Conference Schedule

DAY 1 :

9:10 am - 9:45 am 17 Jan 20

Opening Ceremony

The official event launch, opening United Youth Assembly 2020 before an audience of event participants and special guests, including ministers, regulators, C-level industry representatives, heads of international organizations, exhibitors, Forum speakers and accredited media.

Thank you speech and report, by:

Ms. Michelle Viandy
General Director United Youth Assembly 2020

Ms. Agita Pasaribu, LL.B., M.A
Secretary General United Youth Assembly 2020, Youth IGF Ambassador for Indonesia

Performance by De’ Profundis

9:45 am - 11:00 am

Digital Agenda for the Nation – The Case of Indonesia

In this era, technology is becoming the key for government, entrepreneurial development, poverty alleviation and improved quality of life. It provides the economy with a continuous supply of ideas, skills and innovation necessary to promote competition and the efficient allocation of scarce resources.

Despite playing this important role, the lack sufficient capital to drive and to leverage ICTs for improved performance and profitability in the nations. The countries are still facing the issue of digital skills gap, and those are such challenges for the countries to develop and implement IT advancement technologies in the nation.

The panel will underscore the importance of technology in Indonesia, highlighting interventions that have been made at policy and regulatory level to help the countries leverage digitalisation for improved performance.


Mrs. Mariam Fatima Barata*
Director for Information Application, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Republic of Indonesia

Donny B.U
Indonesia Representative for Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), UN Internet Governance and Coordinator of Digital Literacy and Internet Governance at the ICT Watch

Dr. Meiditomo Sutyarjoko
Head of Division of Telecommunication
Bank Rakyat Indonesia

Mr. Eddy Setiawan
Founder and Chairman of the IICF: Indonesia – ITU Concern Forum

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Innovating together: connectivity that matters

Connectivity is central to development throughout the world, producing a direct, positive and measurable impact on economies and benefiting lives across every sector of society. Ensuring universal access to high-speed Internet, and the services, applications and products it enables, is essential. But it is not enough. To be meaningful, connectivity must be affordable, fit-for-purpose and relevant to local contexts, supported by digital literacy and skills, and accessible to the digitally disenfranchised such as those in rural and remote areas.
What innovative solutions, hybrid technology mixes and cross-sector partnerships can drive universal access? How can innovative regulatory approaches, government initiatives or incentives, and industry models impact on increasing meaningful connectivity? Can we nurture a culture of responsible innovation, rather than innovation for innovation’s sake? How can we work together to bring about meaningful, inclusive and relevant connectivity that improves lives everywhere?


Representative from Google Indonesia*

Representative from Facebook Indonesia*

Aisyah Shakirah Suhaidi*
Internet Society Malaysia, Youth Internet Governance Forum Malaysia

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Networking Lunch

A unique opportunity to connect with high-level representatives from governments and industry, fellow delegates and speakers in the relaxed, social environment of a networking lunch.

Open to Open to all Pass categories, Media Pass holders on a first-come first-served basis.

1:30 pm - 1:45 pm

Digital integrity: values and principles of the digital future

Expanding connectivity and building the digital society throughout the world promises enormous socio-economic developmental benefits. But the digital age brings with it very real concerns in terms of trust in technology, privacy and cybersecurity, as well data management issues, concentration of power in a handful of digital stakeholders, fake news, dangers to children online, and the potential for new technologies to be destructive as well as constructive. How can we bring together all relevant stakeholders to establish and uphold digital principles in a globalized environment?

Speaker Spotlight

Jean F. Queraltz
Founder of The IO Foundation

1:45 pm - 2:30 pm

Regulating the future: safe, inclusive, connected. Fight against Cyberbullying

Millions of Indonesian children are affected bullies each year. Advances in social media, email, instant messaging and cell phones, however have moved bullying from a schoolyard fear to a constant threat.

Cyberbullying is a critical issue to the health and mental health of our children and teens. Eighty-seven percent of youth have witnessed cyberbullying. Nearly two-thirds of students who have experienced cyberbullying stated that it affected their ability to learn and feel safe at school.

In recent years cyberbullying has become widespread throughout junior high schools around the world, resulting in high numbers of adolescents affected by cyber-victimization. Cybervictimization is associated with negative psychological health outcomes. What are the types of cyberbullying? Does cyberbullying related to traditional bullying? Is there any solutions to fight cyberbullying?


Ms. Agita Pasaribu, LL.B., M.A
Founder of, ITU Children Protection Online Member, WHO Global Youth Working Group Member for Mental Health

Dr. Sigit Priyono, GSC, S. IP, M.Sc*
Assistant Deputy for Telecommunication and Informatic, Deputy VII
Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs Deputy for Communication, Information and Apparatus of Republic of Indonesia

Ms. Sharon Margriet Sumolang
2nd Runner Up MI 2019
Miss Indonesia

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Accessibility matters: dismantling the barriers of disability with technology

According to WHO’s World Disability Report, approximately 15% of the world population – or more than 1 billion people - lives with some form of disability. ICTs are widely used to enable people living with disabilities to lead more independent lives by removing barriers limiting their participation in society.

