Message from the AAED Convenor
We invite you to join us for November 22nd ASEAN-Australia Education Dialogue (AAED) Webinar “Climate Change Education - Global Best Practice in ASEAN and Australian Higher Education”. It brings together leaders in Climate Change Education from ASEAN and Australia and will be hosted just after world leaders gather in Egypt for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
We provide a link to an article on how Indonesian universities are addressing the topic of Climate Change Education in the Higher Education sector. Next year Indonesia will be the Chair of ASEAN and this year, also in November, Indonesia hosts the G20 meetings in Bali of the top 20 global economies. Climate Change will be a key topic for discussion.
Last month Gold Coast City Australia hosted the Australian International Education Conference (AIEC), the first time the Australian international education community had gathered face to face since COVID-19 closed borders. With over 1,750 attendees, the signs are positive for a rebound in study abroad and regional student mobility and exchange.
Last week in Darwin at the Australia Indonesia Business Council Conference, AAED convener Michael Fay moderated an engaging panel discussion on “Education, Skills and Training for the Healthcare Sector: Maximising Human Capital Capability”.
Joining the discussion were from left: Ms Afifa Loutfi (Swiss Tech Analytics), Dr Rini Rachmawaty (Hasanuddin University Makassar), Michael Fay AAED Convenor, Clarice Campbell (IA-CEPA Katalis Jakarta), George Marantika (President, Indonesia Australia Business Council (IABC), and Scott Bowman (Vice Chancellor, Charles Darwin University).