On Monday, 10 July 2017 to Friday, 14 July 2017 Global Engagement Office hosted a short course program for Flinders University students from Australia. This program was part of the collaboration project between Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UGM and Flinders University, Australia with the support from New Colombo Plan.
A Mini Joint International Seminar was held by Global Engagement Office of FISIPOL UGM and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) on Thursday, 13 July 2017. This seminar addressed the theme of “The Roles of Youth on Transforming the Nation”. Both universities sent their student delegates to present their ideas about youth and their prominent roles.
It was a bright Saturday and the CCUC participants were gathering in West Hall at 8.30 a.m. to have a pottery workshop in Kasongan Village. Kasongan Village is well-known as a village in Yogyakarta where most of its people do pottery work for living, not only to sell it to tourists or local customer, but they also sell their artworks worldwide. Before the bus came, the participants were given a morning snacks to enjoy. They also had a nice chit-chats and got to know each other. The bus has finally arrived in front of FISIPOL but the participants are still waiting for the other to come. At about 9.00 a.m. all CCUC participants went inside the bus and finally departed from FISIPOL to Kasongan Village.
A warm invitation for those longing for a touch of art on their hands, to be creative – relaxing – artistic, or simply wanting to check your bucket list.
Reserve yourself a seat in the very first Cross-Cultural Understanding Club pottery workshop.
It will be on Saturday, April 29th, 2017.
The workshop location is in Kasongan, but we will meet up at West Hall of Fisipol at 8am and depart together with the transportation we have reserved.
There will also be a free Indonesian lunch in Omah Sawah afterward.
Join us to create your own handmade pottery!
Pada tahun 2015, dunia telah menyepakati Agenda 2030 bagi Pembangunan Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Development Goals/SDGs), sebagai acuan perencanaan pembangunan global dan fokus kerja sama internasional untuk 15 tahun ke depan. Tantangan Indonesia adalah memastikan Agenda 2030 dapat diimplementasikan secara baik dan dirasakan manfaatnya oleh seluruh lapisan masyarakat Indonesia. Seminar ini diharapkan dapat mendorong peserta mempelajari good practices dan lessons learned dalam implementasi pembangunan berkelanjutan.
U.S. politics, apart from being highly dynamic, stands at the center of global attention due to the large influence U.S. has over the course of global politics. As is the case with all strong democracies, political decisions in the U.S. are made under a system where power is separated into three branches: the executive, the legislative, and the judicial system. This program will dissect the way separation of powers work in the U.S., particularly in light of various legal and policy-related implications resulted by the interaction between the executive, the Congress, and the judicial system in the U.S.
The Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC) is a biennial multi-disciplinary conference which provides a forum for the presentation of new and innovative work on Indonesia with particular emphasis on encouraging engagement between newer Indonesianists and established scholars.
The 9th ICOC will be held at Flinders University, Bedford Park Campus, Adelaide, on 3 – 4 July 2017.
You are invited to submit your paper with the theme “Indonesia and Australia: Youth, New Media, and Everyday Politics”. The abstract submission deadline is 28 February 2017. There is no registration fee for the conference.
Proposal for papers should include a title and an abstract of 150 words as well as a bio-note of 100 words. Proposal for panels should include either a suggested panel title only or the titles and abstracts of three papers of 20 minutes duration each. Proposals for panels or a series of several panels are strongly encouraged. Send your paper and panel abstracts to ICOC2017@flinders.edu.au
For further information, please contact:
“Education and Tolerance/Pluralism: Collaboration between UK and Indonesia”
Speaker: HM Ambassador Moazzam Malik (British Ambassador to Indonesia, ASEAN and Timor Leste)
Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Venue: Convention Hall, Fisipol UGM 4th Floor
Register yourself through this link: ugm.id/7f
Contact Person: Rizki (081321049142)
For FISIPOL Students who are interested to study aboard and discover new experiences in other countries, Global Engagement Office presents,
International Exposure Seminar 2016
29 September 2016
08.00 – 12.00
Seminar Timur Fisipol
– Ira Yulianti Purnomo (Erasmus Mundus Association Country Representative)
– I Made Andi Arsana (Head of Office of International Affairs UGM)
– Hanadia Pasca Y. (Erasmus Mundus Alumna)
FREE & LIMITED SEATS!
Only for 150 FISIPOL UGM Students!
Register yourself at bit.ly/ies2016
no later than 22 September 2016
For further information:
Adelia Murti (0813-3827-7459)
Facebook Fanpage: GEO Fisipol
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