Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Arya Budi, a faculty member at the Department of Politics and Government, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UGM, reflected on the 2024 election, deeming it as smoothly conducted and conducive despite being marred by political incidents that cast shadows on democracy. These incidents included the contentious ruling of the Constitutional Court and the breaches […].
In politics, criticism is an inherent element of the democratic fabric.
As Indonesia approaches the crucial phase of the 2024 election, the prevalence of money politics is rising.
Instances of vote-buying often mar the period leading up to elections and on voting day itself.
Recent public surveys highlight political parties as the least trusted state institution among the public.
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences is once again launching the Research, Publication, and Community Service Grants. This annual activity aims to foster competition and encourage the development of innovative research to tackle various social challenges.
The climate crisis is a pressing global issue impacting nations worldwide.
Through its Election Corner, the UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIPOL) hosted a thought-provoking discussion titled “FISIPOL UGM’s Political Voice for Quality Democracy” on Tuesday (Jan.
The Pijar Foundation, in collaboration with the UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, is organizing an upskilling and reskilling program tailored for young Indonesian talents during the odd semester of the academic year 2023/2024. Dubbed Future Skills Batch 9, this initiative reopens as a comprehensive lecture series catering to students and the broader public […].
The upcoming 2024 election has sparked immense anticipation among the public, unfolding as a captivating narrative since the previous year’s end.
The collaboration between the UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and the Pertamina Foundation has birthed a transformative program aimed at bolstering the community’s economy and nurturing non-timber commodities to bolster green conservation efforts within the Special Purpose Forest Area of Ngrawoh Village, Blora Regency.
Since December, the ongoing series of presidential and vice-presidential debates has ignited fervent discussions across society.
As the 2024 elections loom, political aspirations and agendas flood the public sphere, echoing the promises of presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls.
The communication landscape is in perpetual motion, mirroring the relentless pace of the digital era.
The haunting tragedies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 ignited global discussions on the use of nuclear weapons.
The persistent issue of land conflicts, an enduring struggle with seemingly no resolution in sight, continues to cast its shadow across various corners of the archipelago. The discord over land rights, typically ensnaring indigenous communities in tussles with corporations, persists with disheartening regularity.
The Center for Digital Society (CfDS) at UGM joined forces with Traveloka to delve into the pressing need to revitalize the tourism sector through digital innovation. The discourse, presented as part of the DigiTalk #60 event, boasted a panel of speakers, including Muhammad Sidiq Wicaksono (lecturer in Tourism Business, UGM Vocational College), Widyasari Listyowulan (Vice […].
Indonesia has made remarkable strides in embracing artificial intelligence (AI) in recent years.
The relentless march of Artificial Intelligence (AI) through diverse sectors has led to transformative disruptions.
The pervasive integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into various systems has sparked debates surrounding data protection.
The ever-evolving landscape of technology, coupled with the surge of digital media and the aftermath of the post-COVID-19 era, has orchestrated profound transformations in the public domain. These shifts redefine the dynamics of human interaction and reshape the intricate fabric of trust among diverse entities navigating the disrupted communication space. Hence, there is an imperative […].
As Indonesia gears up for the 2024 elections, a seismic shift is anticipated as young voters take center stage, constituting 52 percent of the colossal 204,807,222-strong registered voter base. With millennials and Generation Z at the forefront, these young electorates bring a unique characteristic to the political landscape—a penchant for change, often colloquially described as […].
The inaugural debate among the presidential candidates for the 2024 election unfolded at the KPU Office in Central Jakarta on Tuesday night (Dec.
The Digital Intelligence Course (MKKD), the collaborative course between the UGM Center for Digital Society (CfDS), the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Siberkreasi, and the Ministry of Education and Culture, has concluded with success.
The dynamics of the debate surrounding online gambling in Indonesia are intensifying with the development of technology and the widespread access to the internet. Some support the existence of online gambling because it has the potential for national revenue and job creation.
UGM is providing free breakfast for its students during semester exams.
The ever-evolving digital technology is increasing demand for skilled digital workers.
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences organized a week-long presentation of research results called Research Days involving faculty members, researchers, and students. Held for five days from November 13 to 17, 2023, the event included discussions and idea exchanges among the academic community addressing current issues on digital transformation, social inclusion, and climate […].
Inclusion for people with disabilities is a sustainability issue emphasized by many countries, including Indonesia.
The approval of the proposal to extend the term of village heads from six to nine years has sparked both support and opposition in society. This proposal was voiced through a demonstration on January 17, 2023, in front of the Indonesian Parliament building by three village government associations, citing the need for the effectiveness of […].