FINDING SCIENTIFIC ANSWERS TO THE 21st CENTURY CHALLENGES FOR FAMILIES, COMMUNITIES, AND PUBLIC POLICY

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BICC, Bali, Indonesia, 12 - 14 December 2018

Welcome to Viable and Operable Ideas for Child Equality (VOICE) Conference, co-hosted by PUSKAPA and the Care and Protection of Children (CPC) Learning Network, with 2018 theme: "Finding Scientific Answer to the 21st Century Challenges for Families, Communities, and Public Policy".

This year will mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.The ratification and adaptation of the UNCRC to national policies have brought significant improvements in many areas of child development such as health and education.However, the work is far from done,and the global landscape is rapidly shifting.Children are surviving to age five at greater rates than ever before, but their quality of life is not yet ensured: fully half othe approximately 1 billion people living on $2 a day or less in our increasingly unequal world. Human society has entered a new period of intense social and economic transformation, upending many old patterns of family, community,national, and international life.There are dangers and opportunities that could impede or support children to thrive.

State interventions as they stand today through policy and professional practices have emerged as a more a coordinated and multi sectoral approach to protect children’s healthy and safe development.Along with that, there is a growing realization that actions for children should no longer be based on good intentions but evidence, and should no longer be responses but also prevention. Now,we see more and more integrated programs being rolled out around the world. Following the world’s commitment to achieve the SDG targets, initiatives towards fulfilling the children-related SDG targets have also emerged.The 17 SDG goals are connected with the lives of childrenand families, therefore children should be at the center of all discussions around SDG.

Countries are currently faced with the challenge of achieving their national targets and the 2030 global SDGs for children while dealing with a rapidly changing and complex environment. As we must be more vigilant to the latest challenges in the area of child protection, this conference will convene interdisciplinary experts, researchers, practitioners, and decision makers in the area of human rights law and activism, public health, education, psychology, anthropology, sociology and social work—and topical expertise that covered child rights, child protection, violence against children, violence against women and girls, psychosocial support, community child protection, social norms change, and others.

Within the broad rubric of children’s rights, child protection, and family welfare, the conference will pay special attention to three themes that are changing how children are growing up in the modern world.

The conference themes include:

  • Children and migration
  • Toxic Social Norms and Values, and
  • Children and technology

Speakers

Meet our Speakers



Howard Taylor

Howard Taylor

Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children

Executive Director

Yanuar Nugroho

Yanuar Nugroho

Executive Office of The President Of Indonesia

Deputy Chief of Staff

Ahmed Mushtaque Raza Chowdhury

Ahmed Mushtaque Raza Chowdhury

BRAC

Vice-Chairperson

Pungky Sumadi

Pungky Sumadi

Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning

Deputy Minister for Population and Labor

Santi Kusumaningrum

Santi Kusumaningrum

PUSKAPA (Center on Child Protection and Wellbeing)

Director

Mark Canavera

Mark Canavera

CPC Learning Network

Director

Arie Setiabudi Soesilo

Arie Setiabudi Soesilo

University of Indonesia

Dean Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

Veronica Yates

Veronica Yates

Child Rights International Network - CRIN

Director

Meiske Demitria Wahyu

Meiske Demitria Wahyu

Sabang Merauke

Co-Founder

Dedy Permadi

Dedy Permadi

SiBerkreasi

Chairman

Astrid Kartika

Astrid Kartika

DFAT

Unit Manager

Pungkas Bahjuri

Pungkas Bahjuri

Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS)

Director for Public Health and Nutrition

Vivi Yulaswati

Vivi Yulaswati

Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS)

Director for Poverty Reduction and Social Welfare

Important Dates

Call for abstracts  :  October 5, 2018
Announcement of acceptance  :  October 19, 2018
Early bird registration  :  August 1 – November 30, 2018
Conference  :  December 12-14, 2018
Schedule



Registration Fee
Students from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 850,000
Students from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 1,275,000
Participants from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 2,125,000
Participants from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 2,550,000

The committee will provide scholarship opportunities for eligible participants. Further information will be provided soon.

All process need to change in IDR. Each transaction will be charged 2.9% + IDR 2,000 if using Credit Card, IDR 4,000 if using Bank Transfer, or IDR 5,000 if using Direct Debit.

More information about payment method can be accessed in F.A.Q.

