July 14-15, 2010
08.00 - 09.00 : Registration
09.00 - 9:45 : OPENING CEREMONY
|-Welcome Speech by Yuwanto,
Diponegoro University Coordinator
-Presentation of Pancasila's
Contemporary Appeal: Re-legitimzing Indonesia's Founding
Ethos, publication #2 of the Yale Indonesia
Forum International Conference Book Series, to Diponegoro
University by Frank Dhont, YIF Coordinator
-Conference Opening by Warsito, Dean of the
Faculty of social and Political Sciences, Diponegoro
9.45 - 10.00 : Coffee break
10.00-12.00: Panel 1: FACILITATING STATE-CITIZEN DIALOGUE
Moderator: Sudharto P. Hadi, Diponegoro University
Yuwanto, Diponegoro University
"Civil Society's Role in Securing Effective and Sustainable
Reform: A Lesson from Semarang Municipal"
Takuya Hasegawa, Tsukuba University
"Regional Anti-Corruption Campaigns in West Sumatra
after the Euphoria of Democracy"
Pius Sugeng Prasetyo, Parahyangan Catholic University
"Revitalisation of Civil Society Organizations' Role
in Enforcing Pluralism in Indonesia"
Konstantinos Retsikas, University of London
"Doing Justice Everyday: Processes of Inter-Ethnic
Communication in East Java"
12.00 - 13.00 : Lunch break
13.00 - 14.30 : Panel 2-Panel
Panel 2: ACCESS TO MEDIA AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Moderator: Frank Dhont, Yale University
Yohanes Widodo, Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University
"Media Pluralism and the Contribution of Citizen
Journalism in Indonesia"
Laurens G.H. Bakker, Radboud University Nijmegen
"In and Out of the Newspapers: The Regional Press
as a Political Tool in Post-Suharto Indonesia"
Thomas J. Conners, Max Planck Institute
"Bahasa Indonesia: National Language Par Excellence"
Panel 3: NAVIGATING RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCES IN INDONESIAN
Moderator: Priyatno Harsasto, Diponegoro University
Al Makin, State Islamic University Sunan Kalijaga
"Religious orthodoxy versus pluralism: The Indonesian
public debate over the case of Lia Aminuddin, the founder
of Salamaullah religious cult"
Sung-Min Kim, Satya Wacana Christian University
"The Plurality of Religious Pluralism in Indonesia:
Diverse perceptions, approaches and goals for making religiously
Bernard Adeney-Risakotta, Gadjah Mada University
"Power and Negotiation between Religious Communities:
Liberalism, Pancasila and Multiculturalism as Models for
Democracy in Indonesia
14.30 - 15.00 : Coffee break
15.00 - 17.00 : Panel 4 - Panel
Panel 4: INDONESIAN CIVIL SOCIETY AND DEMOCRATIC KNOWLEDGE
Moderator: Teguh Yuwono, Diponegoro University
Hurriyah, University of Indonesia
"Civil Society and Democratic Consolidation in Indonesia:
Problems and Challenges"
Budi Setiyono, Curtin University of Technology
"Holding the Rulers to Account: Multifaceted CSOs'
Anti-corruption Movement in Indonesia"
Ikhsan Darmawan, University of Indonesia
"The Role of NGOs, Electoral Commission (KPU), and
Ministry of Home Affairs in Crafting Comprehensive Voter's
Rights in Fixed Voter Lists (Daftar Pemilih Tetap) in
Indonesia's National and Local Elections"
Panel 5: TRUST AND TRUTH IN INDONESIA
Moderator: Kevin W. Fogg, Yale University
Jiwon Suh, Ohio State University
"The Suharto Case: A Preliminary Analysis of the
Attempt to Charge the Dictator for Human Rights Violations"
H. Purwanta, Sanata Dharma University
"The victim's history controversy"
Theofransus Litaay, Charles Darwin University -
Satya Wacana Christian University
"Developing Public Trust in Policymaking at a Transitional
Society: A Papua case study"
Shiskha Prabawaningtyas, Paramadina University
"Security Sector Reform in Indonesia: Key's Problem
to Provide Human Security"
08.00 - 09.30 : Registration
09.30 - 11.30 : Panel 6 - Panel 7
Panel 6 : PEOPLE IN THE MARGING OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY
Moderator: Tri Cahya Utama, Diponegoro University
Eiichi Hayashi, Keio University
"Japanese Diasporas in Indonesia: The marginal man
on the border of law"
Frank Dhont, Yale University and Eka Hindrati,
Solidarity for Indonesian comfort women-Networking
"Labor and Comfort: The forgotten Indonesians?"
Naning Margasari, Yogyakarta State University
"Street Children and their Education Right"
Mimi M. Lusli, Mimi Institute
"Including Persons with Disabilities in the Democratization
Process of Indonesia"
Panel 7: DEVELOPMENT AND RIGHTS TO RESOURCES
Moderator: Silverio R.L. Aji Sampurno, Sanata
Jimena Martinez, The College of Mexico
"Rural social movements and the contest for social
justice in Indonesia"
Sri Widiyastuti, Tanjungpura University and Afra
Roki, Tanjungpura University
"Portrait of Social Justice in Government Responsibility
to Safety Implementation of Crossing Transportation in
Johan Weintre, Flinders University
"Social Capital, Natural Resources and Governance
in West Kalimantan"
Mohamad Shohibuddin, Bogor Agricultural University
"Negotiating Spaces of Critical Collaboration: Peasant
Movements, Agrarian Differentiation and the State in Decentralization
11.30 - 12.30 : Lunch break
12.30 - 14.00 : Panel 8 - Panel
Panel 8: ISLAMIC VALUES INTERACTING WITH INDONESIAN
Moderator: Dyah Pitaloko, Diponegoro University
Kevin W. Fogg, Yale University
"Rule of God opposing Rule of Law in Indonesia"
Alimatul Qibtiyah, Griffith University
"Islamic Feminists in Indonesian Universities: A
Case study of the Centres for Women's Studies/Centres
for Gender' Studies"
Kusmana, Erasmus University
"Local Discourse and Practice of Woman Leadership:
Contemporary Interpretation of Kodrat Perempuan in Public
Panel 9: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Moderator: Hartuti Purnaweni, Diponegoro University
Jamin Ginting, Pelita Harapan University
"Harmonization of Indonesia's Legal Institutions
for Asset Recovery"
Syafwan Rozi, Bukittinggi State College of Islamic
"Democracy and Pluralism: Building a Democracy within
Plurality of Identity Religion and Ethnicity in Indonesia"
Lili Yulyadi Arnaim, University of Malaya
"Democracy in Indonesia: Is it consolidated democracy
or transitional one?"
14.00 - 14.30: coffee break
14.30 - 16.00: Panel 10 REGIONALISM
AND DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS
Moderator: Yuwanto, Diponegoro University
Adam Dean Tyson, University of North Malaysia
"Dilemmas of Special Rights, Social Justice and Plural
Democracy in Indonesia"
Victor Sumsky, Institute of World Economy and International
"New Order's Twilight as Prologue to Democracy"
Joko Purnomo, Brawijaya University
"Decentralization in Indonesia: Strengthening or
16:00-17:00: CLOSING CEREMONY
|-Closing Remarks by Frank
Dhont, Yale University
-Conference Closing and Presentation of Souvenir to
Yale University by Sri Widowati Heriningsih,
Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Social and POlitical Sciences,