Join us at our new series of informal sharing sessions on different topics in Indonesia’s knowledge sector.
"Linking Research Agenda with Cultural Progress"
Hilmar Farid, Historian and Director General, Ministry of Education and Culture
Dave Lumenta, anthropologist and ALMI member
Tita Larasati, Head of the Science and Society cluster, ALMI
Indonesia’s national research agenda is ideally used as the priority area to allocate government resources. Although Indonesia has formed its National Research Master Plan (RIRN), only one out of the ten focuses pays attention to “Social Humanities – Cultural Arts – Education”. As such, a direct link between social research and policy making that support cultural progress remains unclear.
A clear and effective relationship between social researchers and policy makers is required to ensure that cultural progress, based on evidence, is felt by even the poorest and most marginalised people. An exchange between academics and policy makers in regards to the use of evidence in cultural progress is facilitated by the Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences (ALMI). The discussion will align the vision and mission of key organisations in supporting the academia’s role in Indonesia’s cultural progress.
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) hosts regular discussions led by prominent speakers on topics related to evidence-informed policymaking in Indonesia. Sessions include a short presentation followed by interactive Q&A. KSIxChange is open to all and free to attend. Seats are limited and registrations close the day prior to the event.
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