World Bank country classification by income World Bank


Importance of partnership of policymakers with think-tanks and universities for evidence-based policy-making and conferences like this to amplify “science into action.”

PUSKAPA CPC Learning Network
Pungky Sumadi

Situating Science in Policymaking Experiences From Indonesia.

PUNGKY SUMADI (Deputy Minister for Population and Labor, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia)
Howard Taylor

End Violence Against Children In a Changing World: An Opportunity to Turn Vision Into reality for Every Child

HOWARD TAYLOR (Executive Director, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children)
11:00 AM
CHILDREN, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND MIGRATION: WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAYS

Country in Focus: Keeping Children from Harm in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters in Indonesia.

Astrid Kartika (Unit Manager, Human Development Section, Australian Embassy Jakarta)

Intergenerational climate justice approach on sustainable land-use policies and its role in rethinking children vulnerability: Case from Buntoi Village, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Brurce Mecca

Moderator :Clara Siagian (Senior Researcher, PUSKAPA)

01:30 PM
CHILDREN, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND MIGRATION: WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAY

The Socio-economic characteristics of child migrants in Indonesia.

Marisa Kusuma Putri

Psychosocial Health and Cognitive Skills of Left-Behind Children in Migrant Households: Case Study from Two Kabupaten in Indonesia.

Nila Warda

The RISK MAP of Children left behind by family of migrant worker in West Timor.

Bernadette Tukan

Moderator : Anastasya Wijayanti (IOM Indonesia)

03:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS WORKSHOP : SOCIAL NORMS THEORIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CHILD PROTECTION AND WELL-BEING

Facilitator :Ben Cislaghi (Assistant Professor in Social Norms at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine {Centre for Gender, Health and Violence})

UNICEF
11:00 AM
SPECIAL SESSION : MAKING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WORK FOR CHILDREN HOSTED BY UNICEF Indonesia

Research/Program highlight: Tackling child poverty to achieve SDGs success .

Vivi Yulaswati (Director for Poverty Reduction and Social Welfare, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia)

Research/Program highlight: Comprehensive approach to achieve SDGs targets: Investing in Early Years to Reduce Stunting.

Pungkas Bahjuri (Director for Health and Nutrition, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia)

Research/Program highlight: Partnerships needed to support Indonesia in achieving the SDGs.

Nina Sardjunani (SDGs Secretariat)

Moderator Vania Santoso (Programme Facilitator XL Future Leaders)

01:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAY

Transgression of gender norms and risk of violence for girls and women: Using an innovative method to identify norms in a Nigerian case study.

Ilana Seff

Getting Practical About ‘Enabling Social Environments’: Using Participatory Learning and Action Research to Explore Social Norms within Communities for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Mariam Diakite

Ethical Issues in Designing and Conducting Violence-Prevention Interventions & Studies: Lessons Learned from the Families First Program in West Java.

Monica Ruiz-Casares

Moderator:Dicky Pelupesy (Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia)

03:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: : WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAYS

Violence, well-being and level of participation in formal education among adolescent girls in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo: the role of child marriage.

Debbie Landis

Violence excludes children from their rights to learn.

Ratna Yunita

Child Protection System Development in West Sumba District.

Budhi Utama

Caring for boys affected by sexual violence: a desk based study designed to inform primary research, practice, and policy.

Yaim Chamreun & Kasumi Nakagawa

Moderator : Irwanto (Chair of Board of Advisor PUSKAPA)

11:00 AM
CHILDREN AND TECHNOLOGY: WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAYS

Information Age - Challenges and opportunities for the child protection sector emerging through implementation of e-government reforms in case management.

Anna Nordenmark Severinsson

Girls' Internet Use: A Gender Transformative Approach .

Vinie Puspaningrum

Digital Literacy & Legal Pluralism: Enhancing The Relationship Between Children and Technology in Indonesia.

Rizkina Aliya

Moderator:Moderator : Peter Taback(CPC Advisory Board)

01:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: ACTION TO CHANGE

Fulfilling Child’s Right of Identity by Empowering Family to do Birth Certificate Independently.

Andik Hariawan

When Children Choose to Play in Tobacco Workstation: Understanding the Role of Peer Effect and Voluntarism of Child Labour in Small-scale Tobacco Farming.

