Jakarta, Mataram, Makassar, Bandung & Surabaya, 14 – 31 March –
Festival Sinema Australia Indonesia (#FSAI2019) is coming. Various
genres of Australian and Indonesian feature films will be screened. And
for the first time, FSAI 2019 presents a selection of short films featured
at Flickerfest, Australia’s leading competitive short film festival.
Tickets are gratis! Read more.
April – AIYA Queensland are finally kicking off 2019 with their Annual
General Meeting. Come along to local Indonesian restaurant Sendok Garpu to
have your say in the future of AIYA Queensland and even join their
committee! There will be free Indonesian coffee for AIYA members – you can
also sign up to be a member on the day! RSVP on the FB event.
April – Macquarie University are pleased to invite you to a Guest Lecture
on “Health Reform across the World; Regional Issues of Health Policy,
Management and Systems Reform”, 2 – 4pm. The lecture will feature leading
Australian experts from Macquarie University. Please register online by 7
April 2019 via this link (early registration essential).
Kupang, 27 March – AIYA East Indo-Kupang is hosting Language
Exchange at Aussie Banget Corner, Nusa Cendana University from
11am onwards. This week’s theme is fotografi!
Melbourne, March 22 – April
10 – The Indonesian Film
Festival (IFF) is the most prominent celebration of Indonesian cinema in
Australia. Held annually, it aims to promote the appreciation of
Indonesian culture in Australia, as well as raising international
awareness of the burgeoning Indonesian film culture. Check
out the films and dates here!
Melbourne, 3 April– Come to AIYA Vic’s LX every Wednesday at 6pm,
RMIT Building 80.
Melbourne, 8 April – Attend
the ‘Networking Evening with Indonesian Tech: Start-ups, Scale-ups &
Innovators’. AIBC VIC, Flinders University New Venture Institute and
Australia Awards invite you to join them for an evening with 25
CEOs/Co-Founders of Indonesian tech companies and representatives of
Indonesian innovation hubs, accelerators, and the relevant Indonesian
Ministries. Click here to register for the event!
Perth, 8 April – The
Australia-Indonesia Centre, The University of Western Australia Public
Policy Institute, and Australia Indonesia Business Council invite you to
‘Indonesia Votes 2019: State of the Race & Future of Bilateral Trade
Ties’. Please note registration is
essential as space is limited.
Sydney, 1 April – The Indonesian Consulate in Sydney are hosting
an Australia-Indonesia Youth Connection Night from 6 – 8pm. It’s a chance
for Australian and Indonesian young people to visit the consulate, meet
the Consul General, enjoy FREE Indonesian food, practice their language
skills, hangout and network. Ayo, RSVP
to receive more details about the event!
Sydney, 9 April – This year will be the first time a
presidential and general election has been held on the same day in
Indonesia. Hosted by SSEAC and AIYA NSW, join the expert panel the week
before the election to learn more about the key issues at stake for
Indonesia and our region. The panel session will be followed by an
extended Q&A session with the audience. Register here!
Yogyakarta, 31 March – Feel like going for a jog? Join AIYA Yogya from 7am @ Wisdom Park, UGM for some early
Yogyakarta, 2 April – AIYA Yogya will host RRI
Pro 2 Futsal from 5 – 7pm every Tuesday. It is 15k for members
and 20k for non-members. Check out the video and see how fun was
the last futsal night was! #YukOlahraga!
Yogyakarta, 4 April – Feeling sporty? Join AIYA Yogyakarta and play
some badminton at SMPN 1 Yogyakarta.
The Australian Consulate-General Bali
is hosting an Island Tourism Forum in Lombok 29-30 April 2019.
Participants will have an opportunity to share and discuss tourism
development, sustainability and stakeholder engagement. As one of
Indonesia’s new priority tourist destinations and the gateway to the Nusa
Tenggara islands, Lombok is the perfect location to engage in an island-based
tourism discussion. The Forum will bring together government, academia,
business, NGOs and communities to share experiences, encourage partnerships and
explore investment and commercial possibilities through keynote speaker
presentations, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities.
