On 25 July 2018, The SMERU Research Institute organized a book launch and seminar titled “Employment and Re-Industrialization in Indonesia”. The book is written by Dr. Zulfan Tadjoeddin (Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University) and Prof. Anis Chowdhury (Adjunct Professor, Dean's Unit School of Social Sciences & Psychology).
On 3 July 2018 the RISE Program in Indonesia (RISE), in cooperation with the Research and Development Board of the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture (Balitbang Kemdikbud), held a Seminar on "RISE Update Program in Indonesia" at the Graha 1 Meeting Room, Building A, 2nd Floor, Ministry of Education and Culture Office, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Senayan, Central Jakarta.
The forum was aimed at facilitating a policy dialog as well as an exchange of information about good practices and experiences between policymakers, researchers, development partners, and other stakeholders. Through this forum, it is expected that relevant stakeholders can get inputs to inclusive policy formulation and economic development, especially for South Sulawesi.
On January 17, 2018, Dr. Asep Suryahadi (director of The SMERU Research Institute) and Ridho Al Izzati (SMERU’s junior researcher) conducted a presentation on the “Poverty Reduction Strategies and Programs in Central Java Province" for Ir. Sunaryo, MURP, Ph.D (Special Staff of the Governor of Central Java).
The SMERU Research Institute, yang berkantor di Jakarta, akan melakukan kegiatan survei sekolah daerah terpencil di lima kabupaten di Provinsi Kalimantan Barat dan Nusa Tenggara Timur. Untuk kegiatan tersebut The SMERU Research Institute akan merekrut tenaga Enumerator dan Editor Data untuk survei Sekolah dan Rumah Tangga.
For this coming October 2017, the SMERU Research Institute will be the host of Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) Seminar Series.
FKP is a consortium consisting of various institutions in Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesia Project, holds a series of research based policy forums discussing research outcomes related to topical policy issues in Indonesia.
These forums are free and open to the public.