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Bali, 24-27 November 2013

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  • 1. Ver. 1 November 2013 THE POWER OF CULTURE IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 24-27 NOVEMBER 2013 BALI, INDONESIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
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  • 3. Content A. Background B. Aims and Objectives C. Anticipated Outcomes D. ‘Bali Forum’ 2013 E. Theme F. Structure of the Forum G. Invited Keynote Speakers H. Key Ministers of Culture I. Invited Expert Speakers J. Audiences and Participating Countries K. Venues 3
  • 4. Invitation from the President of Indonesia I extend a warm invitation to delegates from all corners of the world to gather in Bali during November, 2013, and actively participate in the World Culture Forum. The first decade of the 21st century has witnessed fluctuating global growth and fortunes, conflicts and new geopolitical formations. These strategic changes demand that culture in all its manifestations be championed as an indispensable agent of change and reconciliation in the face of unprecedented globalisation. In the opening address to the debate in the UN General Assembly on 12 June this year, I underlined that ‘the significance of the nexus between culture and development for the post-2015 Agenda is not yet fully grasped’. The World Culture Forum presents a space to address this urgent need promoting cultural democracy as an empowering tool. Indonesia, one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse countries in the world, is initiating the World Culture Forum as an inclusive and strategic platform for discussing, debating, understanding and promoting the power of culture in sustainable development. It gives me great pleasure to invite Heads of State, Nobel Laureates, Ministers of Culture, top experts, senior policy-makers, NGOs, cultural practitioners and other stakeholders to this significant global gathering. I look forward to welcoming you to Bali. DR. H. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO President, Republic of Indonesia 4
  • 5. A Background Local Cultures Respond to Globalisation The world has become more dynamic due to borderless trade and travel, a 24/7 instant news cycle, and inexpensive mass communications and social media. These complex trends bring challenges along with significant opportunities. Rapid transformations among private and public sector agencies have raised concerns about safeguarding the world’s cultural and linguistic diversity in the face of globalisation. It has become imperative to develop institutional capacity to benefit from the positive opportunities and at the same time minimize the negative impacts from globalisation so that all nations can prosper in peace, justice and friendship. We acknowledge the strategic role of the power of culture in sustainable development. The World Culture Forum is envisaged as an arena for sharing experiences, strengthening meaningful relationships, appreciating cultural diversity and fostering policies that enable local and national cultural communities to flourish in an age of unprecedented globalisation. 5
  • 6. A Background Contextual Framework The UN General Assembly in 2011 has called for a more visible and effective integration and mainstreaming of culture into development policies and strategies at all levels. It is important to note that despite the recent global financial crisis there has been continuous growth and prosperity in the domain of culture among the countries of the South. This is the most significant indicator in considering the paradigm shift from the persistent deficit model of culture in development to an affirmative and empowering approach where creativity, knowledge, culture and technology are drivers of job creation, innovation and social inclusion. The Common Statement on the Outcome of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in June 2012 (Rio +20), The Future We Want, calls for innovative and entrepreneurial ways of moving forward. We have learnt from the successes and failures attaining of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The UN Secretary General emphatically said “more of the same will not do”. He also called for new participatory models to achieve evidence based outcomes. It is acknowledged that there remains much to be done including ensuring that culture in all its dimensions needs to be integrated more forcefully in development. Culture must become an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the post-2015 Development Agenda. 6
  • 7. A Background Indonesian Leadership At the UN General Assembly in New York on 12 June 2013, the UN Secretary-General, H.E. Mr Ban Ki-moon opened the debate emphasising the significance of the role of culture in development. A few days later on 2 July in Geneva a general understanding was reached about the UN processes for culture to be included in the goals for sustainable development (post-2015). Clear goals, targets and indicators need to be embedded into development strategies, programmes and practices to be defined in the post-2015 UN development agenda. In integrating culture in development some of the key considerations must be: leveraging culture in poverty reduction and inclusive economic development; ensuring cultural rights for all to promote inclusive social development; and fostering innovative and sustainable models of cooperation. In the opening address to the debate in the UN General Assembly on 12 June, H.E. Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia, as the Co-Chair of the High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, underlined that ‘the significance of the nexus between culture and development for the post-2015 Agenda is not yet fully grasped’. The World Culture Forum in Bali 2013, aspires to create a space to discuss, debate, and contest established ideas and approaches. 7
  • 8. B Aim and Objectives The World Culture Forum convened by the President of Indonesia in Bali from 24 to 27 November 2013 aspires to recommend: • • • • • New pathways for locating culture as an integral part of sustainable development Ethical frameworks for ensuring community engagement and stakeholder benefits New participatory models for promoting cultural democracy Draft frameworks for evidence based measuring of sustainable cultural development Strategic inputs into the framing of Sustainable Development Goals in the Post-2015 Development Agenda 8
  • 9. C Anticipated Outcomes It is envisaged that the World Culture Forum will result in a shared vision and strategic directions to:  Promote knowledge communities for intercultural, intergenerational and interfaith dialogues  Further ethical investment and business practices for creative and cultural industries  Establish clearing houses for people-centered projects and practices, emphasizing local knowledge systems  Draft conceptual frameworks informing the Post 2015 Development Agenda  Foster corporate governance for evidence based measures in ensuring meaningful outcomes for primary stakeholders 9
