The Y20 China 2016 Summit

The 7th edition of Y20 Summit was held in Beijing and Shanghai under Chinese Presidency from July 24th to 31st 2016. Despite have been discussing and sorting out strategies for the summit for the past 2-3 months online, the five of Indonesian delegation only met for the first time as a full team in Beijing International hotel on Monday morning of August the 25th. It was nice to finally put a face on each of the team’s name and getting to know each other a little bit better. The Y20 Summit agenda itself was also nicely arranged as it serves the first couple of days for cultural visits and ice breaking to allow the delegates from the G20 and guest countries as well as invited international organizations got acquainted with each other before the serious-fun parts begin.

Andreyka, Peter, Wafa, Fadhila, and Hanifah proudly wearing Batik for the Welcome Banquet of the Y20 Summit

Andreyka, Peter, Wafa, Fadhila, and Hanifah proudly wearing Batik for the Welcome Banquet of the Y20 Summit

The diplomatic week was commenced by a visit to the Forbidden City and The Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Called Gu Gong in Chinese, the former served as the imperial palace for the emperors throughout the Ming and Qing dynasties. It acquires the famous name as it was forbidden to enter the facility without special permission from the emperor. Now the establishment houses historical and valuable artifacts as the Palace Museum. The huge complex coupled with the summery weather in Beijing on that day was a perfect combination for some sweaty historical introduction to the Chinese culture!

The Indonesian delegation in front of the Forbidden City

The Indonesian delegation in front of the Forbidden City

The Great Hall of the People

The Great Hall of the People

A bit later on the first day, the Y20 delegates was formally welcomed by the Mr. Li Yuanchao, the Vice President of the People’s Republic of China in the Great Hall of The People. The Head Delegate of Turkish, Chinese, and German delegation had the privilege to address the Vice President representing the Y20 delegates as the previous, current, and upcoming presidency of the G20 summit. Mr. Li gave a short overview on the recent Chinese economic development followed by the introduction to concerns of the Chinese Presidency for this year’s summit with an emphasize on innovative, invigorated, interconnected, and inclusive global economy. On the following day, Hanifah delivered a speech to address the Sherpa of People’s Republic of China as the head delegate of Indonesia together with Canadian and Australian head delegates.

Hanifah is giving a speech to address the Sherpa of People's Republic of China, representing the Y20 delegates

Hanifah is giving a speech to address the Sherpa of People's Republic of China, representing the Y20 delegates

After spending two days in Beijing, the summit is continued to one of the busiest port cities in the World, Shanghai. The delegates took high-speed train that connects both megacities within five and a half hours. The Shanghai part of the summit was set about by a pleasant welcome banquet in the Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan Hotel. On the following day, the Y20 China 2016 was officially kicked off by an opening ceremony attended by all the delegates and invitees as well as the Vice president of All-China Youth Federation, Zhou Changkui, Vice chairman of the CPPCC Shanghai Committee, Xu Yibo, Chancellor of Fudan University, Wei Xiaopeng, and President of Fudan University, Xu Ningsheng.

Opening ceremony of the Y20 Summit 2016 in the Twin Tower of Fudan University

Opening ceremony of the Y20 Summit 2016 in the Twin Tower of Fudan University

Andreyka, Wafa, and Fadhila during the roundtable session.

Andreyka, Wafa, and Fadhila during the roundtable session.

The Y20 roundtables then were in order, which were broken into three sessions carried out within two days. Each of the Indonesian delegates covered one of the topics of this year’s summit under the general theme of “Youth innovation for our shared vision”. Both having political science background, Andreyka was attending the “social justice and equal opportunities” while Hanifah went for the “partnership and global covernance”. Fadhila covered the “green life and sustainability” topic given her background in engineering and sustainable technology. Peter and Wafa who are adept at economics by academic and professional background attended the “entrepreneurship and creative thinking” and “poverty elimination and joint development” respectively.

