Day 1, Wednesday, August 9, 2017

NO. TITLE PDF
1.
Laporan Indonesia Development Forum: Sebagai Upaya Menjaring Masukan untuk Menurunkan Ketimpangan

OPENING REMARKS -
Prof. Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro, Ph.D, Minister for National Development Planning and Head of National Development Planning Agency of the Republic of Indonesia

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2.
Pentingnya Memahami Ketimpangan Di Indonesia: Fakta dan Strategi Mengatasi Ketimpangan

WELCOMING REMARKS, KEYNOTE ADDRESS -
Dr Darmin Nasution, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia

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3.
Fighting Inequality for Better Growth

WELCOMING REMARKS -
Dr Bradley Armstrong, Charge d’affaires, Australian Embassy in Indonesia

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4.
Measures and Policies for Fighting Poverty and Inequality

PUBLIC LECTURE -
Prof. Martin Ravallion, Georgetown University

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5.
Fighting Inequality for Better Growth

INSPIRE PLENARY - Inequality and Its Context
Chris Tinning, Chief Economist - Development, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia

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6.
Fighting Inequality for Better Growth

INSPIRE PLENARY - Inequality and Its Context
Prof. Mari Elka Pangestu, Board of Trustees at Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta

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7.
Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption and Inequality

INSPIRE I - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption and Inequality
Agus Rahardjo, Chairman of Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Republic of Indonesia

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8.
Pemutusan Lingkaran Setan Korupsi

INSPIRE I - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption and Inequality
Sri Wahyuningsih, Saber Pungli  Task Force, Republic of Indonesia

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9.
Mengakhiri Siklus Buruk Dari Korupsi dan Ketidaksetaraan

INSPIRE I - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption and Inequality
Sutarmidji, S.H, M.Hum, Mayor of Pontianak, West Kalimantan

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10.
4 Innovative Ways to Tackle Corruption

INSPIRE I - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption and Inequality
Zeger Van Der Wal, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore

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11.
Financial Inclusion, Social Inclusion, Social Entrepreneurship Education

INSPIRE II - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
Prof. Johannes Lindner, Teachers College of Krems, Vienna, Austria

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12.
Fighting Inequality for Better Growth

INSPIRE II - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
Tristan Ace, British Council

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13.
The Future Smallholders Farmers: Value Co-Creation as an Intervention to Empower Agricultural Chain Actors

INSPIRE III - The Future of Smallholder Farmers: Feeding the World and Sustainable Income
Dr Tomy Perdana, Senor Lecturer, Padjajaran University, Bandung

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14.
Coffee in Flores: A Business Case for Exporters to Work with Smallholders

INSPIRE III - The Future of Smallholder Farmers: Feeding the World and Sustainable Income
Mohasin Kabir, Head of Porfolio Promoting Rural Income through Supports for Market in Agriculture (PRISMA), Australian-Indonesia Partnership for Rural Development

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15.
From Livable to Progress Cities: Inclusion, Equity, Social Life and Sustainable The Environment in Asia

INSPIRE IV - Livable and Sustainable City for Growth and Social Equity
Prof. Mike Douglass, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore

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16.
Resilient Jakarta, Livable and Sustainable City for Growth and Social Equity

INSPIRE IV - Livable and Sustainable City for Growth and Social Equity
Oswar Muadzin Mungkasa, Deputy Governor of Jakarta Province on Spatial and Environment Affairs 

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17.
Can Urban Development Help Address Inequality?

INSPIRE IV - Livable and Sustainable City for Growth and Social Equity
Dr Wicaksono Sarosa, Chairperson of the Executive Board, Kemitraan-Habitat 

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18.
Towards an Inclusive City: Data, Participation & Planning in Indonesia Cities

INSPIRE IV - Livable and Sustainable City for Growth and Social Equity
Paulista Bunga Surjadi, Kota Kita Foundation

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19.
Accelerating the Newly Implemented National Social Security System in Indonesia: A Diffusion of Innovation Theory Perspective

IMAGINE I - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Winda Yunita, Reckitt Benckiser

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20.
Roles of Operational Control Mechanisms to Support Implementation of The BPJS Health Insurance

IMAGINE I - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Alexander  Anggono, Universitas Trunojoyo, Madura

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21.
Improving JKN Coverage

IMAGINE I - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Clara Siagian, Universitas Indonesia