  • 10. WEF (World Economic Forum) Davos, Switzerland Economy IEF (International Environment Forum) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Environment 10
  • 11. D „Bali Forum‟ 2013 A. The Republic of Indonesia provides strategic leadership establishing the World Culture Forum (WCF) – ‘Bali Forum’ 2013 to promote cultural democracy and evidence based measures for the future Sustainable Development Goals in Post 2015 Development Agenda. B. The Republic of Indonesia will establish a Global Home for international cultural agenda for conferences, meetings, discussions, and sharing cultural information databases as well as enhancing appreciation of the local, regional and world cultural values. C. The implementation of the outcomes of the WCF – ‘Bali Forum’ 2013 will help to internally foster the safeguarding of regional cultural and linguistic diversity. D. Local cultural communities and civil society will have the opportunity through WCF – ‘Bali Forum’ 2013 to display the rich diversity of Indonesian culture to a global audience. 11
  • 12. E Theme The Power of Culture in Sustainable Development 12
  • 13. F Structure of the Forum Framework/Structure World Culture Forum will be launched by the President of Indonesia setting the scene for locating culture firmly within the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Leading international agencies and critical thinkers will engage the participants in six themed symposia that will form the overarching framework of WCF 2013: 1 : Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development 2 : Civil Society and Cultural Democracy 3 : Creativity and Cultural Economics 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability 5 : Sustainable Urban Development 6 : Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building Gender mainstreaming, cultural convergence (local/global), active youth engagement and children of today and tomorrow will be the cross cutting themes woven across the entire Forum. A series of discussions, debates, performances and symposia will be programmed with the participation of experts and practitioners from across the world. An inspirational and leading edge cultural programme will be part of the hospitality spectrum. 13
  • 14. F Structure of the Forum World Culture Forum (WCF) – “Bali Forum” 2013 CORE PROGRAMS Pre-Conference Programs 24 Nov 2013 Ubud Writers 11 Oct 2013 25 Nov 2013 Supporting and Post-Conference Programs Gala Dinner (with Carnival, and Cultural Performances ) Grand Opening, Keynote Speakers, Ministerial Roundtable & IGO/INGO Roundtable Discussions Culture Based Film Festival 25–27 Nov 2013 Themed Symposia Bali Bienale 15 Nov 2013 1 : Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development 26 Nov 2013 2 : Civil Society and Cultural Democracy World Ethnic Music Festival 25-27 Nov 2013 3 : Creativity and Cultural Economics 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability Heritage Cities Forum 23 Nov 2013 5 : Sustainable Urban Development 6 : Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building 27 Nov 2013 Subak World Heritage Tour 27 Nov 2013 Post Conference Tours 14
  • 15. SCHEME: THE CORE PROGRAMS SUNDAY, 24 November 2013 GALA DINNER (WITH CULTURAL PERFORNANCE AND CARNIVAL) MONDAY, 25 November 2013 TUESDAY, 26 November 2013 WEDNESDAY, 27 November 2013 GRAND OPENING Symposia POST CONFERENCE TOURS (OPTIONAL) Opening by Master of Ceremony Report by the Minister for Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia Symposia 1: Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development Opening by the President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. DR. H. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Guest of Honor President of India H. E. DR. PRANAB MUKHERJEE (tbc) Guest of Honor President of Hellenic Republic H. E. KAROLOS PAPOULIAS (tbc) Guest of Honor Prime Minister of the Government of Spain H. E. MARIANO RAJOY (tbc) Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics Symposia 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability INVITED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS PROF. AMARTYA SEN (Nobel Prize in Economic Science) Confirmed)) Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development FAREED ZAKARIA (World Famous Journalist and Commentator, Author, CNN) (Confirmed) (Statesman for Cultural Diplomacy and Inter-Culture Dialogue) Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building IRINA BOKOVA. Director General of UNESCO (video message) Ministerial Forum Theme: More of the Same Will Not do Cultural Ministers from different parts of the world will present and discuss the central issues and concerns addressing the nexus between culture and development. Policy guidance for the drafting of the Sustainable Development Goals in the post 2015 Development Agenda . Ministers from the following countries have confirmed their attendance: Bangladesh, Peoples Republic of China, India, Palau, Poland and Russia: IGO and INGO Roundtables GRAND PLENARY AND CLOSING CEREMONY Report from Moderators and Chairpersons Vote of Thanks, Adoption of the “The Bali Promise”, and Grand Cultural Finale CULTURAL-BASED FILM FESTIVAL 15 WORLD ETHNIC MUSIC FESTIVAL
  • 16. F Structure of the Forum Day 1: Sunday, 24 Nov 2013 TIME ACTIVITIES DAY 1 Sunday, 24 November 2013 18.30 Arrival of Guests 19.00 Arrival of VIP Guests 19.30 – 19.35 Opening by MC 19.35 – 19.40 Welcoming Speech by the Minister of Education and Culture, The Republic of Indonesia 19.40 – 20.30 Gala Dinner 20.30 – 21.00 Culture Performance (Medley of hundreds of dancers, carnaval and video mapping) 16
  • 17. F Structure of the Forum TIME Day 2: Monday, 25 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES DAY 2 Monday, 25 November 2013 08.00 – 09.00 Registration and Preparation 09.00 – 10.00 GRAND OPENING 09.00 – 09.10 Opening (MC) 09.10 – 09.20 09.20 – 09.50 Welcoming Remarks by the Minister for Education and Culture , The Republic of Indonesia MOHAMMAD NUH Opening and Keynote Speaker by the President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. DR. H. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Keynote Speaker 09.50 – 09 53 IRINA BOKOVA (Video Message 3 minutes) Director-General of UNESCO 10.00 – 10.30 AMARTYA SEN (Confirmed) Chancellor, Nalanda University, India (Nobel Laureate for Economic Sciences) 10.30 – 11.00 FAREED ZAKARIA (Confirmed) World Famous Author and Journalist 11.00 – 11.10 Photo Session (Heads of States, Ministers and Keynote Speakers) 11.10 – 12.30 Lunch and Press Conference 17
