Research grants Grants to support your engagement with Southeast Asia

The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre’s grant scheme supports engagement through funding support for research, mobility and language study.

All submissions to research, mobility and language grants are due 5.00 pm AEDT, Friday 26 April 2019

For more information:

Indonesia Council Open Conference: Call for Panels and Papers

The ANU Indonesia Institute invites panel and paper proposals for the Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC), 19-21 November 2019. The ICOC is a large biennial conference featuring scholarly presentations and discussion of all aspects of Indonesia. The conference is a unique opportunity to present and discuss Indonesia-related research and we encourage both disciplinary and inter-disciplinary focus in panels.

Renewable Energy Technologies in Eastern Indonesia Short Term Awards

Australia Awards in Indonesia mengundang anda yang bekerja dalam sektor energi terbarukan untuk mendaftar dalam Studi Singkat bertema Renewable Energy Technologies in Eastern Indonesia. Kandidat yang terpilih akan berkesempatan untuk berbagi pengetahuan terkait teknologi energi terbarukan di Australia yang sesuai dengan kebutuhan energi di berbagai daerah di Indonesia Timur dan untuk mendukung kerjasama Australia-Indonesia di sektor usaha energi terbarukan.

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Journalism Training Initiative - Call for Applications Reporting to Halt Deforestation

Eight journalists from around the world will get a unique chance to travel to Lima and the Peruvian Amazon to experience life in the rainforest, interact with commodity practitioners from all over the world, participate in technical sustainability workshops and dialogue, meet local community and indigenous leaders, access to UN and other experts and share skills as well as expertise with peers.

Call for Applications: Newton Prize 2019

The Newton Prize is a £1 million fund which recognises the excellent research and innovation the Newton Fund has invested in since its launch in 2014.

It celebrates the best partnerships between the UK and Newton countries, and encourages new international collaborations to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

2019 Newton Prize now open

ANU Indonesia Project Research Travel Grant

The Indonesia Project Research Travel Grant will assist students who plan to undertake research or are currently undertaking research for which they will benefit from travel to Indonesia.
The grant will be awarded to outstanding applicants who can demonstrate that travelling to Indonesia will contribute to their research on Indonesia.


Feature Leaders Connect 2019

Applications close on Monday 6 May 2019, 23.59 UK time.

Find out all the information you need to know to apply to become a member of Future Leaders Connect – the global network of emerging policy leaders.
Applications are open for those aged 18-35 and live in one of the following countries: Canada, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Tunisia, UK and USA. Applications from Egypt and the USA are by invitation only.

Call for Papers: The 2nd International Conference on Global STS

The 2nd International Conference on Global STS (GlobalSTS 2.0) is a sequel to its first one held at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in March 2014. It was organized in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of NTU’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences. To follow up the success of the 2014 meeting, GlobalSTS 2.0 aims to extend the exchanges of scholarly works of STS researchers around the world that emphasize transnational dimensions of science, technology, and society.