A range of partners have backed our vision of a closer and more informed Australia-ASEAN relationship, providing essential support for our programmes that directly impact young people.
The UWA Public Policy Institute (UWAPPI) is a bridge between academic research and government, public and business needs, delivering real-world policy impact. UWAPPI provides solutions to local and global challenges, while also identifying and providing advice on unforeseen future policy issues.
Their work covers state and national issues, and draws on UWA’s distinct geographical advantage as Australia’s Indian Ocean capital city to collaborate with neighbouring countries and their institutions to deliver policy solutions for the Indian Ocean Rim and the broader Indo-Pacific region.
Asialink is Australia’s leading centre for the promotion of public understanding of the countries of Asia and of Australia’s role in the region.
Their purpose is to build an Asia-capable, deeply Asia-engaged Australia through thought leadership and innovative programs that build knowledge, skills and partnerships.
We are grateful for the support and guidance of the Fogarty Foundation.
The Fogarty Foundation invests in education to provide opportunities for individuals to realise their potential and to change and enrich lives.
We are grateful for the support of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for our AASYP Perth launch event, bringing together a community of young people interested in the ASEAN-Australia relationship.
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs promotes and protects Australia’s interests internationally and contributes to global stability and economic growth, specifically in the Indo–Pacific region.