AIYA QLD is having their AGM on 6 April
where they will elect a brand new committee. Apply for any one of the
following positions: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer,
Events Officers (Education, Sports, Socio Cultural). To apply for a
must be an AIYA member and if you have questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in studying and
interning in Indonesia for six months? Applications for ACICIS semester-long programs running in Semester 2, 2019, in
agriculture, science, business, law, field studies & international
relations, close 15 April. Up to $8,000 New Colombo Plan grants are
available for eligible students.
Keen to finally learn
Indonesian? The WEA INDONESIAN BEGINNERS 1 Course starts on Monday
April 29 at 5.30pm. Courses take place in the CBD close to the Town Hall
station. WEA is the only non profit organisation that provides an Indonesian
Beginners Course for Adults in NSW. Enrol now!
Registrations for UNSW’s
Women in Asia Conference, ‘Women in an Era of Anti-Elitism: Responding
to the Challenge of Rising Populism and its Threat to Gender Inclusivity’,
June 21 to 23, close 20 April. Register here to attend. You can also
volunteer at the event!
Volunteers required! FBBI 2019 is the Festival Bahasa
dan Budaya Indonesia 2019 and aims to celebrate and share Indonesian
language and culture with high-school students across Victoria. The need
volunteers to present at the four workshops being held from March – May
across Warrnambool, Wodonga, Melbourne City or Clayton. To register your
interest, click here.
Saksara Research is
currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified
graduates to join its field research team in East Java (Surabaya based).
Research Assistant positions are for a one month contract, with the
possibility for an extension. Information about how to apply for this
opportunity is available in the position description.
Nominations for the 2019
Australia Indonesia Awards are open until 31 March 2019. Name a
hardworking person you know who is committed to building Australia
Indonesia relations. Categories this year are, women’s sport,
technology/training and arts & entertainment. Nominate someone here.
Apply to be a Growth Strategy Document
Consultant at the Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Promoting Rural
Incomes through Support for Markets in Agriculture (PRISMA 2) program.
Applications close on 29 March 2019. For more info, please click here.
The Indonesia Council Open Conference
is calling for papers and panel submissions. The conference will be held 19 – 21 November 2019 at ANU.
Deadline for submissions is 1 June. Submit your abstracts here!
Australia Awards Scholarships for Master’s and PhD degrees have officially
opened and close on 30 April 2019. If you dream about studying in
Australia with a full scholarship, apply online here. Applicants must also
complete an Additional Information for Online Application.
If you have any questions regarding the applications, please contact the
Australia Awards in Indonesia office via WhatsApp – +62 81289804911,
Phone – +62 21 5277648 or email. For further information, please click here.
The City of Melbourne is calling on
innovators, entrepreneurs, students and community members to take part in
Open Innovation Competition 2019. Submissions open 7 March and close 18
April 2019. One of the major prizes includes a trip to the Bandung
Institute of Technology. Follow the competition here.
Call for Volunteers at Indofest 2019, South
Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia Inc. (AIASA) is
looking for enthusiastic and committed volunteers to assist in the 2019 Indofest
event on Sunday, 28 April 2019 at Victoria Square (South side). The
committee will provide take-away lunch on the day, and a certificate of
acknowledgment should you require one. If you are interested in
volunteering, please fill out the expression of interest form here.
The Provincial Government of East
Kalimantan has collaborated with Australia Awards in Indonesia,
Mulawarman University, and the University of Adelaide to provide a
Split-Site Master’s Scholarship Program for high school and vocational
school English teachers in East Kalimantan, for the academic year of
2019-2021. For more information on the scholarship’s procedures,
requirements, and timeline, click here. Applications close 17 May
English First (EF) Indonesia is looking for Australian teachers for
teaching posts in Indonesia. EF Indonesia is also offering sponsorship for
a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate valued at over
$500 to successful candidates as well as full reimbursement for flights
to/from Australia. If you would like to apply, please email email@example.com
describing why you are applying for this role (100 words max) and attach