  • 18. F TIME 14.00 – 16.00 Structure of the Forum ACTIVITIES Day 2: Monday, 25 Nov 2013 PARALEL ACTIVITIES MINISTERIAL FORUM (Theme: More of the Same Will Not do) Cultural Ministers from different parts of the world will present and discuss the central issues and concerns addressing the ‘nexus between culture and development’, providing policy guidance for the drafting of the Sustainable Development Goals in the post 2015 Development Chaired by the Minister for Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia : Mohammad Nuh 16.00 – 16.15 Moving to the Designated Rooms 16.15 – 17.30 Intergovernmental Round Table Moderated by Mr. Francesco Bandarin ADG, Culture 1. Alicia Bala – Deputy Secretary General of ASEAN, 2. Mr. Gael de Guichen - ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property), 3. Ms. Wend Wendland - WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), 4. Mr. Bruno Moro - UN MDG-F (Director, Achievement Fund) 5. Mr. Jim Yong Kim - World Bank (MDG spokesperson) 6. Mr. Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri - ISESCO (Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) 7. Mr. Seong -Yong Park (ICHAP) 8. UNDP 9. UNICEF 10. PATA 17.30 – 18.30 19.00 – 21.00 BREAK World Ethnic Music Festival (Art Center, Denpasar) International NGO Round Table Moderated by Mr. Amareswar Galla 1. Mr. Hashim Djojohadikusumo 2. Ms. Pudentia (Indonesian Association for Oral Tradition) 3. Ms. Sarah Gardner - IFACCA (International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture), 4. Ms. Ellen Tise - IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions), 5. Mr. Luluk Sumiarsono (Indonesia Heritage Trust) 6. Mr. Hans-Martin Hinz - ICOM (International Council of Museums), 7. Mr. Darwis Khudori 8. Ms. Carolina Castellanos - ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites), 9. Mr. Charles Vallerand - IFCCD (International Federation of Coalitions for Cultural Diversity) 10. Mr. Kadir Topbas - UCLG (United Cities and Local Governments) 18 10.00 – 21.00 Cultural Based Film Festival for Public (Studio XXI Kuta Beach Walk)
  • 19. F Structure of the Forum Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 TIME ACTIVITIES DAY 3 Tuesday, 26 November 2013 08.00 – 09.00 Registration and Preparation 09.00 – 11.00 Thematic Symposia: Symposia 1: Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics 11.00 – 11.30 11.30 – 13.30 Refreshment Break Thematic Symposia: Symposia 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building 19
  • 20. F Symposia 1: Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development (8:30-10:30) A review of the recent and current practices of dealing with arts, culture and heritage in sustainable development demonstrate that the state of the field is administratively and professionally fragmented and informed by inchoate or uncoordinated instruments and policies. This Symposium will be moderated by an outstanding experts who have provided leadership across all the domains of culture. The expert speakers include a range that addresses the theme in a holistic and inclusive manner from practical experience. 20
  • 21. F Symposia 1: Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 TIME ACTIVITIES 08.30 – 08.40 Moderator: Ms. Alissandra Cummins (Barbados) 08.40 – 08.50 Keynote: Mr. Rick West (USA) Speakers: 08.50 – 09.00 1. Mr. Jean Couteau (Indonesia) 09.00 – 09.10 2. Ms. Bussakorn Binson (Thailland) 09.10 – 09.20 3. Ms. Nanda Wickramasinghe (Sri Lanka) 09.20 – 09.30 4. Mr. Frank J. Hoff (USA) 09.30 – 09.40 5. Ms.Lynne Patchett (UK) 09.40 – 09.50 6. Mr. Radhar Panca Dahana (Indonesia) 09.50 – 11.00 Discussion 11.00 – 12.30 Lunch Break 21
  • 22. F Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy (8:30-10:30) Participatory Democracy and Inclusive Governance are critical for civil society engagement in enabling cultural practitioners to become protagonist in sustainable development. New modalities of engagement are needed to ensure a bottom up approach to inform the post-2015 Development Agenda. 22
  • 23. F Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 08.30 – 08.40 Moderator: Mr. Hans d’Orville (France) 08.40 – 08.50 Keynote: Mr. Nur Hassan Wirajuda (Indonesia) Speakers: 08.50 – 09.00 1. Ms. Nadia Al-Sakkaf (Yemen) 09.00 – 09.10 2. Goenawan Muhammad (Indonesia) 09.10 – 09.20 3. Ms. Yasmin Khan (UK) 09.20 – 09.30 4. Mr. Jordi Pascual (Spain) 09.30 – 09.40 5. Mr. Mark Miller (UK) 09.40 – 09.50 6. Mr. Emha Ainun Najib (Indonesia) 09.50 – 11.00 Discussion 11.00 – 12.30 Refreshment Break 23
  • 24. F Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics (8:30-10:30) Evidence based approaches, both qualitative and quantitative, are still new in understanding cultural economics. Micro finance, critical for poverty alleviation and job creation, is poorly understood in the field of culture and development. Contingency valuation and choice modelling are important to shift the paradigm of the deficit model of culture in development to an affirmative and empowering framework. This symposium of eminent and experienced experts will discuss and address the importance of locating cultural economics in sustainable development. 24
  • 25. F Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 08.30 – 08.40 Moderator: Mr. Hubert Gijzen (UNESCO) 08.40 – 08.50 Keynote: Muhammad Jusuf Kalla (Indonesia) Speakers: 08.50 – 09.00 1. Mr. James J. Fox (Australia) 09.00 – 09.10 2. Ms. Rana Amirtahmasebi (Iran) 09.10 – 09.20 3. Mr. Eros Djarot (Indonesia) 09.20 – 09.30 4. Mr. David Throsby (Australia) 09.30 – 09.40 5. Mr. Garin Nugroho (Indonesia) 09.40 – 09.50 6. Mr. Alexander Sysoenko (Russia) 09.50 – 10.00 7. Mr. Sri Edi Swasono (Indonesia) 10.00 – 11.00 Discussion 11.00 – 12.30 Refreshment Break 25
  • 26. F Symposia 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability (12.30 – 14.30) The legacies of colonialism are evident in the natureculture dichotomy that was alien to Asia, Africa, and Americas and to indigenous peoples of the world. This is so embedded in the contemporary discourse of culture and development that an integrated local area planning approach has become essential to further sustainable development. If nature is cultural perceived then how do we transcend the dichotomy. 26
  • 27. F Symposia 4: Culture in Environmental Sustainability TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 12.30 – 12.40 Moderator: Ms. Erna Witoelar (Indonesia) 12.40 – 12.50 12.50 – 13.00 Keynote: Mr. Renato Flores (Brazil) Speakers: 1. Mr. Emil Salim (Indonesia) 13.00 – 13.10 2. Ms. Ngaire Blankenberg (France) 13.10 – 13.20 3. Mr. Anak Agung Gede Agung (Indonesia) 13.20 – 13.30 4. Mr. Yusria Abdel Rahman (UK) 13.30 – 13.40 5. Mr. Slikkerveer (The Netherland) 13.40 – 13.50 6. Mr. Thomas Schaaf (Germany) 13.50 – 14.00 7. Mr. Khaliffa Sall (Senegal) 14.00 – 14.30 Discussion 14.30 – 15.00 Refreshment Break 27
