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International Seminar: Transfer of Technology in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry, 29-30 November 2010

Posted in Yogyakarta
22
Nov
2010
BACKGROUND Tourism is an activity that can help to achieve a high level of economic and social development as demonstrated by examples of many countries. It would promise the way to develop the export of tourism services and services based on technology transfer. It must be acommpanied by greater equitable distribution of revenues generated by international tourism flows, otherwise, the benefits may bring detrimental consequences for people and their environment. read more...

INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE STUDENTS CONFERENCE ON INDONESIA

Posted in Yogyakarta
27
Oct
2010
CONFERENCE BACKGROUND SYNOPSIS Contemporary Indonesia is going through a dynamic process of development changes but not without its complexities and multi perspective problems on its population self reflection. The democratic reforms have become a key springboard for the Indonesian people to struggle for their autonomy, rights, and freedom of expression. Because Indonesia is a multicultural society with the tremendous diversity in term of ethnicities, religions, social classes, political parties and read more...

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (GIIDS) Geneva Presentation

Posted in Yogyakarta
20
Sep
2010
INVITATION (Free of charge) The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (GIIDS) Geneva Presentation on: 1. Master and Ph.D Programs 2. Scholarship 3. Workshops for the Doctoral student from the Global South 4. Fellowship for Researchers from the Gobal South Wednesday, 6th October 2010 Time: 13.00 pm Venue: Seminar Room, floor. 5th, Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, provides independent and rigorous analysis of global contemporary issues to read more...

Call for Application

Posted in Yogyakarta
20
Sep
2010
Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM bekerjasama dengan La Trobe University, Australia menghadirkan: Prof. Harry Aveling, PhD DCA (Professor in Translation Studies) Periode: 4 Oktober- 5 November 2010 Agenda 1 A Course on INTRODUCTION TO TRANSLATION STUDIES The course will provide a systematic introduction to the major theoretical concerns of the emerging discipline of Translation Studies. This is not a course in translation techniques but will provide an read more...

Serial GREAT THINKERS: "Siti Rahayu Haditono: Hasrat Seksual saat Puasa"

Posted in Yogyakarta
20
Aug
2010
Seksualitas dan manusia adalah hal yang nyaris tidak dapat dipisahkan, walaupun dapat dikendalikan. Wacana seksualitas kadang menyimpang dan dianggap membahayakan, namun tetap penting untuk dibahas. Ada larangan terhadap pembahasan seks ketika masih belum dewasa, tetapi belakangan pengenalan dini atas seksualitas perlu dilakukan dalam pendidikan, demikian para pendidik berbasis keadilan gender dan sensitif seksualitas menganjurkan. Namun begitu pembicaraan seks seringkali diwarnai dengan pelipatgandaan penggambaran yang berbau hasrat birahi, read more...

Call for Paper Seminar Nasional Perubahan Iklim di Indonesia

Posted in Yogyakarta
09
Aug
2010
Rabu, 13 Oktober 2010 Ruang Seminar Lantai 5 Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM Kerjasama antara : UGM-BNPB-KEMENTERIAN KELAUTAN DAN PERIKANAN-LSM KEMITRAAN Didukung Oleh : UNITED NATIONS - INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY FOR DISASTER REDUCTION (ISDR) Wilayah Indonesia sebagai Negara Kepulauan (Archipelago) mencakup pulau-pulau besar Sumatera, Jawa, Kalimantan, Sulawesi dan Papua serta ribuan pulau-pulau kecil dengan wilayah pesisir yang sangat luas dengan garis pantai sepanjang 81.000 km, dihuni penduduk yang sangat padat dan memiliki kerentanan terhadap read more...

CALL FOR PAPERS 2ND INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE STUDENTS CONFERENCE ON INDONESIA “Indonesia and the New Challenges: Multiculturalism, Identity and Self Narration”

Posted in Yogyakarta
29
Jul
2010
CONFERENCE BACKGROUND SYNOPSIS Contemporary Indonesia is going through a dynamic process of development changes but not without its complexities and multi perspective problems on its population self reflection. The democratic reforms have become a key springboard for the Indonesian people to struggle for their autonomy, rights, and freedom of expression. Because Indonesia is a multicultural society with the tremendous diversity in term of ethnicities, religions, social classes, political parties and read more...