ESP B01 One day-workshop on Contemporary Indonesia (11/10)

One day-workshop on Contemporary Indonesia

Workshop Program

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Date: November 10, 2017 (Friday)

Time: 9:00-18:20

Venue: GRIPS Room 4B (4th floor)

Title: TWO DECADES AFTER 1998 REFORMASI: Achievements and Challenges

 

The workshop will discuss contemporary Indonesia from various aspects: economic issues, political changes, agrarian transformation, civil society and social movement, and managing multiculturalism.

It brings together experts, specialists and practitioners alike to highlight important themes for the discussion.

 

SESSION 1: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

1. Understanding Metropolitan Poverty: The Profile of Poverty in Jabodetabek Area

Asep Suryahadi (The SMERU Research Institute)

2. Fiscal Policy and Infrastructure Development in Indonesia

Maxensius Tri Sambodo (LIPI)

3. The Dynamics of Education outcome in Decentralized Indonesia, 2000-2014

Abdul Wahid Fajar Amin (GRIPS)

 

SESSION 2: POLITICAL CHANGES

1. Beyond the Enclave? Post-Reformasi Indonesia and Contradictions of Human

Rights Practices

Suh Jiwon (Changwon National University, South Korea)

2. Polarizing Indonesia

Douglas Kammen (National University of Singapore)

3. Corruption and Anti-Corruption in Indonesia: Major Challenges to Reform

Adnan Topan Husodo (Indonesian Corruption Watch)

 

SESSION 3: AGRARIAN TRANSFORMATION

1. Agrarian Transformation and Policy Instruments in Indonesia: Challenges for

Food Security and Poverty Reduction

Ito Takeshi (Sophia University)

2. Farmland Liquidation in Rural Java

Ernoiz Antriyandarti (Universitas Sebelas Maret)

3. Gendered Impact of Large Scale Oil Palm Land Acquisition on Local Women:

Insights from Indonesia

Dian Ekowati (CIFOR)

 

SESSION 4: CIVIL SOCIETY and SOCIAL MOVEMENT

1. On the Walls and Along the Streets: The Politics and the Aesthetics of Reclaiming

Public Space in Yogyakarta

Brigitta Isabella (KUNCI Cultural Studies Center)

2. Making Use of Politics: Urban Poor Movement in Indonesia after Reformasi

Amalinda Savirani (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

3. Women and the Progressive of Law in Indonesia: From the New Order to the

Reformation Order

Nurul Ilmi Idrus (Universitas Hasanuddin)

 

SESSION 5: MANAGING MULTICULTURALISM

1. Managing Multiculturalism: The Ethnic (and Religious) Issues

Thung Ju Lan (LIPI)

2. Islam and the Public Sphere in post-Reformasi Indonesia: a reassessment

Iqra Anugrah (NIU)

 

Workshop organizer: Jafar Suryomenggolo (GRIPS)

 

This workshop is open to anyone who wishes to attend. Registration is required.

Please register your name and institutional affiliation, no later than November 6, 2017, to:

workshop10november@gmail.com.

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