Model G20 – Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting (Model G20 FMCBG Meeting) 15-16 September 2022

As a key international forum for global economic cooperation, the G20 brings together the finance ministers and central bank governors of the world’s 20 largest economies in Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) meetings. At a time of immense global economic uncertainty and geopolitical instability, the G20 has never been more important as a forum to help address the shared challenges in our region and the global economy.

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Youth Voice for ASEAN-China Cooperation | Writing Competition & Policy Lab

In the latest ASEAN-China Special Summit in November 2021, President Xi Jinping announced China-ASEAN Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP) – calling it “a new milestone” in the history of the relations, and that it will inject new impetus into peace, stability, prosperity and development of the region and the world.In light of that, FPCI together with the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to ASEAN initiates “Youth Voice for ASEAN-China Cooperation” – a program in which 20 winners of a region-wide essay writing competition will be able to participate in an exclusive two days policy lab to produce a policy recommendation that will be handed to the Chinese government and the ASEAN Secretariat.

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ASEAN-China Survey 2022: “Managing Cooperation Amidst Geopolitical Tension”

After 30 years of cooperation, ASEAN-China relations have deepened further through the newly announced Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP). However, ongoing geopolitical tensions (e.g. the Russia-Ukraine war) have posed a challenge to the partnership. These issues raise some questions for China and Southeast Asia – how does geopolitical uncertainty influence ASEAN-China relations? What does the CSP mean for Southeast Asia? And most importantly, what do Southeast Asians think on this matter? Those three questions are what FPCI aims to uncover.

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#DearG20Leaders Video Competition

Following the conclusion of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November 2021, FPCI and the UK Embassy in Jakarta is conducting a nationwide online video competition to further promote the outcome of the COP26 and the Glasgow Climate Pact for all Indonesian citizens. This program aims to enhance awareness of climate commitments that countries, including Indonesia, made during COP26 in order to ensure that our leaders act upon those commitments.

The name of the online video competition is “#DearG20Leaders Video Competition”, with its theme being “COP26 Outcomes and What’s Next for the G20 Summit”. This theme was chosen to promote the outcome of COP26 and Glasgow Climate Pact and at the same time, mobilize youth voices to drive ambition for Indonesia to showcase its climate leadership as President of the G20 this year.

Competition Timeline

21 February 2022Launch of the Video Competition
21 February – 18 March 2022Video Submissions Open
18 March 2022Deadline
19 March – 24 March 2022Judging Process
25 March 2022Virtual Ceremony and Winner Announcement
26 March – 31 March 2022*Prize Distribution

Ambassadorial Lecture with H.E. Vincent Piket with the theme “EU’s Fit for 55 Climate Package: What Is It and What Does It Mean for Indonesia?”

On 14 July 2021, the EU has officially launched the Fit for 55 Climate Package, an initiative to meet the EU’s Green Deal goal of climate neutrality by 2050 and a 55% reduction in emissions by 2030.

In collaboration with the Delegation of the European Union, FPCI has the pleasure to conduct the FPCI Ambassadorial Lecture with H.E. Vincent Piket with the theme “EU’s Fit for 55 Climate Package: What Is It and What Does It Mean for Indonesia?” that take place on Thursday, 22 July 2021.

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ASEAN-China Survey 2021: “Assessing Three Decades of Partnership”

The year 2021 is a special year for ASEAN and China as we commemorate the 30th anniversary of ASEAN China – Dialogue Relations that was established in 1991. In light of this, FPCI recognizes the importance of continuing the study. Therefore, we will be conducting the second annual survey, “ASEAN – China Survey 2021: Assessing Three Decades of Partnership.”

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