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II Tribuna España-Indonesia

II Tribuna España-Indonesia

II Tribuna España-Indonesia2022-05-17T09:49:55+02:00
18/05/2022 | Actividades > Diplomacia pública
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Consulta la nueva oferta formativa aquí: www.casaasia.es/formacion

El próximo 18 de mayo se celebrará la segunda edición de la Tribuna España-Indonesia, que se celebrará en formato online, de 9.30 a 11.05 h Madrid / 14.30-16.05 Jakarta. Este foro, al igual que el año pasado, está organizado por Casa Asia y el Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) de Indonesia, y cuenta con el apoyo de los Ministerios de Asuntos Exteriores de ambos países, y la colaboración de sus respectivas Embajadas en Yakarta y en Madrid. 

La Tribuna España-Indonesia constituye una plataforma de diálogo y cooperación cuyo objetivo principal es potenciar las relaciones entre los dos países, además de explorar oportunidades de colaboración y de impulsar vínculos entre las respectivas sociedades civiles. 

Esta segunda edición consta de una sesión de apertura y otra de clausura, y de dos sesiones de trabajo. En la primera de ellas se abordará la innovación digital como herramienta para superar la pandemia del COVID 19, mientras que en la segunda sesión se contrastarán las visiones desde ambos países con respecto a la región del Indo-pacífico.

Casa Asia organiza estos foros con países asiáticos (actualmente, con la República de Corea, Filipinas e Indonesia) con el propósito de propiciar reuniones anuales entre las delegaciones de ambos países en torno a temáticas de interés común. 

Idioma del acto: Inglés

Programa

9:30-9:40 Madrid (UTC+1)

14:30-14:40 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Dr. Yose Rizal Damuri  
Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Indonesia 

Javier Parrondo
Director General of Casa Asia

9:40-9:55 Madrid (UTC+1)

14:40-14:55 Jakarta (GMT+7)

H.E. Ngurah Swajaya
Director General for American and European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia 

H.E. Javier Salido
Director General for North America, Eastern Europe, Asia and Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain

 9:55-10:25 Madrid (UTC+1)

14:55-15:25 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Digital Innovation to Overcome COVID-19 Pandemic 

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted economies across the world, including Indonesia and Spain. The two countries have similar economic concerns and would benefit from sharing the lesson learned of how to rebuild their economy and society better two years in the pandemic. Support to build back better can benefit greatly the two countries’ tourism and manufacture industry sectors, as well as the micro, small and medium enterprises to regain footing. Digital economy and innovation policy have been seen as solutions to revive and recover some of the most crucial economic sectors. This session shares innovation taken by Indonesia and Spain to address the challenges brought by the pandemic, as well as exploring the possible joint-innovation going forward. 

Marta Nuevo Falguera
Political Analyst

Dandy Rafitrandy
Researcher, Department of Economics, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia

Raquel Jorge
Researcher, Real Instituto Elcano (Think Tank)

Widya Listyowulan
Vice President Public Policy and Government Relations, Traveloka, Indonesia

Discussion  

Moderator:

Rafael Bueno
Director of Politics, Society and Educational Programmes, Casa Asia 

10:25-10:55 Madrid (UTC+1)

15:25-15:55 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Indonesian and Spanish perspectives on the Indo-Pacific 

The new concept of Indo-pacific answers to the realization that the Indian and Pacific Oceans are deeply interlinked and face similar challenges. Until now, the term has been adopted by a number of countries worldwide, as could be seen by the various Indo-Pacific strategies published. Most of these Indo-Pacific strategies stress on the need for interconnectivity between the continents of the world. This session shares Indonesian and Spanish perspective on their version of the Indo-Pacific, highlighting possible cooperation and collaboration.

Emilio de Miguel
Ambassador on Special Mission for the Indo-Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, and Director of Casa Asia Centre-Madrid

Faizal Chery Sidharta
Directorate General for ASEAN Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia

Javier Gil
Professor of International Relations, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Dr Shafiah F. Muhibat
Deputy Executive Director for Research, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia 

Discussion  

Moderator:

Dr. Lina Alexandra
Executive Director, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Indonesia 

10:55 – 11:05 Madrid (UTC+1)

15:55 – 16:05 Jakarta (UTC+7)

H.E. Francisco de Asis Aguilera Aranda
Ambassador of Spain to Indonesia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain 

Widya Sadnovic
Director for European Affairs I, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia 

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Casa Asia y el Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) de Indonesia, con el apoyo de los Ministerios de Asuntos Exteriores de España e Indonesia, y la colaboración de sus respectivas Embajadas en Yakarta y en Madrid.

