Disaster risk reduction is still an emerging topic for research in Indonesia. It has significant influences to many aspects and disciplines. It is important to recognize how DRR has been developed in many disciplines in order to find common grounds and perhaps solutions. Beside making DRR as an urgent goal, research and practice have gone towards building resilience. Resilience is seen as an ultimate goal of DRR. That is to make all layers of the society to be strong in dealing with potential hazards and also inner weakening process (vulnerability). To this end, the workshop aims to bring scholars from different background discussing disaster risk reduction and resilience issues on Indonesia. This two day workshop is aimed to present recent study progress and later will propose relevant further study areas for advancement on DRR studies. It also will bring a perspective that integrate multi-discipline that contributes to DRR.
JC Gaillard, Ph.D. is Associate Professor at The University of Auckland in New Zealand and a former member of the faculty of the University of the Philippines Diliman. He trained as a geographer with particular interest in disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Asia and the Pacific. His present work focus on developing participatory tools for DRR and in involving minority groups in disaster-related activities with an emphasis on ethnic and gender minorities, prisoners and homeless people. JC also collaborates in participatory mapping and community-based DRR trainings with NGOs, local governments and community-based organisations. More details from:
|Herryal Z. Anwar (LIPI)||“Integrated Concept of Community Resilience in Indonesia”||
Herryal Z. Anwar is currently working at the Research Center for Geotechnology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), completing a degree program at the ITB, master at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and a doctorate at the University of Kyushu, Japan. He is now active in the field of disaster, particularly in the field of natural disaster risk assessments. He has been involved in the cooperation between Indonesia and Germany in 2006-2009 within the activities of GITEWS (Germany – Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System), to study on vulnerability and disaster risk in a number of regions in Indonesia which is integrated with the development of a tsunami early warning system in Indonesia. Now, he is the LIPI Coordinator for competitive activities in the field of Disaster and Environment.
|Aris Marfai (UGM)||“Climate Change and Flood Management”||
Aris Marfai is Vice Dean for Research, Community Services and Cooperation Geography Faculty, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and He is Head M.Sc program on coastal and watershed management, Geography Faculty, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)). He holds a Master Science (M.Sc) in Earth System Analysis at International Institute for Geo Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC), The Netherlands with the thesis GIS modeling of river and tidal flood hazard in Semarang Coastal Urban Area and PhD (Dr.rer.nat) in Geography at Justus-Liebig-Universitaet, Giessen, Germany. Topic of the Dissertation: Coastal hazard assessment and management in Semarang City Indonesia: The case study of the enhanced tidal inundation due to subsidence and scenario of sea level rise. With the predicate magna cum laude.
|Ida Ansharyani, M.Si ( PhD Can. Rutgers Univ.)||“Perspective of Smallholders on Adaptation to Climatic and Other Stressors, in Sumbawa, Indonesia”||
Ida Ansharyani is a PhD Candidate at Geography Department, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA. She got her master degree in Evironmental Science, University of Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, and her bachelor degree in Geological Engineering, University of Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Yogyakarta. She is the Co-founder and Program Manager of Penjaga Pulau Community (The Guardian of the Island Community), a local community in Sumbawa Island that concerns with environmental education and conservation (Apr 2009 – present). She is also a lecturer at Universitas Samawa, Sumbawa Besar, NTB (2009 – Present). Her latest publication was “Marine Conservation Education Module for Senior High School”. The module was socialized and used in Sumbawa and Wakatobi, 2014, funded by USAID.
|Elizabeth Rianawati (RDI)||“Bringing Resilience Perspective in Water Governance”||
Elisabeth Rianawati is a senior researcher and the director of Resilience Development Initiative (RDI), an Indonesian think tank that focuses on environmental change and sustainable development. She has published in a number of international journals, among others: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Environ. Sci. Technol. She also likes to disseminate and build networks with other researchers through attending national and international conferences. While her background is on environmental engineering, she has developed her passions on social aspects of environmental and risk management. Her main interest is social-ecological resilience, climate change adaptation, resilience and adaptive capacity, water management
|Iwan Gunawan (WorldBank)||“Urban Resilience Approaches in Indonesia: Progress and Challenges”||
As the Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist in Indonesia, Iwan Gunawan coordinates the World Bank’s portfolio on disaster and climate risk prevention, response, recovery, as well as post-disaster financing in the country. The Disaster Risk Management (DRM) team that he leads integrates disaster and climate-change risk reduction in development work, through building components and activities into relevant World Bank programs that would strengthen the project’s resilience against catastrophes. Gunawan also leads a support program to boost the capacity of disaster management agencies at the national and sub-national level to manage disaster risks, through a combination of prevention, mitigation, effective response, sustainable recovery, and risk financing. Iwan holds a Doctoral Degree in Regional Science/Geography from Texas’ A&M University in the US, as well as a Master of Science in Engineering Science from Louisiana State University in the US, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Geodetic Engineering from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
|Dr. Saut Sagala (ITB)||“Channeling Community Voice in Spatial Planning: A Strategy for Community Resilience?”||
Dr. Saut Sagala is a lecturer at the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development, Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia since 2009. He has a lot of research experience in the field of regional planning, disaster risk management and climate change adaptation. Today he is the editorial team at the ASEAN Engineering Journal in the field of natural disasters (2013-2018) and the Journal of Geography Forum (since 2013). Saut completed his undergraduate education in Regional and Urban Planning Institute of Technology Bandung (2001), master degree at the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation ITC, The Netherlands (2006), and doctorate at the University of Kyoto, Japan (2009). In addition to formal education, he joined many short courses in various countries related to environmental issues, including in the Netherlands, Germany, Japan, China and the United States. Saut currently being active in the field of renewable energy policy in rural and urban energy security of the urban resilience.
