NEW Vacancy at CAUSINDY: Digital Content Producer

Are you passionate about the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship? Use your knowledge of both countries and be part of CAUSINDY as the Digital Content Producer! Click here to learn more about the position. We are seeking one Digital Content Producer (can be either Australia or Indonesia based) to join the Communications Team. As part of this team, you will assist with video …

Announcing CAUSINDY Online: A New Webinar Series

Join us for the Arts Panel – our first webinar for the CAUSINDY Online series that will be held on Wednesday, 10 June 2020 at 6.30 PM AEST / 3.30 PM WIB! The arts is one of many industries that has suffered disproportionately as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic – but it is also the industry that we turn …

CAUSINDY+AII Partnership Announcement

CAUSINDY is pleased to announce that our Pathways Mentorship Program in collaboration with AIYA (Australia-Indonesia Youth Association) is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Indonesia Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII), which aims to foster links between Australia and Indonesia by increasing cultural awareness and mutual understanding, is also a major sponsor …

PATHWAYS: A New Professional Mentorship Program from CAUSINDY & AIYA

CAUSINDY Alumni, are you interested in building a professional mentoring relationship with the future leaders of Indonesia and Australia bilateral relations? We are looking for mentors to participate in Pathways, the brand new professional mentorship program co-run by CAUSINDY and AIYA – and we invite you, CAUSINDY Alumni, to apply as mentors. About the program Pathways is a new collaborative …

CAUSINDY Indonesia-Based Alumni Manager and Alumni Officer Vacancies

Are you passionate about the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship? Use your knowledge of both countries and be part of CAUSINDY as the Indonesia-based Alumni Manager or Alumni Officer! Click here for information about both vacancies. As CAUSINDY’s alumni base has grown significantly in recent years, we are now seeking one Alumni Manager and one Alumni Officer (both Indonesia based) to join our …

CAUSINDY COO and Alumni Manager Vacancies

Are you passionate about the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship? Use your knowledge of both countries and be part of CAUSINDY as the Chief Operating Officer or the Australia-based Alumni Manager! Click here for information about both vacancies. As CAUSINDY’s alumni base has grown significantly in recent years, we are now seeking one Chief Operating Officer (Australia or Indonesia based) and one Alumni …

An update on CAUSINDY and COVID-19

All of us in the CAUSINDY community have been following developments around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our communities. Although we are only beginning to understand the effect the virus will have on everyday life, it’s clear that it will be significant, particularly for organisations that focus on facilitating people-to-people engagement. As a result, the CAUSINDY board …

Alumni Spotlight on Yudistira Adipratama (Makassar 2018)

By Catherine Setiawan I first met Yudistira, or Yudis, at CAUSINDY 2018 in Makassar, Indonesia. From day one, I knew that Yudis is a man with a big vision. This year, he received his Master of Law from the University of Melbourne with a full scholarship from Australia Awards in Indonesia (AAI). Before undertaking his Master’s degree, he had already …

Panel Wrap-Up: Youth Action and Social Activism (CAUSINDY 2019)

by Lachlan Haycock The second and final panel of the conference examined the role of youth action in the context of social activism. Our panelists discussed the ups and downs of youth movements, from the Australian far-right to Indonesian citizen journalism and election volunteerism. Our all-female panel promoted women’s rights, LGBTIQ+ issues and the importance of health education. The panel …

Panel Wrap-Up: Government, Business and Politics (CAUSINDY 2019)

by Catherine Setiawan The first panel of the conference was held at the NT Department of Trade, Business and Innovation and discussed issues of Government, Business, and Politics – looking at these topics from a ‘top-down’ perspective. The speakers were Dr. Ross Tapsell, Lecturer and Researcher at ANU, Air Marshal (Ret) Eris Herryanto, Secretary of the Asian Games 2018, and Nicholas …