Entries by Samantha Yap

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CAUSINDY 2017 – Day 2 Wrap-up

After a refreshing night’s sleep at the Sofitel, delegates were up bright and early to have their first CAUSINDY Review session. The CAUSINDY Review is one of the main events of the conference, where delegates teams of five or six are mentored by an experienced leader in the bilateral relationship. The delegate groups, who have […]

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CAUSINDY 2017 Day 1 Wrap-up

CAUSINDY 2017 kicked off with a welcome reception at the offices of the architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall (DCM). Delegates, mentors and team members were welcomed by CAUSINDY COO Edgar Myer, who acknowledged the Wurundjeri nation on whose land the conference is taking place. We are reminded that Indigenous peoples and their custodianship of the […]

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From B2B to P2P: Telstra, telkomtelstra & CAUSINDY partner to foster bilateral ties

Building on the partnership with CAUSINDY, Telstra and telkomtelstra will be supporting CAUSINDY 2017 and this year’s focus on fostering people-to-people links between young leaders from Australia and Indonesia. Telkomtelstra is a joint venture between PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom Indonesia), Indonesia’s largest telecommunications operator, and Telstra Corporation Limited (Telstra Australia), a regional leader in enterprise […]

The Victorian Government fosters Indonesia engagement with CAUSINDY partnership

The Victorian government is strengthening its engagement with Indonesia by supporting the Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) conference which will be held in Melbourne this October. Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis said the conference was a great chance to bring together future leaders from both countries to build cultural […]

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Meet the 2017 CAUSINDY delegates!

The CAUSINDY team are thrilled to announce the 30 delegates who will be joining us for our fifth conference held in Melbourne this year. This CAUSINDY is proud to be partnering with Corrs Chambers Westgarth, the Northern Territory Government, UTS:INSEARCH, the Australian National University, the University of Melbourne, the Australian Indonesian Centre, Asialink and Denton […]

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The University of Melbourne, the Australia-Indonesia Centre and CAUSINDY partner to transform Aus-Indo bilateral relationship

The University of Melbourne, the Australia-Indonesia Centreand CAUSINDY have joined forces tohelp transform the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship to one that will offer solid links to industry, government and academia. “The University of Melbourne with the Australia-Indonesia Centre is very pleased to again partner with CAUSINDY to support dialogue and collaboration between emerging leaders in Indonesia […]

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth commits to strengthening Australia-Indonesia ties with CAUSINDY 2017

Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Australia’s leading independent law firms, is returning to support CAUSINDY for the fifth year in a row, affirming its long-standing commitment to forging strong partnerships between Australia and Indonesia. “Programs like CAUSINDY play an important role in helping our lawyers to better understand Australia’s relationship with Indonesia, in turn helping them to […]