  • 28. F Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development (12.30 – 14.30) It is widely known that everyday some 200,000 people are moving into an urban area in the world and that several cities from Oslo to Seoul to Jakarta are becoming the fastest growing cities. This phenomenal movement of populations makes new approaches to culture and urbanism as a process which warrant new and relevant interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable urban development. 28
  • 29. F Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 12.30 – 12.40 Moderator: Mr. Augusto Villalon (Philippines) 12.40 – 12.50 Keynote: Ms. Minja Yang (Belgium) Speakers: 12.50 – 13.00 1. Mr. Mohamad Basyir Ahmad (Indonesia) 13.00 – 13.10 2. Ms. Kigge Hvid (Denmark) 13.10 – 13.20 3. Ms. Hlaing Maw oo Hock (Myanmar) 13.20 – 13.30 4. Mr. Ratish Nanda (India) 13.30 – 13.40 5. Ms. Sabina Santarossa (Singapore) 13.40 – 13.50 6. Mr. Ridwan Kamil (Indonesia) 13.50 – 14.30 Discussion 29
  • 30. F Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue in Community Building (12.30 – 14.30) In the post September 11, 2011, the importance of understanding faith and community building have been finally recognised as important for the cultural dimension of sustainable development. Yet few International Government Organisations are prepared to address this important aspect and cultural institutions have sadly neglected it. This symposium is the first of its kind to place on the agenda the role of inert-faith dialogue in culture in development. 30
  • 31. F Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue in Community Building TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 12.30 – 12.40 Moderator: Mr. Clarence G. "C.G." Newsome (USA) 12.40 – 12.50 Keynote: Azyumardi Azra (Indonesia) Speakers: 12.50 – 13.00 1. Ms. Chung Hyun Kyung (USA) 13.00 – 13.10 2. Mr. Jeremy Jones (Australia) 13.10 – 13.20 3. Ms. Luh Ketut Suryani (Indonesia) 13.20 – 13.30 4. Mr. Sharif Istvan Horthy (Hungary) 13.30 – 13.40 5. Mr. KH. Masdar Farid Mas’udi (Indonesia) 13.40 – 13.50 6. Mr. Seiichi Kondo (Japan) 13.50 – 14.00 7. Mr. Michael Hitchcock (UK) 14.00 – 14.30 Discussion 31
  • 32. Thematic Symposia Invited Speakers Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 No SYMPOSIUM 1 No SYMPOSIUM 2 No SYMPOSIUM 3 Holistic Approaches to Culture in Development Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Creativity and Cultural Economics Moderator: Ms. Alissandra Cummins (Barbados) Moderator: Mr. Hans d’Orville (France) Moderator: Mr. Hubert Gijzen (The Netherland) Keynote: Mr. Rick West (USA) Keynote: Mr. Nur Hassan Wirajuda (Indonesia) Keynote: Muhammad Jusuf Kalla (Indonesia) Speakers: Speakers: Speakers: 1. Mr. Jean Couteau (Indonesia) Ms. Bussakorn Binson (Thailland) Ms. Nanda Wickramasinghe 3. (Sri Lanka) 4. Mr. Frank J. Hoff (USA) Mr. Radhar Panca Dahana 5. (Indonesia) 2. 6. Ms.Lynne Patchett (UK) 1. Ms. Nadia Al-Sakkaf (Yemen) 2. Goenawan Muhammad (Indonesia) 1. Mr. James J. Fox (Australia) 2. Ms. Rana Amirtahmasebi (Iran) 3. Ms. Yasmin Khan (UK) 3. Mr. Eros Djarot (Indonesia) 4. Mr. Jordi Pascual (Spain) 4. Mr. David Throsby (Australia) Mr. Garin Nugroho 5. (Indonesia) Mr. Alexander Sysoenko 6. (Russia) Mr. Sri Edi Swasono 7 (Indonesia) 5. Mr. Mark Miller (UK) 6. Mr. Emha Ainun Najib (Indonesia) 32
  • 33. Thematic Symposia Invited Speakers Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 Refreshment Break No. SYMPOSIUM 4 No. SYMPOSIUM 5 No. SYMPOSIUM 6 Culture in Environmental Sustainability Sustainable Urban Development Inter-Faith Dialogue in Community Building Moderator: Ms. Erna Witoelar (Indonesia) Moderator: Mr. Augusto Villalon (Philippines) Moderator: Mr. Clarence G. "C.G." Newsome (USA) Keynote: Mr. Renato Flores (Brazil) Keynote: Ms. Minja Yang (Belgium) Keynote: Azyumardi Azra (Indonesia) Speakers: Speakers: Speakers: 1. Mr. Emil Salim (Indonesia) 2. Ms. Ngaire Blankenberg (France) Mr. Anak Agung Gede Agung (Indonesia) Mr. Yusria Abdel Rahman 4. (UK) Mr. Slikkerveer (The 5. Netherland) Mr. Thomas Schaaf 6. (Germany) 7. Mr. Khaliffa Sall (Senegal) 3. 1. Mr. Mohamad Basyir Ahmad (Indonesia) 2. Ms. Kigge Hvid (Denmark) 3. Ms. Hlaing Maw oo Hock (Myanmar) 4. Mr. Ratish Nanda (India) 5. Ms. Sabina Santarossa (Singapore) 6. Mr. Ridwan Kamil (Indonesia) 1. Ms. Chung Hyun Kyung (USA) 2. Mr. Jeremy Jones (Australia) Ms. Luh Ketut Suryani (Indonesia) Mr. Sharif Istvan Horthy 4. (Hungary) 3. 5. Mr. KH. Masdar Farid Mas’udi (Indonesia) 6. Mr. Seiichi Kondo (Japan) 7. Mr. Michael Hitchcock (UK) 33
  • 34. F Structure of the Forum TIME Day 3: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES 14.30 – 15.00 Refreshment Break 15.00 – 15.30 Reports by Moderators of Symposia & Forum 15.30 – 16.00 Discussion 16.00 – 17.00 The Bali Promise (Declaration) 17.00 – 17.15 Closing Remarks 17.15 - 17.30 Grand Culture Finale 17.30 Refreshment 10.00 – 21.00 Cultural Based Film Festival (Studio XXI Kuta Beach Walk) 19.00 – 22.00 World Ethnic Music Festival (Farewell Dinner) 34
  • 35. F Structure of the Forum TIME DAY 4 08.00 – 18.00 Day 4: Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013 ACTIVITIES Wednesday, 27 November 2013 POST CONFERENCE TOURS (OPTIONAL) •Registration Required (Subak World Heritage Site Tour) 09.30 – 11.30 Ubud Tour (Monkey Forest) 11.30 – 13.30 Lunch at Art Museum Rudana, Ubud 13.30 – 18.00 Subak World Heritage Site Tour (Jatiluwih) 19.00 World Ethnic Music Festival “Farewell Party” night at “Rumah Topeng & Wayang”, Ubud. 35
  • 36. G Supporting Programs 1. Cultural Performance and Peoples‟ Carnival Inviting the representatives of some famous worldwide carnivals integrated into culture performance: 1. Rio de Janeiro Carnival (Brazil) 2. Barongsai Festival/ Lantern Festival (China) 3. Kerala Festival (India) 4. Matsuri Festival (Japan) 5. Mehter Takimi(Turkey) Indonesian ‘BEST OF THE BEST’ carnivals: 1. Jember Fashion Carnival (Jember, Jawa Timur) 2. Reog Ponorogo Festival (Ponorogo, Jawa Timur) 3. Ogoh-ogoh Bali Festival (Bali) 4. Hudoq Borneo Festival (Kalimantan Timur) 5. Asmat-Agats and Baliem Valley Festival (Papua) 36
  • 37. G Supporting Program 2. Cultural-Based Film Festival This festival will showcase national and international films from all the Bali Forum participating countries. The aim is to highlight films which inspire or raise cultural themes in order to bring attention to the richness and diversity of the world’s cultures, especially in the face of homogeneity due to globalization. This festival is also aimed to support Indonesia’s cultural image and to demonstrate the professionalism and variety of the Indonesian film industry both in its output and for Indonesia as a location for film production by international companies. a. Coordinator: Slamet Raharjo b. Participants : 30 Films from 10 countries (Brazil, China, France, India, Indonesia ,Japan Mexico, Russia, United Kingdom, Turkey) c. Studio Capacities : • Studio 1: 144 persons; • Studio 2 : 206 persons; • Studio VIP : 50 persons; d. Schedule: 5 times per day (25-26 Nov 2013) 37
