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CAUSINDY is participating in the NT Government's Business Engagement Program.
The Northern Territory’s population is the nation’s youngest, at a median age of just 31.3 years, but also the smallest with just over 235 000 people living and working in this vast expanse of land. The population includes a diversity of more than 100 nationalities who share their cultures.
Due to the Northern Territory’s proximity to Asia, Asian influences are very predominant. Darwin is closer to Asia than to any of Australia’s major capital cities. Due to this proximity, the Northern Territory has developed strong diplomatic, cultural and economic ties with South-East Asia. Successive governments have capitalised on trading benefits by promoting the Northern Territory as Australia’s ‘Gateway to Asia’.
Indigenous people represent a quarter of the population and have a strong influence on the region’s culture. The Northern Territory’s vibrant economic growth and a raft of multi-million and multi-billion dollar developments position the region as one of Australia’s fastest-growing.
The 2019 Arafura Games will showcase the Northern Territory’s unique arts, culture, history and trade and investment opportunities. It is an event through which friendship, goodwill and understanding between competing nations and the Northern Territory is fostered.
UTS Insearch is the pathway to the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). It offers Academic English courses, a pre-university UTS Foundation Studies program, and higher education programs in business, communication, design, architecture, engineering, IT and science. After completing a UTS Insearch diploma, depending on the course chosen, students can fast track into the second year of a bachelor degree at UTS.
UTS Insearch has long-standing ties with Indonesia and the Asia-Pacific. UTS Insearch has partnered with the Kompas Gramedia to establish a series of English language centres, with UTS Insearch – GRAMEDIA English Centres offering the world-leading UTS Insearch Academic English curriculum to students in Jakarta.
In 2015, UTS Insearch and UniSadhuGuna International Education launched a partnership for UIC College to offer UTS Insearch’s Diploma of Business and Diploma of Engineering in Indonesia. Students can begin their studies at UIC College in Jakarta, and upon successful completion, go directly to the second year at UTS in Sydney.
Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's purpose is to make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous by promoting and protecting our interests internationally and contributing to global stability and economic growth, specifically in the Indo–Pacific region.
DFAT provides foreign, trade and development policy advice to the Government. The department works with other government agencies to ensure that Australia’s pursuit of its global, regional and bilateral interests is coordinated effectively.
DFAT is the lead agency managing Australia’s international presence. The department manages a network of 100 overseas posts in five continents and have 6,264 staff located in Canberra, state and territory offices and overseas posts.
Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia in Darwin
The Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia in Darwin provides consular assistance to Indonesian residents in the Northern Territory, including in the form of passport and visa services, and school transfer certificate and final study certificates.
In addition to Indonesia's consulate in Darwin, Indonesia has four other representations in Australia. These representations include an embassy in Canberra and consulates in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
Office of the Hon Nicole Manison
The Hon Nicole Manison is the Member for Wanguri in the Legislative Assembly of the the Northern Territory. The Office of the Hon Nicole Manison has provided logistical assistance to CAUSINDY for the 2019 conference.
Advance represents the largest network of global Australians, creating platforms that enable Australian innovation to prosper, develop and become more widespread.
Advance unlocks a powerful network of influential and globally minded Australians to connect, share and learn from each other through their events, such as the Advance Awards, an evening to celebrate international Australians who exhibit remarkable talent, exceptional vision and ambition. Attended by the Prime Minister of Australia and other industry leaders, the Awards acknowledge achievements across a number of industry categories.
Australia Indonesia Business Council
The Australia Indonesia Business Council (AIBC) is the peak, non-profit business association involved with the promotion and facilitation of trade and investment between Australia and Indonesia.
Australian National University
Established in 1946, the Australian National University is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching universities.
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific houses a remarkable assembly of scholars and resources devoted to the study of Australia’s neighbourhood. Dedicated to outstanding research and education, the College is a centre for Australia’s intellectual engagement and scholarly dialogue with the societies, worlds of thought, economies and cultures of Asia and the Pacific, including Indonesia.
Through the Indonesia Project, it analyses recent economic developments in Indonesia; informs Australian governments, business, and the wider community about those developments; and stimulates research on Indonesia. The College teaches Indonesian culture, history and language through the Island Southeast Asia Centre, which also gives students in-country experience in Indonesia through the year in Asia program.
Charles Darwin University
Charles Darwin University is unique. No other single Australian university serves such a large area of the continent, in such a remote location and with such a small population to sustain it. The only university based in the Northern Territory, CDU is deeply engaged with, and informed by, Australia’s Indigenous people. Recognising that it operates on the lands of many strong Indigenous nations, respecting the knowledge and culture of Aboriginal people and remaining committed to Indigenous advancement are key prorities.
CDU has developed a reputation as one of the most innovative teaching and learning and most research-intensive universities in Australia and has risen to the ranks of the top 2 percent of world universities in 2015.
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Founded in Melbourne in 2002, OZIP Magazine is a magazine for the Indonesian community in Australia and aims to inform, inspire and entertain. Published monthly, OZIP provides news and information in the area of current affairs, health, culture, education, lifestyle and spiritual guides. Circulation includes Sydney (1,000 copies), Melbourne (4,000 copies) and exclusive distribution spots in Canberra and Bali.