ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum Programme 2019

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PROGRAM M E


ASEAN-AUSTRALIA YOUNG LEADERS FORUM

WELCOME We are incredibly excited to welcome all the delegates, speakers and special guests to the inaugural ASEAN Australia Young Leaders Forum. The ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum was born from the belief that connecting young people through a regional network and empowering them with a deep understanding of ASEAN and Australia relations will advance the relationship into the future. Seeing it all come together has been equally invigorating and humbling. The Forum has been enabled by the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership (AASYP). AASYP is a youth-led initiative to drive dialogue, partnership and innovation between young people aged 18-29 years from across ASEAN and Australia. We envision a generation of influential young leaders equipped with the skills and knowledge to engage with each other and the most pressing issues facing the region. To the whole AASYP team, this Forum is for you! An event of this size does not come together without our partners. We are deeply grateful for our partners who have relentlessly supported the Forum?s vision. Thank you to the Australia ASEAN Council, Australia Mission to ASEAN and Australia Now for always being willing to pick up the phone and help us out. Thank you to our respective universities, The Australian National University and the University of Western Australia, for your continued commitment to the study of Asia and encouraging youth leadership in the region. Thank you to Tokopedia for giving us a home in Jakarta, and for being incredibly helpful every step of the way. Finally, thank you to Asialink for providing expertise not only to our team, but our delegates. Without our partners, this would not have been possible. We are very excited to welcome our inaugural delegates. Each of the delegates has a unique story to tell, and we are very excited to see them apply their expertise to the various challenges that afflict our region. We hope you derive value from the panel discussions, workshops and site visits we have put together. We also hope that the Hackathon provides an environment to build projects for the future of ASEAN-Australia relations.

HAYLEY

CAM ERON

WINCHCOM BE

ALLAN


H.E. AMBASSADOR JANE DUKE Through the Australia-ASEAN Council as part of the Australia Now ASEAN program, the Australian Mission to ASEAN is pleased to support the inaugural ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum (AAYLF). ASEAN sits at the heart of the Indo-Pacific region, geographically, diplomatically, strategically and economically. It is a region of significant economic potential, and taken together one of Australia?s largest trading partners.

H.E. AM BASSADOR JANE DUKE Au st r alian Am bassador t o ASEAN

2019 marks 45 years of Australia?s relations with ASEAN and over that time our relationship has grown into the vital strategic partnership it is today. Understanding how ASEAN and Australia can work together to address challenges and harness opportunities as our region undergoes significant strategic and economic change has never been more important. The AAYLF is an excellent student-led initiative to deepen ties between ASEAN and Australian youth. Bringing over 40 outstanding young leaders from across the region together for an exciting program of speaker panels, cultural activities and skills development workshops, the AAYLF will help our future leaders understand our region, foster intercultural understanding, and build important networks for the future of the ASEAN-Australia Partnership. I congratulate all delegates on their participation in this exciting event and I look forward to engaging in the forum?s discussions and to supporting our future generation of leaders to build friendships across the region.


ASEAN-AUSTRALIA YOUNG LEADERS FORUM

FROM OUR PARTNERS M A JOR PARTNER DR SU-ANN TAN Th e Au st r alian Nat ion al Un iver sit y

Southeast Asia is a strategic geopolitical, economic, and demographic focal point. ASEAN, as the peak regional organisation for Southeast Asia, is emerging as a global convenor and trusted facilitator. On a wide range of issues, we see global actors working with ASEAN to solve pressing regional and extra-regional challenges. Australia has been a long-term partner of ASEAN, and recognises the institution?s importance to Australia and the region. Since its founding in 1946, The Australian National University (ANU) has been committed to understanding and engaging with Asia and the Pacific. As Australia?s national university, ANU maintains world-leading expertise of Australia's region, and devotes its attention to the complex and evolving challenges confronting Australia, its neighbours, and the world. ANU is home to the largest community of academic specialists on Southeast Asia in the world, outside Southeast Asia itself. It plays a vital role in informing public policy and Australia's intellectual engagement on the politics, languages, society, economics and cultures of the region. ANU has trained several generations of Australian diplomats working in Asia, it has trained ministers in many Southeast Asian governments, its researchers have provided expert advice to administrations in both Southeast Asia and Australia and have been engaged with community groups of many kinds. To underscore its commitment to the region, the University established the ANU Southeast Asia Liaison Office in Singapore in 2018. The Office interlinks research and academic partnerships, alumni and community engagement, and philanthropy - with the aim of facilitating the development of research and education partnerships in the region. This Office brings Australia?s national university even closer to region. The Australian National University is proud to be a major partner of the ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum. Initiatives like the Forum play an incredibly important role, not only in engaging young people now, but in fostering a new frontier of leadership. The impressive program, which has been put together by the ASEAN Australia Strategic Youth Partnership will empower delegates to have deep conversations about regional problems, and to design collaborative solutions. We look forward to the lively discussions, and engagement through this Forum.


