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  • Currently in its eight year, Forum Kajian Pembangungan (FKP) is still going strong with 21 events held between January – June 2018, including five special events. The special events were FKP Roadshow in Banda Aceh, Jember and Makassar, Thee Kian Wie Lecture, and Sadli Lecture, hosted by nine organisations. About […]

    Forum Kajian Pembangunan in the first half of 2018

    Currently in its eight year, Forum Kajian Pembangungan (FKP) is still going strong with 21 events held between January – June 2018, including five special events. The special events were FKP Roadshow in Banda Aceh, Jember and Makassar, Thee Kian Wie Lecture, and Sadli Lecture, hosted by nine organisations. About […]

  • On 3 May 2018, the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada (FEB UGM) and the ANU Indonesia Project held the second Mubyarto Public Policy Forum (MPPF) in Yogyakarta. The MPPF is named in honour of Professor Mubyarto who was one of Indonesia’s leading thinkers in the field of […]

    The 2018 Mubyarto Public Policy Forum

    On 3 May 2018, the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada (FEB UGM) and the ANU Indonesia Project held the second Mubyarto Public Policy Forum (MPPF) in Yogyakarta. The MPPF is named in honour of Professor Mubyarto who was one of Indonesia’s leading thinkers in the field of […]

  • Each year since 1983 the ANU Indonesia Project convenes a conference on Indonesia in Canberra, Australia: The Indonesia Update, the largest conference on Indonesia held outside of Indonesia. A book based on the 2017 Update conference has been published, and details are below. Indonesia in the new world: globalisation, nationalism […]

    Book launches in Canberra, Jakarta and Makassar

    Each year since 1983 the ANU Indonesia Project convenes a conference on Indonesia in Canberra, Australia: The Indonesia Update, the largest conference on Indonesia held outside of Indonesia. A book based on the 2017 Update conference has been published, and details are below. Indonesia in the new world: globalisation, nationalism […]

Forum Kajian Pembangunan
  • Currently in its eight year, Forum Kajian Pembangungan (FKP) is still going strong with 21 events held between January – June 2018, including five special events. The special events were FKP Roadshow in Banda Aceh, Jember and Makassar, Thee Kian Wie Lecture, and Sadli Lecture, hosted by nine organisations. About […]

    Forum Kajian Pembangunan in the first half of 2018

    Currently in its eight year, Forum Kajian Pembangungan (FKP) is still going strong with 21 events held between January – June 2018, including five special events. The special events were FKP Roadshow in Banda Aceh, Jember and Makassar, Thee Kian Wie Lecture, and Sadli Lecture, hosted by nine organisations. About […]

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  • The 2018 FKP Roadshow was conducted in three cities, hosted by Universitas Syiah Kuala in Banda Aceh (11 February), Universitas Jember in Jember (12 February), and Universitas Hasanuddin in Makassar (14 February). In total, more than 430 people attended the FKP Roadshow in the three cities, showing that there is […]

    2018 FKP Roadshow on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

    The 2018 FKP Roadshow was conducted in three cities, hosted by Universitas Syiah Kuala in Banda Aceh (11 February), Universitas Jember in Jember (12 February), and Universitas Hasanuddin in Makassar (14 February). In total, more than 430 people attended the FKP Roadshow in the three cities, showing that there is […]

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  • Throughout July – December 2017, the FKP held 19 presentations (compared to 18 events in the second half of 2016), making the total number of events to 42 in 2017 (compared with 39 total events 2016). There were 900 recorded participants, 51% of which were male (compared to 770 people […]

    Forum Kajian Pembangunan in the second half of 2017

    Throughout July – December 2017, the FKP held 19 presentations (compared to 18 events in the second half of 2016), making the total number of events to 42 in 2017 (compared with 39 total events 2016). There were 900 recorded participants, 51% of which were male (compared to 770 people […]

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