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The seminars on Anti-Corruption Agency in Indonesia and on Politics of ICT in Southeast Asia

You are cordially invited to the following two interconnected international workshops:
A. “Anti-Corruption Movement and Civil Society in Indonesia”
B. “Politics of ICT for Good Governance in the peninsular Southeast Asia”

The seminars will start from 1.30 am on March 3rd, 2017. We are inviting Bambang Widjojanto (ex-vice head of Anti-Corruption Agency in Indonesia), Khairil Yusof (social entrepreneur for open data and digital rights in Malaysia), Enda Nasution (the father of blogger in Indonesia), and Made Ali (environmental activist specialized in the mapping in Riau).
The abstracts and biodata of the three presenters in the second seminar is attached.

Date: March 3, 2017
Venue: Large Room, 3rd Floor of Inamori Memorial Foundation Building, CSEAS

Program:

13:30-15:00
First Session: Anti-Corruption Movement and Civil Society in Indonesia

Speaker: Bambang Widjojanto (ex-vice chairman of KPK)
Title: Past, Present and Future of Anti-Corruption Agency (KPK) and the Synergy of KPK and Civil Society in Indonesia (tentative)

Commentator: Honna Jun (professor at Ritsumeikan University)

15:00-15:20 Coffee Break

15:20-18:20
Second Session: Politics of ICT for Good Governance in Southeast Asia

1st Speaker: Khairil Yusof (social entrepreneur for open data and digital rights in Malaysia)
Title: Open Government, Open Data and Digital Rights in Constrained Environments in Malaysia

2nd Speaker: Enda Nasution (the father of blogger in Indonesia)
Title: ICT Development in Indonesia, from Social Media to Sustainable Digital Economy

3rd Speaker: Made Ali (environmental activist specialized in the mapping in Riau)
Title: Corporate Forest and Land Grabbing in Riau, Indonesia

Commentators:
Kameda Akihiro (assistant professor at CSEAS)
Mieno Fumiharu (professor at CSEAS)

Title and Summaries »

 

These seminars are supported by Japan-ASEAN Platform.

Okamoto Masaaki