The Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) is a platform for national dialogue on development. Hosted by the Ministry of National Development Planning, IDF brings together leaders in government, civil society, academia, and the private sector to discuss solutions to Indonesia’s key development challenges.
Through interactive sessions, IDF promotes open dialogue on priority development issues and policy options for addressing them. It presents research and insights from experts and practitioners and highlights successful practices from Indonesia and internationally. An ideas marketplace showcases new and innovative approaches to addressing development challenges.
IDF is supported by the Australian government through the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI). KSI is a joint program between the governments of Indonesia and Australia, which supports the Indonesian government to address its key development challenges through more effective public policies that make better use of research, data, and analysis.
The Indonesia Development Forum aims to:
Convenedevelopment actors in government, civil society, academia, and the private sector to shape Indonesia's development agenda;
Communicate research and evidence on key development challenges and what solutions work to address them.
Promote collaboration in addressing Indonesia’s most pressing development issues.
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) is a joint programme between the governments of Indonesia and Australia that seeks to improve the lives of the Indonesian people through better quality public policies that make better use of research, analysis and evidence.