Managing The Effective Public Policy

On the occasion of the Indonesia Chairmanship of ASEAN 2023, The Indonesia Society for Public Policy (ISPP/MAKPI) and The ASEAN Foundation (TAF) organize a training program: Public policy literacy and learning for the people of ASEAN countries Communities 2023

Mission

The performance of a country is depending more to the factor of public policy excellence. The other factors, as natural resources, people, capital are still important, however those factors are being a secondary than public policy. Public policy is the “technology” to transform the nation’s potencies into opportunity, then becoming assets and welfare. As the “leveraging factor”, the knowledge and best practices of excellence public policy need to be disseminated and shared among policy makers and policy learners across the countries, to create a common-wave of countries performances.

The performance of a country depends more on the factor of public policy excellence. The other factors, such as natural resources, people, and capital are still important, however, those factors are secondary to public policy. Public policy is the “technology” to transform the nation’s potencies into opportunity, then become assets and welfare. As the “leveraging factor”, the knowledge and best practices of excellent public policy need to be disseminated and shared among policymakers and policy learners across the countries, to create a common wave of countries’ performances.

The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a strongest regional “club” in Asia and Pacific need to have –relatively—the same quality of their public policy. It is a challenge, as the members consisted of diverse capability and therefore its performance. Indonesia, as the ASEAN Chairman 2023 has a call of duty to share the capability in developing the common knowledge and practices in public policy, from the best one into the less performing, so it might be a lesson to learned for everyone.

The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) as one of the strongest regional “clubs” in Asia and the Pacific needs to have –relatively—the same quality of their public policy. It is a challenge, as the members consisted of diverse capabilities and therefore their performance. Indonesia, as the ASEAN Chairman 2023 has a call of duty to share the capability in developing the common knowledge and practices in public policy, from the best one to the less performing, so it might be a lesson to learn for everyone.

MAKPI is the people-based-organization on public policy, abbreviation of the Indonesia Society of Public Policy; a non-for-profit organization which its member consists of the Indonesia scholars and practitioners in public policy. MAKPI as Indonesian people’s-based organization is aiming to contribute to the mission. Therefore, MAKPI in cooperation with the ASEAN Foundation develop a project of “Public Policy Literacy: From Indonesia for ASEAN Community”, with theme of “Managing Effective Public Policy”

The Project

The project will be conduct in a three months of public policy training, managed and funded by the MAKPI and supported by the ASEAN Foundation network. The participants are the young professional of public administration among ASEAN countries and the young public policy lectures of the universities in the ASEAN countries, with maximum of 110 participants. The training will be free for participants. They training series would be conducted online, two times in a week. The training would be 2.5 hours per session, and planned to be conducted on 13.00 – 15.30 West Indonesia Time (WIB).

The project will be conducted in three months of public policy training, managed and funded by MAKPI, and supported by the ASEAN Foundation network. The participants are the young professionals of public administration among ASEAN countries and the young public policy lecturers of the universities in the ASEAN countries, with a maximum of 110 participants. The training will be free for participants. They training series would be conducted online, two times in a week.

The Training Program Time-Table would be managed as below:

 

SessionTopicsLecturerDateTime (West Indonesia Time, Bangkok Time)
1Program IntroductionDr. Riant Nugroho, Chairman of Indonesia Society of Public Policy (ISPP/MAKPI)Thu, July 6, 202313.00 – 15.00
The ASEAN Foundation MissionDr. Piti Srisangnam, Director of The ASEAN Foundation
The Vision of Indonesia Chairmanship on ASEAN 2023Prof. Dr. Mahfud M.D., Coordinating Minister for Politics, Law, and Human Rights of The Republic of Indonesia
The Future of ASEAN: A Public Policy PerspectiveMr. Sidharto R. Suryodipuro, Director General ofASEAN Cooperation, Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Indonesia
2Public Policy for the Developing Countries: Why ASEAN need to Learn?Dr. Riant Nugroho (ISPP/MAKPI)Fri, July 7, 202313.30 – 15.30
3Public Policy & Development: Delivering WelfareMego Pinandito, Ph.D., (Deputy, Indonesia National Research Body/BRIN)Thu, July, 13, 202313.00 – 15.00
4Social Policy: On Poverty AlleviationProf. Gunawan Sumodiningrat, Ph.D. (University of Gadjah Mada)Fri, July 14, 202313.30 – 15.30
5Population Policy: People Based DevelopmentSonni Hari Budiutomo, Ph.D. (Chairman Indonesia Coalition of Demography)Thu, July 20, 202313.00 – 15.00
6Gender Based Policy: Engendering Public PolicyProf. Dr. Ida Widyaningsih, Ph.D (University of Padjajaran)Fri, July 21, 202313.30 – 15.30
7Policy on Administrative Reform: Unfinished BusinessProf. Dr. Eko Prasojo (University of Indonesia)Thu, July 27, 202313.00 – 15.00
8Public Policy toward Business: Creating the Competitive EcosystemProf. Dr. Martani Husaeni (University of Indonesia)Fri, July 28, 202313.30 – 15.30
9Energy Policy: Sustainable & RenewableDr. Donni Yusgiantoro (Indonesia Defense University)Thu, August 3, 202313.00 – 15.00
10Managing Health Policy for the Developing CountryDr. Untung S. Sutarjo, Health Policy SpecialistFri, August 4, 202313.30 – 15.30
11Policy on State Owned Enterprises: Beyond PrivatizationDr. Tanri Abeng, Minister SOEs (1998-1999), Chairman Biofarma Group, Rector Tanri Abeng UniversityThu, August 10, 202313.00 – 15.00
12Tourism Policy: Managing World Class DestinationDr. Anang Sutono, (Bandung Tourism Polytechnics)Fri, August 11, 202313.30 – 15.30
13Policy on Disaster Management: No Easy ChoiceDr. Wignyo Adiyoso (Director, National Planning Agency)Thu, August 24, 202313.00 – 15.00
14Planning on Policy: Excellent StrategyDr. Sumedi Andonomulyo (Director, National Planning Agency)Fri, August 25, 202313.30 – 15.30
15Policy Making: Making HappenFadillah Putra, Ph.D. (University of Brawijaya)Thu, August 31, 202313.00 – 15.00
16Policy Implementing: The Fine ArtsTri Widodo, Ph.D. (Deputy, National Institute of Administration)Fri, September 1, 202313.30 – 15.30
17Policy Controlling: Performance AssuranceProf. Dr. Andy Fefta Wijaya (University of Brawijaya)Thu, September 7, 202313.00 – 15.00
18Discussion I (Singapore, Myanmar)Team Teaching (ISPP/MAKPI)Fri, September 8, 2023
19Discussion II (Malaysia, Cambodia)Team Teaching (ISPP/MAKPI)Thu, September 14, 202313.30 – 15.30
20Discussion III (Brunei, Philippines)Team Teaching (ISPP/MAKPI)Fri, September 15, 202313.00 – 15.00
21Discussion IV (Indonesia, Laos)Team Teaching (ISPP/MAKPI)Thu, September 21, 202313.30 – 15.30
22Discussion V (Vietnam, Thailand, Timor Leste)Team Teaching (ISPP/MAKPI)Fri, September 22, 202313.30 – 15.30
23Conclusion: Alchemy of Policy Making the Effective Public PolicyDr. Riant Nugroho (ISPP/MAKPI)Thu, September 28, 202313.00 – 15.00
24Closing and InaugurationIndonesia Society of Public Policy &
The ASEAN Foundation
Fri, September 29, 202313.30 – 15.30
Training Program Time-Table
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