M A JOR PARTNER

PROFESSOR SHAM IT SAGGAR Un iver sit y of West er n Au st r alia

The rationale for the AAYLF is a compelling one: to develop genuine strategic capacity among young, future leaders in Australia and ASEAN countries so as to better tackle emerging societal problems. The credentials of delegates taking part stands on a pressing need to learn about, and become embedded in, the issues of the region. In addition, the Forum marks a maturing in relations across ASEAN and Australia. Members of the inaugural Forum will rapidly absorb and interpret knowledge and experience from key speakers drawn from policymaking, business, academic, non-profit and cultural sectors. The program has been skilfully designed to allow young leaders to interrogate today?s conventional wisdoms and start sketching a picture of how ASEAN countries and Australia are likely to develop in the next decade. The Forum has amassed a first rate team of delegates, demonstrating real appetite for sharing knowledge and insights across the region. The UWA Public Policy Institute is proud to support this exciting new initiative and looks forward to developing and working with new cohorts of astute, well-informed young leaders.

PENNY BURTT

CAPABILITY PARTNER

Group CEO - Asialink

Few Australians appreciate the importance of ASEAN to Australia's future security and prosperity. With the third largest population in the Indo-Pacific after China and India, the ASEAN community is diverse, fast-growing, young, digitally savvy and in our immediate neighbourhood. We have great assets to build on in our relationship with ASEAN. Australia was ASEAN?s first dialogue partner and, with the ASEAN Special Summit in 2018, the relationship has gone from strength to strength. While our economic engagement is solid, there is still more we can do to drive reciprocal investment and digital cooperation. The ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum is a great opportunity for each of you to deepen your knowledge of the region and create new and vibrant relationships. Our next generation has a key role to play in ASEAN-Australia relations going forward. Stewarding the future of the relationship is a huge and important task ? which now falls to you. Congratulations on your participation in the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership. Make the most of this opportunity ? our future depends on it.


ASEAN-AUSTRALIA YOUNG LEADERS FORUM

29TH NOVEMBER 2019

DAY ONE 08.00 - 09.00

Registration and arrival at Australian Embassy Jakarta

0900 - 09.05

Forum Opening Cameron Allan- Forum Director

09:05 - 09:15 Philippines

Welcome Remarks Ambassador Jane Duke - Australian Ambassador to ASEAN

09:15 - 09:20

Opening Remarks Dr Sue Thompson - Australian National University

09:20 - 09:25

Opening Remarks Professor Shamit Saggar - Director, UWA Public Policy Institute

09:25 - 09:40

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Dato' Lim Jock Hoi - ASEAN Secretary General

09:40 - 09:50

DANCE PERFORMANCE Tari Kembeng Malate - KTF Universitas Indonesia

09.50 - 10.10

Opening Ceremony Photo, Morning Tea

10.10 - 11.30

PANEL DISCUSSION ASEAN-Australia Relations: Future of the Strategic Partnership Hayley Winchcombe - Chair, AASYP (Moderator)

Dr Evi Fitriani - Associate Lecturer, International Relations, Universitas Indonesia

H.E. Ambassador Jane Duke Australian Ambassador to ASEAN

Dr Imran Lum - Director of Islamic Finance, NAB

11.30 - 13.00

Travel to Tokopedia Towers, Lunch

13.00 - 13.30

GET TO KNOW THE DELEGATES

13.30 - 14.00

TOKOPEDIA SITE TOUR Led by Tokopedia

14.00 - 15.00

IN CONVERSATION WITH TOKOPEDIA Edwin Hartanto Mailoa - Strategic Development, Tokopedia