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22.
Tax Policy Design and Taxprayer's Perception of Fairness, Corruption

IMAGINE III - Affirmative Policy on Fiscal and Investment to Reduce Income Inequality
Mardhiah, University of Canberra, Australia

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23.
The Study of Foreign Direct Investment and Income Inequality in Indonesia

IMAGINE III - Affirmative Policy on Fiscal and Investment to Reduce Income Inequality
Ichsan Zulkarnaen, National Development Planning Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (Bappenas)

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24.
Ethnic Social Norm and Female Labor Force Participation in Indonesia

IMAGINE II - Inequality in Its Context
Ilmiawan Auwalin, Airlangga University

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25.
Towards Indonesian Tension: Does Diversity or Inequality Matter for Conflict?

IMAGINE II - Inequality in Its Context
Dewi Sukma Anggriyani, Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM), University of Indonesia

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26.
Seeing The Unseen: For Whom is The Growth?*

IMAGINE II - Inequality in Its Context
Dr. Mubariq Ahmad, Conservation Strategy Fund

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27.
Social Protection in Indonesia

INNOVATE III - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Prof. Rema Hanna, Scientific Director, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Southeast Asia

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28.
Tax Policies in Reducing Income Gap

INNOVATE II: Affirmative Policy on Fiscal and Investment to Reduce Income Inequality
Yustinus Prastowo, Executive Director of Center for Indonesia Taxation Analysis (CITA)

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29.
Let's Go East

INSPIRE V - Look to the East: The Future of Indonesia
Hermien Kleden, Executive Board TEMPO Media Group

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30.
Go East: Membangun Indonesia Dari Timur

INSPIRE V - Look to the East: The Future of Indonesia
Dr Noldy Tuerah, Eastern Indonesia Researchers Network (JiKTI)

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31.
How Can Malaysia Reduce Inequality through Education?

INSPIRE VI - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Prof. M Niaz Asadullah, University of Malaya, Malaysia

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32.
Kasus Masyarakat Brazil

INSPIRE VI - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Candice Vianna, The Embassy of Brazil

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33.
Equality of Opportunity in Indonesia

INSPIRE VII - Inequality of Opportunities in Indonesia
Dr Arief Anshory Yusuf, Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Development Goals Studies, University of Padjajaran, Bandung

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34.
Multi-Dimensional inequality: What The Individual Deprivation Measure Offers

INSPIRE VII - Inequality of Opportunities in Indonesia
Prof. Sharon Bessell, Director of Research, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australia National University

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35.
Kebijakan Afirmatif sebagai Instrumen untuk Mengoreksi Ketimpangan Gender

INSPIRE VII - Inequality of Opportunities in Indonesia
Anna Margret Lumban Gaol, Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Indonesia

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36.
Multidimensional Inequality: Evidence and Proposal

INSPIRE VII - Inequality of Opportunities in Indonesia
Dr Firman Witoelar, Director of Research, SurveyMETER

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37.
Inclusive Growth: Another Economic View

IMAGINE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adapt to it
Agnes Vera Yanti Sitorus, Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS)

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38.
Inclusive Growth: Pro Poor Growth Analysis and Poverty Decomposition

IMAGINE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adapt to it
Nugraha Pukuh, Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS)

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39.
Two Decades of Structural Transformation and Dynamics of Income Inequality in Indonesia

IMAGINE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adapt to it
Teguh Dartanto, University of Indonesia

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40.
The Contribution of Natural Resources to Economic Welfare in Indonesia

IMAGINE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adapt to it
Palupi Anggraeni, Griffith University, Australia

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41.
Coastal Community Development Project, Experience and Lessons Learned

IMAGINE IV - The Future of Smallholder Farmers: Feeding the World and Sustainable Income
Dr Sapta Putra Ginting, Ministy of Marine Affairs and Fisheries

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42.
FInancing Smallholder Aquaculture: A case study of the AAC and smallholder shrimp farmers in Aceh, Indonesia

IMAGINE IV - The Future of Smallholder Farmers: Feeding the World and Sustainable Income
Sharon Suri, World Fish, Malaysia

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43.
Environmental Conflicts in Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan, Questioning Participatory Planning Process in Indonesia

IMAGINE V - Inequality Traps in Urban Dynamics
Mahdaleny, East Kalimantan Provincial Government

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44.
Scattered Slum Islamnds: Insurgent Citizenship Phenomenon Related to The Provision of Public Services in Wedi Kengser Settlement Yogyakarta

