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I am pleased to announce Fitria Sofyani and Bernard Lane as the recipients of a prestigious journalism award named in honour of Liz O’Neill, a Public Affairs Counsellor from the Australian Embassy in Jakarta who died on duty in a plane crash in Indonesia in 2007.

An extraordinary collection of innovative musical instruments and sound installations has been created from the imaginations of eight Australian and Indonesian sound artists and instrument builders working side-by-side in Yogyakarta.

The Australian Government has made special arrangements to assist the family members of passengers and crew on MH370 to obtain a visa for travel to Australia.

An R’n’B pop group from the Tiwi Islands in Australia’s north, B2M (Bathurst to Melville), won hearts in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.

Asialink Arts and BLINDSIDE are pleased to present Vertigo as part of the 2014 Asialink Arts Touring Exhibition Program.

Australia and Indonesia are working together to help people with disability overcome major obstacles many face in navigating Indonesia’s justice system.

The empowerment of women and girls is one of the most effective ways to achieve higher economic growth and better living standards among the millions of people in developing countries in our region.

Millions of Indonesian children do not have a birth certificate, due to the costs involved, the distance to legal identity service providers, complex processes with courts and government agencies, or their parents simply don’t know how to register their child.

A temporary outdoor art gallery was today unveiled on the wall surrounding the site of the new Australian Embassy in South Jakarta.

Minister for Foreign Affairs The Hon Julie Bishop MP has announced that Mr Bimo Wijayanto and Ms Diana Setiyawati have been awarded the inaugural Australia Awards Hadi Soesastro Prize.

The Australian Trade Commission, Austrade, in partnership with Ikatan Alumni Mahasiswa Australia IKAMA, will deliver the 2nd Australian Graduate Jobs Fair in Jakarta on Saturday 22 February 2014.

Australia's Ambassador for Women and Girls, Ms Natasha Stott Despoja, has successfully concluded a visit to Indonesia, as part of Australia’s international engagement on gender equality and women’s empowerment.

The Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Greg Moriarty, is pleased to announce that 303 Indonesians have been selected as Australia Awards Fellows and will receive short-term training and professional development opportunities in Australia.

Young Australians and Indonesians met in Jakarta today to explore how they can help enrich the people-to-people relationship between Australia and Indonesia.

The Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Greg Moriarty, is pleased to announce that applications for Australia Awards Scholarships will open on Saturday 1 February 2014.

Applications are now being sought from young Indonesian Muslim leaders to take part in the 2014 Muslim Exchange Program (MEP).

Applications are now open to young Indonesian Muslim Leaders interested in participating in this year’s Australia-Indonesia Muslim Exchange Program. The Muslim Exchange Program (MEP) for young leaders began in 2002 to build links between Muslim communities in Australia and Indonesia and promote greater understanding and recognition of religion and its role in each country.

The Australian Government today handed over equipment and other assets provided under the Australia Bali Memorial Eye Centre support to the Indonesian Government in Denpasar, Bali.

The Australian Government has announced the selection of over 500 Indonesian students as “Australia Awards” recipients in 2014.

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australia-Indonesia Institute invite applications for the Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award.


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Australia Awards

Australia Awards promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through Australia’s extensive scholarship programs.




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