Elza Elmira

Improving the Provision of Alternative Family Based Care through Families First Program: Adoption Practice for Abandoned Baby Cases in Kupang.

Berryl Permata Sari

Moderator :Maliki Achmad (Director for Population Planning and Social Protection, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia)

03:30 PM
CHILDREN AND TECHNOLOGY: WHAT THE EVIDENCE SAYS

Child development monitoring toolkit for prevention of disability .

Anna Alisjahbana

Online Game Problems, Student Learning Achievements, and Their Relationship in Public High School in Jakarta.

Hany Wihardja

Acceptability of digital sensing technologies for children and their caregivers in global health: development of the Qualitative Cultural Assessment for Passive Data collection Technology (QualCAPDT) procedure.

Alastair van Heerden

Children’s Rights Violation in Sharenting: A Threat to Children’s Lives.

Diana Riasari

Moderator : Woro Srihastuti Sulistyaningrum (Director for Family, Women, Children, Youth, and Sport, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia)

Yanuar Nugroho

Governing in a Changing World.

YANUAR NUGROHO (Deputy (II) Chief of Staff, Executive Office of the President of Indonesia)
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Meiske Demitria (SabangMerauke)
Dedy Permadi (Siberkreasi)
Veronica Yates (CRIN {Child Rights International Network})

Moderator : Anna Winoto (Team Leader of KOMPAK {Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Governance}) Petra Karetji (Team Leader of KSI {Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Knowledge Sector})

NI LUH PUTU MAITRA AGASTYA (Chair of VOICE 2018) Marc Canavera (CPC Learning Network)
01:30 PM
MAKING CHANGES ON THE GROUND FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION Hosted by The Asia Foundation

Empowerment of prostituted children to realize social inclusion for them.

Veronica Purwaningsih (PEDULI - SAMIN, Yogyakarta)

Family acceptance and support to realize social inclusion for children in correctional facilities

Yudi Supriadi (PEDULI - PKBI)

Community-based parenting to realize social inclusion for children of migrant workers.

Rachmat Taufik (PEDULI - LPKP, Malang)

Moderator : Abdi Suryaningati (Team Leader PEDULI)

01:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: LEARNING INTO ACTION

Keterlibatan remaja dalam penghapusan kekerasan terhadap anak. {in Bahasa Indonesia}

Apmer Thomas Janu

How practitioners can enable children, families and communities to change social norms for children's wellbeing in India .

Rajeev Sinha

Implementing Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting in Cianjur District.

Budhi Utama

Moderator : Hanna-Tina Fischer (CPC Learning Network)

03:30 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: LEARNING INTO ACTION

Fostering Meaningful Youth Participation and Youth-adult Partnership in SRHR Programme: Young People Beyond Asset for Programme Success.

Achmad Mujoko

Child Protection in the Transformation of Social Forms.

Andi Akbar

Case Management Approach in Child Protection (CP) System Development.

Tata Sudrajat

Parenting Education for the First 1000 Days of Life Pilot Project in Kecamatan Cijeruk and Babakan Madang,Bogor District.

Lies Zakaria

Moderator : Sabine Rakotomalala (Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children)

01:30 PM
CHILDREN AND TECHNOLOGY: ACTION TO CHANGE

Using neuroscience-evidence based digital technology to enhance self-regulation in youth with childhood trauma.

Kiran Modi

Connecting Law Enforcer Through Case Management System to Maintain Children Rights in Juvenile Criminal Justice System.

Evandri Pantouw

Utilizing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to prevent and respond to violence against children in and around schools in Uganda.

Richard Wamimbi

Moderator : Nicolas Makharashvili (INSPIRE Working Group coordinator and Senior Program Officer, CPC Learning Network)

03:30 PM
CHILDREN, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND MIGRATION: LEARNING INTO ACTION

Country in Focus : Circle of Care for migrant children in the protracted displacement in Indonesia.

Anastasia Wijayanti (IOM Indonesia)

Child Refugees and Education: Are Public Schools The Way Forward?.

Jeffry Irvandi Walker

YouCreate: Engaging Young People in Iraq and Egypt on a Youth-Driven Arts- Based Participatory Action Research (PAR) Project .

Vanessa Currie

Can my Voice be Heard? A phenomenological reported of the African Child in Nigeria’s Internally Displaced Camp.

