as a Local Conflict Information Network (LCIN) by facilitating
research collaboration and the exchange of information between
conflict scholars in Indonesia and in the Nordic countries.
consists of researchers and students from universities in Aceh,
Jogjakarta, Moluccan Islands, North Sumatra, Papua, Riau, West
Java and West Kalimantan and from universities and research institutes
in the Nordic countries. The network was established and lead,
to the first five years by the chair of the board of Calx Proclivia.
the coordinators of the natwork are the following.
Leader of the Network, Coordinator of Kalimantan: Prof.
Dr. Syarif Ibrahim Alqadrie, Director, Graduate Studies Program,
Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Tanjungpura.
coordinator: Mr. Delsy Ronnie, Indonesian Peaa Institute.
Islands coordinator: Dr. Nils Ole Buband, Lecturer, Department
of Antropology, University of Århus.
North Sumatra coordinator: Drs. Budi Agustono, Lecturer,
University of North Sumatra.
Papua coordinator: Mr. Naffi Sanggenafa, Dean, Faculty of
Political and Social Sciences, Universitas Cenderawasih.
Riau coordinatior: Drs. Syofan Samad, Dean, Faculty of Politics
and Social Sciences, Universitas Riau.
West Java coordinator: Dr. Pius Suratman Kartasasmita,
Rector, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan.
Coordinator of the international support operations: Dr. Timo Kivimäki, Docent (Associate
Professor), and Senior Researcher, Nordic Institute of Asian
Research collaboration: Joint publications,
exchange of publications and drafts.
within a research project commissioned for the Parahyangan University
of Bandung by the Indonesian Foreign Ministry and within a NIAS
research projects, Commissioned by the Finnish and Danish Foreign
Dr. Pius Suratman Kartasasmita, in NIAS, Copenhagen & Lund
University, September 2001.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, Bandung & USU, Medan, February
2000, March 2002, in UNTAN, Pontianak, April 2003.
Jakob Trane Ibsen, UNPAR, Bandung, June-July 2001, February-April
Yulia Sugandi, NIAS, Copenhagen, May 2002.
Dr. Aleksius Jemadu, NIAS, Copenhagen, June 2002.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, Bandung & UNTAN, Pontianak.
Dr. Syarif Ibrahim Alqadrie, NIAS, Copenhagen, October 2002.
Anak Agung Banyu Perwita, NIAS, Copenhagen, March 2003.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, Bandung & UNTAN, Pontianak,
Sintang & Sanggau, April 2003.
Delsy Ronnie, NIAS, Copenhagen, May-June 2003.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, Bandung & UNTAN, Pontianak,
Sambas, October 2003.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, Bandung & UNTAN, Pontianak
& Landak, January 2004.
Budi Agustono, University of Helsinki, November-December 2003
& NIAS, Copenhagen, January-April 2004.
Nyoman Sudira, NIAS, Copenhagen, April-July 2004 & University
of Helsinki, August-September 2004.
Mason Hoadley, UNPAR, Bandung, November 2004- January 2005.
Timo Kivimäki, in UNPAR, UNCEN, Papua, Bandung & Udayana
University, Denpasar & UNTAN, Pontianak & Sintang, December
2004-January 2005, May 2006, October, March 2007, november,
2007, March 2008.
Symit I. Alqadrie, at NIAS, Copenhagen, Helsinki, August - September
of teaching resources:
ICSN runs a conflict
studies research training program in Indonesia for
the EUAID under the EU-Asia Link Program. Prof. Pius Kartasasmita
supervises the thesis work of Danish scholars, and Dr. Kivimäki
participates in lecturing and tutoring of studies at the Parahyangan
University, Universitas Tanjungpura & Universitas Sumatera Utara.
Since 2007, ICSN has implemented a capacity building and teaching
exchange program betwen University of Tabjungpura, University
of Copenhagen & Univeristy of Helsinki.
series on research methodologies in addition to giving methodological
skills to the students the series also produces raw material
(interviews among Indonesian fighters) for the collaborative
research on Indonesian conflicts.
August-September 2001 (funded by Finnish and Danish Foreign
Ministries and NIAS).
March 2002 (organized in collaboration with Ethnic Conflict
Resolution Studies Network of North Sumatra, ECRSN, funded
by Finnish Foreign Ministry and the NIAS)
August 2002 (funded by Finnish Foreign Ministry and the
April 2003 (funded by the International Media Support
and the Finnish Foreign Ministry).
October 2003 (funded by EuropeAID & West Kalimantan
Pontianak, January 2004 (funded by Finnish Embassy, International
Media Support & West Kalimantan Provincial Government)
January 2004 (funded by Finish Embassy, International
Media Support & UNPAR)
January 2005 (funded by EuropeAID & UNPAR)
2006 (funded by EurpeAid)
2007 ICSN leader has participated in the organisation
of ASEN Education Hub, Conflict Studies Network's conferences.
The next conference wil be held in Banda Aceh on November
Decentralization, Identity and Conflict. Proceedings of NIAS-ICSN
Conference, Copenhagen, August 31-September 1, 2001. Studies in
a Nutshell no. 8, Conflict Transformation Service, Helsinki 2002.
for Conflict Professionals
Indonesian Conflict Studies Network continues to expand. With
a growing need to take the conflict aspect into account in the
planning, implementation and evaluation of development cooperation,
there is a growing need for professionals in aspects of conflict.
This is why the Network is systematically collecting a roster
of specialists in several conflict-related issue areas, and invites
conflict specialists who would be interested in collaborating
with us to submit their CVs and lists of publications and sample
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