PAIR Talent Accelerator Program: Next Generation Research Leaders

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is launching its online Talent Accelerator Program (TAP), aimed at increasing the impact and leadership of early career researchers across Indonesia and Australia.
TAP focuses on skills that are not traditionally part of postgraduate programs, such as working across cultures, multidisciplinary teamwork and social inclusion in research.

The program aims to establish a learning community of next generation research leaders.

The 2022 Call for Proposal Tifa Foundation

Yayasan Tifa berupaya mewujudkan masyarakat Indonesia yang terbuka dan berkhidmat pada nilai-nilai Kebhinekaan, Kesetaraan dan Keadilan. Salah satu strategi Yayasan Tifa adalah penguatan organisasi masyarakat sipil di tingkat nasional maupun lokal melalui skema dana hibah. Pada tahun 2022 ini Yayasan Tifa mengundang organisasi masyarakat sipil di Indonesia untuk mengajukan proposal terkait tema demokrasi, keadilan iklim, dan data digital.

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Applications Open for the 2022 Alumni Grant Scheme Round 2

Do you have an idea or initiative that can positively impact your profession or community? It's time to take it forward through the Alumni Grant Scheme (AGS).

The applications are now open!

The AGS offers seed funding up to AUD 15,000 on a competitive basis for innovative projects that contribute to your professional field, organisation and community. Projects related to the COVID-19 recovery effort are strongly encouraged.


The New Zealand Embassy in Jakarta is calling for proposals for the Head of Embassy Fund 2021/22 (Round 2).   The Head of Embassy Fund supports small-scale, short-term community projects that contribute to wider community well-being. The maximum funding available is NZ$25,000 for individual projects.  The maximum duration of projects is 24 months. The deadline for proposals is 4.00 pm on 15 March 2022.

Request for Proposals For Community-LED Participatory Research Waste And Water Management Study In Makassar

JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) is a health care consulting and research organization dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities in the U.S. and around the world. JSI leads the Building Healthy Cities project, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project embeds a health equity focus into city policies, planning, and services while improving data flow for existing Smart Cities in four countries, including in Makassar, Indonesia.

Grant Notice: Kolaborasi: Papua Collaborative Governance Initiative

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Indonesia is seeking applications for a cooperative agreement from qualified entities to implement the Kolaborasi: Papua Collaborative Governance Initiative program. Kolaborasi is expected to provide capacity building to citizen groups and local governments and deliver grants to sub-national Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to promote reform in targeted districts in Papua. Kolaborasi will facilitate citizens' ability to advance their priorities and actively conduct oversight of local government processes and operations.

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Call for Proposals: Reclaiming our Civic Space! Indonesia Influencing Grant

Voice believes in periodically reviewing on matters that touch the five rightsholder groups around the three thematic areas. This year we embarked on an exciting journey of giving a closer look at Indonesia. After an intense and enlightening process, we finalised on the Indonesia context analysis that inspired this Call for Proposals and others in the pipeline. Go ahead and read it carefully before you look at this Call.

Reclaiming our Civic Space!

Influencing Grants Indonesia

Call for Proposals: Indonesia Innovate and Learn Grant

The need for diversity and inclusion in development programmes is becoming increasingly important. The exclusion of rightsholder groups still persists, especially when looking at the intersection of group identity and social class. According to the Voice Indonesia Context Analysis, updated in 2020, gender identity and disability remain to be the most prominent elements of exclusion. Being young or part of an indigenous community further restricts one’s space for political participation.