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Finding the Link between Indonesia's Six Indigenous Ethnic Groups

There are six indigenous ethnic groups that have become the origins of other ethnic groups in Indonesia. These six ethnic groups are spread from the west part to the east part of Indonesia, namely the Mentawai, Batak, Dayak, Toraja, East Nusa Tenggara (represented by Flores), and Papua (represented by Dani) ethnic groups. Although appear different at first glance, all these six groups share a common thread.

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Ethical Politics from the Perspective of Scholars and Practitioners

The government that holds high ethics and morality in carrying out its authority certainly has high accountability and respect for the demands of aspirations and interests of its people. In such a government, the climate of openness, active participation and community empowerment can be realized, as a manifestation of ideas that are now being developed, namely the application of ethics in public service. Seeing the complexity of problems that occur in the practice of organizing public service, efforts in implementing ethics in public service in Indonesia require understanding, comprehensive socialization, and touching all dimensions of problems faced in bureaucracy.

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We are Indonesia’s Future: Millennials and Our Nation’s Cultural Wealth

Culture and communication; both are entities that are bound and reciprocally related. The existence of this relationship makes it important to understand their pattern of connectedness if we want to examine the characteristics of a group or society. Understanding the cultural roots of a community is the key and “weapon” of any community towards realizing their values, beliefs and identity.

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For Millennials, Being Digital Alone is Not Enough

In a world where information, communication, and technology (ICT) progress rapidly and somewhat in an uncontrollable manner, potential threats of unprecedented issues may as well brew along with it. Right in the middle of this disruption are the Millennials; the generation dubbed as the ‘digital generation,’ who will likely give us the nod that they are used to harnessing the digital media. However does this also mean that they are ready for the future challenges that invariably come with it?

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Maritime Southeast Asia and South Asia: Mapping Opportunities and Challenges

On November 28th to December 1st 2016 INADIS in collaboration with the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, the Nippon Foundation of Japan and the Indonesian Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs organized a meeting on “Maritime Southeast Asia and South Asia: Mapping Opportunities and Challenges” in Nusa Dua, Bali. Over 30 maritime experts from Southeast Asia, South Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Europe attended the meeting.

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