Technology can enable better access to health, education, government services and the job market for all those affected by disabilities. But what more can be done, in both emerging and developed markets? Can existing solutions be scaled and adapted? Is there a business case for digital inclusion solutions?

Speaker Spotlight

Ms. Tety Sianipar*
Founder and CTO

2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

Future skills for a future world

Technologies continue to be designed and used to reshape every sector of society and the economy, challenging our ability to adapt to the pace of change. The job market is no exception – and disruption in the world of work has profound implications for existing educational systems.

How can we prepare the next generation of workers for jobs that may not yet exist? What skills will be needed to succeed in a future characterized by automatization, robots and AI? How can lifelong learning in the workplace equip us for constant change, and will we be able to keep pace with technological disruption? How should educational systems and institutions adapt and respond? Will the challenges of the job market in the digital age differ between emerging and developed markets? Will we need to work at all in the future – and if not, what will we do?


Mr. Mohd Mubarak Bin Shamsuddin
Education Attache at Malaysian Embassy in Indonesia

H.E. Emir Hadzikadunic, PhD
Secretary General at the International University of Sarajevo

Anbita Nadine Siregar
Founder of Generation Girl

4:00 pm - 4:20 pm

Networking Break

An opportunity to relax, make new connections and exchange views in the networking refreshment break between Forum sessions.

4:20 pm - 5:30 pm

From local to global innovation: The role of digital companies in standardization and market orientation for emerging technologies

Driving knowledge-intensive activities encompasses the pivotal role played by start-ups to attract and retain talent and investment in the age of global knowledge economy.

This session will explore the multi-dimensional standardization strategies directed at digital companies for the successful and sustainable expansion of innovative technologies in the emerging market. The discussion will focus on challenges, opportunities and key success factors for start-ups seeking to build their go-to-market products.


Mr. Rachmat Anggara
Chief Marketing Officer

Mr. David Leon
Executive Director
ASEAN Estate Ltd.

Representative from Gojek*
Business Intelligence and Growth at Gojek

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Accelerating the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia: ICT4SDG Regional Initiatives

Cooperation and collaboration are crucial accelerators for ICT development and digital transformation. Given the lack of barriers characterizing the digital world, standardization, sharing experiences and harmonisation of practices are essential to build a better world. Understanding and exchanging common and best practices in the UN system is a key component to accelerating achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This session aims at enhancing knowledge on the issues and good practices faced by UN institutions in achieving and delivering the SDGs through ICTs. It provides an opportunity to address common issues and provides a space to strengthen further collaboration and create new partnerships.
Open to all Pass categories


Mr. Merta Yoga Pratama
Founder of FishGo

Mr. Randha Sandhita
Founder of KaMu

Ms. Ranitya Nurlita
Co-Founder of WasteHub

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Networking Dinner

A unique opportunity to connect with high-level representatives from governments and industry, fellow delegates and speakers in the relaxed, social environment of a networking dinner.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Model United Nations-Group Discussion

Open to 3-full days UYA 2020 delegates.

DAY 2 :

7:00 am - 8:10 am


7th Floor Building M,Tarumanagara University Lounge
Open to 3-full days UYA 2020 delegates.

9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Model United Nations Programme

Delegates will be divided into five (5) councils:

  • United Nations High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation -Inclusive and sustainable digital economy for people in rural areas
  • United Nations Security Council (UNSC) - Israel Palestine conflict: Future of Jerussalem
  • General Assembly Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Issues (SOCHUM) - Human rights violations in the middle eastern crisis
  • United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) - Ensuring gender equality in education and workplace
  • The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) -  Enhancing the efforts on resolving haze issues in Southeast Asia region

DAY 3 :

9:00 am - 11.00 am

Visit to the ASEAN Secretariat

A tour to the new ASEAN Secretariat building set up by the Foreign Ministers of ASEAN. Brings the delegates an opportunity to obtain new insights on ASEAN Connectivity. Upholds knowledge on Sustainable Infrastructure, Digital Innovation, Seamless Logistics, Regulatory Excellence, and People Mobility

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Museum Bank Indonesia Tour and Mini Presentation by UYA Delegates

Exploring the oldest bank museum in Indonesia, previously used by the De Javasche Bank by the Netherland Colonies. Delegates will learn about the historical site preserved as a cultural reservation. This museum is also used as a mean of education and research for both Indonesian and the International community, to conduct a comparative study, and to learn about Indonesia’s ideology as a whole.

4:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Delegates Preparation and Diplomatic Dinner

7th Floor Building M,Tarumanagara University Lounge

A time to mingle with fellow delegates, exchanging and sharing cross-cultural experiences, and enjoy the executive dining for the last day of the event. In this agenda, delegates are also expected to prepare for the cultural night.

7:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Cultural Night, Awarding and Closing Ceremony

Graha Swara (8th Floor Tarumanagara University)

The last but not least, this is the closing agenda for the event. People from across the countries will each contribute a performance about their culture. This has the aim to develop the feeling of belonging with each other, sharing information in regard with the diverse background of the delegates.