the answers of your questions about Indonesia’s cultures, customs and
tradition-greetings in our introduction post here.
Adelaide, 5 May – AIYA SA will be going to the
Crows v Fremantle game on Sunday afternoon. Follow the FB event for the link to purchase tickets!
Adelaide, 6 May – AIYA SA play futsal every Monday
night at Flinders Uni. Message them via the FB page if you’re keen to join in.
May – Get set to
join AIYA Queensland for a Buka Puasa x Slang Language Exchange from 5pm
at Sendok Garpu, Indooroopilly. Further details will soon be posted on the
QLD FB page.
Canberra, TONIGHT – AIA is hosting a Trivia Night at the Kingston
Hotel starting from 6pm. The Trivia questions will cover both Australian
and Indonesian questions. Book now.
Kupang, 4 May – Come join AIYA East Indo-Kupang’s Morning Run
‘Lari Pagi’ with MITRA Mobile Library from 6.00 WITA at Jalan El Tari.
More info available here.
Melbourne, 4 May – PPIA
Monash x LPDP Monash presents the Indonesian Students Symposium Australia
(ISSA) 2019. With the theme “Millennial: Envisioning Creative
Industry 4.0”, ISSA is being held to empower students and inspire them to
join the creative industry. Tickets are only $15 (BUY 5 GET 1 FREE!). Register now and follow the FB event.
Melbourne, 8 May– Come to AIYA Vic’s LX every Wednesday at 6pm,
RMIT Building 80.
May – Join AIYA VIC
for a morning of badminton at Monash Caulfield. All levels welcome. This
event is GRATIS for AIYA members and just $5 for non-members (you can
become a member on the day). Follow the FB event and RSVP here. Ayo, bermain bulutangkis
bersama AIYA Victoria!
Sydney, 4 May – Come join AIYA NSW on Saturday for the Bondi
to Coogee coastal walk! It’s a great chance to enjoy the last of Sydney’s
warm weather and hang out with fellow AIYA members. To register, follow
this link and follow the FB event too!
Yogyakarta, 5 May – Feel like going for a jog? Join AIYA Yogya from 7am @ Wisdom Park, UGM for some early
Yogyakarta, 7 May – 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 to see just how fun
futsal is! #YukOlahraga!
Yogyakarta, 15 May – Come along to AIYA Yogyakarta’s LX from 6.30PM @ AoA
Resto & Creative Space. Don’t miss the chance to ngobrol
Join AIYA National! We are currently taking expressions of
interest for the roles of AIYA National President and Treasurer. Are you keen to lead the next
stage of AIYA’s mission to facilitate and foster increased bilateral youth
engagement? This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to the ongoing
success of AIYA. Please reach out to us if you have any questions about
the roles. Submissions due 6 May 2019.
Apply now to join the 2019 National
Australia Indonesia Language Awards (NAILA)
Committee! They’re recruiting
for a number of volunteer positions in Partnerships, Engagement,
Communications, Creative, Programs, and Translations. Read more about the opportunity – applications are due midnight (AEST) on 15
ACICIS are currently seeking input from key
stakeholders regarding arrangements to be made to honour and celebrate the
achievements of ACICIS founding Consortium Director Professor David T
Hill. Please see the Terms of Reference for stakeholder consultation
available here. Any input must be received by
May 15 2019. Contact [email protected]du.au for any questions or further information.
Prospera is seeking a number of interns, for
placements up to six months, to assist with range of skills including data
collection, cleaning and analyses; reviews of literature; written and oral
translation; communications, research, and logistical support. Internships
are based in Jakarta. Read the position description and click here to apply. Applications must be received by
5pm (Jakarta time) on 17 May 2019.
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 and
requirements, click here. Applications close 17 May
Are you, or do you know, an
Honours student whose research engages with Southeast Asia? Apply to
attend SSEAC’sHonours Bootcamp on 25 – 27 June! Travel
grants are available for students coming from outside Sydney. Find out
more and apply here by 19 May.
The ASEAN Emerging Researchers Conference 2019 in Cambridge,
England will be held on 6 July 2019, the theme for the ASEAN ERC 2019 is
‘Answers to Global Challenges – Sustainability’. Abstract submissions are due on 20 May
Call for student volunteers! University students in Yogyakarta are invited to participate in a
two-week research project focusing on issues of disability and social
inclusion in Indonesia, alongside students from the University of Sydney. SSEAC
is looking for 4 – 6 local student volunteers to participate, running from
3 – 12 July 2019. Learn more about this fantastic
The ANU Indonesia Institute invites panel and paper
proposals for the Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC),
to be held on 19 – 21 November. Submissions are welcome from established
scholars in all disciplines, as well as from postgraduate and graduate
students and other experts to present their research. Submission deadline
for papers and panel proposals is 1 June. Submit here!
Conference is calling for papers. The conference will bring together
expertise on Southeast Asia from University of Sydney postgraduates and
the early career researchers community. Submission deadline is Monday 27
May and conference will be held 24 June. Submit papers here and register to attend.
Applications are now open for the ACICIS six-week
Business Professional Practicum (BPP),
running in Jakarta in January-February 2020. $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants are
available to support eligible Australian undergraduate students.
Applications close 1 July 2019.
The New Colombo Plan
Scholarship Program provides opportunities for Australian
undergraduate students to undertake semester-based study and internships
or mentorships in 40 participating Indo-Pacific locations. Applications
from nominated students open on 16 July and close on 14 August 2019.
Students interested in the program are advised to contact their
international liaison office. Learn more here!
ReelOzInd! 2019 is open for submissions! Take
part in another spectacular tour of Indonesian and Australian storytelling
and creativity. Filmmakers, aspiring filmmakers and anyone who can get
their hands on video recording device are invited to submit a film of 10
minutes duration or less, in keeping with the theme ‘berubah/change’. Baca
lebih lanjut dalam Bahasa
here before 16 August!