Oluwagbemiga Oyinlola

Moderator : Leony Aurora (Communication Specialist on Environmental and Sustainability Issues)

Mushtaque-Raza-Chowdhury

Turning Evidence Into Meaningful Action and to Start Now.

AHMED MUSHTAQUE CHOWDHURY (Vice Chairperson, BRAC)
PUSKAPA & CPC Learning Network
10:15 AM
CHILDREN, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND MIGRATION : ACTION TO CHANGE

Country in Focus: Data for Child Protection in Emergency Response - learning from Lombok and Central Sulawesi.

Ali Aulia Ramly (Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF)

Integration programs on disaster risk reduction, child protection, and social protection.

Andri Yoga Utami

Moderator : Simon Russell (Coordinator of the Global Protection Cluster)

01:00 PM
CHILDREN, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND MIGRATION : ACTION TO CHANGE

Stateless migrant children in South Africa and the role of the social worker.

Ajwang Warria

Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration - A Contextual Approach for Managing Climate Change Impact to Children in East Sumba.

Ventia Sabathini EP (WVI)

Moderator : Ali Aulia Ramly (UNICEF Indonesia)

10:15 AM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN : ACTION TO CHANGE

Socioeconomic status, dietary diversity, and nutritional status of Javanese and Batak children: Evidence from the Indonesian Family Life Survey.

Yohanes Sondang Kunto

Sahil Research on Child Sexual Abuse Cases.

Mamtaz Hussain

Children (girls and boys) Meaningfully Participate in the Decision Making Process.

Emmy LS Noegroho (WVI)

Understanding the role of social norms to prevent and respond to violence against children in Uganda.

Richard Wamimbi Moderator : Joyce Wanican (Executive Director, AfriChild Center of Excellence for the Study of the African Child)
AIPJ2
01:00 PM
SPECIAL SESSION UNDERSTANDING AND RENEGOTIATING SOCIAL NORMS FOR CHILDREN’S WELLBEING, Hosted by: AIPJ2

Disability inclusion.

Joni Yulianto

Seeking justice in sexual violence cases.

Theodora Putri

Preventing child marriage.

Lia Marpaung

Moderator : Moderator : Craig Ewers (Team Leader AIPJ2)

UNICEF
03:00 PM
SPECIAL SESSION CHILD MARRIAGE AND VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN: INTERROGATING OUR ASSUMPTIONS TO BETTER ADDRESS THE PROBLEM Hosted by UNICEF Indonesia
Nurjannah (Rutgers Indonesia) Milda lrhamni (JPAL) Santi Kusumaningrum (Director, PUSKAPA) Nicholas Makharashvili, INSPIRE Working Group

Moderator : Fleur Felice Bakker (UNICEF Indonesia)

10:15 AM
SPECIAL SESSION BEYOND ACCESS: PATHWAYS OUT OF ADVERSITIES Hosted by PUSKAPA
Santi Kusumaningrum (Director, PUSKAPA) Suharti (Head of Planning and International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Education and Culture Indonesia) Ni Luh Putu Maitra Agastya (Technical Lead for Social Protection, PUSKAPA) Niken Rarasati (RISE Programme, SMERU) Rasita Purba (INOVASI)
01:00 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: ACTION TO CHANGE

How gender- and violence-related norms affect self-esteem among adolescent refugee girls living in Ethiopia.

Ilana Self

Reproduction of hegemonic masculinity through ngondek" shaming in junior secondary school aged children.

Firdhan Aria Wijaya

How do you promote the SRH of adolescent girls? Empower their grandmothers. A qualitative exploration of the Girls' Holistic Development Intervention in Senegal.

Anjalee Kohli

Moderator : Putri Kusuma Amanda (Head of Programs, PUSKAPA)

03:00 PM
SOCIAL NORMS THAT UNDERLIE HARMS FOR CHILDREN: ACTION TO CHANGE

Roots Program Reducing Bullying in School through Student-Led Social Norms Intervention in South Sulawesi and Central Java, Indonesia.

Ryan Fajar Febrianto

Transforming social norms around violence in childrearing and education through prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment. (video presentation)

Triana Lenihan

Country in Focus Change action based on participatory mapping with community in Indonesia.

Reny Rebeka Haning

Moderator : Mark Canavera (CPC Learning Network)