Writing contest for junior and senior high school students, college
students, and professionals.
The paper should be received by March 31, 2011.
Organisasi NON PROFIT The Asian Society for International Relations and Public Affairs (ASIRPA)
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ASIRPA Writing Contest
The Asian Society for International Relations and Public Affairs
(ASIRPA) now invites students and professionals to take part in the
upcoming Indonesia Focus Writing Contest (IFWC). The theme for this year
is “How to Make the Earth a Better Place”.
The competition will be divided into two categories; the first is for
junior and senior high school students and the second is for college
students and professionals. The first, second, and third place winner of
the first category will be awarded a cash prize of $250, $100, and $50
respectively, and the first, second, and third place winner of the
second category will be awarded a cash prize of $350, $250, and $100
respectively. Winners of the second category will also have the
opportunity to publish their paper in the Journal of ASIRPA (JASIRPA).
Entering the Competition
You can enter the competition by sending your paper to
and firstname.lastname@example.org< fikri.ismail/at/asirpa.org>. Your paper
should relate to the theme above and should demonstrate how the theme is
applicable to your main interest (economy, environment, education, etc.).
The paper should be written in English, typed, double-spaced, using 12
point Times New Roman font, on standards-sized paper (8.5″ x 11″) with 1
inch margins on all sides. Please maintain consistency with your
preferred citation style (only for college students and above). The
length of the paper should be between 3000-5000 words.
You may submit more than one paper. However, you should be the sole
author of your paper(s). We don’t accept a paper with more than one
author. The paper should be received by March 31, 2011.
The writing contest judges will whittle down all the entries to only
seven finalists, who will then be asked to present their paper at the
annual Indonesia Focus Conference May 28-29, 2011, Pittsburgh,
For this final round, the winners will be decided by both the judges and
the audience’s votes. The finalists can therefore bring as many
supporters as possible to the event in order to increase their chances
of winning the contest.
The final round will be held on the first day of the conference. The
result will be announced the next day.
You are responsible for the transportation cost from your city to
Pittsburgh and other costs associated with attending the conference.
Questions related to this event should be directed to
email@example.com< nurhaya.muchtar/at/asirpa.org> or
firstname.lastname@example.org< fikri.ismail/at/asirpa.org>. Please visit
ASIRPA website regularly for updates.
The following information is for regular papers (not for writing contest)
Call For Papers
Indonesia Focus Conference 2011
May 28-29, 2011, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
“Embracing Globalization through Promoting Entrepreneurship and
US-Indonesia Business Relation”
Abstract submission deadline: February 28, 2011
Background and Theme
The Asian Society for International Relations and Public Affairs
(ASIRPA) invites the submission of papers for the 2011 Indonesia Focus
Conference, which will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 28-29,
2011. The conference accepts three types of papers: academic papers,
business plans/ideas, and writing-contest papers. Faculty members,
researchers, business people, or anyone interested in this conference
are all invited.
The theme of this year’s conference is Embracing Globalization through
Promoting Entrepreneurship and US-Indonesia Business Relations. With
this theme, the conference seeks to emphasize that globalization is
real; we not only have to accept it but also embrace it. Ignoring
globalization will only leave us further behind. Hence, we will take
part and try to fare well in it by utilizing all of our resources. These
include not only our rich natural endowments but also our strategic
geographical location, abundant young and bright minds, loyal and
cohesive social capital, hardworking entrepreneurs, as well as
opportunities to bring in more unconditional support from the
government. While globalization brings more competition, it provides
broad opportunities at the same time.
The conference provides a forum where broad ideas of how to help
Indonesia fare well in the globalized economy are exchanged and
discussed. It is expected that the meeting would inspire attendees with
regard to the potential roles they may want to play in this globalized
world. The conference also provides a forum for entrepreneurs to
showcase their business ideas, plans, and products to Indonesian and
international audience. We hope that the meeting would motivate, and
even initiate further business cooperation among Indonesians, Americans,
and international participants.
Topics and Submission Deadlines
Academic Presentation and Business Plan/Idea Presentation
For the academic presentation, the conference accepts a broad spectrum
of topics, including:
* On the Indonesia Economic development: challenges and opportunities
* On the socio-economic characteristics of Indonesia
* The role of entrepreneurship
* Strategies for Indonesia socio-economic development
* Indonesian policy on economic development and global trade
* The audacity of hope toward Indonesian development
* Developing Indonesia and U.S. cooperation.
At the end of the conference, three best papers will be selected. If you
are interested in presenting, but your topic is not included in the
above list, please contact the conference organizers below; we will
attempt to accommodate all interests.
For the business plan/ideas presentation, the conference accepts any
types of proposed business plan, provided that the business is legal.
The deadline to submit the abstract for the academic paper or business
plan is February 28, 2011. The complete draft must be submitted by May
14, 2011. Please submit the abstract or complete draft of the paper or
business plan to the conference organizers at NSisworahardjo@asirpa.org
For registration and updates on the 2011 Indonesia Focus Conference,
please visit the ASIRPA Indonesia Focus Conference website
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