Do you find it hard to get a job in Australia?
Are you aware that having an outstanding LinkedIn profile can increase your employment opportunity in Australia?
You might not realize but there are a lot of employers who only offer jobs on LinkedIn!
Therefore, don’t miss out this great opportunity to learn more about tips that can polish your LinkedIn profile. (more…)
The National Australia Indonesia Language Awards (NAILA) is an annual speech competition rewards and fosters the development of Indonesian language learning in Australia at all levels.
We invite primary school students through to executive level speakers to submit videos of themselves speaking in Indonesian on certain topics and annual themes. (more…)
Celebrating Independence Day of Indonesia, Indonesian Students Association in Victoria (PPIA Victoria) presents Temulawak, Teater Muda Langkah Awal Merdeka. It is held in Athenaum Theatre, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne. Starting aroung 3 pm, Madame Dewi Savitri Wahab, the Consulate General of Republic of Indonesia in Victoria, gives an opening remark, followed by the project manager. After the speeches, the choir presents some songs to break the freezing Melbourne weather. (more…)
Sydney’s windy weather does not stop Indonesian students Association – Macquarie University Chapter (PPIAMQ) to celebrate Indonesia Independence Day on Friday, 18 August 2017. The celebration is called “Indopendence 2017” by having Indonesian bazaar and traditional games, such as tug of war and sack race. It is held at the back of the university building in Macquarie University Lake area. (more…)
As the oldest university in Sydney, University of Sydney is one of the most favorite destination to study for Indonesian students in Australia. They do not only focus on studying, but also be active in the Indonesian Students Association – University of Sydney Chapter (PPIA USyd). This winter, PPIA USyd held a welcoming gathering for the new students who just arrived. It took place on Friday, 11 August 2017 in Room 427, Old Teacher Building, University of Sydney. This event was also publicized through PPIA USyd’s social media, such as Facebook (PPIA University of Sydney) and Instagram (@ppiausyd). Guests came around 5 PM, and the event started at 6.30 pm by having the President of PPIA USyd, Diaz Handoko, deliver an opening remark. (more…)
Indonesia in the new world: globalisation, nationalism and sovereignty is the theme for the 35th annual Indonesia Update Conference to be held at The Australian National University on Friday and Saturday, 15-16 September 2017.
Today, globalisation is more complex than ever. The effects of the global financial crisis and increased inequality have, in many countries, spurred anti-global sentiment and encouraged the adoption of populist and inward-looking policies. Discontent has manifested in some surprising results: Brexit, Trump, and possibly more to come. In Indonesia, discontent has led to rising protectionism, a rejection of foreign interference in the name of nationalism, and economic policies dominated by calls for self-sufficiency. Meanwhile, human trafficking and the abuse of migrant workers have shown the other side of globalisation. (more…)