Entries by Tim Cooke

Australia Indonesia Centre Announced as a Sponsor

CAUSINDY is delighted to announce that The Australia Indonesia Centre will once again be joining us as a Sponsor for this year’s conference. The Australia-Indonesia Centre was established by the Australian Government in 2014 to facilitate research-driven innovation and build stronger relationships between Australia and Indonesia. The Centre, hosted by Monash University, is a collaboration […]

PwC Australia Announced as Minor Sponsor

CAUSINDY is delighted to announce that PwC Australia has joined this year’s conference as a Minor Sponsor. PwC is one of the world’s leading professional services firms, bringing the power of a global network of firms to help businesses, not-for-profit organisations and governments assess their performance and improve the way they work. PwC employs more than 6,000 […]

CAUSINDY Partners with Asialink Business

CAUSINDY is delighted to have Asialink Business join us as a Supporter for this year’s conference. Asialink Business, Australia’s National Centre for Asia Capability, is a nation-wide initiative supported by the Commonwealth Government (Department of Industry, Innovation and Science) to assist Australian organisations to develop the capabilities needed to maximize business opportunities with Asia. Grounded […]

CAUSINDY Alumni meet with Chatib Basri

Sydney-based CAUSINDY alumni recently got together for gathering with former Minister of Finance in the Indonesian Goverment, Mr Chatib Basri. The event was hosted by CAUSINDY’s major sponsor, UTS:Insearch while the intimate fireside chat was moderated by Surya Setiyaputra (CAUSINDY 2014). Given the small group, made up of CAUSINDY alumni, UTS partners, PPIA and AIYA members, Pak […]


The Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) is excited to announce a new partnership with telkomtelstra and Telstra to support CAUSINDY 2016. telkomtelstra and Telstra will be supporting through a new program called ‘Engaging Future Leaders’ that connects university students across both countries. It’s not every day that 30 of the brightest young leaders […]

2016 Delegates Announced!

Today, the CAUSINDY team are excited to announce the thirty delegates who will be joining us for our fifth conference, being held in Bali this year. The Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth is proud to work with partners including the Northern Territory Government and UTS: In search. This year’s delegate group is one of […]

PPIA partners with CAUSINDY 2016

For the second year in a row, we are delighted to have (PPIA) Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia) as a partner of CAUSINDY. PPIA, one of the biggest Indonesian students associations in the world, was established in Canberra in 1981. It supports Indonesian students in Australia by  offering a platform to expand their skills and improve their competencies while […]

ANU Announced as a Minor Sponsor of CAUSINDY 2016

CAUSINDY is very pleased to welcome back The Australian National University (ANU) as a Minor Sponsor of CAUSINDY 2016. ANU is widely recognised as a leading place of research, undergraduate and postgraduate education, and policy engagement. Given the Australian National University’s reputation as a centre for excellence in Indonesian teaching and research – both domestically and […]

Causindy Welcomes the Australian Embassy Jakarta and Australia Awards as a Sponsor

CAUSINDY is pleased to announce that the Australian Embassy Jakarta – through the Australia Awards in Indonesia program – will be supporting the conference again as a Sponsor in 2016. Australia Awards in Indonesia is the largest and longest running scholarships program offered by the Australian Government to any partner country. Since the 1950s Australian Government scholarships […]

CAUSINDY supporting ‘Diamonds in the Rough’ in Jakarta

CAUSINDY is thrilled to support Paul Meade’s (delegate 2015) ‘Diamonds in the Rough’ program.  Diamonds in the Rough is an an empowerment and engagement program for Indonesian girls, made possible by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and in conjunction with Baseball Australia, the NoMore organisation and CAUSINDY. As part of this fantastic initiative we would […]