Building U.S.-Indonesia Mutual Understanding Since 1994

Summer Studies 2019

The USINDO Summer Studies 2019 has ended! Over the years, the program has been our core educational program providing young Americans with in-country language and cultural experience in Indonesia. The sumary of the students activities in Summer Studies 2019 is being summarized through a notice down below.  

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USINDO and AmCham Host U.S. Congressional Delegation

The U.S. – Indonesia Society (USINDO) and AmCham Indonesia hosted a luncheon discussion in Jakarta August 1 for a six-person U.S. Congressional delegation. Highlighting the theme of expanding U.S.-Indonesia trade and investment, the discussion was held jointly with a large number of U.S. and Indonesian business leaders. Coordinating Minister General Luhut Pandjaitan was Featured Speaker. The…

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Special Open Forum Luncheon with Governor of Jakarta, Dr. Anies Baswedan

On July 15th 2019, USINDO held a Special Open Forum Luncheon with Guest of Honor, Governor of Jakarta, Dr. Anies Baswedan in Washington D.C. In this opportunity, Governor Baswedan shared Jakarta’s development, economic, and social challenges and its progress on tackling these issues. Baswedan discussed about solutions undertaken to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution…

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USINDO Awards the Prestigious 2019 Edward E. Masters Fellowship to Rikianarsyi A. N. Wirantoputri

Ms. Rikianarsyi A. N. Wirantoputri was awarded the 2019 Edward E. Masters Fellowship after a very competitive selection process. She currently serves as a Foreign Service Officer at the Directorate of ASEAN Political and Security Cooperation (Sub-directorate of Legal and Human Rights Affairs), Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She was chosen as the Chief of…

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Executive Luncheon Discussion with Indonesia’s Minister of Law and Human Rights, H.E. Dr. Yasonna Laoly – May 31, 2019

On May 31, USINDO invited Dr. Yasonna Laoly to speak with selected U.S. Government officials and Indonesia’s stakeholders in Washington. The theme of this luncheon discussion is “Indonesia After the April 17 Election: The Present Outlook.” Guests had opportunities to ask questions on law and human rights issues related to the recent Indonesia’s presidential election.…

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USINDO DC Open Forum with Dr. R. William Liddle: “Indonesia’s Elections: What do the Latest Polls Show?” – March 14, 2019

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