In a rural region experiencing agrarian development, how are the priorities and aspirations of young people in South Sulawesi changing?
AIC dan Pemerintah Sulawesi Selatan mempresentasikan webinar baru: Keterampilan & pelatihan untuk pemuda di Sulawesi Selatan.
Mapping health and wellbeing challenges in the South Sulawesi seaweed farming community is the aim of a group of researchers from the Australia-Indonesia Centre.
Dr Gaston Soehadi is one of the directors of ReelOzInd. He lists the judges’ choices to Sri Dean and explains how and when you can vote for your choice of best film. It’s easy to access online and free!
The sixth annual ReelOzInd! Australia-Indonesia Short Film Festival 2021 has premiered, launching with an online event showcasing 11 films alongside a Q&A with selected jury members and winning filmmakers.
Celebrating six years, the ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival premiered on 10 October 2021.
Australia Indonesia Centre telah menjadi kontributor utama bagi Pemerintah Federal untuk Cetak Biru Perdagangan dan Investasi dengan Indonesia, sebuah dokumen yang mengidentifikasi beragam peluang pada sektor pendidikan serta sektor-sektor lain seperti pertanian dan kesehatan.
As the world battles the pandemic, short films tell stories of courage, humour and work to reconnect us with family, friends and neighbours. The AIC spoke with some of the directors whose films have been shortlisted for this year’s awards.
The Australia Indonesia Centre has been a key contributor to the federal government’s Blueprint for Trade and Investment with Indonesia, a document that identifies opportunities across education as well as areas such as agriculture and health.
Saya senang mengumumkan bahwa Duta Besar Australia yang baru untuk Indonesia, Yang Terhormat Penny Williams PSM, telah bergabung dengan dewan penasihat Australia-Indonesia Centre.
Australia’s new Ambassador to Jakarta joins the Australia-Indonesia Centre as part of an extensive career as a diplomat.
ReelOzInd! 2021 jury member Yulia Evina Bhara recently featured on Indonesia at Melbourne’s Talking Indonesia podcast, as hosted by festival director Jemma Purdey.
COVID-19 has posed numerous challenges across the globe. The pandemic and its associated restrictions have changed the way we work, study, socialise, and interact.