The head delegates meeting to finalize the Y20 communique

The head delegates meeting to finalize the Y20 communique

The Indonesian delegation were glad to be able to promote the following gists, among others, on the final Y20 China communiqué:

  • policies aimed at ensuring land rights for the poor in rural & urban areas; involvement of local communities in food production,
  • e-commerce services & mobile payment systems, rendering marketplaces available to small & individual businesses,
  • practical programs that foster entrepreneurial, creative, & critical thinking from primary school onwards,
  • point of access for entrepreneurs providing info, contacts, and affordable assistance pertinent to business activities,
  • removing barriers & regulatory burdens for start-ups and entrepreneurs; protection of intellectual property rights,
  • equal access to education and jobs across gender and age for vulnerable and underrepresented groups,
  • ratification of Paris Agreement by the signatories; dedicated fund for sustainable development projects,
  • integration of sustainability in formal education curriculum; incentives to make cities cleaner and more sustainable,
  • forest protection; clean technology transfer to developing countries; sustainable supply chain mechanism,
  • big data for inclusive social policy; transparency and neutrality in public private partnerships.

The silver lining of the points accentuated by the Indonesian delegation is the importance of integrated education for shaping an inclusive, just, creative, entrepreneurial, and sustainable mindset on the young generation.

The final communiqué drafting finally reached a consensus after a tense 10-hours meeting of the Y20 head delegates and guest countries meeting. The Y20 communiqué was officially handed to the All China Youth Federation as the organizing committee to be presented on the G20 country leaders and Sherpa meetings on September 2016 in Hangzhou.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 China would like to thank the Indonesian Sherpa for G20, the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague The Netherlands, and last but not least the Indonesian Youth Diplomacy for both the resources and moral support, which made youth diplomacy in this year’s Y20 a successful endeavor. We are keen to follow up not only the outcomes from the G20 China Summit in the coming month, but also the implementation of youth-driven solutions on the national development strategies afterwards.

 

Meet the Diplomats - British Embassy and French Embassy - RESULTS

Dear Meet the Diplomats Applicants!

Thank you for your patience and participation in this year's recruitment for the Meet the Diplomats Program. Indonesian Youth Diplomacy has been very proud to have worked with you, as well as all 300+ applicants representing the best and the brightest of Indonesia's young leaders.

This October session will be the first Meet the Diplomats program and we are deeply honoured by all the hours you spent preparing your applications for the program. Meet the Diplomats is one of the top priority program under this year IYD’s annual plan. It is a platform for sharing knowledge, engaging foreign policy influencers, government officials, International Government Organizations (IGOs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and other international actors in dialogues with Indonesian youths.

Please kindly find the list of participants names below for the upcoming Meet the Diplomats 2015 at the British Embassy and French Embassy. We were genuinely impressed by your enthusiasm and passion during the application process. For those who have been selected as participants, please check your email as we have sent a notification and detailed information to you.

For those who have not been successful in your application this year, please don't be discouraged, we were overwhelmed with the quality and numbers of candidates we received this year. Again, we sincerely thank you all applicants for your great efforts in this program!

Please voice any questions, comments or concerns and we will get back to you.

Congratulations!!

Best regards,

Meet the Diplomats Team, Indonesian Youth Diplomacy

 

Participants for Meet the Diplomats Program at the British Embassy

Wednesday, 7 October 2015, 10.00-13.30 at the British Embassy Jakarta

Jl. Patra Kuningan Raya Blok L5-6, Setiabudi, Jakarta 12950, Indonesia

No       Name

1          Selly Anastassia Amellia Kharis

2          Rika Mulia

3          Anisha Parasputi Muksin

4          Garlan Archista Duarsa

5          Muhammad Kharij Muhajir

6          Dio Handrian

7          Ratri Dyah Palupi

8          Joseph Hendrik

9          Adri Arlan

10        Lindawati Kartika

11        Alif Disa Putra

12        Hadi Al Rasyid

13        Megawati Rosalio Putri

14        Hari Mahardika Sembiring

15        Fauza Aulia Rahmi

16        Noviana Zulfa

17        Aditya Pratama

18        Effendi Tandoko

19        Intan Natasha Putri

20        Gabriela Agmassini Pramesvari

21        Shabrina Atrasina Fadhila

22        Dion Yosafat Prabowo Tokalende

23        Mayang Krisnawardhani

24      Wildan Asysyaibani

25      Nabila Sharfina Qamarani

26      Aprilia Ekawati Utami

27      Yeremia Yerre

28      Anita Restiana Sutrisno

29        Reestya Dyahwatie Siswoyo

30     Mochammad Lanrega Hafiz

 

