Connecting people through sport
Developing our region through sport
Round 15 Australia Awards Fellowships
The Australia Awards support the broader Australian Sports Diplomacy Strategy 2015-18 by working towards key goals including connecting people and institutions, enhancing sport for development, and showcasing Australia.
Australia Awards Fellowships offer benefits that reach far beyond the individual recipients. The professional skills and networks that are developed while in Australia develop emerging local leaders who return home and make positive changes in their communities.
Supporting the development of leaders
Australia Awards Fellowships support the delivery of inclusive sport programs in the Caribbean and Pacific.
Fiji and Tonga: Inclusivity and diversity in sport
Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health's Australia Awards Fellowship.
Australia supports Pacific basketball's female leaders
FIBA Oceania's Women in Basketball Empowerment program recently welcomed seven female fellows from across the Pacific.
NRL welcomes Australia Awards fellows from PNG and Fiji
NRL's Pacific Outreach Program aims to develop the capacity of the rugby league organisations in PNG and Fiji.
Partnering for the community
The development of community partnerships was the focus of Volleyball Australia's recent Australia Awards Fellowship.
Participation and Development, key areas for the Australian Rugby Union
Australia Awards strengthen Australian and Indonesian relationship
A recent Australia Awards Fellowship has been able to support the ongoing relationship between the Australian and Indonesian football federations.
Pacific Cricket Fellowship Program
Australia Awards supporting the Pacific Cricket Fellowship Program.
University of Sydney welcomes Non Communicable Disease researches
Researches from Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam are developing new approach to sports promotion through learning about NCDs and physical activity.
Supporting emerging leaders in sport
The newly released Australia Awards Fellowships have retained sport for development as a priority area for round 16.