Program for Indonesia 2012

Time: Friday, March 9 – Sunday, March 11, 2012

Location: West Wing of Second Floor Hart House

7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3H3

(Map & Direction: http://www.harthouse.ca/contacts)

Stream & Workshop Locations

Stream 1 Health Innovation – Music Room

Stream 2: Natural Resources – Board Room

Stream 3: Agribusiness – South Dining Room

Stream 4: Development Aid to Asia – North Dining Room

March, 9: Friday

12:00 – 1:00   Registration Open (Hart House Music Room)

     1:00 -3:00   pm         Panel Discussion 1: Aid Efficacy and Health Science Innovations

(Organized by the South Asian Development Council)

Dr. Rahim Rezaie 
Dr. Lorna Jean Edmonds 
Dr. Vijaya Sripati  

3-3:30 pm       Refreshments

March 10: Saturday

9: 00 -9:30 am    Breakfast at Hart House Music Room
(Registration for students arriving late)

 9:30 – 9:40 am    Opening Remark

 Dr. Douglas Goold, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada

9:40 – 10:00 am  Introduction to Indonesia
Remi Kanji, Cochair, INDePth
Mimi Liu, Cochair, INDePth

10 am – 12 pm   Panel Discussion 2: The Indonesian Experience

Tania Li, Professor and Canadian Research Chair, Anthropology
Rachel Silvey, Associate Professor, Geography & Planning
Joshua Barker, Associate Professor, Anthropology

12 – 1 pm    Lunch Break

1:00 – 1:30 pm    Speaker: William Hurst, Assistant Professor, Political Science

1:30 – 2:30 pm   Workshop 1

                         Problematizing Development Theories, Themes, and Actors

2: 30 – 3: 30 pm    Unconference Session

3: 30 – 4: 30 pm    Workshop 2: Interrogating Sectors of Development

6: 30 – 9 pm       Dinner, Social, Mixer (Location TBC, Self-covered expense for around 20-25 dollars, Optional)

March 11: Sunday

9:15 – 10 am       Breakfast at Hart House Music Room

10 am – 12 pm     Panel Discussion 3: Practitioner Perspectives

                                  Suzanne Fish, Engineers Without Borders
                                  Jeff Grass, MSF/ Doctors Without Borders
                                  Michael Beeler, Students for International Development

12 – 1 pm                   Lunch Break

1: 05– 2: 05 pm         Workshop 3: Unpacking Policy Puzzles

2: 10 – 3: 10 pm        Unconference Session

3: 15– 4: 15 pm         Workshop 4: New Development Paradigms

4: 20 – 4: 40 pm        Closing Remarks

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