IMAGINE V - Inequality Traps in Urban Dynamics
Febrianto  Wibowo, University of Gadjah Mada

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45.
Planning, Design and Maintenance of Future Infrastructures

IMAGINE V - Inequality Traps in Urban Dynamics
Indrawan Prabaharyaka, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany

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46.
Power/Policy, Mismatch/Pressure: Bandung Case in Fighting Againts Inequalities

IMAGINE V - Inequality Traps in Urban Dynamics
Luthfi Muhammad Iqbal, National Development Planning Agency of the Republic of Indonesia

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47.
Woman and Work in Indonesia

INSPIRE VIII - Panel Discussion on the Drivers and Policies to Address Multidimensional Inequalities
Dr Amanda Robbins, Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG)

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48.
Social Protection in Vietnam (2010-2030)

INSPIRE VIII - Panel Discussion on the Drivers and Policies to Address Multidimensional Inequalities
Dr Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Institute of Labour, Science and Social Affairs, Vietnam

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49.
How Can Malaysia Reduce Inequality through Education? Lessons for Indonesia

INSPIRE VIII - Panel Discussion on the Drivers and Policies to Address Multidimensional Inequalities
Prof. M Niaz Asadullah, University of Malaya, Malaysia

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50.
Exploring The Human Mental Map: Economic Inequality and Corruption

IMAGINE VII - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption & Inequality
Abraham Wirotomo, Executive Office of the President (KSP)

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51.
Connecting the Dots: Using Open Data to Fight Corruption in Indonesia

IMAGINE VII - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption & Inequality
Glenn Maail, Web Foundation

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52.
The Relationship between Sustainable Development and Corruption: An Empirical Study of Indonesia

IMAGINE VII - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption & Inequality
Noor Syaifudin, University of Western Sydney, Australia

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53.
Low-Carbon Economy Region of Eastern Indonesia's Green Growth

IMAGINE VIII - Look to the East: The Future of Indonesia
Angreine Kewo, Denmark Technical University

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54.
Ekonomi Sabana: Sebuah Perspektif Alternatif Untuk Memahami Pembangunan Regional di Nusa Tenggara Timur

IMAGINE VIII - Look to the East: The Future of Indonesia
Rambu Luba Kata Respati, Wira Wacana Christian University Sumba

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55.
Latent Effect of Corruption to Decentralization Choice and Competitiveness Nexus

IMAGINE VII - Ending the Vicious Cycle of Corruption & Inequality
Tengku Munawar Chalil, Osaka University, Japan

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Day 2, Thursday, August 10, 2017

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56.
Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adopt it

INNOVATE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adopt it
Steven Tabor, Economist

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57.
Inclusive Economic Growth in Decentralized Context

INNOVATE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adopt it
Dr Riatu Mariatul Qibthiyyah, Head of Institute of Economy and Social Research/LPEM, University of Indonesia

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58.
The Phillippines' Inclusive Growth Challenge: Sharing Our Story with Indonesia

INNOVATE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adopt it
Adoracion M. Navarro, Undersecretary for Regional Development NEDA

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59.
Macroeconomic Aspects of Inclusive Growth in Indonesia

INNOVATE VI - Inclusive Economic Growth: How Should Indonesia Adopt it
Dr Jesus Felipe, Economic and Research Department, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

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60.
Fighting Inequality for Better Growth

IMAGINE PLENARY -
Dr Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Public Works, Republic of Indonesia

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61.
Indonesian Experiences In Resolving the Inequality of Health

IMAGINE PLENARY -
Prof. Nila Djuwita F. Moeloek, Minister of Health, Republic of Indonesia

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62.
Indonesia Development Forum

IMAGINE PLENARY -
Hadi Prabowo

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63.
Free Data and Open Source GIS Software: New Opportunities for Local Government to Map, Plan and Monitor Natural Resources

IMAGINE IX - Technology and /Inequality: Where Are We and Where We Will Be
Sarah Hobgen, Charles Darwin University, Australia

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64.
Tech for Drought Resilience

IMAGINE IX - Technology and /Inequality: Where Are We and Where We Will Be
Diastika Rahwidiati, PulseLAB Jakarta

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65.
Literasi TIK dengan Model Empowering 8 dalam Pengembangan Website Desa di Kabupaten Tanah Bumbu Kalimantan Selatan

