AVYLD have been awarded the Australia-ASEAN Council Grant totalling $36,465 to promote economic, trade and business relations between Australia and Vietnam.
The Australian Government has announced the Australia-Vietnam Leadership Dialogue as one of the second round recipients of the Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) Grant worth $36,465 to host the inaugural Australia Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue in Sydney, May 2017. The AAC was launched in September 2015 with the aim of strengthening and nurturing Australian relationships and collaboration between our South-East Asian neighbours, and with primary focus placed on the ten member countries of ASEAN that includes Vietnam.
Other recipients for this round also include:
Darwin Festival – Filipino Program
Women in Transport Leadership (WiTL): creating knowledge
Disaster Dead Body Management for ASEAN Police First Responders
Establishment and Promotion of HPC for Radio Astronomy in Thailand
Trialing Student-Centred Pedagogies in Malaysian Schools
Making Connections: Indigenous Australian Writers in Indonesia & Beyond
OzAsia Festival’s ASEAN Program
Natural disasters and cultural heritage in the Philippines: recovery and reconstruction
Capacity Building for Museums in Myanmar: Collections, Conservation and Management
Australian Thai Youth Ambassadors Program
AAC Media Fellows 2016-2017
ASEAN academic partnerships for small business and ICT knowledge transfer
The Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue (AVYLD) is an independent non-profit initiative that was established to nurture relationships, promote engagement and incubate collaboration between Australian and Vietnamese young leaders from a broad spectrum of society such as business, education, policy, non-for-profit and the arts. Through people to people links, we believe the bilateral relationship between Australia and Vietnam can be strengthened to contribute to the development of each respective nation.
For more information on the AVYLD project, please visit: www.australiavietnam.org