AIYA Links: 14 April
AIYA would like to wish everybody celebrating Easter a safe and happy holiday.
News & analysis
- Indonesians were shocked by an acid attack on a respected anti-corruption investigator.
- Human Rights Watch condemns planned caning for two men detained for homosexuality in Aceh.
- CSIS Jakarta’s @Rockintan explains why Indonesia is likely to avoid ‘high quality’ free trade agreements.
- ANU’s Ray Yen laments the demise of Jakarta’s noisy but characterful orange Bajaj.
At the AIYA Blog
- ReelOzInd! is looking for submissions to this fantastic cross-border short film competion.
- Cricket in Indonesia? It can work, says this week’s Career Champion Bruce Christie.
- Yogyakarta, 14 April: Join a futsal tournament with AIYA Yogya!
- Melbourne, 19 April: AIYA VIC’s Language Exchange has a masak-masak night. RSVP required.
- Brisbane, 22 April: Celebrate Kartini Day with AIYA QLD and PIQ.
- CAUSINDY 2017 is seeking committed volunteers to help organise AIYA’s flagship event.
- UniBRIDGE: Attention AIYA members! Practice your Indonesian from anywhere in Australia with UniBRIDGE Project. Speak Indonesian in real-time with Indonesian university students and help them out with their English. You can also take advantage of the free online language worksheets.