The 16th KSIxChange is collaboration between Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) with the Center for Innovation and Policy Governance (CIPG), Google Indonesia, and Indonesian Center for Law and Policy Studies; and the Ministry of National Development Planning/ National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas).a
How is the readiness of young people - especially young researchers - to continue Indonesia's journey? What are their views on the future of Indonesia? Can Indonesia become a strong and empowered country?
In today’s world, pursuing science is as important as communicating about it effectively. Communicating about science lifts the visibility of the science community, and bridges the gap between the ‘science world’ and the general, non-scientist public.
Doing Research: Assessing the Social Science Research System in Indonesia
The collaboration of Katadata with KSI and supported by the Faculty of Business Economics, University of Indonesia (FEB UI) discuss the importance of research is to support a government policy
"The Frailties of Indonesian Knowledge Production" A critical reflection of civil society and knowledge production during Orde Baru and Reformasi
Linking Research Agenda with Cultural Progress
Improving the impact of your research on policy: Suggestions, opportunities and challenges
Find the answer at KSIxChange #9 "Evaluation of the National Health Insurance's Road Map"
Women in The Bureaucracy : Affirmative Action vs a Merit System
Australia-Indonesia Disability Research and Advocacy Network (AIDRAN) Biennial Conference.
Making research inclusive: Listening to the voices of people with disability
Advocating Your Issue to A Policymaker with Najeela Shihab
CCPHI organises a Research & Business Forum, a meeting that aims to encourage the development of Knowledge Sector in Indonesia through partnerships between the private sector (companies and philanthropy) and research institutions. This forum aims to facilitate discussion events to build mutual trust while learning from the experience of partnering with stakeholders, as well as building networks.
As part of the Regional Medium-Term Development Plan 2017-2022, the Government of Aceh is working to improve the quality of regional development policies, especially by optimising the realisation of development in the last ten years of the support of Aceh's Special Autonomy. This desire is stated in one of the development missions, that is : "Revitalising the regional planning function with the principle of evidence based planning that is effective, efficient and sustainable".
La Trobe Law School is proud to host the Australia-Indonesia Disability Research and Advocacy Network (AIDRAN). AIDRAN is a collaborative network which aims to bring together various stakeholders in the disability research and social inclusion field. It will provide opportunities for engagement and collaboration between academics, civil society organisations and policymakers.
Join us at our new series of informal sharing sessions on different topics around Indonesia’s knowledge sector.