IMAGINE IX - Technology and /Inequality: Where Are We and Where We Will Be
Sumekar Tanjung, Universitas Islam Indonesia

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66.
Breaking Down Inequality Through Local Economic Governance

INNOVATE IV - Inequality and Its Context
Endi Jaweng, Director, Regional Autonomy Watch (KPPOD)

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67.
Inequality & Social Protection

INNOVATE IV - Inequality and Its Context
Alessandra Heinemann, Co-ordinator, OECD Development Center

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68.
Hidden Affluence and Perverse Consequences of Conditionalities - Insights on PKH

INNOVATE III - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Sherria Ayuandini, University of Amsterdam

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69.
Access Inequality of The Poor to Quality Education

INNOVATE III - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Santoso, Article 33

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70.
Cost of the Diet Study in Indonesia

INNOVATE III - Combating Poverty and Inequality through the Provision of Basic Services
Diandra Pratami, World Food Programme

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71.
Social Finance and Social Enterprises: A New Frontier for Development in Indonesia

IMAGINE X - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
David Soukhasing, Angel Investment Network Indonesia (ANGIN) United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

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72.
Credit Union: The Social Cooperative Model for Financial Inclusion in Indonesia

IMAGINE X - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
Aluisius Hery Pratono, Surabaya University

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73.
Is Fishery Sector in Indonesia Financially Inclusive?

IMAGINE X - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
Nika Pranata, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)

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74.
Strategi Percepatan Tingkat Literasi Keuangan Sebagai Sebuah Perangkat Kebijakan Publik dalam Mewujudkan Industri Keuangan yang Inklusif

IMAGINE X - The Impact of Financial Inclusion and Social Entrepreneurship on Income Inequality
Ubaidillah Nugraha, University of Indonesia

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75.
Social Insurance

INNOVATE V - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Prof. Rema Hanna, Scientific Director, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Southeast Asia

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76.
Social Protection in Vietnam (2010-2030)

INNOVATE V - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Dr Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Institute of Labour, Science and Social Affairs, Vietnam

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77.
Memerangi Ketimpangan untuk Pertumbuhan Indonesia yang Lebih Baik

INNOVATE PLENARY - The Way Forward: How to develop a more equal Indonesia
Sugiyanto Sabran, Governor of Central Kalimantan

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78.
Social Security: Ways to Improve

INNOVATE V - Social Security: Ways to Improve
Phillip O’Keefe, Regional Lead Economist for Social Protection and Labour Global Practice, World Bank

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Ideas and Innovation Marketplace

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79.
Co-Designing Local Solutions for A Stronger Education Sector in Indonesia

Cici Wanita, Teaching and Learning Officer, INOVASI Program
MINI STAGE A

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80.
Arus Balik Demokrasi dan Ekonomi Lokal

Sunaji Zamroni, Direktur Institute for Research and Empowerment (IRE) Yogyakarta
MINI STAGE A

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81.
Keperantaraan Ekonomi Untuk Pengurangan Kemiskinan dan Ketimpangan

Acep Muslim, Peneliti AKATIGA Bandung
MINI STAGE A

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82.
Nyambu Ecotourism

I Wayan Gede Eka Sudiartha, Direktur Desa Wisata Ekologis (DWE) Nyambu
MINI STAGE A

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83.
Bali Export Development Organization: Together we can make a difference

Jeff Kristianto, BEDO
MINI STAGE A

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84.
Keterbukaan Data Anggaran

Betta Anugrah Setiani, Peneliti Seknas FITRA Jakarta
MINI STAGE B

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85.
Konservasi Air berbasis Marga dalam Tata Ruang Desa

Torry Kuswardono, Direktur Yayasan PIKUL NTT
MINI STAGE B

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86.
Menuju Jakarta Tangguh Bencana: Pembelajaran dari Kelurahan Jatinegara dan Rawa Buaya

Yohana Ratrin Hestyanti, UNIKA Atma Jaya
MINI STAGE B

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87.
Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB)

Susli Lie, Head of Investments YCAB Ventures
MINI STAGE C

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88.
Latrine Access in Indonesia: A Story from Dodaek Village

Helga J. N. Ndun, Universitas Nusa Cendana
MINI STAGE C

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89.
Addressing Inequality In Local Government

Iqbal Damanik, Peneliti Artikel 33 Jakarta
MINI STAGE C

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90.
Development Integrated Service and Refferal System in the Fulfillment of Basic Needs for The Poor