  • 38. G Supporting Program 3. World Ethnic Music Festival World Ethnic Music Festival presents various kinds of world ethnic music, which involve many countries: USA (Hawai), Russia, China, Japan, Korea, Australia, India, South Africa (Cape Town), United Arab Emirates (Dubai) as the participants. It takes place at “Art Center Denpasar”. It will be held on 25th and 26th of November 2013. The Festival shows various culture in the form of ethnic music. 38
  • 39. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance Rock as natural screen media; for video mapping THEME OF VIDEO MAPPING: ” Showing the cultural diversity of the world and Indonesia” 39
  • 40. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance SUB-THEME OF VIDEO MAPPING: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. VISUALIZATION OF GEOLOGIC HISTORY, VISUALIZATION OF THE RARE FLORA-FAUNA-SPECIES RARE IN INDONESIA, VISUALIZATION OF HUMAN EVOLUTION AND CIVILIZATION, VISUALIZATION OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS, VISUALIZATION OF THE FAMILY OF MAN, (photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen) VISUALIZATION OF THE DIVERSITY OF RACES AND PEOPLES LIFE PATTERNS, VISUALIZATION OF CURRENT/MODERN CIVILIZATION. 40
  • 41. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance SOUNDSCAPE: 1. 2. The soundscape development aims to support the dcultural performances. The soundscape to be taken in three locations: Pelabuhan Ratu, Bledug Kuwu, and Merapi. The outcome of soundscape is expected to be processed in los angeles in order to obtain the final product that can be used to support the activities of cultural performances. LOCATIONS OF SOUNDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT: 41
  • 42. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance STAGE OF MUSIC/ORCHESTRA ROCK CARVING AS NATURAL SCREEN VVIP TENT GUESTS TABLE SCREEN 3 x 4 PENJOR PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF CULTURAL PERFORMANCE AT LOTUS POND AREA, GWK 42
  • 43. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance ILUSTRATION: THE ATMOSPHERE OF GALA DINNER (1) 43
  • 44. H Gala Dinner and Cultural Performance ILUSTRATION: THE ATMOSPHERE OF GALA DINNER (2) 44
  • 45. HOST KEYNOTE SPEAKER
  • 46. I Host Keynote Speaker 1 H.E. H. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO The President of The Republic of Indonesia Elected President by popular, direct election by the people of Indonesia in 2004, he was reelected for a second term in 2009. • • • • • • • The Initiator of the World Culture Forum (WCF – “Bali Forum”) The Initiator of World Peace through “Soft Power” and a Cultural Diplomacy Approach Received the first-ever “Valuing Nature Award” in New York. The award was given to Mr. Yudhoyono by three global environmental and conservation organizations, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) 2011, the United Nations named him as the "Global Champion for Disaster Risk Reduction" 2012, 21st Century Economic Achievement Award from US ASEAN Business Council (USABC) 2012, Literacy Prize from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 2012, Awarded Knight Grand Cross in the Order of the Bath by Queen Elizabeth II 46
  • 47. INVITED KEYNOTE SPEAKER
  • 48. K Invited Keynote Speaker 1 PROF. AMARTYA SEN Nobel Prize in Economic Science (Confirmed) Amartya Kumar Sen, CH (born 3 November 1933) is an Indian philosopher and economist who was awarded the 1998 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his contributions to welfare economics and social choice theory, and for his interest in the problems of society's poorest members. Sen is best known for his work on the causes of famine, which led to the development of practical solutions for preventing or limiting the effects of real or perceived shortages of food. He helped to create the United Nations Human Development Index. In 2012, he became the first non-U.S. citizen recipient of the National Humanities Medal. He is currently the Thomas W. Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University. He is also a senior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, distinguished fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he previously served as Master from 1998 to 2004. Sen is a member of the Advisory Board of Incentives for Global Health, the not-for-profit behind the Health Impact Fund. He is the first Indian and the first Asian academic to head an Oxbridge college. He also serves as the first Chancellor of the proposed Nalanda International University. 48
  • 49. K Invited Keynote Speaker 2 FAREED ZAKARIA World Famous Journalist and Commentator, Author, CNN (Confirmed) Fareed Zakaria is an Indian-American journalist and author. From 2000 to 2010, he was a columnist for Newsweek and editor of Newsweek International. In 2010 he became editor-at-large of Time. He is the host of CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS. He is also a frequent commentator and author about issues related to international relations, trade and culture in development. Zakaria has been nominated five times for the National Magazine Award and won it once for his columns and commentary. His show has won a Peabody award and been nominated for several Emmys. He was conferred India Abroad Person of the Year 2008 award on 20 March 2009, in New York. Filmmaker Mira Nair, who won the award for 2007, honored her successor. He has received honorary degrees from Harvard University, Brown University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Miami, Oberlin College, Bates College, and the University of Oklahama among others. In January, 2010, Zakaria was given the Padma Bhushan award by the Indian government for his contribution to the field of journalism. 49
  • 50. K Invited Keynote Speaker 4 IRINA BOKOVA Director General of UNESCO Irina Bokova is the Director-General of UNESCO. She was formerly a Member of the Bulgarian Parliament from the Bulgarian Socialist Party for two terms, minister and deputy minister of foreign affairs in the cabinet of Prime Minister Zhan Videnov, and was Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria to France and to Monaco, Permanent Delegate of Bulgaria to UNESCO and Personal Representative of the President of Bulgaria to the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (2005–2009). On 22 September 2009, Bokova's candidacy was proposed for the post of Director-General of UNESCO. On 15 October 2009, The 35th Session of the General Conference elected Irina Bokova of Bulgaria as the tenth Director-General of UNESCO. Bokova is the first female and first Eastern European to head UNESCO. 50
