It’s been nearly a week since applications opened for this year’s Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth and already, we’ve been impressed by the quality of candidates. We’re looking forward to receiving more!
This is the first of a series of weekly updates from the conference team, which will cover news and events about CAUSINDY, as well as our favourite reading on the Australia-Indonesia relationship. Selamat membaca!
The year so far
- We’ve been excited to welcome this year’s first two partners on board: Corrs Chambers Westgarth and Asialink. Both supported us in 2013, and we’re looking forward to working with them again.
- Corrs CEO John Denton was one of our speakers at last year’s conference. He gave a fascinating speech on the role of young leaders in “enlarging the future” of the bilateral relationship.
- We often speak of the relationship as though it began in 1945. But the reality is that Australians and Indonesians have been in contact long before then.
- This month’s issue of Inside Indonesia has some great reading on Indonesia’s elections — as Edward Aspinall puts it, a “glimpse of Indonesia’s political future”.
- CAUSINDY founder Bede Moore was interviewed for The Economic’s GE Look Ahead series. Hear his thoughts on entrepreneurship in an emerging market at their website.
Apply for CAUSINDY 2014
With applications now open, it’s time to update your resume andprepare your application for this year’s conference. Check out ourfrequently asked questions for more on the application process, selection criteria, and deadlines.
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