international Student Conference 2023

Inclusivity and Accessibility to Welfare and Sustainable Living After the Pandemic


The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed and forever scared our lives. The WHO released health advice as a protective measure to minimize the virus transmission rate, some of the measures is to avoid human to human contact. These protective measures quickly became state order measures all over the globe. Over the past two years of pandemic, our ability to grow and innovate as a global citizen has been put on hold. The COVID- 19 pandemic has brought global uncertainty and put a lot of people in an unfortunate situation.

The World Health Organization released a scientific brief that revealed global cases of anxiety and depression have increased by 25% in the first year of the pandemic. Asian Development Bank stated that In Southeast Asia, The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed 4.7 million people to extreme poverty in 2021. By the end of 2021 Development Initiatives released a fact sheet which stated that there were 698 million people or around 9% of the world population who lived in extreme poverty. This data shows that the COVID-19 has put a lot of people in extreme struggles and possibly put people in marginalized groups. These obstacles are even harder to overcome for people with preexisting struggles.

In order for us to move forward, we need a collective move and commitment to rebuild our lives together. It is crucial for us to firstly identify the problem for the sake of tackling the social struggles arising after the pandemic. Our goal is to build an inclusive social welfare that could benefit us all in rebuilding our lives after the pandemic. By identifying the problem and the struggles amongst the marginalized people, we hope to formulate the balance in rebuilding.


  • Bring new perspectives among local and international communities.
  • To encourage and equip the participant with the right tools to help people overcome the challenges they are facing and provide them with a safer environment by ensuring everyone has equal rights and equal opportunities.
  • To promote and provide knowledge about Indonesian culture and diversity to the international participants.
  • To broaden their perspectives regarding the global issue and international problems, by providing them with our workshops, lectures and study visit program.


Key Lecture:
The key lecture will function as a fundamental base of the participants’ perspective to guide the participants in the following workshops. In the key lecture, the participants will gain knowledge and new insight about the importance of building an equal and inclusive welfare system to solve the socio-economic gap that is caused and worsened by COVID-19.

Content Workshops

  • Issue: To boost participant’s awareness and interest regarding the post COVID-19 issues and the change of the circumstances, ISC is going to discuss about:
    • Education inequality in the disabled community
    • COVID-19 Impact on Poverty
    • COVID-19 Impact on Gender Based Violence
  • Solutions: Therefore, ISC is providing few solutions regarding current issues, which are:
    • Accessible Education Facilities for People with Disabilities
    • Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) learning as a solution and way to reach welfare
    • Green industry to reach sustainable living
  • Skill Development: In accordance with the background issue and solution, ISC would conduct several useful skills, consist of:
    • Content creating
    • Design thinking

Cultural Activities:
To spark the participants’ interest in Indonesian culture, ISC would conduct experiential learning-based programs, consisting of:

  • Batik Komar (Pecah Kopi): Participants will engage in making one of the UNESCO nominated Intangible Cultural Heritage, Batik.
  • Saung Angklung Udjo: Participants will also be a part of Indonesia’s traditional music performance with the instrument angklung.
  • Learning Indonesian Traditional Dance with LISTRA: Participants will also be partaking in learning and performing Indonesian traditional dance with LISTRA.

Site Visits:

  • Eco Camp
  • Saung Angklung Udjo

Final Project:

  • Group Presentation: the participant will be given a platform to deliver their ideas in a form of group presentation.
  • Individual Evaluation: This year, we hope to make a considerable impact and spread the word worldwide. Therefore, we incorporate social media activities in the final project as our effort to engage a bigger audience to initiate a change.


  • A. For International Participants
    • Undergraduates/Bachelor and Post Graduate degree students
    • Open for all study background
  • B. For Local Participants:
    • Minimum GPA 2.75
    • Open for all study background


After an international participant is confirmed to participate in the ISC 2023, the participant may expect to receive the following:

  • Pickup and drop off service from Jakarta or Bandung airport
  • Twin sharing accommodation
  • Entry ticket to the related cultural activities
  • Inland transportation related to program
  • Daily breakfast (included in the accommodation).
  • Lunch for most activities
  • Welcome and closing dinner reception


+62 82260064700 (International Office UNPAR)

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