II Tribuna España-Indonesia2022-05-05T16:51:06+02:00
18/05/2022 | Actividades > Diplomàcia pública
Actividad cerrada
Consulta la nueva oferta formativa aquí: www.casaasia.es/formacion

El próximo 18 de mayo se celebrará la segunda edición de la Tribuna España-Indonesia, que se celebrará en formato online, de 9.30 a 11.00 h española. Este foro, al igual que el año pasado, está organizado por Casa Asia y el Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) de Indonesia, y cuenta con el apoyo de los Ministerios de Asuntos Exteriores de ambos países, y la colaboración de sus respectivas Embajadas en Yakarta y en Madrid. 

La Tribuna España-Indonesia constituye una plataforma de diálogo y cooperación cuyo objetivo principal es potenciar las relaciones entre los dos países, además de explorar oportunidades de colaboración y de impulsar vínculos entre las respectivas sociedades civiles. 

Esta segunda edición consta de una sesión de apertura y otra de clausura, y de dos sesiones de trabajo. En la primera de ellas se abordará la innovación digital como herramienta para superar la pandemia del COVID 19, mientras que en la segunda sesión se contrastarán las visiones desde ambos países con respecto a la región del Indo-pacífico.

Casa Asia organiza estos foros con países asiáticos (actualmente, con la República de Corea, Filipinas e Indonesia) con el propósito de propiciar reuniones anuales entre las delegaciones de ambos países en torno a temáticas de interés común. 

Idioma del acto: Inglés

Programa

9:30-11:05 Madrid (UTC+1)

14:30-16:05 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Dr. Yose Rizal Damuri  
Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Indonesia 

Javier Parrondo
Director General of Casa Asia

9:40-9:55 Madrid (UTC+1)

15:40-15:55 Jakarta (GMT+7)

H.E. Ngurah Swajaya
Director General for American and European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia 

H.E. Javier Salido
Director General for North America, Eastern Europe, Asia and Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain

 9:55-10:25 Madrid (UTC+1)

15:55-16:25 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Digital Innovation to Overcome COVID-19 Pandemic 

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted economies across the world, including Indonesia and Spain. The two countries have similar economic concerns and would benefit from sharing the lesson learned of how to rebuild their economy and society better two years in the pandemic. Support to build back better can benefit greatly the two countries’ tourism and manufacture industry sectors, as well as the micro, small and medium enterprises to regain footing. Digital economy and innovation policy have been seen as solutions to revive and recover some of the most crucial economic sectors. This session shares innovation taken by Indonesia and Spain to address the challenges brought by the pandemic, as well as exploring the possible joint-innovation going forward. 

Spain speaker 1 (TBC)

Dandy Rafitrandy
Researcher, Department of Economics, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia

Raquel Jorge
Researcher, Real Instituto Elcano (Think Tank)

Puri Kencana Putri
Senior Public Policy Associate 

Discussion  

Moderator:

Rafael Bueno
Director of Politics, Society and Educational Programmes, Casa Asia 

10:25-10:55 Madrid (UTC+1)

16:25-16:55 Jakarta (GMT+7)

Indonesian and Spanish perspectives on the Indo-Pacific 

The new concept of Indo-pacific answers to the realization that the Indian and Pacific Oceans are deeply interlinked and face similar challenges. Until now, the term has been adopted by a number of countries worldwide, as could be seen by the various Indo-Pacific strategies published. Most of these Indo-Pacific strategies stress on the need for interconnectivity between the continents of the world. This session shares Indonesian and Spanish perspective on their version of the Indo-Pacific, highlighting possible cooperation and collaboration.

Emilio de Miguel
Ambassador on Special Mission for the Indo-Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, and Director of Casa Asia Centre-Madrid

Indonesian speaker 1
Directorate General for ASEAN Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia

Javier Gil
Professor of International Relations, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Dr Shafiah F. Muhibat
Deputy Executive Director for Research, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia 

Discussion  

Moderator:

Dr. Lina Alexandra
Executive Director, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Indonesia 

10:55 – 11:05 Madrid (UTC+1)

16:55 – 17:05 Jakarta (UTC+7)

H.E. Francisco de Asis Aguilera Aranda
Ambassador of Spain to Indonesia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain 

Widya Sadnovic
Director for European Affairs I, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia 

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14:30-16:05 Yakarta (GMT+7)

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Casa Asia y el Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) de Indonesia, con el apoyo de los Ministerios de Asuntos Exteriores de España e Indonesia, y la colaboración de sus respectivas Embajadas en Yakarta y en Madrid.

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