Tweet Alex Setiawan highlights the importance of a good relationship between Australia and its neighbour Indonesia. If you have been following the news lately, there have been growing tensions between Australia and Indonesia as two Australian citizens, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are facing execution for smuggling drugs. A diplomatic visit to Indonesia by our trade minister, Andrew Robb, has already been cancelled and there have been suggestions by Indonesians and Australians alike to sever trade relations between the countries, while some Australians plan to boycott travel to Bali.
It aimed to support increased access to better quality legal information and services for people that will improve legal certainty and provide the foundation for economic growth and poverty.
The program focused on three key legal rights: AIPJ investments were designed to improve the performance of state institutions and civil society organisations working in the legal sector particularly increasing access for legal information and services for women who are poor; people with disability and vulnerable children.
AIPJ delivered assistance through supporting coalitions and partnerships, particularly Indonesian civil society organisations; partnerships between Indonesia civil society organisations and Indonesian state institutions and partnerships between state institutions and the Federal Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia.
Cardno empowers women in Indonesia: The Festival included a series of talk shows, video screening, infographic and art exhibition as well as public discussions on sexual violence in Indonesia.
The discussions cover topics such as child marriage, how to recognise types of sexual violence and how to enable deaf Indonesian youth to avoid all forms of sexual violence.Australia and Indonesia are both members of the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area, signed in February Both countries have concluded negotiations on Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), intended to .
Australia’s ability to forge a resilient ‘strategic partnership’ with a dynamic (Figure 1), democratic and increasingly self-confident Indonesia was a prominent feature of policy debate during the 43rd parliament, with both major parties keen to display their credentials with regard to the bilateral relationship.
Australian retaliation against Indonesia’s decision to execute Chan and Sukumaran will lead to a reduction in the number of Indonesian students attending Australian universities.
In simple terms, it would represent lost revenue to the higher education sector, currently Australia. To support the Government of Indonesia's (GoI) efforts to prevent the recurrence of fires and to reduce emissions, the Government of Australia (GoA) launched the Environmental Governance program.
Through technical experts from GoA and multilateral agencies, the Environmental Governance program partners with GoI to help improve sustainable . Indonesia-Australia Dialogue.
The Indonesia-Australia Dialogue facilitates people-to-people links and discussion on a broad range of topics covering domestic, regional and global issues and opportunities for closer engagement in business, culture, education, science and technology.
KFCP’s proponent was the Indonesia–Australia Forest Carbon Partnership (IAFCP), a bilateral partnership between the Government of Indonesia, represented by Indonesia’s National Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) and MoFor, and Australia, represented by AusAID and the Department of Climate Change (Barber et al.