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Indonesia: Letter to Minister of Education and Culture
Indonesia is home to many diverse and multilayered urban heritage places, a reflection of the vibrant multiculturalism of the Nation. There are many opportunities for urban heritage conservation in Indonesia that can bring sustainable benefits to many different people. However, urban heritage in Indonesia, like many places in Asia and the wider world, faces a significant risk of rapid change through uncontrolled development, abandoned and poorly conserved buildings, and a lack of understanding and awareness about potential adaptive re-use. To address these challenges, the Ministry of Education and Culture and UNESCO brought together over 30 participants from heritage cities from all over Indonesia, to undertake in-depth training. The training, delivered over three days, included a mix of workshop style interactive lectures, where participants learnt techniques and principles for the best practice adaptive re-use of heritage buildings.
Want to join Darmasiswa? I belong to people who refuse to surrender to any form of globalization that resulted in the domination of one culture to many others. Globalization, in my perspective, should in fact enrich the world culturally. It should open the possibility for cultural exchange that promote friendship, commonality, and humanity. As humans are gifted with the ability to create, understand and use language, I believe that we can use language to access cultural exchange and cope with globalization. However, in this program was extended further to other countries.
Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Education and Culture Coordinating Minister for. Political, Legal, and Minister for. Human Development and Cultural Affairs.
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WCF is an initiative proposed by the former Indonesian President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, back in as a flagship, international-scale event that focuses on culture and its integration in the development agenda. To this date, two World Culture Forum events have been organized by the Government of Indonesia, the first one being held in and the second one in , which produced output documents of the "Bali Promise" and the "Bali Declaration" respectively. While the Bali Promise served as an international call for measurable and effective role and integration of culture in development at all levels with a view to harnessing diversity, promoting peace, and contributing to development, the Bali Declaration attempted to reaffirm the important role of culture in ensuring inclusive and sustainable development. The third World Culture Forum will be centered around the theme of "Culture to Realize the Future We Want" and is scheduled to take place by the end of this year. To continue the previous key outcomes, the third WCF will focus on developing an Action Plan at the grassroots level, containing targeted outputs. Therefore, unlike the previous WCF events which focused on upstream level issues notably targeting policy-makers , the version plans to focus more on finding practical solutions and sharing best practices from other countries. Thus, the approach of the event will be more on people-to-people, particularly for the cultural practitioners and youth at the grass-root level.
Dear Minister Sudarsono: On behalf of the Human Rights Watch Academic Freedom Committee, we are writing this open letter to urge you to make protection of academic freedom your highest priority in your new position as Minister of Education. The success of the campus-based protest movement in forcing the resignation of President Soeharto and in opening the door to more comprehensive political reform provides an historic opportunity for Indonesia to build a more open and democratic society. We are encouraged by the government's recent embrace of reform initiatives. We believe, however, that on campus as well as elsewhere in society, the push for greater openness can achieve lasting results only if the rights to free expression, association and assembly, so forcefully claimed by students, faculty and alumni in recent months, are given full legal and institutional protection. Students and faculty emerged at the forefront of the reform movement in large measure because they publicly spoke their minds, courageously and consistently ignoring a variety of repressive laws, regulations, decrees, and abusive practices that have long limited political and intellectual freedom on Indonesia's campuses.
The Ministry of Education and Culture Kemdikbud ; Indonesian : Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan is a government ministry which organises early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education and community education affairs and the management of culture within the Indonesian government. The ministry formerly organised higher education affairs until the presidency of Joko Widodo , when higher education affairs were transferred to the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education. The ministry was first named the Ministry of Teaching Indonesian: Kementerian Pengajaran , and the first person who held the position of minister was Ki Hadjar Dewantara. The Ministry of Education and Culture Kemdikbud; Indonesian: Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan is a government ministry which organises early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education and community education affairs and the management of culture within the Indonesian government. The ministry formerly organised higher education affairs until the presidency of Joko Widodo, when higher education affairs were transferred to the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education. An education ministry is a national or subnational government agency politically responsible for education.