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There is no doubt that Indonesia, with over 17,000 islands stretched across a vast archipelago, is a complex country. And not far away is Australia, a large continent equally rich in natural resources. But they say there are no two neighbours in the world as different as Australia and Indonesia and we’d like to help bridge the gap.

Join international affairs enthusiasts Nurina Savitri and Samantha Yap to chat about a diverse range of topics that shape the politics, culture and society in Australia and Indonesia.

Each fortnight this podcast will present to you in-depth discussions with two emerging leaders from various sectors such as government, academia to social enterprise who have an expert knowledge on issues faced by Indonesia and Australia.

The host and guests in this series are a part of the growing CAUSINDY (originally the Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth) alumni group. CAUSINDY is a bilateral youth organisation which aims to strengthen Australia and Indonesia ties.

Aus-Indo in 30 is supported via the CAUSINDY Alumni Grant scheme. In turn, CAUSINDY is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Indonesia Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Logo designed by Kreavi.

Aus-Indo in 30 Samantha & Nurina

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There is no doubt that Indonesia, with over 17,000 islands stretched across a vast archipelago, is a complex country. And not far away is Australia, a large continent equally rich in natural resources. But they say there are no two neighbours in the world as different as Australia and Indonesia and we’d like to help bridge the gap.

Join international affairs enthusiasts Nurina Savitri and Samantha Yap to chat about a diverse range of topics that shape the politics, culture and society in Australia and Indonesia.

Each fortnight this podcast will present to you in-depth discussions with two emerging leaders from various sectors such as government, academia to social enterprise who have an expert knowledge on issues faced by Indonesia and Australia.

The host and guests in this series are a part of the growing CAUSINDY (originally the Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth) alumni group. CAUSINDY is a bilateral youth organisation which aims to strengthen Australia and Indonesia ties.

Aus-Indo in 30 is supported via the CAUSINDY Alumni Grant scheme. In turn, CAUSINDY is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Indonesia Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Logo designed by Kreavi.

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