Bagi yang tertarik mengikuti Indonesia Update tahun ini, siaran livenya bisa disaksikan mulai Jumat-Sabtu, 16-17 September 2016 mulai pukul 06.00 WIB di facebook page ANU Indonesia Project https://www.facebook.com/IndonesiaProject/
Semua sesi akan direkam dan tersedia di New Mandala paling lambat 2 minggu setelah konferensi.
The following sessions will be streamed live: Political Updates, Economic Updates, Digital politics and governance. All sessions will be recorded and available to the public.
More information about the Digital Indonesia:
Podcasts and interviews will be available from the New Mandala:
All available speakers, would you please help distributing these links to your own respective networks:
Onno W. Purbo, Budi Rahardjo, Muhammad Chatib Basri, Eve Warburton, Bayu Dardias, Yanuar Nugroho, Michele Ford, John Postill Nava Nuraniyah, Ross Tapsell, Edwin Jurriens, Kathleen Azali, Martin Slama, Ainun Najib, Emma Baulch, New Mandala.
A Mini Update in Sydney is once again hosted by the Lowy Institute for International Policy on Monday, 19 September 2016. Eve Warburton, Aaron L Connelly, Gunther Schulze and M Chatib Basri will be presenting the political and foreign policy update and the economic update.
A Digital Indonesia Mini Update will be held by the Asia Research Centre at Murdoch University in Perth on 19 September 2016. Speakers include Ross Tapsell, Nicole Andres, Andina Dwifatma, Onno Purbo, Budi Rahardjo, John Postill and David Hill.
Digital Indonesia: challenges and opportunities of the digital revolution is the theme for the 34th annual Indonesia Update conference to be held at The Australian National University on Friday and Saturday, 16-17 September 2016.
It is widely believed that we are in the middle of a technological revolution. The dynamic capacity of the internet to connect and transmit information—as well as the evolving nature of devices and infrastructures, owing to digitalisation—has seen new technologies bring rapid change to many parts of the world, including Southeast Asia. Unfortunately, much of the scholarship and debate surrounding the impact of digital technologies remains highly Western-centric.
In Indonesia, digital platforms have been used to organise mass rallies, assist with election monitoring, and generally provide a space for greater freedom of opinion and expression on a variety of issues and events. Digitalisation has impacted the media industry, banks, polling institutes, terrorism networks, disaster relief and city planners, as well as education, employment, political activism, artistic production and much more.
President Jokowi himself recently promoted Indonesia’s capacity for investment in the digital economy during his visit to the White House. Yet digitalisation has seen existing business models thrown into disarray through what scholars describe as ‘disruptive technologies’. But what exactly is the digital economy, and can it live up to its promise? What challenges and opportunities does digitalisation bring to Indonesian governance, politics, policy, culture and society more broadly? How can Indonesia bridge the ‘digital divide’?
The 2016 Indonesia Update will address these and other urgent questions surrounding ‘digital Indonesia’. It will include experts from Australia, Indonesia and around the world, from a range of disciplines, who are researching the impacts of digital technologies. It will also include speakers who are actively involved in developing new digital platforms in Indonesia.
For more information, please visit our website at: http://crawford.anu.edu.au/acde/ip/update/2016/ and follow the navigational links on the right hand side for the program, registration, and information about catering, parking and accommodation.indonesia-update-2016-program-web-0905