Hybrid Seminar on “Indonesia’s Role in Global Climate Action”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Masyita Crystallin shares her insights on how Indonesia plans to balance its economic and welfare priorities while strengthening its leadership in global climate governance.



Webinar on “Analysing the 2024 Indonesian Elections Results and Post-Election Coalition Dynamics “


In this webinar, Dr Burhanuddin Muhtadi discussed factors that contributed to the overwhelming win for Prabowo Subianto-Gibran Rakabuming Raka in the 2024 presidential-vice presidential elections. He also elaborated on the potential role of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) in Prabowo’s administration and highlighted the implications of this election results on Indonesia’s political future.



Seminar on “Indonesia’s 2024 Elections: Java and Beyond”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Deasy Simandjuntak, Mr Made Supriatma, and Dr Ian Wilson shared their analyses of the campaigning and unofficial results of Indonesia’s 14 February 2024 presidential and legislative elections. The three fellows presented key findings from their fieldwork in different provinces, namely North Sumatra, East and Central Java, and DKI Jakarta.



Seminar on “Understanding Indonesia’s 2024 Presidential Election: Watershed Moment or Anti-Climax?”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Maxwell Lane discussed how personal rivalry politics had facilitated dynasty building, leading to national politics becoming a theatre of rhetorical polarization among the political elites. Dr A’an Suryana, on the other hand, discussed the role of Islamists in the 2024 presidential elections, demonstrating how it had weakened over the years due to state repression and shifts in the political alliances among the elites.



Seminar on “Indonesia’s 2024 Elections: What the Past Elections Can Tell Us about Indonesia’s Future Trajectory”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Philips Vermonte shared details about the development of the Indonesian election. He presented a conceptual framework to understand voting behaviour in Indonesia and laid out some projections for the 2024 elections.



Seminar on “Coalitions, Kingmakers, and Electoral Platforms: Assessing Issues in Indonesia’s 2024 Elections”


In this hybrid seminar, Ms Yenny Wahid shared details about Indonesia’s upcoming 2024 election. Ms Wahid shed light on the importance of this election. She identified the decisive voter groups, common agenda, and critical issues that would dominate the public discourse ahead of the elections.



Webinar on “The State of Human Capital in Indonesia Post Covid-19”


In this webinar, Dr Achim Daniel Schmillen explained how human capital has become one of the critical factors for countries’ development, including Indonesia. The Indonesian government has made some progress in advancing the human capital, but with disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government will need to further improve on the existing policies to recover from the losses caused by the pandemic.



Conference on “Social Faultlines in Indonesia: Persistence and Change in an Evolving Landscape”


This 2-day joint conference by ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and Indonesia’s National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), aims to provide a platform for academic dialogue on multifaceted issues related to demographic diversity in Indonesia today. 



Webinar on “How Artificial Intelligence will influence Indonesia’s 2024 Elections”


In this webinar, Ms Khoirunnisa Nur Agustyati and Dr Ismail Fahmi explored the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to generate content and strategies in electoral campaigns and the possible solutions to address the spread of disinformation on social media channels.



Hybrid Seminar on “Indonesia’s Economic Policy and Challenges from Jokowi to a New Government”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Amalia Adininggar Widyasanti shared details about Indonesia’s new long-term development plan and elaborated on the country’s goals by 2045. Dr Agustinus Prasetyantoko evaluated the strategies put in place in the long-term development plan and discussed the potential challenges faced in the current policy planning for the new government.