• Webinar ID : 998 8766 0807
  • Webinar Passcode : 556892

A Strategic Partnership in Science and Innovation Policy

The Covid-19 outbreak has massively affected the socioeconomic systems of a country. In mitigating the pandemic’s impact, states have different strategies, and scientific organizations and science policymakers responding differently; Indonesia and the Netherlands are no exception. One of the major lessons learned was that scientific communities and science policymakers had played an important part. In addition to providing scientific advice, it is significant to emphasize the deal-in and mobilization of the Science, Technology, and Innovation groups. Without adequate cooperation between ministries and other relevant institutions, the possibility of inefficiency or lack of opportunity may result in slower development and economic inefficiencies. Governments should learn from each other to strengthen the various policy bodies’ strategic coordination related to COVID-19 research and innovation.

Strategic Partnership in Science and Innovation Policy emerges as a critical role in minimizing the pandemic’s immediate impacts on governments, businesses, and civil society. Responding to this matter, Indonesia and the Netherlands organized a session to explore and discuss the possibility of both countries’ strategic partnership. As known, Indonesia and the Netherlands have long-standing cultural and historical ties. By seeking smart solutions for a sustainable future, both countries are keen to reinforce their future-oriented cooperation in solve the outbreak, primarily through science.

Ali Ghufron Mukti
Chairman of COVID-19 Research and Innovation Consortium, Ministry of Research and Technology/National Agency of Research and Innovation

Professor Ali Ghufron Mukti, formerly the Director-General of Resources for Sciences, Technology and Higher Education in the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, is committed to research into the epidemiology, health insurance, managed health care and health financing, as an international expert with more than 40 journals published since the 1990s. He is now Read more…

    Anita Hardon
    Full Professor, University of Amsterdam - Chair of NWO (Dutch Research Council) Social Sciences and Humanities - Science Executive Board Member, Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD)

    Prof. Anita Hardon Trained as a medical anthropologist and biologist, Anita Hardon has been engaged in ambitious multi-level, multi-sited and often interdisciplinary studies on immunization, new reproductive technologies, and AIDS medicines that have generated important ethnographic insights on the appropriation of these technologies in diverse social-cultural settings, their efficacy in everyday life, the role of Read more…

      Dudi Hidayat
      Director of the Research Center for STI Policy and Management, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)

      Dr. Ir. Dudi Hidayat, MSc is currently the Director of the Research Center for STI Policy and Management, one of the research centers under the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. He graduated from the University of Indonesia with a Ph.D. in Public Administration. Previously he holds a Master’s degree in Science and Technology Policy from the Read more…

        Mirjam van Reisen
        Professor International Relations, Innovation and Care, Tilburg University and Professor Computing for Society at Leiden Centre for Data Science, University of Leiden

        Mirjam van Reisen is Professor International Relations, Innovation and Care at Tilburg University and Professor Computing for Society at Leiden Centre for Data Science, at the University of Leiden. She leads the organisation EEPA in Brussels. Mirjam van Reisen is also a member of the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs and Chair of the Read more…

          Wiebe Bijker
          Maastricht University

          Wiebe Bijker is Professor emeritus at Maastricht University and Proofessor of Technology and Society at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. He has been chair of NWO-WOTRO and currently is chairing the selection committee of the National Research Agenda research program of The Netherlands.



            Click button below to continue register this session.



            session Detail
            • Start Date
              Thursday 26, 2020 3:00 PM
            • End Date
              Thursday 26, 2020 4:10 PM
            • Status
            • Location