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AIYA Links: 10 July

In the news The World Bank’s latest Indonesia Economic Quarterly touts the role of government investment as the private sector slows. In a Bloomberg interview, Vice-President Jusuf Kalla says China’s economy is of top concern […]

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AIYA Links: 3 July

 In the news On the 70th birthday of the Australia-Indonesia Association, Hamish McDonald looks back to the beginning. President Jokowi hosts private meetings with fund managers to talk up investment. At Inside Indonesia, researcher Satri […]

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AIYA Links: 26 June

Introducing NAILA AIYA is proud to announce the National Australia Indonesia Language Awards (NAILA), an Australia-wide Bahasa Indonesia speech competition open to primary school to executive level speakers. Check out the […]

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AIYA Links: 12 June

In the news At New Mandala, AIYA’s Natasha Burrows argues Australia’s outrage over cattle slaughter in Indonesia reveals a curious double standard. The Indonesia Institute’s Ross Taylor suggests practical steps to get more […]

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AIYA Links: 5 June

The Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) is back for 2015, and applications to be a delegate are now open. Find out how to be a part of the premier […]

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AIYA Links: CAUSINDY 2015

New ideas, new speakers—and a brand new location. The Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth, CAUSINDY, returns to Australia this year, and we’re looking forward to our biggest conference yet. Read […]

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AIYA Links: 22 May

In the news Jakarta has criticised the Australian government’s refusal to help resettle Rohingya asylum seekers. Bloomberg reports on how Indonesia is seeking a balance between China and other lenders funding infrastructure. […]

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AIYA Links: 15 May

In the news Huge cuts to Australia’s development assistance to Indonesia: AIYA’s Arjuna Dibley in highlighted how Australian aid brings badly-needed transparency to Indonesia’s legal system. Benjamin Day says it’s a ‘missed an opportunity […]

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AIYA Links: 8 May

In the news After last week’s execution of two Australian citizens in Indonesia, a new Lowy poll finds that Australians reject the death penalty while supporting stable ties with Indonesia. Fairfax’s John Garnaut warns […]

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