Participants for Meet the Diplomats Program at the French Embassy's IFI

Thursday, 8 October 2015, 15.45-18.00 at Institut Francais d’Indonesie (IFI) French Embassy Jakarta,

Jl. MH Thamrin no 20 Menteng, Jakarta

No       Name

1          Mutiara Antartika Sari

2          Astrid Damayanti Widyastuti

3          Reza Robby Reza

4          Ludhiana Putri

5          Laras Annisa Wahyuningtyas

6          Ahmad Huzair

7          Ronny Nanda Putra

8          Jajang Ramadhan

9          Mohamad Djodi Hardi Prajuri

10        Raafi Nurlistiani Avi

11        Ratih Alifya Azeti

12        Syahputra Ganda Turnip

13        Ryan Rinaldy

14        Yessica Chrisandtia Simanungkalit

15        Winda Edelwis Zedilla

16        Puti Adani

17        Achmad Yozar Perkasa

18        Arif Rachman

19        Alexander Bryant Iwo

20        Sisca Ameliawati Rudy

21        Dina Chaerani

22        Yeni Rahmawati

23        Agni Noor Muhammad

24        Fahmy Yusuf

25        Caesar Budi

26        Herman Saputra

27        Citra Benazir Adityawarman

28        Andre Fadyl

29        Nuri Rachmayani

30        Ineke Amandha Sari

31        Iqram Editya

32        Antonius Samturnip

33        Didik Prasetyo

34        Santiago Pawe Ago

35        Kristi Ardiana

36        Prita Mutiaulia Raharyanto

37        Anggraini Wulandari

38        Bagus Pramudito

39        Candra Nugraha

40        Indra Darmawan

41        Susetyo Romadhoni

42        Musyfiqul Khoir

43        Dipo Nugra Ramdhan

44        Sandi Yudha Pratama

45        Farra Nabila Murti

46        Rifki Habibi

47        Muh. Hidayat Hasan withdraw

48        Yuthika Anindya Putri

49        Agustina Putri Dharmawan

50        Tantyo Gumulja

51        Kurnia Sandy

52        Nurul Paradila Azizah

53        Ilma Rafika

54        Nurin Retno

55        Muhammad Sa'ad Yumnan

56        Anastasia Marza

57        Andi Hamina Ina

58        M. Oftawendra

59        Fahmi Fauzi Abdillah

60        Nadya Husein Zainuddin

61        Aristyo Rizka Darmawan

62        Banu Hardians

63        Anisah Mubarokatin

64        Syammas P. Syarbini

65        Yusep Supriatna

66        Clarissa Giovanni

67        Tri Indah Ayu Sasmita Syamsuddin

68        Afifah Luthfiya Hanum

69        Gabriel Sebastian Butarbutar

70        Ni Ketut Widi Kartini

71        Dwi Iswahyudi

72        Nur Afni Damanik

73        Okta Martua Sitanggang

74        Diakonia Pungkassari

75        Ben Aldo Halim

76        Suci Sekarwati

77        Muhammad Ainun Maidi

78        Akbar Pangestu

79        Zia Azizah Jati Asmara

80        Hasna Soraya Firdaus

81        Indra Pujianto

82        Adelina Nur Rahmasari

83        Muhammad Dzia Ul Haq

84        Irma Rostika Maryam

85        Jasmine Alderira

86        IrmaAnggi Yunita

87        Jessica Wongsodiharjo

88        Zara Thasya Almira

89        Bunga Ramadani

90        Muhammad Afif Yanfa

91         Bintang Mikail

92        Shelley Valencia

93         Veradika Rismaghayesty

94         Glady Fabiola Tanusaputra

 

 

 

 

Ankara: Visiting Our Embassy

After the conference was wrapped up, we still had one agenda left: visiting the Indonesian embassy in Ankara. We took a high-speed train from Istanbul, taking around 3 hours while indulging our eyes on the beautiful Turkish countryside.

