PAIR Digital Summit 2020
The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is proud to present its first annual summit. Join us to hear directly from our team of researchers and policy experts about the sustainable and inclusive development of the province of South Sulawesi.
The Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) is the AIC’s core research activity, bringing together researchers from both countries to help improve the economic and human development of South Sulawesi and its community.
Across four days the lead researchers and members of the expert advisory panel will provide insights on the PAIR areas of focus: seaweed, transport and logistics; youth development and public health. The research projects within these areas are designed to generate evidence to inform policy and programming decisions to support the province’s inclusive and resilient growth. They provide possible solutions to nation-wide development challenges in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
Each day of the summit will include a policy forum discussing key topics with experts from industry, government, NGO and local community perspectives. This will be followed by a research forum where researchers will showcase their project findings so far, and plans for the years to come.
Key figures from the Indonesian Government, the South Sulawesi Government, and the Australian Government will deliver remarks throughout the summit.
Connectivity, People and Place
The Summit will be held live on Zoom and you are encouraged to submit questions prior to the event to engage with the presenters. All presentations will be made available for viewing after the event.