Yogyakarta

Posted on 27 August, 2013

The AIYA Yogyakarta Chapter aims to connect, inspire and inform Australians and Indonesians about opportunities to engage in the bilateral relationship. 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.

Email: [email protected].

Committee Members

Arifiana T. P Wardhani – President

Tata is a senior student at Universitas Gadjah Mada. She studies international law as she wants to pursue a career as a diplomat. Her experiences participating in several short courses with students from Australia brought her to AIYA in 2018. That was when she developed a big interest in the Indonesia-Australia bilateral relationship. Tata is fond of culture, especially Javanese. She is aware that not many people, especially youth like us, are into a traditional culture. She believes that traditional culture doesn’t only belong to old people, but the youths as well to embrace and preserve the richness of the culture itself.

Diofaldo Daffa Ardhana – Vice President

Aldo or commonly called Dio is a third year student of International Relations in Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta. He has some hobbies related to learning and developing Languages by means of communications and connecting many people throughout the world. Therefore, he has a purpose to become an Indonesian diplomat and studies International Relations for the sake of his purpose. He believes that every person should connect without any region, language, or culture boundaries which affect the background of someone’s life. Through AIYA, he can pioneer his purpose where he can meet and connect many people with various backgrounds to understand each other without any boundaries, especially connect Indonesians and Australians.

Fadilah Rahma – Secretary

Fadilah Rahma or Fad is in her last year of study, finishing with a major in International Relations. She has been a member of AIYA since 2017 and has been involved with the committee ever since. AIYA has helped grow and develop her abilities to build countless friendships and opened the door for thought-provoking discussion in a cross cultural environment. She likes to organize events to meet new people, listen to stories, and exchange thoughts, which makes her excited to be the socio-culture officer for AIYA Yogyakarta this year! She is a vibrant personality, always smiling and enjoying a laugh. She loves when she gets holidays and is always seeking a new mountain to climb! When asked what she’s most excited for this semester of AIYA she responded “COOL”!


Last Updated 20 November 2020.