta. Raveen’s interest in Indonesia began since he studied Indonesian in primary school and worked as an Indonesian teacher’s assistant at his high school. As part of this semester’s committee, Raveen looks forward to working with Indonesian and Australian students and contributing to AIYA’s vision of being a platform for bilateral youth engagement.

Sayle Johnston: Secretary

Sayle Johnston is an undergraduate student from the University of Melbourne, undertaking studies in international relations, development and Indonesian language. With the support of a New Colombo Plan Scholarship he is working and studying in Indonesia for the duration of 2016. This has seen him complete a semester of study with Universitas Parahyangan in Bandung, and then an internship with the Australian Consulate General in Bali. Currently residing in Yogyakarta and studying at UGM, Sayle is happy to be working with AIYA in order to strengthen the crucial bilateral relationship between Australia and Indonesia.

Angela Godewatte: Social Media Officer

Angela is currently undertaking the second year of her Bachelor of Arts at The University Of Melbourne, majoring in Criminology. She is studying in Yogyakarta for one semester in the University of Islam Indonesia as part of the ACICIS Indonesian business, law and society program. She has joined the team here at AIYA in order to contribute her creative skills as well as promote friendship between Indonesian and Australian youths. She is committed to fostering a strong and nurturing cross-country environment for budding students as she has studied Bahasa throughout her schooling and continued during her university studies. She is enthusiastic about social media correspondence and tech-trends which coincide with her passion for photography and graphic design.