The Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) and Pulse Lab Jakarta, in collaboration with the Knowledge Sector Initiative, host the International Conference of Data Revolution for Policy Makers on 21-22 February 2017. The Conferencese deal with these key messages: Key Messages 1 Indonesian readiness to deal with and manage big data along with concrete examples of how new sources of data can be used by policy makers. Key Messages 2 The extent to which data innovation and analytics be used alongside traditional policy research and analysis to inform policy decision making Key Messages 3 The challenges faced by policy makers in adopting and using new data sources, including enabling environments
Preparatory work on the Science Symposium jointly hosted by the Australian Academy of Science and AIPI is progressing with the appointment of conveners to fill the science programme on 29-30 November: Health: Prof. David Cooper and Dr Herawati Sudoyo; Marine and Climate Change: Prof. Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and Prof. Jamaluddin Jompa; Agriculture: Dr Jim Peacock, Dr TJ Higgins and Assoc. Prof Fenny Dwivany. Events on 28 November and 1 December will be open for the public.
Since 2014, KSI has been supporting National Institute of Public Administration (LAN) to strengthen the capacity of policy analysts.
This 2-day seminar in Jakarta is a collaborative effort between KSI and LIPI which aims to present learnings and/or new-knowledge generated through the local knowledge grant initiative on the situation and roles of local knowledge in knowledge to policy process: the actors involved, mechanisms to influence policy, relationship/network used to influence policy, the ways they communicate their evidence, and other factors contributing to the effectiveness/difficulties in local knowledge to policy.
Dokumentasi ini dibuat dalam rangka Bappenas International Conference 2015 on Best Development Practices and Policies dengan dukungan Pemerintah Indonesia dan Australia melalui Knowledge Sector Initiative.
Hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning (Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional, BAPPENAS) in November 2014, the ‘Data Innovation for Policy Makers’ conference in Bali focused on how data can be used to provide better services for the public.
TRACING INDONESIA’S NEW PATH: REVITALISING KNOWLEDGE TO REDUCE POVERTY