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Overview

Two decades have passed since the emergence of a broad-based reformasi movement in the final years of the Soeharto presidency, during which time Indonesia has undergone dramatic social, economic, administrative and political changes. This conference will discuss the various reform initiatives that have taken place across a variety of sectors in Indonesia.

In this two-day conference we wish to explore the various aspects of the political, governance and economic reform in Indonesia. Day 1 (3 November) will examine various aspects of Two Decades of Political Reform in Indonesia, whereas Day 2 (4 November) will focus on Two Decades of Governance and Economic Reform.

The conference will address the following themes:

  • Political System Reform: Reflections on Two Decades of Change
  • Islam, Politics and Society
  • Foreign Policy and Indonesia's International Role
  • Human Rights and Justice
  • Reflections on Two Decades of Governance and Economic Reform
  • Contestation in the Resource Sector
  • Development and Social Policy
  • Public Administration and Legal Reform
  • Security Sector Reform
  • State Ideology and Reform

Conference registration

Student ticket: $50.00
Academic ticket: $90.00
Non-academic and industry ticket: $130.00

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Please note: Registrations close Monday 31 October

Conference details

Date: Thursday 3 November and Friday 4 November 2016
Location: The University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus, Melbourne, Australia

For more information please see the Programme and keynote speakers web page.

Conference convenors

  • Professor Vedi Hadiz (Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne)
  • Dr Rachael Diprose (School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne)
  • Dr Dave McRae (Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne)

For more information please see the Conference convenors web page.

Institutions

  • Faculty of Arts
  • Asia Institute
  • School of Social and Political Sciences

More information

For more information please contact:

Primatia Romana Wulandari
Email: pwulandari@student.unimelb.edu.au
Phone: +61 455 958 353