The Australia-Indonesia Centre was established in 2014 to help strengthen the bilateral research links between both countries.

In the last three years, the Centre has undergone a significant transformation. It’s new collaborative research model that supports its Australian government funded Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) program, is built on learnings from the Centre’s first five years of operations.

In 2019, the Centre commissioned work to better better understand how researchers collaborate.

This is the the Report based on interviews with 24 research leaders and coordinators from across the AIC’s five clusters, or domains – energy, food, health, infrastructure and water.

Source: van der Kamp, M., 2019, Crossing Boundaries through Research: A Review of the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Collaborative Research Model, Australia-Indonesia Centre, Melbourne