3rd Indonesia Research Day Program – 12 August 2016

Indonesia Research Day is back for the third time this Friday, 12 August 2016, Ingkarni Wardli Conference Room, Level 7, North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide. RSVP to secure you spot via this link http://bit.ly/29Glv6A. The registration is open until 10 August 2016.


We have prepared an exciting program for you this year, starting from Trade, Government Policy and Cultural Panels. Details can be found below :

3rd Indonesia Research Day


Time Session Speaker / Presenter
08.30 – 09.00 AM Registration Morning Tea & Coffee – Angklung ensemble
09.01 – 09.10 AM Opening Remarks H.E. Mr. Nadjib Riphat Kesoema
Indonesia’s Ambassador to Australia
09.11 – 09.15 AM Group Photo
Keynote Presentation: Service sector as the Driver of Change – Indonesian experience. Moderator: Aritta Gracia Girsang
09.20 – 09.55 AM Keynote Speaker Prof. Christopher Findlay AM
Executive Dean of The Faculty of The Professions, University of Adelaide
Q & A session
Panel on Trade: Indonesia – Australia Trade Relationship – Moderator : Muhammad Taufan
09.56 – 10.55 AM Presenters Mr. Agung Haris (ITPC) – Head of Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre – Sydney
Mr. Steven Baker  –  Chairman of AIBC South Australia Chapter

Insights, Challenges and prospects of doing business in Indonesia – SA perspective

Q & A session
General Panel: Job perceptions, clothing industry and the role of NGOs in social protection policy  – Moderator: Monica Dwi Hartanti
11.00 – 12.15 AM Presenters Fajar B. Hirawan – University of Sydney

Measuring competitiveness of Indonesian products in the Australian market before and after political tensions between two countries

Ani Wileujeng Suryani – University of South Australia

I won’t get what I want: Students’ perceptions on job characteristics in public accounting firms in Indonesia

Leah Wilson – University of Adelaide

The clothing industry and its impact on society and the environment in Indonesia

Q & A session
12.15 – 1.30 PM Lunch and Friday Prayer
Government Panel: Analysing Government Policy Reform: Education, Health, Procurement and victims of domestic violence – Moderator: Fajar B. Hirawan
1.30 – 2.30 PM Presenters Maryke Van Diermen – University of Adelaide

The role of NGOs in social protection in Indonesia

Sukendar – Flinders University

Government’s Policy for Victims of Domestic Violence: A comparative analysis between the Pusat Pelayanan Terpadu (PPT) of Semarang and Cilacap

Muhammad Maulana – Flinders University

Health Budget Allocation During the Cabinet of Unity Indonesia II: Low Political Pressure

Muhammad Mustafa – University of Adelaide

The Political Economy of Procurement Reform in Decentralized Indonesia

Q&A Session
Panel Culture: Cultural Talkshow – Moderator: Shanti Omodei James
3.05 – 4.30 PM Presenters Ferry and Yenny – Adelindo Angklung
Emily Rustanto – Curator
Brett Caliss – Indofest – Artistic and Cultural Director
Suryo Guritno – Rebana: El-Musafeer
Q & A session
4.31 – 4.40 PM Closing – Angklung experience

Map of IRD 2nd - 12 Oct 2015Just in case you’re new to Adelaide, here’s a Map of our venue:

See you there !


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