Together with the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower and the coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture FES Indonesia office organized a two days’ conference on Labour 4.0 - Digital Economy and its Implications for Employment on 26th & 27th April in Jakarta.more
FES representatives meet with Yudi Latif , newly appointed head of the presidential working unit on the implementation of the state ideology of Pancasila to discuss areas of cooperation.
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia office - in cooperation with Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture (Kemenko-PMK) and the Parahyangan Catholic University (UNPAR) - conducted a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on "Smart and Sustainable Villages" on 28-29 July 2017 in Bandung. 20 village leaders as well as representatives of civil society and academia were participating in this discussion.more
The half-day panel discussion on: My Literacy World and the Impact on Economy of Justice (Ekonomi Berkeadilan) was the second event on ekonomi berkeadilan. It has been jointly organized by Tempo Institute and FES Indonesia with support of the Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture (Kemenko PMK) on 5th June 2017 in Tempo Magazine/Institute headquarters in Jakarta.
In Indonesia diversity is generally seen as a blessing and the biggest asset of the nation that needs to be celebrated and protected. Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in diversity) is the epitome of national identity and an essential source of Indonesian soft power. Amid signs of growing intolerance this book by the Indonesian center for Islam and state studies is a timely and impressive compilation and reminder of real-life examples of tolerance in Indonesia - based on symbols, practices and personas. The mapping of multi-ethnic, multi-religion, multi-culture, multi-beliefs and multi-practices in different parts of Indonesia provides rich...more
The half-day panel discussion on Economy of Justice (Ekonomi Berkeadilan) was jointly organized by Tempo Institute and FES Indonesia, with support of the Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture (Kemenko PMK) on 4th May 2017 in Jakarta.more
The half-day event-launching of the book: Indonesia – Emerald Chain of Tolerance was jointly organized by the Institut Agama Islam Negeri Mataram, the Indonesian center for Islam and state studies (PSIK) and FES Indonesia, with support of the Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture (Kemenko PMK) on 3rd May 2017 in Mataram, Lombok.more
“Building a digital world that consumers can trust.”more
The seminar was organized jointly by FES Indonesia, the Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture (Kemenko PMK) and Perkumpulan Prakarsa; with the keynote speech by the Indonesian Minister of Manpower Hanif Dhakiri (Jakarta, 14. – 15 December 2016)
FES Indonesia, Kemenko PMK, Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) jointly organized a Simulation on Free Trade Agreements and their political, economic and social implications in Jakarta, 15-16 November 2016
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is the oldest political foundation in Germany with a profound democratic tradition dating back to its foundation in 1925. The foundation owes its formation and its mission to the political legacy of its namesake Friedrich Ebert, the first democratically elected German President. Ebert, a Social Democrat from a humble crafts background who had risen to hold the highest political office in his country, in response to his own experience in political confrontation had proposed the establishment of a foundation to serve the following aims:
The work of our political foundation from the very beginning focuses therefore on the core ideas and values of social democracy – freedom, justice and solidarity. This connects us also to the German and international social democratic family. As a non-profit institution however, we organize our work autonomously and independently.