15.00 - 15.15

Coffee Break

15.15 - 16.45

COUNTRY UPDATES Short pre-prepared country presentations by Delegates

16.45 - 17.00

Coffee Break


17.00 - 18.30

SKILLS WORKSHOP Khunapong Khunaraksa - Water Consultant

18.30 - 19.15

Travel to Ambassador's Residence

19:15 - 20.30

AMBASSADOR'S RECEPTION Reception at the Residence of the Australian Ambassador to ASEAN

20.30 - 21.15

Return to Hotel

30TH NOVEMBER 2019

DAY TWO 08.15 - 08.45

Travel to Tokopedia Towers

08.45 - 09.00

WELCOME TO DAY TWO Energizer activity

09.00 - 10.30

PANEL DISCUSSION Economic Pillar: The Opportunities and Impacts of the Digital Economy Nicholas Kittel - Counsellor, Digital Diplomacy, Australian Embassy Jakarta (Moderator)

Iki Sari Dewi - Head of 4 Wheels, Grab Indonesia

Sam Sentana - AVP, Fintech, Tokopedia

Biondi Sanda Sima - Head of Implementation, Jabar Digital Service

Annisa Natalegawa - Partner and Managing Director, Asia Group Advisors

10.30 - 10.45

Morning Tea

10.45 - 12.15

PANEL DISCUSSION Socio-Cultural Pillar: Building Regional Resilience to Disaster Jian Vun - World Bank Jakarta Office DRM Focal Point (Moderator)

Arifin M.Hadi - Head Division of Disaster Management, Red Cross Indonesia

Adelina Kamal - Executive Director, AHA Centre

Louis Henley - First Secretary, Development Cooperation, Australian Embassy Jakarta

Khunapong Khunaraksa - Water Consultant

12:15 - 13.15

Lunch


ASEAN-AUSTRALIA YOUNG LEADERS FORUM

13.15 - 14.45

PANEL DISCUSSION Political-Security Pillar: Countering Terrorism and Radicalisation Natalie Sambhi - Executive Craig Ewers - Team Leader, Director, Verve Research Australia Indonesia (Moderator) Partnership for Justice Professor Shamit Saggar Director, UWA Public Policy Institute

Prof. Raymund Joe Quilop Head of APSC Analysis and Monitoring, ASEAN Secretariat

Gracia Respati - Project Coordinator, Search for Common Purpose Indonesia

14.45 - 15:00

Coffee Break

15.00 - 18.00

SIMULATION ACTIVITY Natalie Sambhi - Executive Director, Verve Research

18.00 - 19:00

Dinner and return to Hotel

1ST DECEMBER 2019

DAY THREE 08.15 - 08.45

Travel to Tokopedia Towers

08.45 - 09.00

WELCOME TO DAY TWO Energizer activity

09.00 - 12.00

HACKATHON SESSION #1 The Australian National University ASEAN-Australia Hackathon - Intro to Design Thinking - Humans & Systems - Framing: Discover & Define

12.00 - 13.00

Lunch

13.00 - 15.00

HACKATHON SESSION #2 The Australian National University ASEAN-Australia Hackathon - Vision to Impact - Empathy Research: Personas and Insights - Delving Deeper: Journey Mapping

15.00- 15.30

Coffee Break


15.30 - 18.00

PROJECT PITCHING The Australian National University ASEAN-Australia Hackathon - Creative Storytelling - Pitching

18.00- 19.00

Dinner and return to Hotel

2ND DECEMBER 2019

DAY FOUR 07.00 - 13.00

Site visits QLUE JAKARTA Shaping cities through smart data and adaptation

ASEAN SECRETARIAT ASEAN Human Development Division, ASEAN-Australia Cooperation, AADCP II

13.00 - 14.00

Lunch

14.00 - 15.30

PANEL DISCUSSION Megatrends: The Future of the Region James Balzer - Delegates Officer, AAYLF

Amelia Fyfield - Country Director, Indonesia, CSIRO

Dr Sue Thompson - Senior Lecturer, Australian National University

Usman Hamid - Executive Director, Amnesty International Indonesia

H.E. Phasporn Sangasubana Permanent Representative of Thailand to ASEAN

15.30 - 16.30

REFLECTIVE EXERCISE Looking beyond the Forum

16.30 - 17.30

CLOSING CEREMONY with Special Guest Gustika Jusuf - UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel

17.30- 19.30

Final dinner


DELEGATES


ASEAN-AUSTRALIA YOUNG LEADERS FORUM

MEET THE DELEGATES

Aditya Arnanda Macquarie University INDONESIA

Elizabeth Banerd Program Officer, Palladium International AUSTRALIA

Leila Bowe Environmental Engineer, WSP Australia AUSTRALIA

Ian Buck Management Consultant, Accenture AUSTRALIA

Lucas Cary University of Western Australia AUSTRALIA

Leeza Chang Assistant Manager, Cambodia Security Exchange CAMBODIA

Ben Duggan Catholic Education Archdiocese, Canberra & Goulburn AUSTRALIA

Joshua Espiritu University of the Philippines Diliman PHILIPPINES

Kate Fletcher University of Western Australia AUSTRALIA

Elise Giles Capability Development Manager,Asialink Business AUSTRALIA

Christian Habla Senior Policy Officer, Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System AUSTRALIA

Cameron Hee University of Western Australia AUSTRALIA

Chen Heang CAMBODIA

Emily Heng Monash University MALAYSIA


Vi Hoang RMIT University VIET NAM

Monika Istanto PwC Consulting Indonesia INDONESIA

Khin Phyu Cyn Kyi Technological University MYANMAR

Jemima Kang University of Queensland AUSTRALIA

Fraser Lawrence Macquarie University AUSTRALIA

Paul Lim Special Officer, Johor State Executive Council MALAYSIA

Htun Linn Thabyay Education Foundation MYANMAR

Qi Siang Ng Yale-NUS College SINGAPORE

Tony Nguyen Vietnam National University - HCM VIET NAM

Clancy O'Donnell Advisor, Australian Trade and Investment Commission AUSTRALIA

Maddison O'Gradey-Lee Macquarie University AUSTRALIA

Tilini Rajapaksa AUSTRALIA

S. Nanthini Research Analyst, Centre for Non-Traditional Security Studies SINGAPORE

Joshua Saunders Griffith University AUSTRALIA


Kay Singhalath United Nations Population Fund LAO PDR

Alex Sivixay National University of Laos LAO PDR

Abigail Slater Australian National University AUSTRALIA

Hana Som Co-Founder, Projek Senyuman Emas BRUNEI

John Swan University of Adelaide AUSTRALIA

Ahmad Syauqie Human Resource Officer, SCOT Brunei BRUNEI

Dana Throssell Australian National University AUSTRALIA

Kantheera Tipkanjanarat Economic Analyst, Bangkok Bank THAILAND

Queenie Pearl Tomaro Political Science Instructor, Mindanao State University VIET NAM

Miguel Vera-Cruz AUSTRALIA

Prued Wahachart Key Account Manager, Lazada Thailand Thailand

Bobby Wen Australian National University AUSTRALIA

Stephanie Zughbi Lawyer, Allens AUSTRALIA


APPRECIATION The inaugural AAYLF has been a mammoth collaborative effort, and wouldn't have been possible without the dedication, passion and creativity of a number of young people from all across Australia and ASEAN. While we would like to express our sincere appreciation to the whole team for the months and hours of hard work that led to this event, particular acknowledgement must go to:

Cameron Allan FORUM DIRECTOR

Nash Mesquita-Mendes AASYP TREASURER

Michael Kelly DELEGATES & WELFARE

David Visser LOGISTICS LEAD

Joshua Gustaf Tangkulung DOCUMENTATION

Danielle Stephenson DELEGATES & WELFARE

Madeleine Broadbridge COMMUNICATIONS LEAD

Sherly Rahayu COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Jesse Elias Christian RAPPORTEUR

Hayley Winchcombe AASYP CHAIR

Alexandra Smith RAPPORTEUR

Racheline Tantular PERTH HUB DIRECTOR

Leonie Nahhas DELEGATES LEAD

Jenny Vuu AASYP COMMUNICATIONS

Lufti Nasution LOGISTICS OFFICER

Christella Fenisianti CONTENT LEAD

Mabda Haerunnisa CONTENT OFFICER

Luthfia Ersyana Dianasari LOGISTICS OFFICER

Thomas Da Jose AASYP SECRETARY

Patrick Stafrace AASYP PARTNERSHIPS

Lauren WIlkins EDUCATION & CAREERS

Edward Wong CONTENT OFFICER

James Balzer DELEGATES & WELFARE

Joshua Dale Santos DELEGATES & WELFARE

LeeBing Tan GRAPHIC DESIGN

Rina Abdullah GRAPHIC DESIGN

And the entire AASYP team



Th e ASEAN-Au st r alia You n g Leader s For u m 2019

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