Tentative Schedule (2016)

08:00 – 08:30 Registration
08:30 – 08:35 Welcoming speech by Head of Committee – Elisabeth Dewi, Ph.D
08:35 – 08:40 Welcoming speech by the Dean – Dr. Pius S. Prasetyo
08:40 – 08:45 Opening speech by the Rector – Mangadar Situmorang, Ph.D
08:45 – 09:05 Keynote:

Lieutenant General (Ret) Agus Widjojo – Governor of the National Resilience [Lemhannas]

Indonesia’ Security Policy: Responding to the Rise of Human Security Issue

09:05 – 09:25 Keynote:

Luc Haas – ICRC Head of Regional Delegation for Indonesia and Timor Leste

Humanitarian Law and Human Security: The Role of ICRC

09:25 – 09:45 Keynote:

Mark Getchel – Chief of Mission IOM Indonesia

IOM Roles in Promoting Humanitarian Assistance on Migration Issues

09:45 – 10:00 Q & A session 1
10:00 – 10:15 Morning coffee
10:15 – 10:35 Keynote:

Professor Bob Sugeng Hadiwinata – International Relations Department Parahyangan Catholic University

Human Security: an Asia Perspective

10:35 – 10:55 Keynote:

Professor Brendan Howe – International Studies Ewha Womans University, South Korea and Director of Human Security Program at the Asian Political and International Studies Association

Reflecting on and Identifying the Past, Current and Future Research Agenda of the Study of Human Security in Asia

10:55 – 11:15 Keynote:

Professor Alan Collins – Department of Political and Cultural Studies Swansea University, UK

Human Security: A Future Direction

11:15 – 11:30 Q & A session 2
11:30 – 11:45 Photo session & handing of tokens of appreciation
11: 45 – 12:45 Lunch
12:45 – 14:05 Panel session 1

National Initiatives (A1)

  1. Yessi Olivia (Flinders University) – The Civil-Military Relationship and the Case of Ratification of the Rome Statute in Indonesia
  2. Arfin Sudirman (Universitas Padjajaran) – Civil Military Relations in Indonesia: The Role of Indonesian Armed Forces in Promoting Human Security in Indonesia
  3. Kenichi Nishimura (Osaka University) & Jun Kobayashi (Seikei University) – Mayor’s Factors for Good Local Govenance: Attributes, Political Orientations, Political Networks and Behavior of Mayors in the Philippines
  4. Adrianus Harsawaskita (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – Deconstructing Community Security: The Forgotten Maritime Culture and Culture Insecurity in Indonesia

Regional & Global Initiatives (B1)

  1. Yusnarida Eka Nizmi (Universitas Riau) – Globalization and Human Trafficking as a Population Dynamics (Growth Triangle Context in Tanjung Pinang and the Solving Problem Commitment)
  2. Hendra Manurung (President University) – U.S Engagement in Asia: Approaching China through Cooperation & Mutual Interests Post Obama Leadership
  3. Made Fitri Maya Padmi (Universitas 17 Agustus 1945) – Governing Human (In)Security: An Attempt to Secure Life
  4. Charanpal Bal (Bina Nusantara University) & Kelly Gerard (University of Western Australia) – ASEAN’s Governance of Migrant Worker Rights
  5. Andi Meganingratna (Universitas Fajar) – Development of Capacity Building Againtst Illegal Imigran to Minimize Potential Conflict of Human Security in Makassar

Regional & Global Initiatives (B2)

  1. Idil Syawfi (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – The Adoption of Human Security Agenda in National Security Policy: Key Southeast Asian Countries
  2. Carla Michaela B. Taguinod & Mariel Uy (University of Santo Thomas) – Nuclear Arsenals: Building Security, Threatening Peace
  3. Rosita Dellios & James Ferguson (Bond University) – The Human Security Dimension in China’s Belt and Road Initiative
  4. Guido Benny (National University of Malaysia) – Human (In)Security from the Establishment of ASEAN Community: Reflection from Public Opinion in Four ASEAN Countries

Non – traditional Security Issues (C1)        

  1. Fitriani (Cranfield University) – Philosophical Discourse of Women in Combat Roles: Human Rights vis-à-vis Human Securiy
  2. Sylvia Yazid & Agatha Lidya (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – Women Refugees: An Imbalance of Protecting and Being Protected
  3. Mutiara Andalas (Universitas Sanata Dharma) – Aksi Kamisan: Lamenting Women, State Violance and Human Security
  4. Anif Fatma Chawa (Universitas Brawijaya) – Adopting Local Values in Empowering Community
14:05 – 14:20 Coffee break
14: 20 – 15:40 Panel session 2

National Initiatives (A2)

  1. VL Sinta Herindrasti (Universitas Kristen Indonesia) – Indonesia Intiative in Combating and Preventing Drugs Abuse: From “Criminalization” to “Decriminalization” Policy
  2. Rolando Talampas (University of Philippines Dilman) – Philippine Road Safety: Human Error or Human Security?
  3. Diandra Dewi (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – Denmark’s Jewellery Bill: (Un)Fair Deal?
  4. Matthias Heise, Kathrin Rucktäschel, Christoph Schuck (TU Dormunt University) – Pacifying militant Islamists? Experiences from Indonesia’s Counter-Terrorism Approaches

Regional & Global Initiatives (B3)

  1. Suror Shaba & Guido Benny (National University of Malaysia) – ISIS and It’s Threats to Human Security in Iraq
  2. Sukawarsini Djelantik (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – The Islamic State Terrorist Group and Human Security Issues: a Case to Indonesia
  3. Suror Shaba & Guido Benny (National University of Malaysia) – ISIS in Iraq: Impact on National, Region and Global Peace and Security
  4. Minjoung Park (Ewha Womans University) – The Evolution of the ‘ASEAN Way’: Embracing Human Security Perspectives

Non-traditional Security Issues (C2)

  1. Bintarsih Sekarningrum & Desi Yunita (Universitas Padjajaran)- Potencies and Problems of Waste Management at the Upstream Cikapundung
  2. Bintarsih Sekarningrum & Desi Yunita (Universitas Padjajaran) – Potencies and Problems of Waste Management at the Downstream Cikapundung
  3. Andrea Prisca (International University Liaison Indonesia) & Giandi Kartasasmita (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan) – REDD+ and Job Insecurity in Ulu Massen Aceh
  4. Verdinand Robertua (Universitas Kristen Indonesia) – The Rivalry of RSPO and ISPO in Palm Oil Certification: English School Perspective
15: 40 Closing & certificate distribution