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ACICIS Mailing List
ACICIS operates an email mailing list to ex-ACICIS students and other interested individuals. If you would like to be included, please contact the ACICIS secretariat email@example.com
If you're on Friendster (the online networking service of choice for most Indonesians), there's also a Keluarga ACICIS group for staying in touch with past students and friends of ACICIS.
Have you seen the national Indonesian magazine in Australia that is published every month? It is called Indo Post.
The Lestari Widyastuti Scholarship
Late in 2007, after the untimely death of our good friend Lestari Widyastuti there was some talk of setting up a scholarship in her name. ACICIS has been working on this idea and we are now in the process of setting up THE LESTARI WIDYASTUTI SCHOLARSHIP.
We hope to raise money to endow the scholarship with sufficient funds so that the interest each year is enough to pay the tuition fees of an Indonesian student studying at UGM. Using only the interest and not the principal will ensure that the scholarship continues in perpetuity.
DARMASISWA is a scholarship program offered to all foreign students from countries with which Indonesia has friendly relations, to study Indonesian language, arts, music and crafts as well as other courses at any universities in Indonesia.
Ozmate - the Australian Alumni Network
Australian - Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP)
AIYEP invites applications from young people aged between 21 and 25 years (at the time of application), willing to represent Australia for two months in Indonesia. The program aims to provide wider opportunities for young people from Indonesia and Australia to appreciate the culture, development and way of life of each other's country. A good level of Indonesian language is desirable.
Australian Volunteers International
Australian Volunteers International is always looking for competent Indonesian speakers to work on various projects in Indonesia. Pioneered more than 50 years ago by Australian Indonesianist Herb Feith, who travelled to Jakarta in 1951 to work alongside Indonesians as they dealt with the issues of independence, Australian Volunteers International is now the nation's largest and most experienced international volunteer-sending agency. Read a brochure from AVI about volunteering in-country in Indonesia.
Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development
The Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development (AYAD) Program is an Australian government, AusAid initiative which supports skilled young Australians who want to live, work and make a difference in the Asia Pacific region.
Peace Brigades International
Peace Brigades International (PBI) has field volunteers currently working in Aceh, Papua and Jakarta, working with Indonesian civil society organisations to help support their efforts toward creating a peaceful and just Indonesia. PBI is currently looking to expand its peace education activities in several regions and is constantly looking for Indonesian language competent volunteers willing to spend up to 18 months in Indonesia. Check out the PBI website for more details.
International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID)
The International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID) in Jakarta is always looking for people to help with their campaigns, for research, translating and basically furthering the cause to alleviate structural poverty and improve conditions of the poor and the disadvantaged in Indonesia. INFID is a network of NGOs from Indonesia and overseas with an interest in and commitment to Indonesia. Since 1985, INFID has given critical input and recommendations to concerning development issues in Indonesia.
Prime Ministerial visit
The Prime Minister of Australia, Mr John Howard, and the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia visited Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in 2002, meeting with ACICIS students and staff at a reception - read more...
Applications to study with ACICIS in Indonesia close on 1 October and 1 May for the following semester. For more information and application packs - please contact the ACICIS Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org or you can download them from the Forms/Brochures page of this website.
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