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Deadline 1 December - International Student Conference on Global Citizenship, 17 - 24 January 2013, Indonesia

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International Student Conference on Global Citizenship
17 - 24 January 2013
Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

The International Student Conference 2013 is the first international conference held by UNPAR International Office and Cooperation, partnering with UNPAR Student Presidential Body and UNPAR Civil Engineering Student Association. UNPAR will work on this conference in order to be held annualy, in accordance with its importance within international society.

In this conference, more than 100 participants (40 UNPAR students and 70 international delegates) from all over the world’s leading universities in South East Asia and the rest of the countries are invited to meet and discuss their roles as global citizens.

Not only workshops and lectures, participants will also enjoy the experience of cultural tour and activities in Bandung and Jakarta, encouraging them to also explore more and share their own cultures to the others.

This conference will be divided into two programs, i.e. Global Terrorism and Water and Environmental Sustainability.
International students will be provided with an accommodation (hotel) throughout the duration of the program. Most meals and transportation from and to the airport as well as between the hotel and the campus will be provided. International students would need to find their own funding for airfare and other living costs (some universities may be willing to sponsor your trip – get in touch with your international office)

The meaning of global citizenship will be described as following:
It is a choice and a way of thinking, in which a national citizen decides to engage in global issues or with different cultures in a local setting.
It is a self-awareness and awareness of others, in which a national citizen will build his own self awareness, to enable him to identify with the universalities of the human experience, thus increasing his identification with fellow human beings and his sense of responsibility toward him.
It is a practice of cultural empathy, by which a national citizen sees questions from multiple perspectives and move deftly among cultures—sometimes navigating his own multiple cultural identities, sometimes moving out to experience unfamiliar cultures.
It is a cultivation of principled decision-making, which entails an awareness of the interdependence of individuals & systems and a sense of responsibility that follows from it.

Global Terrorism: Altering Insecurity, Preventing Terror
• Lectures delivered by Prof. Hajime Nishitani (Hiroshima University), Sydney Jones (International Crisis Group), Representative from ASEAN Secretariat, Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono, the head of Indonesian National Board of Combating Terrorism.
•Personal account from terrorism survivor
•Workshops as regards three aspects of global terrorism, i.e. psychological aspect of global terrorism, political aspect of global terrorism, and human rights aspect of global terrorism.
•Group discussion and formulation of key points to prevent global terrorism and to solve the problem of global terrorism.

Water and Environmental Sustainability: Think Outside The Sink
•Lectures delivered by Prof. R.W. Triweko (Parahyangan Catholic University), Iwan Kridasantausa, Ph.D. (Bandung Institute of Technology, HATHI), Dr. Mukand Singh Babel (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand), and Prof. Yamamoto (Hiroshima University, Japan).
•Site visit to Research Center for Water Resources, Cikapundung riverside and Saguling Dam
•Sharing of research works delivered by Ir. Eko Winar Irianto, MT. (Research Center for Water Resources), Waluyo Hatmoko, M.Sc. (Research Center for Water Resources), and Doddi Yudianto, Ph.D. (Parahyangan Catholic University)
•Dissemination to locals as part of “Bringing the scene to people”
•Group discussion and formulation of key points to protect water and environmental

The International Students Conference on Global Citizenship is designed for highly motivated students and willing to actively participate in intensive academic and cultural program. If you meet bellow criteria, do submit your application form now.
1. Currently enrolled as an undergraduate and/or graduate student in a reputable university.
2. Fluent in English both speaking and writing.
3. If you opt to be a participant of Global Terrorism program, make sure you are interested in international terrorism, international security and peace.
4. If you opt to be a participant of Water and Environmental Sustainability program, make sure you are majoring in Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, or Architecture. You must also understand the notion of global citizenship and environment as well.

There is NO PARTICIPATION FEE for this conference. The organizing committee will cover these following costs:
· Accommodation and transportation during the conference;
· Most of the meals; as described in the agenda
· Field trips and cultural activities;
· Pick-up service from and to airport / bus station / railway station;
· All study materials

Important Dates
· November 1st: online application procedure is launched;
· December 1st: deadline for applications;
· December 5th: results are announced;
· December 10th: deadline for confirmation by selected delegates;
· January 1st: deadline for itinerary and flight tickets submission;
· January 17th-24th: the conference.

For further information and applications, please visit ISC UNPAR 2013 website

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