|RR Emilia Yustiningrum (LIPI)||“Community Vulnerability to Disasters: Review from Indonesia”||
RR Emilia Yustiningrum is a researcher at the Center for Political Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI). She earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Gadjah Mada University in 2002, and a Master of Arts in Humanitarian Action from the University of Groningen, Netherlands, in 2009. She actively pursue the study of humanitarian action, international politics and European studies.
|Nina Andriana (LIPI)||“Risk Governance and it’s relevance to Community Level”||
Nina Andriana is a researcher at the Center for Politic Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI). She earned a Bachelor of Political Studies, University of Andalas, Padang, West Sumatera and a Master Degree in Communication Studies, University of Indonesia. Recently, she has published a number of disaster research, such as “drafting Vulnerability Index and Vulnerable Groups Coping Strategies to Reducing the Impact of Natural Disaster in Indonesia”; “Policy Analysis: Optimizing Post Disaster Risk Reduction to Maintain National Unity”; and “Guidelines for Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction to Tsunami”.
|DTP Kusumawardhani (LIPI)||“Capacity Building for Strengthen Community Resilience”||
DTP Kusumawardhani is a researcher at the Center for Society and Culture, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI). She earned a Bachelor of Criminology at the Department of Criminology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia (1984) and a Master Degree in Criminology at the Department of Criminology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia (2001). In accordance with expertise in the field of Criminology, Social and Cultural Dynamics and Social Policy, she is concerned to actively pursue the study of the field of Crime Prevention, Human Trafficking, Disaster Management and Social Change.
|Mercy Rampengan (UNIMA)||“Participatory Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction in Community”||
Mercy Rampengan is a lecturer at lecturer in Manado State University (UNIMA), Indonesia, since February 1998. He has research interests focus on disaster risk reduction (DRR) and participatory tools for DRR especially in the context of small island communities. and He is a doctoral candidate at School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University.
|Mercy Rampengan (UNIMA)||“Cultural Heritage to Increase Community Resilience”||
Ayu Krishna is a senior researcher at Resilience Development Initiative (RDI) focusing on gender studies, geopark development, tourism, conservation and environmental management. At RDI, she is in charge as a chair for research cluster of tourism and cultural heritage (TCH). Ayu has had about 15 years working as researchers and consultants for national and international clients. She also teaches at Indonesia Education University, Bandung. Ayu has received a lot of research grants from Indonesian Government through Ministry of Education. More recently, she helps Geo-Park Merangin in Jambi to be assessed as one of Geo Parks in Indonesia and in relation to that she presents her paper at an International Conference in Canada (2014).
|Presentation Season I|
|Vulnerability and Capacity Building|
|1. Inclusiveness and Resilience in the SFDRR: Genuine Commitment or Pure Rhetoric?||JC Gaillard|
|2. Integrated Concept of Community Resilience in Indonesia||Elisabeth Rianawati|
|3. Perspective of Smallholders on Adaptation to Climatic and Other Stressors, in Sumbawa, Indonesia||Ida Ansharyani|
|4. Participatory Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction in Community||Herryal Z Anwar|
|1. Risk Governance and it’s relevance to Community Level||Mercy Rampengan|
|2. Bringing Resilience Perspective in Water Governance||Nina Andriana|
|Group Discussion – Wrap Up:|
|1. Vulnerability and Capacity Building||13.00 – 15.50||Herryal Z Anwar|
|2. Risk Governance||Nina Andriana|
|3. Spatial Planning||Mercy Rampengan|
|Closing Day One: Saut Sagala|
|Presentation Season I|
|Moderator:Herryal Z Anwar|
|Vulnerability and Capacity Building|
|1. Community Vulnerability to Disasters: Review from Indonesia||RR Emilia Yustiningrum|
|2. Climate Change and Flood Management||Aris Marfai|
|3. Capacity Building for Strengthen Community Resilience||DTP Kusumawardhani|
|1. Urban Resilience Approaches in Indonesia: Progress and Challenges||Iwan Gunawan|
|2. Channeling Community Voice in Spatial Planning: A Strategy for Community Resilience?||Saut Sagala|
|Group Discussion – Wrap Up:|
|1. Vulnerability and Capacity Building||13.00 – 15.50||DTP Kusumawardhani|
|2. Risk Governance||Elisabeth Rianawati|
|3. Spatial Planning||Saut Sagala|
|Closing Day Two: Herryal Anwar|