The high-speed train station in Pendik, Istanbul.

The high-speed train station in Pendik, Istanbul.

The discussion in Ankara was attended by various embassy officials and Indonesian students, not only from Ankara, but from other cities in central Turkey. On behalf of IYD, we also presented a token of appreciation to Mr. Alamsyah, our Counsellor at the embassy.

The discussion covered what we did in the conference, presentation of the communiqué, and what IYD does. The participants were engaging with their questions, particularly on unemployment and peace topics. One of them even promised to join the application for next year's delegation! Our only regret was the engaging discussion stole time from our dinner time, but it was definitely worth it.

Mr. Alamsyah, Counsellor at the Indonesian Embassy to Turkey, in his welcoming remarks.

Mr. Alamsyah, Counsellor at the Indonesian Embassy to Turkey, in his welcoming remarks.

Our mandatory group photo in batik (and udeng!) in Ankara.

Our mandatory group photo in batik (and udeng!) in Ankara.

For more updates, follow us on Twitter@iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

Visiting Canakkale: A Reminder of the Importance of Youth Diplomacy

After the official closing of the Y20 Summit Turkey, delegates have a day of relaxing and fun. Some chose to explore Istanbul. Some went to Canakkale for a historic trip organized by Y20 Summit committee. Adiska and Kristia decided to go to join the Canakkale trip. 

Canakkale is about 300 km from Istanbul. We took a 5-hour bus drive to Canakkale. Canakkale has sites for both ancient and modern history of Turkey and the world. 

We visited Troy, the ancient city where the well-known Trojan War took place. Then we went to see the ruins of the Temple of Athena in an ancient city of Assos, located on top of Behramkale village.

A remake of the Trojan horse

A remake of the Trojan horse

On top of a hill at Behramkale village  

On top of a hill at Behramkale village  

Ruins of the Temple of Athena at ancient city of Assos, located on top of the hill at Behramkale village 

Ruins of the Temple of Athena at ancient city of Assos, located on top of the hill at Behramkale village 

From visiting ancient cities, we then went to the sites of the World War I. We went to see the statue of Corporal Seyit and learned the story of this Turkish war hero. We also visited the Martyrs' Memorial and the 57th Regiment Memorial, both memorials of those who died in the Gallipoli campaign of the World War I. 

These visits reminded us on the atrocity of wars. Diplomacy is key in preventing wars, and this should start in youth. Y20 Summit works to promote such peaceful diplomacy between youths of the world.

Statue of Coporal Seyit, Turkish hero of the World War I 

Statue of Coporal Seyit, Turkish hero of the World War I 

Martyrs' Memorial 

Martyrs' Memorial 

For more updates, follow us on Twitter@iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

Final Conference Day of Y20 Turkey 2015: Drafting of Final Communiqué

In the last day, all delegations split into two groups: while the head delegates must endure over 7 hours of non-stop negotiation finalizing the communiqué, the rest had the chance to visit a complex of historical sites in Istanbul. Sultan Ahmet neighborhood hosting Istanbul's finest landmarks, such as Topkapi Palace and Hagia Sophia, was easily picked as Y20 tour destination.

Meanwhile in Boğaziçi University, Head Delegates must go against each other's heads, trying to squeeze the final communiqué more dense and compact. The intensity radiated well beyond the Rectorate Hall, the meeting room, as delegations were waiting in anticipation to how the final communiqué would sound like. After two hours extension, the agitated crowd finally breathed in relieve as the final communiqué was presented in front of Turkish presidency. The 3 pages final document, consisted of 3 clauses on Youth Unemployment, 10 clauses on Education, and 5 on Peace, would then be forwarded to the G20 Leaders Summit this November in Antalya.

