International Symposium on Indonesian Politics 2019

Share your own vision, thinking, conceptual and empirical research about “Politics and Citizenship: Challenges on Democracy Consolidation in Digital Era”.

Dear Colleague,

Please remember to register (http://seminar.unnes.ac.id/event-sip2019/seat) and submit your abstracts (http://seminar.unnes.ac.id/event-sip2019/login) for talks at the International Symposium on Indonesian Politics 2019 by Thursday 4 April 2019.

Abstracts are invited that foster new thinking and explore pressing topics in politics and government research, policy, innovation and practice. The paper can be presented in either English or Indonesian. However, the paper which will be published in the proceedings must be written in English.

This new conference will be a platform for fostering collaboration, networking and wider engagement on Politics and Government in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.

We look forward to receiving your abstracts.

Cahyo Seftyono
Lead Editor Politik Indonesia: Indonesian Political Science Review, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia
Symposium Chair


Topics and Scope:
Indonesian Politics, Politics and Citizenship, Law and International Politics, Local Politics and Government, Election, Political Thought, Bureaucracy and Administrative Government, Public Policy, Media and Politics, etc.

Speakers: 25-26 June 2019
Andar Nubowo (RSIS-NTU, Singapore)
Yatno Ladiqi (UnisZA, Malaysia)
George Towar Ikbal Tawakkal (AIFIS, US/ UBrawijaya, Indonesia)
Nyarwi Ahmad (UMelbourne, Australia/ UGadjah Mada, Indonesia)
Eko Handoyo (UNegeri Semarang, Indonesia)

Research Workshop: 27 June 2019
Qualitative:
Laila Alfirdaus (UDiponegoro, Indonesia)
Quantitative:
Bambang Sumintono (UMalaya, Malaysia)

Publication opportunity:
Politik Indonesia: Indonesian Political Science Review, Otoritas: Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan, Jurnal Bina Praja and Bisnis & Birokrasi Journal (Sinta 2) also EUDL Proceedings (Scopus Indexed)

In cooperation with:
Department of Government Science – Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar
Ministry of Home Affairs – Indonesia
Department of Administrative Science – Universitas Indonesia

Supported by:
KePP (Konsorsium e-Jurnal Politik dan Pemerintahan)
APSIPOL (Asosiasi Program Studi Ilmu Politik Indonesia)
SEAAM (Southeast Asia Academic Mobility)

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