Applications for the Australia India Youth Dialogue (AIYD) 2015 are now open. The AIYD is a youth-driven bilateral conference held over 4 days. The fourth AIYD will be hosted in Australia from 26 – 29 January 2015, in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia.
Building on the work that was originally funded by grants given by the Australia India Institute, People Building Better Cities: Participation and Inclusive Urbanization, is an international educational program. The exhibition documents community-driven projects that share a common goal: the promotion of inclusive urbanization through innovations in participatory design and planning. PBBC is currently available in English, Spanish, French , Portuguese, Hindi and Chinese.
The Australia India Institute (AII) along with the Governance & Public Policy Initiative of the Centre for Policy Research and the Australia-India Council is pleased to announce the arrival of a young Parliamentarian visit to Australia. The five-city visit will take place between August the 18th-22nd and will be an important fact finding mission for some of India’s young parliamentary members.
The Australia India Institute is pleased to announce the latest addition to the ‘Fearless Nadia’ papers, a series of original essays focussing on various aspects of the relationship between India and Australia.
Ahead of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's visit to India next month, a white paper submitted to the Australian government has sought the early inking of an economic cooperation pact, and stressed on the need for urgent engagement with the new Indian government in a bid to reverse dwindling bilateral trade.
With the internet and digital technology transforming the media, STAR TV’s CEO , Uday Shankar, will deliver a public lecture on the challenges and opportunities for the media in this rapidly changing environment. A formidable thought leader who has transformed STAR TV into one of the world’s most successful companies with a social conscience, there is no one better placed to speak on media in the 21st century.
India and China must resolve the trust-deficit in their ties and invest in creating awareness about each other for a mutually beneficial relationship, a leading thinker and historian has said.
MELBOURNE: India should develop close ties with countries like Australia, Indonesia and South Africa apart from the US and China to emerge as a true leader in the region, a leading Australian thinker on Indian and Indian Ocean strategic affairs has said.