MINI STAGE C

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91.
Revolusi Data - Penguatan Data untuk Monitoring SDGs Berbasis Masyarakat

Siti Fatimah, Peneliti BIGS Bandung
MINI STAGE C 

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92.
Solusi Mewujudkan Pembangunan Inklusif Disabilitas

Hastuti, Peneliti SEMERU Jakarta
MINI STAGE D

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93.
Survey oleh Warga: Perencanaan Partisipatif untuk Mengatasi Ketimpangan

Fariz Panghegar, Peneliti Cakra Wikara Indonesia (CWI) Jakarta
MINI STAGE D

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94.
Dinamika Politik Lokal dan Ketimpangan

Noory Okthariza, Peneliti Center For Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta
MINI STAGE D

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95.
Mewujudkan kemandirian bagi penyandang disabilitas

Latra, PUSPADI Bali
MINI STAGE D

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96.
Bergerak Bersama Pelanusa Untuk Kehidupan Yang Lebih Baik

Endahing Noor Suryanti, CEO Yayasan Pelangi Nusantara (Pelanusa)
MINI STAGE D

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97.
Mengajari tentang dasar-dasar menabung agar penghasilan lebih tahan lama

Gary Seah, Mentor Foundation
MINI STAGE D

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98.
Social Enterprises

Teresa Birks, Director Education and Society British Council Indonesia
MINI STAGE E

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99.
Microlending Re-Imagined

Aria Widyanto, Vice President Amartha Fintek
MINI STAGE E

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100.
Inclusive Sustainable Economic Development

Lisa Peterskovsky, GIZ-ISED Program
MINI STAGE E

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101.
Pembaharuan Agrarian

Ihsan Maulana, Peneliti Sajogyo Institute Bogor
MINI STAGE E

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102.
Baraka Nusantara

Siti Maryam Rodja, Founder Baraka Nusantara
MINI STAGE E

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103.
Participatory Parliament Recess

Andy Nurhanjayani, DPRD Parepare, MAMPU Program
MINI STAGE E

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104.
Boosting Nation’s Productivity Through Sanitation Development

Aldi Mardikanto, BAPPENAS
MINI STAGE E

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105.
Inclusive Cities

Nurul Saadah, Director of Sentra Advokasi, Perempuan, Difabel dan Anak, AIPJ2 Program
MINI STAGE E

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106.
Sekolah Kampung Sentra Industri Rumah Tangga JAGORAWI (Jamu Gendong Ramuan Jawa Asli) Sebagai Penggerak Women Entrepreneur Di Desa Wonorejo, Karanganyar, Berbasis Kearifan Lokal

Rais Nur Latifah, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)
MINI STAGE E

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107.
Better Understanding TransJakarta Passengers’ Travel Behaviours Using Data Analysis

Yulistina Riyadi, Research Associate Pulse Lab Jakarta
MINI STAGE F

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108.
Mutualisme Teknologi dan Difabel Netra: Audiobook Massal

Veronica Christamia Juniarmi, BRAILLE’IANT Indonesia
MINI STAGE F

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109.
Sains 45: Agenda Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia Menyongsong Satu Abad Kemerdekaan

Teguh Dartanto, KSI-ALMI
MINI STAGE F

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110.
New Era of Social Entrepreneurship in Healthcare

Gamal Albinsaid, CEO Indonesia Medika
MINI STAGE F

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111.
Sub-National Poverty Assessment (SNAPA)

Bambang Suharmoko Sjahrir, The Poverty & Equity Team of the World Bank
MINI STAGE F

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112.
Neighborhood Upgrading and Shelter Project

Siti Hasanah, Senior Project Officer for Urban Development, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
MINI STAGE F

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113.
Code Margonda: Depok Can Be The Center For Tech Developers In Indonesia, Making Impact On A Global Level

Didi Diarsa, Co-Founder Code Margonda
MINI STAGE F

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114.
Inequality in Asia and the Pacific

Ermina Sokou, Social Affairs Officer, United Nation ESCAP (UNESCAP)
MINI STAGE F

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115.
Strengthening Agricultural Finance In Rural Areas

Lynley Mannell, Team Leader SAFIRA Program
MINI STAGE F

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116.
Praktik Cerdas Untuk Indonesia

Yusran Laitupa, Direktur BaKTI Makassar
MINI STAGE F

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