  • 51. KEY MINISTERS FOR CULTURE
  • 52. L Key Ministers for Culture 1. H.E. Professor Dr. Mohammad Nuh Minister for Education and Culture of The Republic of Indonesia, former Rector of ITS and hold Ph.D degree from the Université de Science et Technique du Languedoc in Montpellier, France. He was also the former Minister of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia. Prof. Nuh has long emphasized the key role of culture in education and the transfer of knowledge through culture convergence. He has received international recognition for his efforts over many years including a Special Award from JICA in 2003 and the Soka Award of Highest Honour in 2006 for his contribution to higher education, culture, humanitarian values and peace. He has also been awarded the title of Doctorate Honorius Causa from both the University of Technology Malaysia (2011) and Naresuan University of Thailand (2013). He is currently the member of the Executive Board of UNESCO. 2. H.E. Cai Wu Mr. Cai Wu began his career as a lecturer at Beijing University. He was a member of the CYLC Central Committee and the All-China Youth Federation. Cai is now a professor and supervisor of doctoral students at the College of International Relations of the Renmin University of China, and is a senior advisor to the Academic Committee of the College of International Relations of Beijing University. Cai Wu was appointed Vice-Minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee in 1997. In 2005, he became Director of the Information Office of the State Council. He was a member of the 17th CPC Central Committee. Cai Wu is now a member of the 18th CPC Central Committee and Minister of the Ministry of Culture. 52
  • 53. L Key Ministers for Culture 3. H.E. Chandresh Kumari Katoch Maharani Chandresh Kumari Katoch (born February 1, 1944) is a Indian Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament, representing Jodhpur. She is sworn in as Cabinet Minister in the Government of India on October 28, 2012, and was given the portfolio of the Ministry of Culture. She is daughter of the then-Maharaja of Jodhpur Hanwant Singh and Krishna Kumari and is married into the Royal Family of Himachal Pradesh. 4. H.E. Vladimir Medinsky Vladimir Medinsky is a Russian political figure, Publicist, professor of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and writer, who is currently the Minister of Culture Since May 2012. He is an ethnic Ukrainian, member of the Writers Union of Russia (Союз писателей России), and member of the General Council of the United Russia party. previously he was the head of the Committee for Cultural Affairs in the State Duma, in 2011. 53
  • 54. L Key Ministers for Culture 5. H.E. Mohamed Nazri bin Tan Sri Abdul Aziz He is a Malaysian politician from the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), and is as of 2008 a Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of parliamentary affairs. Nazri was originally also the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of legal affairs and judicial reform. After the 2008 general election, which saw the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition's majority in Parliament significantly reduced, the then Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi reshuffled his Cabinet and gave Nazri's legal affairs portfolio to Zaid Ibrahim. 6. H.E. Abul Kalam Azad He started his career as an officer of the then East Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in 1963. Abul Kalam Azad became Member of Parliament for the first time in 1991 on Awami League ticket. For the second time he was elected M.P. in 1996. Abul Kalam Azad was elected Member of Parliament from 'Dewangonj and Bokshigonj constituency (No 138 Jamalpur-1) in the ninth parliamentary election. He was appointed Minister for Ministry of Information and Ministry of Cultural Affairs of People's Republic of Bangladesh on January 06, 2009. 54
  • 55. L Key Ministers for Culture 7. H.E. Bogdan Zdrojewski Bogdan Zdrojewski was born in May 18th, 1957. He is a Polish politician, who was the first president of Wrocław, the historical capital of Silesia after the fall of communism in Poland, and held the seat from 1990 to 2001. Afterwards he was a senator and member of the Polish Sejm. Since November 2007, he has been the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. 8. H.E. Camelia Sobhy Chairwoman of the International Cultural Relation Sector, Egypt. She is appointed to represent the Ministry for Culture of Egypt in the Ministerial Forum of World Culture Forum. 55
  • 56. L Key Ministers for Culture 9. H.E. FELIPE M. DE LEON, JR. Chairman and Commisioner, National Commission for Culture and Arts of Republic of Philippines. He is a Professor of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines where he teaches humanities, aesthetics, music theory and Philippine art and culture. His experience as a cultural administrator/manager is extensive and widely recognized. He was Commissioner and Head of the Subcommission for the Arts of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the Chairman of its National Committee for Music from 2004-07. 10. H.E. Maria Teresa Franco Director General of the National Anthropology and History of Mexico. Institute for 56
  • 57. L Key Ministers for Culture 11. H.E. Maria Isabel de Jesus Ximenes Secretary of State for Arts and Culture, Ministry of Tourism, The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. 57
  • 58. SYMPOSIA
  • 59. M Symposia 1: Holistic Approach to Culture in Development Ms. Alissandra Cummins, Barbados (Moderator) NATCOM and Chairperson, UNESCO Executive Board & SIDS High Level Leadership Mr. Rick West, USA President and CEO, The Autry, USA. (Founding Director Emeritus National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution) Mr. Jean Couteau, Indonesia Culture Expert, multi-lingual writer and columnist 59
  • 60. M Symposia 1: Holistic Approach to Culture in Development Ms. Bussakorn Binson (Thailland) Associate Professor of Music at Chulalangkorn University’s Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts Bangkok, Thailand Ms. Nanda Wickramasinghe, Srilanka Secretary for Ministry of Heritage, Sri Lanka Mr. Frank J. Hoff President of Atlantis Publications, The under-study of Prof. Dr. Arysio Santos. 60
  • 61. M Symposia 1: Holistic Approach to Culture in Development Mr. Radhar Panca Dahana, Indonesia He started his debut as a writer at the age of 10 years old through his short story in famous daily newpaper “Harian Kompas”. He became heads of several media companies before he became lecturer in University of Indonesia Ms.Lynne Patchett, UK Chief of Culture, Executive Unit, UNESCO Headquarter 61