Final sessions were made for Head Delegates to refine the final communiqué, by which 2/3 of the draft evaporated as most clauses were merged into three pages.

Final sessions were made for Head Delegates to refine the final communiqué, by which 2/3 of the draft evaporated as most clauses were merged into three pages.

Indonesian Delegation deserves a pat on the back for having tirelessly fought for its national objectives of bridging urban-rural education gap, promoting teaching profession and quality, and ensuring access to market and mentorship for youth entrepreneurs, of which were all well-represented on the final communiqué.

The closing ceremony was marked by a speech from the Organizing Committee, and the troika, consisting of past, present and future hosts of Y20/G20 Summits. Delegations were then escorted to take a final picture, only to be pleasantly jaw-dropped once again with the fact that the final photo session was taken by a drone! The day ended with a gala in Çadir Köşk, another well-selected venue with astonishing ambience.

Final communiqué was presented and well accepted by the Turkish Presidency.

Final communiqué was presented and well accepted by the Turkish Presidency.

It's a wrap: the Gala Dinner marked the bittersweet of the last conference day.

It's a wrap: the Gala Dinner marked the bittersweet of the last conference day.

For more updates, follow us on Twitter @iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

Second Conference Day of Y20 Turkey 2015

The second conference day of Y20 Turkey on August 19 was the most physically draining and substantively engaging. We had a marathon of four break-out sessions for each group. Also keep in mind that the night before, the delegates stayed up to discuss the points until around 02.00 in the morning.

But it is the most substantively rich day of the conference. All of the points were discussed and debated. Discussion took a longer time than expected that the visit to the Istanbul Modern Art Museum had to be cancelled. According to reports from delegates, the discussion in the Youth's Contribution to Peace group seemed to be the most intense. Whispers were heard that delegates in the Peace group owed everyone an apology for making the dinner late.

Rocky in the Youth for Peace group. Yes, Rocky, your group owed everyone an apology.

Rocky in the Youth for Peace group. Yes, Rocky, your group owed everyone an apology.

Adiska in the Youth Unemployment group.

Adiska in the Youth Unemployment group.

Biondi in the Youth and Education in the 21st Century group.

Biondi in the Youth and Education in the 21st Century group.

Kristia in the Youth and Education in the 21st Century group. As Head Delegate, she navigated all the three groups.

Kristia in the Youth and Education in the 21st Century group. As Head Delegate, she navigated all the three groups.

Pre-lunch break, we also received an inspiring talk from Mr. Serdar Çam, President of the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA).

Today's dinner more than made up for the physically draining sessions. It was in Emirgan Pembe Kösk, a beautiful garden restaurant with a pink building.

The 'We're-Hungry-But-Still-Fabulous' faces.

The 'We're-Hungry-But-Still-Fabulous' faces.

These guys entertained us while we undiplomatically devoured our food.

These guys entertained us while we undiplomatically devoured our food.

For more updates, follow us on Twitter @iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

Y20 Commences, Coincides with Indonesian Independence Day

There can be myriad of ways for youngsters celebrating Indonesian Independence Day. Flag ceremony is one thing, defending your country's interest in the often-dubbed the most influential youth platform is another.

Today, our four Y20 delegates kick-off the Y20 meeting in Istanbul. The opening was packed with a lineup of important figures from Turkey's prominent leaders: Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, G20 Sherpa Ambassador Ayşe Sinirlioğlu, Boğaziçi University Rector Prof. Dr. Gülay Barbarosoğlu, Turkish Airlines CEO Temel Kotil, among others. Representatives from all the G20 engagement groups (B20, T20, L20, C20, and the newly created W20) were also present in a panel discussion.

