As the global waste is expected to grow to 3.40 billion tonnes by the same year, the waste management system becomes the most concerning issue especially in Indonesia that is already struggling to deal with the current waste levels. The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CESASS) of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) on Monday (06-09-2021) held SEA CHAT #27 with the topic of “Swimming in Plastic: An Examination into Indonesia’s Waste Management System”. The discussion was conducted by Mingming Alice Sun, 2nd year BA: Political Science and International Relations & Anthropology and Sociology from the University of Western Australia.
Meningkatnya pengguna internet berimplikasi pada peningkatan eksistensi portal berita online. Dilansir dari data Kominfo tahun 2018, sebanyak 43.000 portal berita online telah beredar dan hanya 200 diantaranya yang terverifikasi sehingga media online kini bias akan post-truth. Pusat Studi Sosial Asia Tenggara (PSSAT) menggelar SEA CHAT #23 oleh Lucia Yuriko dengan tajuk “Fenomena Post-Truth di Media Online” dengan fokus bahasan pada pemberitaan Livi Zheng dalam portal berita tirto.id.
“Post-truth adalah keadaan di mana fakta objektif kurang berpengaruh dibandingkan dengan opini atau emosional pribadi” tutur mahasiswi Ilmu Komunikasi, UPN Veteran Yogyakarta tersebut pada Rabu (11/03/2020) di Perpustakaan PSSAT UGM.
As a region that is growing rapidly from various fields, Southeast Asia has similarities with Latin America. These 2 regions share the same historical background as colonialism, cultural pluralism, and spiritualism. The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CESASS) of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) held SEA CHAT #22 “Regional Literature Between SEA and Latin America, What Makes the Differences?” by Gladhys Elliona Syahutari, on Friday (02/28/2020) at the PSSAT Library. Attended by the public and intern students from Singapore, Belgium, and the Philippines.
SEA Chat #18: Panel Discussion “eSports in Thailand” and “Military Conscription & Transgenders” with Dallas Kennamer (Psychology, Thammasat University) and Suchanaad Dhanakoses (English, Thammasat University) at CESASS UGM Library (18/07/19). Thank you for your participation and see you at our next event!
SEA Chat #17 “Southeast Asia in the Age of Outer Space Exploration” with Inas Mufidatul, an undergraduate student of International Relations, Universitas Gadjah Mada, at CESASS UGM Library (27/05/19).
SEA Chat #16 “Thailand: Far from Democracy. A Comparative Analysis between Thailand and Indonesia” with Aniello Iannone, an undergraduate student of Southeast Asian Studies, University of Naples L’Orientale, Italy, at CESASS UGM Library (23/05/19). Thank you for your participation and see you at our next event!
SEA Chat #15: Panel Discussion “Empowering Refugees in Southeast Asia” with Rahma Safira S. (Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada) and “Negotiations between Youth and Job Market Flexibility: A Case Study of Micro-Celebrities in Yogyakarta” with Arif Budi D. (Dept. of Sociology, Universitas Gadjah Mada), at CESASS UGM Library (16/05/19).
SEA Chat #14 “Extrajudicial Killings of “War on Drugs” in the Philippines” with Laras Ningrum, an undergraduate student of Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, at CESASS UGM Library (09/05/19). Thank you for your participation and see you at our next event!