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Copyright Agency Limited

The Writers Immersion Cultural Exchange (WrICE) program is a partnership
led by RMIT University with the generous support of Copyright Agency.

Copyright Agency
 is a not for profit rights management organisation which
provides opportunities for established and developing writers and artists
to learn and develop their work, and for the public to share in their
discoveries. Its charter is to enable the use of text and images in return for
fair payment to writers, visual artists and publishers.

Copyright Agency allocates a percentage of its income through its
Cultural Fund to develop projects that will support the Australian publishing
and writing industry. The Cultural Fund supports a wide variety of these projects
which aim to encourage and provide practical assistance to assist Copyright Agency’s
members and the Australian cultural community.

RMIT University is very proud to have the support of Copyright Agency with this
innovative project. RMIT University has enjoyed the generous support of Copyright Agency
in delivering two other highly successful programs: Writers-in-Residence
2009–2012 and StoriesNOW 2012–2013.

More information about the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund can be found
here: http://www.copyright.com.au/cultural-fund

nonfictionLab

non/fictionLab provides an innovative experimental hub for creative arts research in the key fields of creative writing, nonfiction poetry, interactive documentary, and media production. Based in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, nonfictionLab brings together critical practitioners in creative arts, design and humanities.

non/fictionLab is a research centre that critically explores and articulates the value of creative work as a playful vessel for the imagination. This thinking through making can show us who we are and how we are implicated in the lives of others. We build and support laboratories of practice around matters of social, political, cultural and environmental concern. We work in partnership with fellow scholars, writers and artists, and with industries and communities, local and international.

More info can be found here: http://www.nonfictionlab.net.au/

Yale-NUS

The Yale-NUS vision is one of a community of learning, founded by two great universities,
in Asia, for the world. Yale-NUS College, a residential college located in Singapore, aims to redefine liberal arts and science education for a complex, interconnected world.

Yale-NUS are a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and supporters, dedicated to building a community in which living and learning are intertwined and habits of creativity,
curiosity, and critical thinking are encouraged. Their innovative curriculum integrates
knowledge from across the disciplines and around the world.

An intimate liberal arts college, dedicated to undergraduate education, Yale-NUS draws
on the resources and traditions of two great universities, pursuing excellence through
innovative teaching and research, and providing global opportunities for their students.
Located at the crossroads of Asia, they draw on active modes of learning associated with American liberal arts education, introducing our students to the diverse intellectual traditions and cultures of Asia and the world.

Yale-NUS upholds the principles of free exchange of ideas, pluralism, and respect for diversity. Their  committed to the free expression of ideas in all forms is a cornerstone of the institution.

More info can be found here: http://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/

Asia Pacific Writers

Asia Pacific Writers (AP Writers) is an international networking
association for writers and literary translators. It is a supportive network of
authors and literary translators within and beyond the Asian–Pacific.

It seeks to promote and share knowledge of best practice for writers and translators,
and create world wide publishing opportunities for emerging and established
Asia–Pacific authors via discussions, forums, meetings, workshops, festivals
and mentoring.

Each year AP Writers hosts an international conference that brings together
writers and translators from around the region.

More info can be found here: http://apwriters.org/

WrICE Network of Partners

100 Story Building

Arts House Singapore

Australian Consulate Guangzhou

Australian Embassy Ha Noi, Vietnam

Ayala Museum, Manila

Bowen Street Press

Castlemaine Theatre Royal

Digital Writers Festival

Emerging Writers Festival

Footscray Community Arts Centre

InterSastra (Indoensia)

Melbourne Writers Festival

National Library of Vietnam

Peril Magazine

Queensland Poetry Festival

Radio National

SBS China

SBS Philippines

Scribe Publications

Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou

The Literary Centre (Singapore)

University of the Philippines, Diliman