Day one

Friday 17 June 2016 – Building Blue 1.1.01 Lecture Theatre

8:30am Registration and Networking
9:00am Welcoming Remarks
Nathan Franklin
Charles Darwin University
9:05am Address by Professor Lawrence Cram
Pro Vice Chancellor – Research and Research Training
Charles Darwin University
9:10am Address by Andre Siregar
Head of the Indonesian Consulate
9:20am
Local and National Level Measures to Safeguard Human Rights Under President Joko Widodo

Vannessa Hearman
University of Sydney

Digital Media Battlefields in Indonesia

Ross Tapsell
Australian National University

‘Proxy wars’ and Moral Panics:  the Moral Economy of Street Politics in Indonesia

Ian Wilson
Murdoch University

10:50am Break – Morning Tea – Building Blue 1.1.14
11:10am
Studying Terrorism in Indonesia

Greg Fealy
Australian National University

12:00pm Break – Lunch – Building Orange 6 Indonesia Garden
1:00pm
The Nature of Authority in Fundamentalist Islam and Pancasila: An Irreconcilability of Origins and Destination

Danial Kelly
Charles Darwin University

Abu Bakar Ba’asyir: Messages to the Masses, From JI to IS

Nathan Franklin
Charles Darwin University

2:00pm Break – Afternoon Tea – Building Blue 1.1.14
2:20pm
Understanding Islam in Eastern Indonesia: the Role of Village Imam

Kathryn Robinson
Australian National University

Developing a Relevant and Effective Model of Decentralised Local Governance in Eastern Indonesia

Dennis Shoesmith
Charles Darwin University

Travels in Eastern Indonesia as Reported in the Darwin Press,  1870s-1920s

Steven Farram
Charles Darwin University

3:50pm Close of sessions, day one
6:30-8:30pm Conference Dinner

Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia
20 Harry Chan Avenue, Darwin NT

Registration and payment for the dinner are essential