[SEA-TALK #42] Book Discussion Series #6 on “Social Science in the Age of Transformation and Disruption: Its Relevance, Role and Challenge”
Aiming for the parliament of 21st-century
There is a need for the parliaments of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore to be “working parliaments”, and to address the Sustainable Development Goals/SDG, starting from the Plenary Session, as the public face, said Dr. Ratih D. Adiputri, from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland in Southeast Asia Talk forum (25/05/2021). She presented her chapter entitled Social Science Research in Southeast Asia: The Challenges of studying Parliamentary Institutions in a book series discussion of the book “Social Science in the Age of Transformation and Disruption: Its Relevance, Role and Challenge” (2020), edited by Prof. Dr. phil. Hermin Indah Wahyuni and Dr. phil. Vissia Ita Yulianto from CESASS, the Centre of Southeast Asian Social Studies , Gadjah Mada University (UGM).