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The “High Level Dialogue on Indo-Pacific Cooperation: Towards a Peaceful, Prosperous and Inclusive Region” will be taking place in Jakarta on 20 March 2019. It will serve as a dynamic and interactive dialogue platform for deeper and more inclusive cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. Specifically, the High-level Dialogue aims to discuss various initiatives and concepts of cooperation in the Pacific and Indian Oceans and Rims, leading to mutually beneficial concrete cooperation and collaboration, based on the principles of openness, transparency, inclusiveness, and respect for international law.

For decades, Indo-Pacific region has been the center of global growth. The sustainable development of countries in the region have resulted in new dynamics which marked, among others, by the rise of some new regional and even global powers potentially contribute to the peaceful and prosperous region. The rise of countries in Indo-Pacific region poses enermous opportunities as well as challenges. The region as well as global community shares the common interest such development could be sustainable in the future. Facing such dynamics, recently various concept has been put forward on how to address the challenges and opportunities.

There are some initiatives proposed by various countries, including ASEAN member countries, Australia, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and the United States.

Indonesia has been proposing a concept on Indo-Pacific which found its momentum with the inception of the global maritime fulcrum. Indonesia observes the aforementioned initiatives have created opportunity for synergy.

PARTICIPANTS
No. Countries No. Countries
1 Australia 10 Laos
2 United State of America 11 Malaysia
3 Brunei Darussalam 12 Myanmar
4 Philippines 13 Russia
5 India 14 New Zealand  
6 Indonesia 15 Singapore
7 Japan 16 China
8 Cambodia 17 Thailand
9 Republic of Korea 18 Viet Nam

 

Thursday, 06 December 2018 06:23

Registration Form - Committee - Closed

Online registration has been closed. 

Online registration has been closed.  

 

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 04:03

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Tuesday, 23 October 2018 09:57

Bali Democracy Forum XI Observers

OBSERVERS
No. Countries No. Countries
1 Algeria 38 FYROM
2 Andorra 39 Madagascar
3 Argentina 40 Mauritania
4 Austria 41 Mauritius
5 Belarus 42 Mexico
6 Belgium 43 Morocco
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina 44 Montenegro
8 Brazil 45 Mozambique
9 Bulgaria 46 Namibia
10 Canada 47 Netherlands
11 Chile 48 Nigeria
12 Colombia 49 Norway
13 Costa Rica 50 Panama
14 Croatia 51 Peru
15 Cuba 52 Poland
16 Cyprus 53 Portugal
17 Czech 54 Romania
18 Denmark 55 San Marino
19 Ecuador 56 Senegal
20 Egypt 57 Serbia 
21 Estonia 58 Slovakia
22 Ethiopia 59 Slovenia
23 Finland 60 Somalia
24 France 61 South Africa
25 Germany 62 Spain
26 Ghana 63 Sudan
27 Greece 64 Suriname
28 Guyana 65 Sweden
29 Hungary 66 Switzerland
30 Ireland 67 Tanzania
31 Italy 68 Tunisia
32 Kenya 69 Ukraine
33 Latvia 70 United Kingdom
34 Liberia 71 United States
35 Libya 72 Venezuela
36 Lithuania 73 Zimbabwe
37 Luxembourg    

 

No. International Organizations
1 African Union
2 African, Carribean and Pacific Group of States
3 Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN)
4 Community of Democracies (CoD)
5 European Union (EU)
6 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
7 International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA)
8 Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG)
9 Pacific Islands Forum (PIF)
10 United Nations (UN)

 

Tuesday, 16 October 2018 13:42

Bali Democracy Forum XI Participants

PARTICIPANTS
No. Countries No. Countries
1 Afghanistan 30 Myanmar
2 Armenia 31 Nauru
3 Australia 32 Nepal
4 Azerbaijan 33 New Zealand
5 Bahrain 34 Oman
6 Bangladesh 35 Pakistan
7 Bhutan 36 Palau
8 Brunei Darussalam 37 Palestine
9 Cambodia 38 Papua New Guinea
10 China 39 Philippines
11 Fiji 40 Qatar
12 Georgia 41 Russia
13 India 42 Samoa
14 Iran 43 Saudi Arabia
15 Iraq 44 Singapore
16 Japan 45 Solomon Islands
17 Jordan 46 Sri Lanka
18 Kazakhstan 47 Tajikistan
19 Kiribati 48 Thailand
20 Korea 49 Timor-Leste
21 Kuwait 50 Tonga
22 Kyrgyzstan 51 Turkey
23 Laos 52 Turkmenistan
24 Lebanon 53 Tuvalu
25 Malaysia 54 United Arab Emirates
26 Maldives 55 Uzbekistan
27 Marshall Islands 56 Vanuatu
28 Micronesia 57 Viet Nam
29 Mongolia 58 Yemen

 

The Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD) was inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Indonesia in conjunction with the inauguration of the first Bali Democracy Forum on 10 December 2008.

The IPD serves as the official partner of the Bali Democracy Forum. Its role among others is to provide academic and technical support, within the framework of cooperation in capacity building, joint research, and network-building, for democratic communities in the region.

More about IPD: www.ipd.or.id

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