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Indonesia executes two Australians, Australia Embassy responds with grants up to $20,000 for projects to foster goodwill

Here is the link to the grants program.

In simple terms, Australia borrows money from China to send to Indonesia where it's handed to the person who comes up with the best way to spend the money (as chosen by the Ambassador's driver).

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Media Release

24 April 2015

Small Grants Program Open for Applications

The Australian Embassy Jakarta is now calling for applicants from Indonesia and Australia to submit project proposals that promote, foster and support professional, community or institutional initiatives, which support the Australian Government’s development cooperation objectives.

The Embassy supports projects that create and/or strengthen existing networks, contacts, partnerships and or institutional linkages between Indonesia and Australia.

The Embassy small grants are intended to provide seed funding for activities which will become self-sustaining. Projects must commence after June 2015. Grant funding is awarded through a competitive selection process.

Applicants are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the Grant Guidelines, which are available at www.indonesia.embassy.gov.au/jakt/grant_guidelines.html and provide all mandatory requested information and documentation. Applications must be completed on the application form available at www.indonesia.embassy.gov.au/files/jakt/grants_form.docx and lodged by email to cultural.jakarta@dfat.gov.au with subject: Small Grants Program by Friday 15 May 2015.

Media Enquiries: 
Alison Purnell, Cultural Counsellor tel. (021) 2550 5260