First FLG Congress and Manifesto


“Announcement of the First Congress and the
Manifesto of Youth and Indonesia Across-Generation”

The Forum Lintas Generasi will hold its first Congress in Depok, West Java, Indonesia, November, 8 – November, 10, 2006, with the theme “Moral & Cultural Aspects; Law, Power, Economics, & Politics: Heroes and Young People Role’s in this Democratic era. The Congress will be hosted jointly by the Forum Lintas Generasi, Student’s Executive Board of Law Faculty of University of Indonesia, Faculty of Law and the Centre for Women and Gender’s Studies, University of Indonesia.

Call for Papers and Paper Organizers

The Congress will address a number of related themes and issues pertaining to Heroes and Young People Role’s in this Democratic era, especially in the context of the relations between Moral & Cultural Aspects; Law, Power, Economics, & Politics processes which affect the every era of country as they pursue their various activities.

While the congress symposia are comparative in nature and ask for papers from all over the world, a major focus will be on issues particularly relevant to South and Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia. Here we are taking the papers from the International School scholar and International Organization Representative in Jakarta. In the historical development and contemporary situation in these regions, the Moral & Cultural landscapes are undergoing rapid change, and it has a different means in every place. Local populations, non-governmental and governmental agencies alike are faced with immense challenges posed by the plurality and differences point of view in Moral and Cultural means. Besides these issues, Heroes and Young People Role’s also play an important role in the organization and legitimating of governance, of social, political and economic relationships, and the administration of justice. Like meaning of heroes in differences of people point of view, in the context of globalisation, international and transnational rules and conventions as well as international actors, governmental and non-governmental organisations increasingly add to the earlier forms of complexity.

The Congress will attract participants from all over the world including people from various academic backgrounds, such as law, anthropology, sociology, development studies and gender studies as well as practitioners (social workers, NGO members, dispute mediators, legal advocates, planners, state officials, political activists, students or even squalid and homeless getting through their point of view) who in their work are confronted with these issues.

The Congress will address a number of issues that will form the core themes of the symposia and panels. The following outline is in the preparatory stages. The symposia and panels will be more closely focused in cooperation with panel organizers and the local organizing committee. Moreover, interested colleagues are invited to suggest additional proposals for panels, and proposals by participants from less developed countries as well as joint panels organized by northern and southern scholars, International School scholars and also International Organization Representative in Jakarta are very welcome.

Bahasa Indonesia is the official language of Indonesia. English is quite understood by most of Indonesian citizen. On this Congress, the stages will be asking by using English or Indonesia language. The participants may have either one of these language.

People who are interested in organising panels, either the ones listed below or new ones, are invited to notify the local organising committee latest by1st October, 2006. The panel organisers will be expected to submit the description (themes, issues, questions) of their panels for general information.

Abstracts of papers are to be submitted to panel organisers, with a copy to the local organising committee by 17th October, 2006. Completed papers are to be submitted to the panel organisers by 27th October, 2006.

Proposed symposia and panels for the congress

Symposium I: Theoretical and Methodological Issues
Panel 1: Moral & Cultural Problems in this Democratic era

Symposium II: Heroes and Young People’s Role in this Democratic era
Panel 1: Young People Roles in Devolution of Power and Legal Change
Panel 2: Globalization, Market and Law through the Young People’s Role

Symposium III: The Abolishment of this Nation’s Moral and Cultural Values in the Political Life of this Country
Panel 1: Moral Degradation and Cultural Consideration in the Decision Making Process and the Concrete Implementations in all Sectors
Panel 2: Young People and Good Governance(HS Dillon)
Panel 3: Achieving Millennium Development Goals

The conference will be hosted jointly by the Forum Lintas Generasi, Student’s Executive Board of Law Faculty of University of Indonesia, Law Faculty and the Centre for Women and Gender’s Studies, University of Indonesia.

The secretariat for the congress will be located in the Student Centre in Law Faculty of University of Indonesia, with Intan Hadidjah as the Executive Secretary.


The fee for Congress members is US $ 20 each. Accommodation for the congress members will be most probably in Makara Hotel located in the campus of University of Indonesia in Depok. The definitive choice of the hotels and their prices are still under negotiation. The probable costs will be around 45 US $ for a single room, and 56 US $ for a double room (US$ 28 per person), including accommodation and all meals. Further information will be provided in subsequent communication.

Travel and Participation Grants

There is a probability that the organising committee will find funding for a limited number of persons, especially from South and Southeast Asia, to attend both the congress. Those who wish to attend the congress are strongly advised to seek funding from their own sources, due to the limited funding available.

In addition to the grants for congress, there will hopefully be some funds for persons interested in presenting papers at the congress. These funds will be used to (co-)finance travel and accommodation costs of scholars and participants from less developed countries.

Important Deadlines

  1. Panel organizers to notify the local organizing committee (Paku Utama) of their intention to organise a panel (if possible with panel description – key themes, issues and questions) – October 1st, 2006.
  2. Panel description – Submission by panel organizers of panel description to the local organising committee – October 10th, 2006.
  3. Information regarding panels (organizers and description of panels) to be posted via email – October 17th, 2005.
  4. Submission of paper abstracts to panel organizers, with a copy to the local organizing committee – October 27th, 2006.
  5. Submission of papers – 1st November, 2006.

Contact Persons

Chairman of Forum Lintas Generasi
Paku Utama
Student Centre at Faculty of Law,
University of Indonesia
Tel: 08128427201
Forum Lintas Generasi Yahoo Groups:

Secretariat of Forum Lintas Generasi
Intan Hadidjah
Jalan Duren Tiga Buntu no 41, Kalibata
Tel: 08151641481/ 02193053827

Collecting for the papers can be sent to:

Paku Utama (Indonesia):

Intan Hadidjah (Indonesia):

Gisca Nuranissa (South-East Asia):

Pan Mohamad Faiz (South Asia):

To learn more about Forum Lintas Generasi, please visit

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