AIYA Links: 13 May
Join a network of young leaders that crosses borders. Applications to join this year’s Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth in Bali are now open.
In the news
- No westerners will be among the convicts to be executed soon by Indonesia, one of whom alleges that he was wrongly convicted.
- Indonesian authorities have told individuals mentioned in the Panama Papers to get their taxes in line.
- @_DaveMcRae_ speaks to experts about Indonesia’s developing universal healthcare scheme on the Talking Indonesia podcast.
- At the Indonesia at Melbourne blog, an interesting look at the challenges of putting Indonesia’s forest areas on a single map.
At the AIYA Blog
- Harry Knock reviews The Sun, The Moon & The Hurricane, a groundbreaking LGBT-themed Indonesian film.
- Read Riza Suryadarni’s winning essay of AIYA Yogyakarta’s recent Kartini Day essay contest.
Events & opportunities
- Aural Archipelago is a great resource for exploring traditional music from all around Indonesia. Volunteers are being sought to translate posts into Bahasa Indonesia—contact [email protected] to voice your interest!
Correction: an earlier version of this post mischaracterised Fairfax’s story on upcoming executions in Indonesia. We apologise for the error.