Huawei 华为

ACYD thanks Huawei for being a Supporting Partners for this year's dialogue.

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, and is currently is one of the world’s top three largest mobile phone vendors.

Delegates will visit Hauwei’s facilities in Shenzhen and hear from their leaders about the growing relationship between China and Australia!




Australia China Relations Institute 澳大利亚-中国关系研究院

The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, nonpartisan, research think tank established by the University of Technology, Sydney.

ACRI focuses uniquely on the Australia-China Relationship; this distinguishes it from China Studies Centres.

Our ambition is to be a globally leading institute that combines a new and fresh multidisciplinary research and engagement based on a positive and optimistic view of Australia-China relations.

ACRI will use the latest in technology and Big Data science to illuminate and explore the Australia-China relationship.

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Asia Society Australia

Asia Society Australia is Australia’s leading national centre for engagement with the Indo-Pacific Asia, based in Sydney.  Asia Society Australia promotes greater connectivity and deeper understanding between Australia and the Indo-Pacific in the areas of business, policy, culture and education and provides a high-level and innovative platform for Australian and Asian leaders and champions of engagement to connect, exchange ideas and develop meaningful relationships. Asia Society Australia is a not-for-profit, non-governmental and non-political organisation empowered by the membership of leading Australian and regional business, education and cultural institutions. 

Asia Society Australia was launched in 1997 by then Prime Minister John Howard to broaden interest and understanding in Australia of Asian countries and their politics, business and culture. The establishment of the Asia Society Australia was led by Hugh Morgan AC (then CEO of WMC Limited) and Richard Woolcott AC (former Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) in recognition of the need to promote greater understanding about the countries, peoples and cultures of Asia and the Pacific region.

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Advance – Australia’s Global Community

Advance is a community of global Australians who are able to make a difference for Australians, Australian companies and Australia around the globe.
We are devoted to the exchange of knowledge, connections and ideas to:

· Inspire and empower other global Australians to succeed in the world
· Build entrepreneurial Australian companies globally
· Grow global career opportunities for global Australians
· Create opportunities to be a ‘brain resource’ for Australia.

A virtual meeting place of Australia’s most dynamic dreamers and achievers, Advance turns the collective goodwill and experience of our members into a vibrant resource of ideas, advice, inspiration and opportunities.

Join the fastest growing community of global Australians, an online and live community that sets the stage for people to forge friendships, share knowledge, share experience, spawn new business ideas, discuss global issues and support, challenge and influence.

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China University Media Union 中国高校传媒联盟

The China University Media Union is a communication and cooperation platform for media bodies in various Chinese universities. The Union was jointly formed by China’s most influential media – China Youth Daily and 63 Chinese leading universities. It is committed to the integration and sharing of university information resources, enhancing communication and exchanges between university medias, creating new communication capabilities and diversification of communication channels, and also serving the growth and success of university students.

There are currently 155 committee member universities in the Union, covering China’s most outstanding universities. More than 500 campus media have joined the Union. They have their own campus news websites, BBS, newspapers, radio stations, television stations and magazines. The official Union website – the China University Media Network – will be gradually developed into an ‘Opinion Leaders Club in Campus’ and the ‘Portal of Campus News.’

The Union comprises a Coordinating Committee, Academic Board, Student Presidium, and the Secretariat. The China Youth Daily is the Union’s permanent Secretariat. Currently, the Students Presidium consists of 19 members, who are representatives from outstanding campus media nationwide. The Union has held various activities, including ‘Dialogue with the World’ series, ‘Entrepreneurial Experience, the Graduate Employment Action,’ and ‘University Media Reporters in CPC and CPPCC.’

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All-China Youth Federation 中华全国青年联合会

Established in 1949, the All-China Youth Federation (ACYF) is a federative body of Chinese youth organizations and excellent youth nationwide. Through its 52 member organizations and over 77,000 individual members at all levels, the ACYF reaches over 300 million young people across China. Besides its commitment to national development and world peace, the ACYF aims to represent and protect the legitimate rights and interests of young people and promote youth participation and development. It runs programs and activities in the following fields: education and training, voluntary service, development of new countryside, environmental protection, protection of rights and interests, innovation and employment, youth culture, international exchanges and cooperation and exchange programs with Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Due to its significant contributions to the youth and society, the ACYF was granted the Human Resources Development Award by UNESCAP in 1999, the World Youth Award by UN in 2000 and the Champion of the Earth by UNEP in 2004.

The highest decision-making body of the ACYF is the National Committee that works for a term of five years. The National Committee has a President, a number of Vice Presidents. When it is not in session, the Standing Committee presides over the Federation’s work. The Standing Committee has a Secretary-general and a number of Deputy Secretaries-general.

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