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%u2019s 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.
Within the overarching theme of %u2018Pathways to Tackle Regional Disparities Across the Archipelago 2019, IDF 2018 will focus on seven key issues: developing growth centres outside Java; accelerating the growth of under-developed regions; increasing access to quality basic services; building Indonesia 2019's digital economy; strengthening transport and connectivity; improving the effectiveness of local governments; and enhancing the quality of government spending on local development.
Abstracts on the sub-themes for IDF 2018 are now invited.
Abstracts should be submitted no later than May 19, 2018.
We encourage all participants from various backgrounds to participate.
To find out more about the sub-themes of IDF 2018 for your abstract: https://indonesiadevelopmentforum.com/2018/call-for-papers?1525851460
- Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and may be submitted in either English or Bahasa Indonesia
- Notification of acceptance will be provided by 6 June 2018.
Inquiries on the Call for Papers can be directed email@example.com