The Future of Indonesia-UK Relations Post-Brexit

The Future of Indonesia-UK Relations Post-Brexit

The British Foreign Policy Group and the Indonesian Embassy are hosting a seminar on ‘The Future of Indonesia-UK Relations Post-Brexit’ on the 9th July at in the RICS Building, Parliament Square.

Participants will include:

  • H.E. Dr Rizal Sukma, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia
  • Tom Cargill, Executive Director, British Foreign Policy Group
  • Dr Dino Patti Djalal, Chair of the Foreign Policy Community Indonesia
  • A UK Government Representative, TBC

 

Forming part of a series of events celebrating the 70th anniversary of Indonesia-UK diplomatic relations, the seminar will explore the potential to innovate and advance relations between Indonesia and the UK.

As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, and with Indonesia’s status as a rising regional power and a G20 country with a vast and growing population, the UK-Indonesia relationship is of increasing strategic importance.

The seminar will discuss a number of themes, including ‘Global Britain’ and opportunities it provides to elevate the Indonesia-UK partnership; and look at how we can better coordinate this relationship to the mutual benefit of both nations.

Lunch will be served following the discussion.

The event is invite only although if you would like to register interest please email events@indonesianembassy.org.uk.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the views of the BFPG. The BFPG is an independent not for profit organisation that encourages constructive, informed and considered opinions without taking an institutional position on any issue.
About
Flora Holmes
flora.holmes@bfpg.co.uk

Flora Holmes is a Researcher at the British Foreign Policy Group. She is a graduate in Global Politics, and Philosophy, Politics and Economics, having studied at the London School of Economics and the University of Oxford. Flora worked in Westminster and in the External Policies directorate of the European Parliament in Brussels before joining the BFPG.