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Australia-India Council grant recipients, 2015-16

In 2015-16, the AIC supported the following innovative projects that foster deeper people-to-people and institutional links between Australia and India:

Grant recipient Project Grant Amount
James Cook University Online Learning Mode for Dual Degree delivery $22,201
Mind Blowing Films Indian Film Festival of Melbourne $50,000
Australian World Orchestra AWO 2015 Tour of India $50,000
AUSTSWIM Championing "The Australian Way" $44,000
University of Queensland Nanotechnology research on buffalo milk $50,000
Australian National University The challenge of policy reform: Australia and India $65,000
Victoria University Pathway to sporting excellence in India $50,000
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art $50,000
Biennale of Sydney 20th Biennale of Sydney: The Future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed $32,000
TAFE NSW Development and Promotion of an Indian Hospitality and Tourism 'Maintaining Health and Hygiene' E-booklet $50,980
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Advancing research cooperation: joint workshops between Australia & India: water scarcity & ways to reduce impact $29,550
The Walkley Foundation Media Exchange Program $30,000
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Reviving Indian Rivers: Is nano-remediation the answer? $24,000
Wyhldfisch Productions Study Down Under $37,905
University of Sydney Development of effective animal disease control programs in India $26,850
Cricket Australia National Indigenous Women's Cricket Tour $25,000
Cricket Australia Australian Cricket's Focus on Female Engagement $25,000
Australian National University Australia-India Policy Forum $50,000
Canberra Institute of Technology Advanced Fingerprinting Skills Workshop $36,325
University of Western Australia Seabed Engineering for deepwater oil and gas $43,190
Company B Ltd trading as Belvoir Stories I Want to Tell You in Person - Indian Tour $30,000
Australia India Business Council Women in Business Speaker Series $10,000
CSIRO Nanoporous Materials for Clean Energy Applications $27,180
Australian National University 2016 K.R. Narayanan Oration $6,000
Hardie Grant Publishing Walking Towards Ourselves: Indian Women Tell Their Stories $50,000
Chayan Sarkar Indian International Film Festival of Queensland $10,000
Gandhi Creations Confluence: A Festival of India in Australia $50,000
Women's Legal Service Tasmania Girls Gotta Know India $19,500
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