  • 62. M Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Mr Hans d’Orville (Moderator) Assistant Director-General for Bureau of Strategic Planning (BSP), UNESCO Mr. Nur Hassan Wirajuda, Indonesia (Keynote) Former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Indonesia Ms, Nadia Al-Sakkaf , Yemen Editor-in-chief of the Yemen Times, the most widely read newspaper in Yemen 62
  • 63. M Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Mr. Goenawan Mohamad, Indonesia Indonesian poet, founder and editor of Tempo magazine Ms. Yasmin Khan, UK Expert in gender mainstreaming through Intergeneration transformations of the cultural sector, independent curator of Inclusive Museum Mr. Jordi Pascual, Spain Coordinator - Agenda 21 for culture, (UCG's Commitee on culture) Institut de cultura - Ajuntament de Barcelona 63
  • 64. M Symposia 2: Civil Society and Cultural Democracy Mr. Mark Miller, UK He is the Convenor of Young People's Programmes a Tate's London sites Mr. Emha Ainun Najib, Indonesia Indonesian writer and national award winner “Satyalancana” in culture from The Ministry of Culture and Tourism 64
  • 65. M Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics Mr. Hubert Gijzen, Netherlands (Moderator) UNESCO Regional Director and Representative Mr. Mohammad Jusuf Kalla, Indonesia (Keynote) Indonesian politician who was the 10th Vice President of Indonesia Mr. James J. Fox, Australia Frequent consultant to Indonesian Government who worked on the first Micro Finance program in Indonesia 65
  • 66. M Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics Ms. Rana Amirtahmasebi, USA Urban planner, working at the Urban Development and Resilience Unit of the World Bank, related to urban regeneration and land. Mr. Eros Djarot, Indonesia Wellknown Indonesian songwriter, movie director and politician Mr. David Throsby, Australia Eminent Economist, Author, UN/UNESCO Principal Adviser on Cultural Economics 66
  • 67. M Symposia 3: Creativity and Cultural Economics Mr. Garin Nugroho, Indonesia Indonesian film maker and winner of variousmovie awards. He was commissioned by the government of Austria to make a film for the 250th anniversary of Mozart’s birth Mr. Alexander Sysoenko, Russia He was vice-director at ROSIZO Museums and Exhibitions Center. His current position is Director at Russian Museum for Decorative and Applied Art. Mr. Edi Swasono, Indonesia Professor in Economics at the University of Indonesia. He was a member of People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) of the Emissary Group of New Order Administration. 67
  • 68. M Symposia 4: Culture and Environmental Sustainability Ms. Erna Witoelar, Indonesia (Moderator) Former Indonesian Minister of Human Settlements and Regional Development (1999-2001), former UN Special Ambassador for MDGs in Asia Pacific (2003-07) Prof. Renato Flores, Brazil (Keynote) Professor, EPGE Special Aide to the President Head, Intelligence Unit of the Presidency FGV, Rio de Janerio, Brazil Mr. Emil Salim, Indonesia Economist and former Minister for the Environment of Indonesia 68
  • 69. M Symposia 4: Culture and Environmental Sustainability Ms. Ngaire Blankenberg, France Planner and urban sustainable development expert with in depth culture experience in several cities of the world Mr. Anak Agung Gde Agung, Indonesia Former Indonesian Minister of Social Welfare, Culture Expert Ms. Yusria Abdel Rahman First female conservation director and outstanding youth culture in development expert 69
  • 70. M Symposia 4: Culture and Environmental Sustainability Mr. Slikkerveer, The Netherlands University of Leiden Mr. Thomas Schaaf, Germany Former Head of Division of Ecological and Earth Sciences, Programme on Man and the Biosphere, UNESCO Mr. Khaliffa Sall, Senegal Mayor of Dakar 70
  • 71. M Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development Mr. Augusto Villalon, The Philippines (Moderator) International Council on Monuments and Sites, Manila, Philippines Ms. Minja Yang, Japan (Keynote) Director for the Asia- Pasific Region and of the Information and Documentation Unit, UNESCO Dr. Mohamad Basyir Ahmad, Indonesia Mayor of Pekalongan, Central Java 71
  • 72. M Symposia 5: Sustainable Urban Development Ms. Kigge Hvid, Denmark Artistic and Director and CEO of the leading Biennale INDEX Design to Improve Life which has engaged with design, culture in development across 79 countries Ms. Hlaing Maw Oo Hock, Myanmar Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development, Author Mr. Ratish Nanda, India Projects Director of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, New Delhi, India Ms. Sabina Santarossa, Singapore Director of Cultural Exchange (ASEF) 72
  • 73. M Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building Dr. Clarence G. “C.G.” Newsome, USA (Moderator) National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Board of Trustees of Duke Divinity School Prof. Dr. Azyumardi Azra, Indonesia (Keynote) Professor of history at Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN or State Islamic University),Jakarta Ms. Chun Hyun Kyung, USA Korean Christian theologian, Author of “Struggle to be the Sun Again: Introducing Asian Women's Theology”, South Korea Rabbi Jeremy Jones, Australia Lawyer and Well Known promoter of Interfaith Dialogue Sydney, Australia 73
  • 74. M Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building Ms. Luh Ketut Suryani, Indonesia A Balinese Psychiatrist, Meditation Teacher, Healer, University Professor, Indonesia Mr. Sharif Istvan Horthy, Hungary Chairman of the Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace, International Think-Tank and Research Centre Mr. KH. Masdar Farid Mas’udi, Indonesia 74
  • 75. M Symposia 6: Inter-Faith Dialogue and Community Building Michael Hitchcock, Moderator Culture expert and Indonesian specialist Seiichi Kondo, Japan Mr. Kondo was Director-General, Department of Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, and Permanent Delegate of Japan to UNESCO (2006-2008). 75
  • 76. N Steering Committee 1. Mohammad Nuh Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan 11 Arief Rachman Ahli Pendidikan 21 Jim Supangkat Budayawan / Seniman / Kurator 2 Azyumardi Azra Budayawa, UIN 12 Bambang Sugiharto Budayawan UNPAD 22 KH Mustafa Bisri Tokoh Agama 3 Joop Ave Tokoh Nasional / Budayawan 13 Deddy Mizwar Seniman / Tokoh perfilman 23 Radhar Pancadahana Budayawan 4 Meutia Hatta Budayawan, UI 24 S Budhisantoso Budayawan UI 5 I Gde Ardika Budayawan 25 Slamet Rahardjo Seniman / Tokoh Perfilman 26 Sri Edi Swasono Budayawan / Ahli Ekonomi UI 27 Taufik Abdullah Sejarawan LIPI 28 Taufik Ismail Sastrawan / Budayawan 29 Taufik Rahzen Budayawan 6 7 8 Wiendu Nuryanti Wakil Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Bidang Kebudayaan) Wardana Wakil Meteri Luar Negeri Ainun Na'im Sekretariat Jenderal Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Edi Sedyawati 14 Budayawan UI 15 16 17 18 Frans Magnis-Suseno Tokoh Agama Goenawan Mohammad Budayawan / Seniman Heddy Shri Ahimsa Putra Budayawan UGM Ketut Suastika Rektor Universitas Udayana 9 Ukus Kuswara Sekretariat Jenderal Kementerian Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif 19 I Made Mangku Pastika Gubernur Provinsi Bali 30 Toety Heraty Nurhadi Satrawan, UI 10 Anak Agung Gde Agung Budayawan 20 I Made Rai Rektor ISI Bali 31 Yudi Latief Budayawan Universitas Paramadina 76
