BANDUNG-BELGRADE-HAVANA IN GLOBAL HISTORY AND PERSPECTIVE: What dream, what challenges, what projects for a Global Future?

66th Anniversary of the 1955 Bandung Asian-African Conference

60th Anniversary of the 1961 Belgrade Non-Alignment Conference

55th Anniversary of the 1966 Havana Tricontinental Conference

JAKARTA-BANDUNG-SURABAYA-BALI BETWEEN NOVEMBER 3 AND 13, 2022 (the exact dates are still to be decided)

Contact: secretariat-bbh@e-group.bandungspirit.org

 

 

GLOBAL STRUCTURE OF ORGANISATION

 

 

BOARDS

Honorary/Patronage Board

Scientific Board

 

INSTITUTIONS

Hosting Institutions

Co-organising Institutions

Associate Institutions (Moral Support)

Supporting Institutions (Political or Financial Supports)

Partners (Media, Companies)

 

COMMITTEES

IOC (International Organising Committee)

NOC (National Organising Committee): Indonesia

LOC (Local Organising Committee): Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Bali

 

 

BOARDS

 

HONORARY/PATRONAGE BOARD

‑ Its main role is to give authority and credibility to the event;

‑ It consists of personalities who are internationally and nationally respected for their moral integrity, their social, political, cultural and/or scientific work; e.g. former heads of state/government, internationally known award laureates, spiritual/religious thinkers/leaders, etc.;

‑ Its members are elected by the IOC

Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

 

SCIENTIFIC BOARD

‑ Its main role is to give scientific authority and credibility to the event;

‑ It consists of academics who are internationally and/or nationally respected for their academic work

‑ Their task includes:

- To prepare the concept, the plan and the programme of the event.

- To promote the event to their network.

- To participate in the event if possible.

- To produce intellectual work related to the event (paper, essay, speech…)

‑ Its members are elected by the IOC.

‑ Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

‑ They come from diverse scientific disciplines and nationalities.

 

 

INSTITUTIONS

 

HOSTING INSTITUTIONS

They are the institutions that play a role of host to the event that takes place in the same locality of the headquarter of the institution.

In this case:

1) ANRI (National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia) for the event in Jakarta.

2) UNPAD (Universitas Padjadjaran) for the event in Bandung

3) UNAIR (Universitas Airlangga) for the event in Surabaya;

4) UNUD (Universitas Udayana) for the event in Bali.

Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

Their logo will appear in all official documents of the conference.

 

CO-ORGANISING INSTITUTIONS

They are a number of institutions that agree to work together for the success of the event. Their task includes:

1. To prepare the concept, the plan and the programme of the event.

2. To find the means for the concretisation of the programme.

3. To take care of the whole process of the event, from the beginning to the end.

4. To participate and to encourage others to participate in the event.

5. To promote the event to the public as large as possible.

Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

Ideally, the co-organising institutions represent the countries of Bandung, Belgrade and Havana Conferences, in this case an academic institution based respectively in Serbia and Cuba, in addition to those based in Indonesia already mentioned.

Their logo will appear in all official documents of the conference.

 

ASSOCIATE INSTITUTIONS (MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL SUPPORT)

They are institutions that give moral and intellectual support to the event.

Their commitment is expressed in an online form.

Their name will be listed in the official documents of the conference.

 

SUPPORTING INSTITUTIONS (SOCIO-POLITICAL OR FINANCIAL SUPPORTS)

They are institutions that give either socio-political or financial support or both socio-political and financial support to the event.

Those who may give socio-political support are for example the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Trade.

Those who may give financial support are for example companies and philanthropic organisations.

Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

Their logo will appear in all official documents of the conference.

 

PARTNERS

They are institutions, including companies, who give support to the event not in the form of fund but in the form of goods (food, drinks, etc.) or services (transport, advertisements, audio or audio-visual broadcasting, etc.).

Their commitment may be expressed in an MoU or a simple confirmation by email.

Their name will be listed in the official documents of the conference.

 

 

COMMITTEES

 

IOC (INTERNATIONAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE) / SC (STEERING COMMITTEE)

It is a group of individuals who agree to work together in organising the event at the level of concept, strategy and policy. Its decisions and recommendations are to be translated into plans and programmes by the NOC (National Organising Committee) and LOC (Local Organising Committee). It consists of a coordinator and members. Every Co-organising Institution is represented at least by a member. Other members may be recruited by the coordinator.

- Coordinator: Mr Darwis Khudori, Indonesian national based in France (Professor, Doctor, Group of Research on Identities and Cultures, Director of Master’s Degree in Exchanges with Asia, Faculty of International Affairs, University Le Havre Normandy, France)

- Members: SB (Scientific Board) Members (see in a separate document)

- Secretariat: Ms Azzah Kania Budianto, Ms Fikry Zahria Emeraldien, Mr Sayf Muhammad Alaydrus (students of Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia)

- Collective email address: secretariat-bbh@e-group.bandungspirit.org

 

NOC (NATIONAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE)

There is no autonomous structure of NOC. The NOC is the assembly of LOC under the coordination of IOC coordinator (Mr Darwis Khudori).

 

LOC (LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE)

The LOC translates the plans and programmes proposed by the IOC. It does not mean that the LOC has to wait for the instruction from the IOC. An LOC may propose ideas or programmes to the IOC. There are four LOC following the venues of the event: Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Bali.

 

Jakarta LOC

Coordinator: Mr Imam Gunarto (Director of the National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia)

Members and email address:

Person(s) in charge of secretariat and email address:

 

Bandung LOC

Coordinator: Mr Rizky Abdullah (Professor, Doctor, Faculty of Pharmacy, Director of Centre of Research and Public Service, Universitas Padjadjaran)

Person(s) in charge of secretariat and email address:

 

Surabaya LOC

Coordinator: Mr David Segoh (Doctor, Literary Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Airlangga)

Person(s) in charge of secretariat and email address:

 

Bali LOC

Coordinator: Mr Parta Kinandana (Doctor, Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Udayana)

Person(s) in charge of secretariat and email address: