FPCI Research and Analysis (FPCI R&A) is FPCI’s research division focusing on 6 areas of interest – Geopolitics, Indonesian Foreign Policy, ASEAN, Cities, Diaspora, and Globalization. Our work is to contribute to the Indonesian foreign policy development and thinking process. We work in collaboration with policy makers, experts, lecturers, researchers, officials, as well as the public on specific issues and trends.

Our flagship research product is FPCI regional survey – ASEAN-China Survey and ASEAN Peoples’ Perception Survey whereas both surveys participated with 1,500 respondents from 11 ASEAN Countries each edition.

Our product is characterized as a policy-oriented analysis. We help local government to expand their international strategy and engagement.

We also work to enhance public understanding and engagement on international issues through conferences, public discussions, roundtable discussion, trek 1,5 discissuin, reports and publications.

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FPCI Climate Unit is a unit of Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) that advocates greater climate security and aims to champion climate activism. Through its programs and initiatives, FPCI Climate Unit aims to serve as a climate hub that connects relevant stakeholders and communities in interactive discussions to promote public awareness of climate issues, as well as to support more robust and more rigorous efforts from governments to tackle climate change.



The 1000 Abrahamic Circles Project is an international interfaith peace effort under FPCI that aims to bring together Abrahamic faith leaders from three different countries on a journey to each other’s community, directly observing each other’s way of life–ultimately building an understanding and mutual respect between one another. Our program is designed to obtain a positive and long-term impact, serving as an innovative solution to the traditional interfaith models. The ultimate objective is to measurably increase religious literacy, empathy and a sense of mutual respect amongst the Circle members, their followers and the wider global general public.


World's Best Practices on Innovative Local Government Policies Forum

This program has been designed as a platform where local government officials and officials of universitieis and companies owned by local governments can receive briefings on innovative policies that have been proven successful in addressing urban challenges. The speakers are experts and local government officials from leading cities in the world with distinguished track-records in urban development.

Program Manager:
Dina Hadfina,

Corporate Policy Brief Program (CEO Forum)

This is a program in which corporate leaders receive monthly updates as well as insights on and analyses of trends in government policies. The CEOs also have an opportunity to directly ask decision makers for clarification on particular issues. More importantly, members of this corporate policy briefing program are assured of a chance to offer inputs and recommendations on Indonesian policies, especially economic policies. This program is unique because the briefing is held behind closed doors and participants are encouraged to be candid.

Program Manager
Afni Damanik, afni@fpcindonesia.org
WA: +6287888739669

FPCI Policy Briefing Group (PBG)

On a fortnightly basis, members of this program receive an exclusive online policy briefing on countries of interest to the Indo- Pacific region, and also on current issues of consequence to regional governments and business organizations. Through this program members are provided with an in-depth, focused, and high-quality policy briefing given by speakers who have mastered the subject they discuss– be they officials or experts. Each briefing lasts 60-75 minutes and consists of a 30-45 minute presentation by the speaker, followed by a question and answer session. There is one briefer for each session.

Program Manager
Jenny Sari Winata, jenny@fpcindonesia.org
WA: +6281266391807

Middle Power Studies Network (MPSN)

In collaboration with Universitas Airlangga, FPCI is creating an international network of experts, think tanks, and foreign policy practitioners from middle power countries. The aim is to promote and spread knowledge on the role of middle powers in international relations and the various strategies they employ in navigating a divided world. We were moved to establish the MPSN the face of the increasing involvement of middle powers in international politics and in resolving global issues. We believe that middle powers have unique characteristics and enjoy strategic advantages in tackling global challenges. We see a trend where middle powers are showing greater interest in contributing to the settlement of global problems. This trend is highly evident in groupings like BRICS and MIKTA.

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Global Town Hall (GTH)

The Global Town Hall is an annual marathon online discussion covering different time zones worldwide, including those of Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand, South Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Russia, Canada, North America, and Latin America. It runs for 15 hours from 09.00 until 24.00 (GMT +7) to accommodate speakers, panelists, and audiences in various time zones – hence “around the world, around the clock.” . The Global Town Hall consists of typically around 12 sessions running for 60 to 75 minutes each – each session is opened with a short video message from a world leader. The Global Town Hall provides a dialogue for civil societies with world leaders and leading minds to discuss issues of common interests such as : state of the world, geopolitics, climate change, the world economy/globalization, human rights, governance, multilateralism, digital economy, public health, artificial intelligence, food security, youth, gender equality, etc.

For more information: www.gth2023.com

Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy (CIFP)

Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy (CIFP) is a festival of diplomacy that aims to bring all the stakeholders together in an intellectually rich, open, and inspirational from all over Indonesia and abroad. CIFP has been described as “a combination of an international seminar and a rock concert,” reflecting how rare for a foreign policy conference to display a festive high-energy atmosphere attended by thousands of people, primarily young people.

For more information: https://www.cifp2022.com/

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Indonesia Net-Zero Summit (INZS)

Indonesia Net-Zero Summit (INZS) is Indonesia’s premier climate forum organized annually by FPCI that aims to provide a platform for government officials, think tanks, private sector, civil society, diplomatic corps, academics, media and journalists, students, and the wider public to discuss and express their aspirations for Indonesia’s net-zero future and climate commitments. INZS presents itself as a unique climate festival, combining various forms of activities, from climate town halls and panel discussions featuring high-profile speakers, booths and exhibitions, as well as musical performances from top Indonesian artists.

For more information: https://www.fpciclimate.org/