Background
“Holed in our war-damaged homes after several days, we were trapped and ran out of food. We were starving, while remnants of the invaders are still in a well-fortified enclave with tunnels below and snipers...
Rationale
Action Asia is a network of peacebuilders coming from Asia-Pacific region and beyond, bringing together practitioners, researchers, academes in the field of conflict transformation and peacebuilding in order to provide ongoing support, follow up trainings,...
Schoolarship
Limited scholarship will be available for selected participants and paper presenters. There are two kind of scholarships; full scholarship will cover the whole travel cost, accommodation and perdiem and partial scholarship will cover accommodation during...
Participants
The Forum expects to have a maximum of 200 participants who are Action Asia members, Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) members, civil society organizations especially women-led organizations working on CVE and PVE, representatives from Indonesia...

Registration

The event will be held in Le Meredien Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia

From 16th-18th October 2017

Dateline of registration for International: 24th September 2017

Announcement of selected International participants with full or partial scholarship: 27th September 2017

 

Dateline of registration for national: 10th October 2017

Announcement of selected national participants with full or partial scholarship: 12th October 2017

 

Abstract submission Opening Date: 8th September 2017
Abstract submission closing date: 24th September 2017

Announcement of selected abstract will be on 27th September 2017

Online Register

We received many response from public, who are interested to join this conference. To be able to reach more participants and provide possibilities to bring people with limited access, the organizer decided to apply registration fee. There are three categories of registration fee, they are:
To provide
$100 for AA leaders/members whose international airfare will be subsidized by organize
$50 for AA members who are paying their own international travel
$25 for ALL NON-AA members

 

Participants

The Forum expects to have a maximum of 200 participants who are Action Asia members, Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) members, civil society organizations especially women-led organizations working on CVE and PVE, representatives from Indonesia government agencies [National Agency on Combating Terrorism (BNPT), Coordinator Ministry of Politics, Law and Security, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Religious Affair, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, National Commission on Human Rights, KOMNAS Perempuan, Commission on Child Protection], and representatives from ASEAN and SAARC.

Forum Objectives

The Peacebuilders’ Forum offers a safe avenue for Action Asia members and invited guests both from government and non-government institutions for a shared learning experience through a deepened understanding of the Forum theme, identifying collaborative actions, and reenergizing one another. Participants to the Forum are usually peace practitioners, academes, and researchers, among others. The forum aims at:

  1. Providing a safe space to discuss and reflect through the lens of conflict transformation and peacebuilding the root causes and effects of violent extremism as well as the push and pull factors that intensifies it;
  2. Understanding national, regional and international instruments that address the issues on terrorism and violent extremism and promote holistic and integrated responses that underscore the critical importance of human rights, the rule of law, and community engagement;
  3. Learning best practices of community-based initiatives that collaborate with various stakeholders in responding to violent extremism; and,
  4. Celebrating the vibrancy of the Asian peace movement, and highlighting the success of various interventions.