Inclusive regions: Lessons from development of West Java

West Java, the most populous province in Indonesia, is facing various issues concerning rapid urbanization, poverty, natural disasters, environmental waste, and even intolerance. As the current governor with a background in architecture and urban planning, what are Ridwan Kamil’s visions around creating inclusive cities and regions in West Java? In the context of recent political, social, and economic debates in Indonesia, Ridwan Kamil will share his vision and experience towards creating inclusive cities. Dr. Amanda Achmadi and Ph.D. Candidate Diah Purwaningrum from the Melbourne School of Design, and Dr. Dina Afrianty from La Trobe University – AIDRAN will join this discussion sharing their expertise and experience.


Day/date: Tuesday, 25 February 2020

Time        : 4.00 – 5.30 PM

Venue      : Japanese Room, Level 4, Melbourne School of Design (MSD)

Glyn Davis Building – Building 133, Masson Rd. (see: map)

The University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus

(1) Ridwan Kamil (Governor of West Java Province)
(2) Dr. Amanda Achmadi (Melbourne School of Design)
(3) Diah Roro Purwaningrum (Melbourne School of Design)
(4) Dr. Dina Afrianty (La Trobe & AIDRAN)

Moderator: Ni Luh Putu Agastya

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