  • 77. O Participants DELEGATES & SPEAKERS Num. I Category Updated on: Friday, 1 Nov 2013 Estimated Confirmed SPEAKERS 1 GUEST OF HONOUR (HEAD OF STATES) 4 1 2 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 3 3 3 MINISTERIAL FORUM 28 12 4 INTERGOVERMENTAL ROUNDTABLE 8 4 5 NGO ROUNDTABLE 7 6 6 SYMPOSIA (1-6, INCLUDING MODERATORS AND KEYNOTES) 46 42 TOTAL SPEAKERS 96 68 II INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS 1 UNESCO JAKARTA 4 4 2 UNESCO HQ AND FIELD 8 8 3 STRATEGIC PARTNER COUNTRIES 28 11 4 AMBASSADORS IN INDONESIA 98 4 5 LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 94 4 6 INVITED COUNTRIES 244 6 100 100 576 137 7 14. INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC PARTICIPANTS Domestic Participants PARTICIPANTS TOTAL INTERNATIONAL 77
  • 78. O Participants DELEGATES & SPEAKERS Num. III Category Updated on: Friday, 1 Nov 2013 Estimated Confirmed NATIONAL PARTICIPANTS 1 DPR (PEOPLE‟S REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL) 10 10 2 ANGGOTA DPD (LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL) 3 3 3 OTHER MINISTRIES 6 6 4 MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE 53 53 5 KNIU (INDONESIAN NATCOM FOR UNESCO) 2 2 6 CULTURE SPECIALIST 94 8 7 GOVERNORS FROM PROVINCES IN INDONESIA 34 5 8 CULTURAL TECHNICAL OPERATIVE UNIT (UPT) a. BALAR 10 10 b. BPCB 10 10 c. BNPB 6 6 NATIONAL EXPERT TEAM OF PROTECTED CULTURAL SPACE 28 9 10 PROVINCIAL OFFICERS OF BALI 11 20 20 NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC PARTICIPANTS (Registrants 2500 persons) 100 100 TOTAL NATIONAL PARTICIPANTS 376 261 1050 575 TOTAL PARTICIPANTS 78
  • 79. P Venues Nusa Dua. P.O. Box 36, Nusa Dua Beach 80363 Bali, Indonesia Tel : (62 361) 771 906 Fax. (62 361) 772 047 BICC has risen to the challenge. That is why so many world meetings and conventions made this their first choice. With exceptional conference facilities catering to international conferences and world summits to corporate conventions and exhibitions, BICC is the pride of Nusa Dua with facilities and services that rival anywhere in the world. Indoor and outdoor venues, both on site or in a location of your choice, can be catered to with BICC¡¦s internationally renowned level of quality service and attention to detail. Meeting facilities can easily be arranged for a wide spectrum of requirements and needs; be it a small scale company presentation or a private power breakfast to a full blown international conference with delegates from all over the world. 17 meeting rooms, 2,700 square meters exhibition space, Exclusive bonded warehouse, Built-in and portable simultaneous interpreter system, 10 meter ceiling in Nusa Indah Hall, Secretariat Offices, Ballroom Foyer (air-conditioned with natural lighting), Auditorium with 506 seats and built-in stage, Broadband internet access in all meeting rooms, Wi-Fi connection, Dedicated Convention Services and Audio Visual Team. 79
  • 80. P       Venues Designed and built by Nyoman Nuarta, one of Indonesia‟s foremost sculptor, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue or GWK andits pedestrian building will be standing 150 meters tall with its wings span 64 meters across. With little rainfall and open to fresh tropical breeze, GWK facilities are ideal for all types of events, be it private of public, small or big, local or international. The first class acoustic environment of the 800 seat Amphitheater is peerless venue for intimate cultural performance. Enclosed by enormous limestone pillars with the Garuda figure as a backdrop, the dramatic Lotus Pond area has capacity at 7500, like the ceremonial boulevard of Balinese village. The Street Theater is suitable for processions, fashion show, and other mobile performances. The most intimate space, the Plaza KuraKura can hold 200 participants. In addition to the open public spaces, the Exhibition Gallery provides 200 square of covered area as well as ten square meter internal open courtyard. The newest venue in GWK is Indraloka Garden. With a beautiful view, it is one of the most appealing place for wedding and dinner party. 80
  • 81. P Venues Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali P.O Box 36. Nusa Dua Bali 80363 Phone : +62 361 7711906 Meeting Facilities cater to a wide spectrum of requirements and needs: be it a small company presentation to a full scale international conference: 20 meeting rooms, most of them offering natural daylight, 2.700 square meters of exhibition space, Exclusive bounded warehouse, Largest ballroom in Bali, Built in and portable simultaneous interpreter system, Ballroom with foyer with air conditioning and natural lighting, Auditorium with 506 seats, built in cinema size screen, Broadband internet access in all meeting rooms, Wi-fi connection throughout the resort and conference centre, Expert service and audio visial team. 81
  • 82. R ALTERNATIVE MEDIA PARTNERS DAILY 1. Kompas 2. Media indonesia 3. Bisnis Indonesia 4. Koran Jakarta 5. Jurnal Nasional 6. Bali Post 7. The Jakarta Post 8. The Jakarta Globe 9. Investor Daily 10. Indo Pos 11. Warta Kota 12. Kedaulatan Rakyat 13. Pikiran Rakyat 14. Koran Tempo 15. Kontan 16. Suara Pembaruan 17. Sinar Harapan 18. Suara Karya 19. Seputar Indonesia 20. Republika 21. Indonesia Shang Bao 22. Rakyat Merdeka 23. Indonesia Finance Today Online 1. Kompas.com 2. Viva News 3. Detik.com 4. Tourism Network 5. Okezone 6. Tribun News 7. Antara 8. Mahasiswa.com 9. Indonesia. Travel 10.Tempo Interaktif Televisi 1. Metro TV 2. Kompas TV 3. RCTI 4. SCTV 5. ANTV 6. Global 7. Trans TV 8. Trans 7 9. Indosiar 10. Jak TV 11. Sindo TV 12. TV One 13. Net TV 12. TVRI 13. TV 3 Malaysia International Media: 1. Reuters 2. Associated Press 3. The Jakarta Shimbun 4. BBC 5. ABC Australia 6. Bernama 7. Straits Times 8. Time Indonesia 9. The Yoimuri Shimbun 10. South China Morning Post 11.Bloomberg Indonesia Radio 1. RRI Pro 2. Cakrawala 3. VOI 4. Elshinta 82
  • 83. WCF Secretariat for Registration and Information: Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia Building A, 2nd Floor Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Senayan, Jakarta 10270, Indonesia Phone: +62-21-3611 3104 | Fax: +62-21-572 5048 email: secretariat@wcfina.org www.wcfina.org