Conference Indonesia Now 2019
DutchCulture and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs organise the third edition of the conference Indonesia Now on Tuesday 12 November 2019.
Indonesia Now 2019
This sequel to previous successful Indonesia Now events in 2015 and 2017 will focus on future-oriented cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands. In so doing, the event will go beyond describing the close ties and existing examples of cooperation between the Netherlands and Indonesia. At Indonesia Now 2019, academics, civil society actors, policy makers, companies and artists will look into the future to explore possible avenues for cooperation between the countries in the years to come.
The conference will consist of a full-day programme. The morning and afternoon programme will both be kicked off by a plenary session. There will be three rounds of in total 15 different break-out sessions on cultural, political, economic, social and educational topics. Please note the programme may be subject to change.
You can already register here for this event and secure a seat for Indonesia Now 2019. Please be advised that there is limited seating available. Within the registration link below, you can find an overview of the sessions on offer and you can sign up for three breakout sessions of choice. A detailed programme, including speakers, will be announced closer to date. You can also already book your lunch, provided by Café De Brakke Grond, here.
Date: Tuesday 12 November 2019
Time: 09:00 to 17:00, followed by a networking opportunity
Location: Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, Nes 45, 1012 KD Amsterdam
Entrance: free, but registration is required
The ‘Indonesia Now: Jakarta edition’ project
This event is the finale of the ‘Indonesia Now: Jakarta edition’ programme. This project, organised by DutchCulture and its International Cultural Policy partners, brings together young cultural talents in Indonesia and the Netherlands in several co-creation projects this autumn. During Indonesia Now 2019, the projects will be brought together and several of those involved, both Indonesian and Dutch partners, will share their experiences.
Keep an eye on our DutchCulture website and social media channels for updates.
More information can be found on the website.
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