Halo China Video Competition 2024

Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) and the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Jakarta, China Public Diplomacy Association, and CGTN are in cooperation to bring back the Halo China video competition in the year 2024!

Now in its fifth year, the competition will focus on the theme, “China Through My Eyes.”

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Halo China Video Competition 2023

Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) and the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Jakarta, China Public Diplomacy Association, and CGTN are in cooperation to bring back the Halo China video competition in the year 2023! This year, the competition will focus on the theme, “Together Towards Future: Celebrating 10th Anniversary of China-Indonesia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and the Belt and Road Initiative.”

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1000 Abrahamic Circles Public Discussion – “Minority-to-Majority Dialogue: Assisting a receiver for the minority’s messages”

A respectful and friendly relationship between minority and majority groups are essential to reach a world of peace and harmony. But how do we maintain a good relationship between the majority and minority and make sure that minorities’ rights are being valued in the world?

https://www.1000circles.com/post/minority-to-majority-dialogue-assisting-a-receiver-for-the-minority-s-messages

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1po5NLZAq0FKZUsUNVZdzapdfvA46L-idj67R0nRi3FY/edit?usp=sharing

Think Tank Dinner

FPCI hosted a Think Tank Dinner to connect, update, and discuss among think tanks based in Jakarta issues as well as their plans for the year 2023. The meeting was held closed-door, in a small group, at the same table. More than 20 think tanks were represented in that first Think Tank Dinner.

FPCI Public Discussion: Event on One Year Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine”

In February 2023, marking one year of the war in Ukraine, FPCI organized a public forum titled “Ukraine on Fire: One Year of Resistance.” This event brought together prominent figures and experts to discuss the ongoing war in Ukraine. The forum began with opening remarks from H.E. Vasyl Hamianin, Ambassador of Ukraine to Indonesia, and Dr. Dino Patti Djalal, Founder and Chairman of FPCI. The panel discussion featured:

Speakers: 1. Prof. Yuddy Chrisnandi, Ambassador of Indonesia to Ukraine (2017-2021); 2. Radityo Dharmaputra, FPCI Fellow & Lecturer of International Relations at Universitas Airlangga; and 3. Kris Mada, Journalist at KOMPAS, who covered the war in Ukraine in 2022

Moderator: Dini Putri Saraswati, Lecturer of International Relations at Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta The forum was held in-person at Bengkel Diplomasi, FPCI Secretariat, Jakarta, Indoensia.

A recording of the event is available at Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/live/wcYdXZ4abrY

Southeast Asia Lecture Hall: “International Business with Jamshyd Godrej”

During this event Mr. Jamshyd Godrej shared his perspectives as Chairman and Managing Director of Godrej & Boyce, a diversified business with a presence across 10 industry sectors. He is also Chairman of the Board of Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, India Resources Trust and Council on Energy, Environment and Water and a Director of World Resources Institute, USA, and Chairman of the CII Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre.

Commemorative Symposium for the 50th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation

Five years after ASEAN establishment in 1967, Japan had its first dialogue, and on the 10th anniversary of ASEAN, Japan announced the Fukuda Doctrine. The Fukuda Doctrine promises Japan’s resolve to be a nation committed to peace and never again become a military power, to consolidate our relationship of mutual confidence and trust based on a “heart-to-heart” understanding as a true friend, and to support ASEAN’s own efforts to strengthen their solidarity and resilience as an “equal partner”.

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Southeast Asia Lecture Hall: “Poverty and International Development with Rory Stewart”

In discussing the problem of poverty as a challenge to international development, H.E. Rory Stewart drew from his experiences as Secretary of State for International Development of the United Kingdom, a position he occupied in 2019. A Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, he shared insights from his expertise on crises in international politics and on interventions in fragile and conflict-affected states.