Left: all the G20 engagement groups representatives. Right: Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister addressing the Y20 Summit audience

Left: all the G20 engagement groups representatives. Right: Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister addressing the Y20 Summit audience

The first breakout sessions commenced in parallel on the three topics of this year's summit: Technology and Innovation for Youth Unemployment, Education in the 21st Century, and Youth's Contribution to Peace. This year's meeting venue is hosted by Boğaziçi University, a leading higher educational institution in Turkey.

Y20 paralel meetings hosted by Boğaziçi University. Images are courtesy of @Y20Turkey's OC

Y20 paralel meetings hosted by Boğaziçi University. Images are courtesy of @Y20Turkey's OC

The day sets off with delegates come aboard for a dinner on a cruise sailing across Bosphorus Strait. Delegates had a chance to savor Turkish delicacies along the magnificent views of both the European and Asian continents guarding the strait on both sides.

Boat trip on the Bosphorus.

Boat trip on the Bosphorus.

For more updates, follow us on Twitter @iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

Meeting PPI Istanbul and Y20 Welcome Dinner

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 arrived at Istanbul, Turkey. The delegation consists of Adiska Fardani, Biondi Sima, Rocky Intan, and Kristia Sianipar as the Head Delegate.

The first thing in the agenda was to meet the Indonesian students in Istanbul. The meeting was organized by PPI Istanbul. The delegation shared about G20, Y20, Indonesian Youth Diplomacy, and Indonesian position in the topics raised in the Y20, which are Technology and Youth Unemployment, Youth for Peace, and Education. The delegates and the students had a lively discussion.

Discussion between the delegation and the Indonesian students in Istanbul 

Discussion between the delegation and the Indonesian students in Istanbul 

Kristia as head delegate gave a token of appreciation to a representative of PPI Turkey
Kristia as head delegate gave a token of appreciation to a representative of PPI Turkey

In the evening, the delegates attended a welcome dinner at Cemile Sultan Wood, which overlooked the Bosphorus Strait. Here the Indonesian delegates got to know delegates and observers from other countries, and shared ideas and stories. 

Indonesian delegation at the Y20 welcome dinner 

Indonesian delegation at the Y20 welcome dinner 

For more updates, follow us on Twitter @iYouthDiplomacy or our Facebook page. For more information on Y20, visit www.y20turkey.org.

The Indonesian delegation to the Y20 Summit 2015 is endorsed by the Sherpa of Indonesia, and sponsored by Tanoto Foundation and Pertamina, with support from the Indonesian Embassy to the Netherlands and Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan. 

 

Note: Our delegate, Wafa Taftazani, is not able to attend the Y20 Summit 2015 due to personal reason. He has to attend a leadership training for the LPDP Scholarship to attend Cambridge Judge Business School this Fall.  

IYD Meets Indonesian Sherpa to the G20

Early this year, Indonesian Youth Diplomacy (IYD) team was welcomed by newly appointed Indonesia’s Sherpa to the G20, Rizal Affandi Lukman, at his office. Mr. Lukman currently serves as the Deputy Minister of International Economic Cooperation at the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia. He replaces the previous Sherpa, Mahendra Siregar, and will facilitate all government communications and coordination with the G20. 

IYD had the opportunity to introduce the new leadership, where the meeting was attended by Gracia as a new Co-Chair, accompanied by Natasha & Syahid (previous Co-Chairs), Dyah represented last year Y20 delegates, and Adi as a member of IYD. 

The latest progress of the organization as well as the current selection process of Y20 Turkey delegates were also discussed in the meeting. Mr. Lukman expressed his utmost support for the organization and welcomes future collaborations especially the IYD's mission and effort to spread the G20 awareness among youth. 

As a part of the Sherpa's preparation prior attending to the G20 Summit, selected Indonesian delegates for Y20 Turkey will be invited to stakeholder consultation meeting along with the B20, C20, T20, and L20 community. 

To hear more about what Mr. Lukman wishes to Indonesian youth, watch his testimonial below:

Congratulations Mr. Lukman for the new role and we look forward to working with you!