Symposium on Health Security in Indonesia: Interdisciplinary and Regional Perspectives
The symposium explores how health security in Indonesia is constituted at multiple levels, from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives. It will consider imminent biological threats, as well as how health security is dependent upon the management of broad social, economic and environmental factors. Speakers consider the central role of Indonesia’s health system in preparing for and responding to new and emerging health threats, and in maintaining levels of population health to prevent large scale health crises. The driving question for the day is: What are the crucial components for achieving health security in Indonesia, and how do those components need to work together?
Monthly discussion: #Reformasidikorupsi
This monthly discussion will talk about the issues surrounding the student and civil society movements that are demanding the government and legislators drop various controversial bills.
Indonesia Forum Postgraduate Students Writing Workshop
For more than 25 years, the Indonesia Forum has provided a cross-disciplinary, informal and open network of University of Melbourne academics and staff, as well as …
Public Lecture: The Politics of Land Reclamation in Jakarta
This public lecture explores the urban politics of land reclamation in Jakarta.
Monthly discussion: Bicara Papua
Bicara Papua with Jacob Rumbiak, Richard Chauvel, Ken Setiawan, and Khoirun Nisa Sri Mumpuni. Thursday, 12 September 2019. 5.30pm at Melbourne University. Free event. Please register here: https://bicara-papua.eventbrite.com.au
Public Panel and Workshop: The 2019 Indonesian election: electoral accountability and democratic quality
This public panel and workshop examines the implications of the 2019 legislative and presidential elections for electoral accountability and democratic quality in Indonesia.
Monthly discussion – Land use and planning in Indonesia: how do we claw our way out of this mess?
We will discuss the implementation of land use in Jakarta and East Kalimantan, and the prospects and challenges of One Map Policy.
Monthly discussion: the New Order spectre: disinformation in Indonesia’s democracy
In this discussion, the authors examine disinformation–the “simultaneously conscious and unconscious, blurring [of] the boundary between fact and fiction” (Cheyfitz, 2017: 7)–by taking the case of Indonesia’s 2019 Presidential Elections.
Monthly discussion: “Indonesia tanpa feminisme: my body is not mine, but do I know it?”
The topic will be discussed from the perspective of feminism, religion and their influence in social political realm, and from the perspective of women’s sexuality and reproductive health situation.
Indonesia Forum Public Lecture. “The State of Politics in Indonesia and the Prospects for 2019: A Comparative View”
The public lecture tries to look at the underlying structures of politics in Indonesia.
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