Jakarta, ID (October 19, 2019) –A discussion was being held as a part of a project titled #TidakMewakiliSaya (Not Representing Me). Designed as a collaboration project by Youth IGF Indonesia together with Search for Common Ground, KaMu, Campaign and Indonesian Future Leaders, the name of this project has the meaning that violence needs to be stop because it is not representing “me” as a young generation. According to the name of the project, stopping violence is the big theme of this discussion.

Held in Universitas Bung Karno, Jakarta, this session was presenting Agita Pasaribu as a speaker. Agita is known as the Ambassador of Youth IGF Indonesia and Funder of Bully.id, an application based on mobile with AI technology which she established with the aim to help the victims of cyberbullying. Therefore, cyberbullying became the main topic that Agita brought to this sharing session. The heated and emotional discussion led Agita into thinking how cyberbullying can make depression and anxiety more likely to develop, exacerbate existing mental health issues, disrupt academic performance, and impact overall happiness and well-being. She expected that the platform she developed would become the answer for the cyberbullying issue.

Another speakers presented in the discussion are Faisal Magrie as the Program Manager in Search for Common Ground Indonesia and Franky P. Roring as the Dean of Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Universitas Bung Karno. Besides cyberbullying, the session was also holding up internet governance and Industrial Revolution 4.0 as the topics to be discussed. Attended mostly by the youths, the topics surely intrigued them to be active along the discussion.