Road to 2030: Access to Information in the Driver’s Seat
Spotlight report on the state of public accessto information in Canada, Indonesia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia,and Ukraine prepared for the 2019 cycle of the Voluntary National Reviewsandthe 2019 UN High-Level Political Forum
Are you a talented writer who is passionate about ASEAN – Australia relations?
This is YOUR CHANCE to let your voice be heard by our thousands of readers!
The ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership is seeking written submissions to publish on the official AASYP Blog and Book.
The ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum (AAYLF) is a funded four-day intensive workshop which aims to cultivate the next generation of leadership in the ASEAN-Australia relationship. Delegates to the Forum will develop a deeper knowledge of the ASEAN-Australia relationship, foster stronger intercultural leadership skills, build a regional network of like-minded young people and design and implement projects to improve ASEAN-Australia relations. Delegates will leave the Forum as advocates and agents for increased partnership and collaboration between ASEAN and Australia.
Are you a scientist-entrepreneur with an outstanding start-up based on research? Win a trip to Berlin in November 2019.
Falling Walls Lab Jakarta 2019 will be held at Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia kampus Depok, on 12 September 2019. To get more infomation please take a look at the image below.
Saatnya membawa keterampilan jurnalisme anak muda #Indonesia ke tingkat ASEAN!
ASEAN Youth Social Journalism Contest 2019 membuka kesempatan untukmu melangkah ke tingkat Asia Tenggara.
Ajukan tulisan maksimal 600 kata bertema "pentingnya pemerintahan yang responsif dan transparan dalam kehidupan sehari-hari yang membudayakan keadilan, kesetaraan serta transparansi di masyarakat dan tingkat ASEAN."
Applications Open for "the Role of Disabled People’s Organisations in the Implementation of Policy Reform" Short Term Award
Australia Awards in Indonesia invites existing/emerging leaders from Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) with experience in providing advocacy for policy implementation to apply for our two-week short course on Role of Disabled People’s Organisations in the Implementation of Policy Reform in Australia on 20 January – 31 January 2020.
The course focuses on strengthening participants’ capacity to engage and collaborate with a variety of different stakeholders such as the Government of Indonesia, NGO and private sector on disability policy and its implementation.
In the lead up to the Women Deliver 2019 Conference, CowaterSogema is hosting a side event, featuring stories from our projects' leaders. The Program MAMPU - BaKTI Program Manager presented the experience of encouraging the replication of Participatory Recess for members of parliament in Indonesia at the Women Deliver 2019 Cowater Sogema's side event in Vancouver B, today, June 2, 2019.