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Australia-Indonesia Institute Annual Report 2000-2001

Annual Report 2000–2001 home | Mission statement | Chairman’s statement | Board membership | Media | Youth and education | Arts and sport | Civil society | Commercial and the professions | Administrative overview | Appendix A: Financial statements | Appendix B: Order-in-Council

AII TRUST ACCOUNT
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 2000–2001

MEDIA PROGRAM
Australian Journalist Scholarships to Indonesia 21 057.73
• John van Tiggelen (partial payment)  
• Paul Cleary  
• Michael Ware (1999–2000 recipient)  
• Peter Michael  
• Natalie Larkin  
Media fellowships
Medialink
20 000.00
ACICIS journalism studies
Murdoch University
25 000.00
Sub-total 66 057.73


YOUTH AND EDUCATION PROGRAM
Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP)  
• Program funding 120 000.00
• Coordinator’s salary 29 000.00
• AIYEP Jakarta 9 685.86
• AIYEP photos 420.00
• AIYEP 2001–2002 26 250.00
Student magazine (Rantau)
University of Melbourne
5 000.00
Indonesian short story competition
Dr Rebecca Fanany, Deakin University
3 000.00
Australia–Indonesia Language and Cultural Exchange
Mildura West Primary School
7 500.00
The Civic School
University of Tasmania
40 000.00
IKAMA promotion, database and professional development 14 144.40
IKAMA newsletter and directory 6 000.00
Teacher training 25 000.00
Australian Centre Medan  
Teaching and learning workshops for Indonesian PEQIP schools
Gibbs St Primary School, Perth
10 800.00
Strengthening Indonesian alumni links 9 595.00
Gifted Education Centre in Surabaya
Flinders University
4 000.00
Cross Cultural Studies Program at STAIN Malang 3 032.70
Christian College/SMU Negeri 2 Mataram Sister School Program
Christian College Geelong
3 730.00
Environmental education resources for Indonesia
ANU
3 000.00
Australian language certificates
Australian Multicultural Foundation
5 000.00
AEF teacher exchange
Asia Education Foundation
21 712.50
Centre of Excellence
Gibbs Street Primary School, Perth
5 000.00
Sub-total 351 870.46


AUSTRALIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
Australian Studies for Indonesian Schools 11 550.00
Australian Studies Centre — Jakarta 50 000.00
Sub-total 61 550.00


ARTS AND SPORT PROGRAM
Intercultural Performance and Educational Exchange
University of Tasmania
10 000.00
Australian rock music broadcast
The Big Backyard
10 000.00
Mallacoota Community Festival
Mallacoota College
8 000.00
Student art field trip
Geelong Art Gallery Education Services
3 000.00
Krakatau Australia tour
Arimba Cultural Exchange
10 033.37
Happy 1000...1000 Bahagia (Indonesian theatre exchange)
Mainteater Inc
5 000.00
Music for Sita
Wangaratta Jazz Festival
5 000.00
Warogus Musician-in-Residence
Australia Indonesian Arts Alliance
2 500.00
Asialink Arts and Community Program 30 000.00
Strange Fruits
Strange Fruits Dance Company
15 000.00
Indonesian Cultural Showcase
Indonesian Organising Committee (CNMF)
1 948.00
Indigenous dance tour
NAISDA Dance College
10 000.00
Kamus Keramik Tour 2001
Brian Alexander
7 000.00
Nova Ensemble Indonesian tour 2001
Nova Ensemble Incorporated
20 925.00
Sydney Asia Pacific Film Festival 7 000.00
Residences in Indonesia
Asialink Centre
28 000.00
• Mr Simon Wellington  
• Mr Grishna Dolgopolov  
• Ms Megan Kirwan-Ward  
• Ms Mitzi Zaphir  
Sub-total 173 406.37


CIVIL SOCIETY PROGRAM
Media and gender study tour
Dr Gadis Arivia
10 000.00
IAIN Jakarta workshop
Griffith University
9 677.00
Wardah Hafidz Program 500.00
Regional Assembly 2000
CIVICUS Asia Pacific
4 849.46
Islamic workshop in Jakarta 2 000.00
Conservation program in Kraton of Yogyakarta
AusHeritage
10 000.00
IRSA 3rd Annual Conference
University of Indonesia
14 844.53
Enhancing women in politics
Indonesian Centre for Women in Politics
24 834.80
Sub-total 76 705.79


COMMERCIAL AND THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM
Health professionals exchange
Mater Miseri cordiae Hospital
20 000.00
Indonesian economist, Angitto Abimanyu 2 500.65
Conservation of the Sumateran Carcass Flower
Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney
12 858.00
AII professional society program (1999–2000 recipient) 271.00
Sub-total 35 629.65
Unspent funds Monash International Law course Attorney-General’s Department Legal Training for Tuti Trihastuti and Harniati Ministry of Justice and Human Rights from 1999–2000. minus
12 537.90
Adjusted Sub-total 23 091.75


AII BOARD: ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES
Thirty-seventh board meeting, July 2000, Sydney 3 271.52
Thirty-eighth board meeting, November 2000, Canberra 5 956.57
Thirty-ninth board meeting, March 2001, Surabaya 73 869.60
Fortieth board meeting, July 2001, Brisbane 2 000.00
Chairman’s expenses (other than board meetings) 893.20
Secretariat and general 21 483.46
Annual report 6 730.00
Sub-total 130 444.35


CULTURAL OFFICE: JAKARTA
Discretionary funds 36 898.88
AusAID scholarship funds 84 846.77
Due to currency fluctuations 31 439.33 of the total allocation of 116 286.10 was later returned to AusAID.
• Jakarta Library adjustment at end of the financial year for University Coop Bookshop.
The Account reflects a liability owed to the AII, not yet received.
minus
2 218.73
Note: this payment to the AII does not reflect on the DFAT annual report  
Sub-total 119 526.92
Total expenditure 1 002 684.21


SUMMARY OF TRUST ACCOUNT
Receipts and expenditure in 2000–2001  
Receipts:  
2000–2001 trust account allocation 900 000.00
Carryover funds from 1999–00 13 423.34
* receipts/refunds 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001 6 602.00
AusAID funding assistance for scholarships 84 846.77
Total receipts 1 004 872.11
Expenditure:  
Expenditure on grants and projects 2000–2001 1 002 684.21
Total expenditure 1 002 684.21
Balance in trust account as at 1 July 2001 2 187.90

Program allocations 2000-2001 (pie chart)

Annual Report 2000–2001 home | Mission statement | Chairman’s statement | Board membership | Media | Youth and education | Arts and sport | Civil society | Commercial and the professions | Administrative overview | Appendix A: Financial statements | Appendix B: Order-in-Council