Ambassador Seminar Series on “Strengthening Japan and ASEAN Relations on the Occasion of ASEAN’s 50th Anniversary: Can Japan remain relevant to ASEAN?”
This year ASEAN will celebrate its 50th anniversary. One area which deserves examination is ASEAN achievements in terms of fostering greater cooperation with its external partners, one of which is Japan. The cooperation covers a wide range of issues, from economic, political-security, to socio-cultural issue. While Japan and ASEAN have done a lot of things, cooperation between them can still be further enhanced. Moreover, future cooperation shall also take into account the recent global challenges such as anti-globalization, rise of nationalism and protectionism, terrorism, illegal migration, etc. Addressing these issues will not only be beneficial for Japan and ASEAN but also for the broader region as well.
H. E. AMB. KAZUO SUNAGA,
(AMBASSADOR OF JAPAN TO ASEAN)
PROF. DR. DEWI FORTUNA ANWAR,
(CHAIR OF THE INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS, THE HABIBIE CENTER)
MS. RAHIMAH ABDULRAHIM,
(EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE HABIBIE CENTER)
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
The Habibie Center Building
Jl. Kemang Selatan No. 98 Jakarta Selatan 12560
Please confirm your attendance before 16 May 2017.
RSVP is required. To RSVP please click bit.ly/japan-asean
(email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0217817211/ fax 0217817212 at The Habibie Center)