causindy is back!
In 2023, CAUSINDY returns with a brand-new, in-person conference for Australian and Indonesian young professionals.
In time for CAUSINDY’s 10th anniversary, this year’s conference reflects on our journey across the past decade and our ongoing contribution to the bilateral space through the lens of emerging professionals and volunteers from both countries.
The 2023 conference theme is sustainable tourism. Many of us love to travel, and tourism is a booming industry across Indonesia and Australia. But how do we travel the world in a sustainable way? For a long time, the tourism industry has been a key economic priority for both countries, and as we progress away from the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourism sector shows increasing promise of bilateral trade and investment opportunities.
CAUSINDY 2023 will focus on current and potential sustainable tourism practices, why it’s gained ground in recent years, and how the industry interconnects with other sectors. Participants will gather for multiple days of thought-provoking panel discussions, social and networking events, and professional development opportunities.
Over the course of the conference, delegates will work with expert mentors to dive into an issue in the Australia-Indonesia relationship and present a possible solution.
Panel discussions give delegates an opportunity to discuss culture, politics business and other hot topics with experts speakers and leaders in the bilateral relationship.
Social and networking events provide an opportunity to delegates to get to know each other and have informal discussions with our speakers and partners.
Join a network of emerging leaders that crosses borders…
The CAUSINDY Board and volunteer team are currently finalising the 2023 conference, which be held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 24 to 27 May. Please note that we have now reached out to all successful applicants. To all applicants, thank you for your interest in this year’s conference – we look forward to welcoming your interest again in the coming years.
CAUSINDY provided me not only with a network and friendships, but also the leadership skills and confidence that I needed to be a better and more effective leader in my organisation.
Participating in CAUSINDY gave me a sense of legitimacy – I felt accepted among a community of like-minded people. Without CAUSINDY, I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to build those connections.
CAUSINDY gave me a really important platform to advocate for the issues that I felt were important in the bilateral relationship.
I got to make a difference in the bilateral relationship, hopefully being able to improve understanding of Australia and vice versa.
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