Welcome!

2020 has already been a big year for the Australian-Indonesia relationship. Indonesians and Australians have witnessed President Joko Widodo’s visit to Australia, military collaboration during the summer bushfires, and solidarity in the fight against COVID-19. This year’s survey is an exciting chance to highlight what Australian and Indonesian youth are feeling and experiencing during a challenging year. 

The 2020 AIYA Survey will be broken up into three parts. Firstly, we want to know about you. AIYA is made up of a diverse group of people who  fostering a positive relationship between Australia and Indonesia. Understanding who our members are will allow us to create more opportunities and improve the way we engage with you. 

Secondly, we want to understand your perceptions of IA-CEPA and Jokowi’s state visit to Australia. Over the last six years, we have asked for you thoughts on the evolution of the IA-CEPA. In 2020, we want to continue tracking the trajectory of IA-CEPA and monitor how our members view the trade deal, especially in the wake of Jokowi’s visit.

Thirdly, we want to investigate how COVID-19 has affected AIYA members living in Australia, Indonesia, and around the world. Maintaining personal connections, studying, working, and sustaining general health, have all been made difficult during the virus. The survey will contain questions that look to distil the impact the virus has had upon young people who are engaging with the Australia-Indonesia relationship. 


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* 1. Please select your citizenship, if you are neither Australian or Indonesian, select the country which you more strongly identify with.

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* 2. Which best describes your main occupation?

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* 3. What Industry do you work in?

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* 4. What is/are your field(s) of study?

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* 5. How old are you?

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* 6. What is your gender?

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* 7. Do you identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?

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* 8. Have you ever paid for AIYA membership?($5 for Indonesian students; $10 for Indonesian professionals. $10 for Australian students; $20 for Australian professionals)

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* 9. Have you previously voted in an AIYA Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM)?

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* 10. Where do you currently live?

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* 11. Which state or territory of Australia?

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* 12. Which region of Indonesia?

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* 13. Where have you studied Indonesian language / culture? (Select all that apply)

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* 14. How much time, in total, have you spent in Indonesia?

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* 15. For what purposes have you visited Indonesia? (Select all that apply)

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* 16. How would you assess your Indonesian language proficiency?

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* 17. How much time have you spent in an educational setting where Indonesian is the medium of communication?

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* 18. When thinking about visiting Indonesia, what would you consider before deciding to travel? (Select all that apply)

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* 19. Where have you studied English? (Select all that apply)

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* 20. How much time, in total, have you spent in Australia?

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* 21. For what purposes have you visited Australia? (Select all that apply)

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* 22. How would you assess your English language proficiency?

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* 23. When thinking about visiting Australia, what would you consider before deciding to travel? (Select all that apply)

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* 24. Have you ever experienced any of the following in Australia? (Select all that apply)

Now, for Part B.

Here we want to know how you perceive international policies in 2020.

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* 25. Which sources of information do you use to receive news and information about Indonesia? (select all that apply)

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* 26. To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about Australia and Indonesia:

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My general perception of Australia is positive
More Indonesian schools should offer education about Australia
Indonesians need to be more knowledgeable about Australia
Indonesia is the Australian government’s most important international relationship
Australia is the Indonesian government’s most important international relationship
Australia is a desirable country to live in
It is easy to find a job relating to Australia in Indonesia
The Australian government should be making more of an effort to have a better relationship with Indonesia
The Indonesian government should be making more of an effort to have a better relationship with Australia
Australian products and services are generally of good quality

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* 27. In your opinion, which features of the bilateral relationship should take priority to strengthen long-term ties? Please rank the options from 1-11, with 1 being your highest priority.

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* 28. In your opinion, what are the most common recurring issues that prevent a stronger Australia-Indonesia relationship? (Select 3)

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* 29. Which of these initiatives would be most helpful in improving the engagement of youth between Australia and Indonesia? Please rank the options from 1-8, with 1 being your highest priority.

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* 30. How do you think Australia’s current government will manage Australia’s relationship with Indonesia?

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* 31. How do you think Indonesia’s current government will manage Indonesia’s relationship with Australia?

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* 32. Would your vote at a Federal/Presidential election be influenced by policies that promote closer ties and greater engagement between Australia and Indonesia?

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* 33. How effective do you think the New Colombo Plan (NCP) has been for building and maintaining a better relationship between Australia and Indonesia?

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* 34. How well do you understand Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-
CEPA)?

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* 35. How effective do you think IA-CEPA will be in building and maintaining a better economic relationship between Australia and Indonesia?

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* 36. In what area do you think IA-CEPA will be most effective?

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* 37. To what extent have you been affected by COVID-19

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* 38. How has your workplace been affected by COVID-19? (Select all that apply)

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* 39. How have your studies been affected by COVID-19

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* 40. How have your living conditions changed as a result of COVID-19?

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* 41. Have you contracted COVID-19?

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* 42. Have you been tested for COVID-19?

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* 43. How do you think the Indonesian government has handled COVID-19?

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* 44. How do you think Australian government has handled COVID-19?

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* 45. Are you more or less likely to travel to Indonesia because of COVID-19?

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* 46. Are you more or less likely to travel to Australia because of COVID-19?

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* 47. What policies have your local governments implemented to handle COVID-19 that you believe are ineffective?

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* 48. What policies have your local governments implemented to handle COVID-19 that you believe are effective?

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* 49. Did you have study plans in the other country in the next year?

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* 50. Do you believe Australia should provide more development assistance, including funding and aid programs, to assist in COVID-19 relief in Indonesia?

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* 51. On a scale of 0-100, how anxious do you feel about the future because of COVID-19?

0 (not anxious at all) 100 (extremely anxious)
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* 52. What are the factors contributing to your COVID-19 related anxiety?

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* 53. What is your most trusted source of information regarding COVID-19?

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