10th Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change
”Community Participation, Institutions, and Multi-Stakeholder Platforms in
Building Small Island Resilience" .
What is the role of each small island stakeholder, from the community, civil society organisation, government, and other institutions in building a small island’s resilience? How could each stakeholder work together to achieve sustainability? Is there already a strategy or program which could be implemented, replicated, and developed further? Let’s discuss these questions with the experts.
- Ir. Hugua, Member of Parliament, The House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR RI).
- Prof. Wahyoe Soepri Hantoro, Ex. Research Professor, LIPI, Present: Res. Fellow Prof. Univ. of Wollongong Aus and Queensland Univ. Aust., Guest Res. Prof. Marine Geology Lab. Univ of Tongji, Shanghai, China.
- Maggie Muurmans, Researcher and Ph.D. candidate, Griffith University.
- Gendewa Tunas Rancak, M.Tech., Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama NTB & Head of the Environmental and Economic Development Division, Santiri Foundation.
Opening speech: Prof. Rachmat Witoelar, Advisor of I-SER, Patron CAIPSDCC, Former President’s Special Envoy on Climate Change.
Session chair: Dr. Nadiarti Nurdin Kadir, Secretary, Center of Excellence for Marine Resilience and Sustainable Development (MarSave), Universitas Hasanuddin.
This is the tenth session of the CAIPSDCC weekly webinar series. It is organized by the Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Programs on Sustainable Development and Climate Change (CAIPSDCC), a collaboration between Universitas Indonesia and Griffith University.
This webinar is a partnership with Universitas Hasanuddin. It will be conducted in English.
Request for e-certificate is available for those who:
- Register; 2. Participate in the webinar live (start-end); and 3. Submit e-certificate requests via form before the due time (the link to the form and due time will be announced live during the webinar)
Join us on Thursday, 23 July 2020 at
10:30 am (UTC/GMT+7, Jakarta, Hanoi)
11:30 am (UTC/GMT+8, Kuala Lumpur, Manila)
1:30 pm (UTC/GMT+10, Canberra)
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