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Indonesia-Korea

Special Strategic Partnership

Young Professionals Lab 2024

Thursday-Saturday, 4-6 July 2024 

Jakarta

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Welcoming Remarks

Thank you for visiting the website of the Indonesia-Korea Special Strategic Partnership Young Professionals Lab.

I am pleased that Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) – which is the largest foreign policy organization in Indonesia – continues to collaborate with the Korea Foundation (KF) – the institution mandated to conduct Republic of Korea’s public diplomacy – to organize Indonesia-Korea Special Strategic Partnership Young Professionals Lab. This program is aimed to gather fresh ideas and perspectives from Indonesia’s young professionals from various field and serves as platform to engage Indonesia’s and Republic of Korea’s policymakers.

In my experience, policies can only be successful when suggestions from multiple-stakeholders are carefully considered throughout the ideation process to the implementation. I believe it is imperative for the policymakers to consider the view of Indonesia's young professionals to advance Indonesia and Republic of Korea relations. I trust this program would fill in both countries bilateral relations as well as upgrade the Indonesia-Korea relations to the level we hope it to be.

I look forward to seeing you at Indonesia-Korea Special Strategic Partnership Young Professionals Lab on June, 2024.

Salam,

Dr. Dino Patti Djalal,
Founder and Chairman of FPCI

Program Overview
Welcome

Program Overview

The Indonesia-Korea Special Strategic Partnership (SSP) Young Professionals Lab is a comprehensive program that provides a unique platform for aspiring Indonesian professionals to deepen their understanding of the Indonesia and Republic of Korea Special Strategic Partnership. This program caters specifically to the emerging community of young academics, researchers, entrepreneurs, experts, and policymakers in Indonesia. The program aims to facilitate discussions and explore relevant recommendations to bolster bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and the Republic of Korea. The selected young professionals will have the opportunity to engage with policymakers and practitioners, analyze pertinent issues, and generate policy inputs to advance bilateral affairs. This year’s program will be conducted over three days of in-person labs featuring interactive panel discussions with high-level officials and influential experts, culminating in the creation of policy briefs as the outcome.

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Program Timeline

Program Timeline

29 April – 22 May 2024

Submission Period

30 May - 2 June 2024

Document Review

4 - 7 June 2024

Interview with Shortlisted Candidates

14 June 2024

Announcement for Selected Young Professionals

4 - 6 July 2024

Indonesia-Korea Special Strategic Partnership Young Professional In-Person Lab

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Contact Us

For more information about the program, partnership opportunities, and media inquiries please contact: sekretariat@fpcindonesia.org

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