UMM Lecturers Represented Indonesia in the 2nd ASEAN-India Youth Summit 2019

Author : Humas | Saturday, February 09, 2019 14:44 WIB
Novin Farid Setyo Wibowo, S. Sos, M.Sc. (Photo: Special)

In 2019, ASEAN collaborated with the India Foundation to give birth to the 2nd ASEAN-India Youth Summit 2019. The agenda was held in Guwahati, Assam, India. This great purpose gathered young people throughout Southeast Asia and India. The goal was to discuss the idea of creating a better life order.

Novin Farid Setyo Wibowo, S. Sos, M.Sc, the teaching staff of the Communication Science Department at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) represented Indonesia in the ASEAN-India Youth Summit, last 3-7 February 2019. Novin with 9 other representatives spread ideas about current issues about politics, culture and the media. 
Novin when presenting his paper in front of the Asean-Indian delegates. (Photo: Special)

The head of the Communication Science Department laboratory departed after passing a long selection by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemenpora RI). On this agenda that carried the theme "Connectivity - Pathway to Shared Prosperity", Novin was declared to pass the selection representing Indonesia in the field of Media and Cultural Studies.

"In this forum, each country conveys the conditions in its country," explained the lecturer who was concerned with the film industry. Novin explained that ASEAN and India had good young human resources. Entering the industrial era 4.0, these young human resources needed to unite their minds for mutual progress.

Besides that, youth needed to have skills, identity and networking. This was conveyed when Indonesia explained the objective conditions of Indonesia while offering a solution formula. "Indonesia is still superior. We should be grateful for the atmosphere of freedom in expression and acting in Indonesia, "he said.

Continued by lecturers who also did a lot of film research and studies of this media, the young people were the people who made changes. His mind was still open to new things and of course his idealism was hardwired. "Therefore, the issue of the value of tolerance, pluralism and diversity, young people who have a big contribution to make it happen," he concluded. (Win)

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