In frame: GFFellows 2023’s first group picture wearing Javanese traditional attire.
Opening Ceremony of the Global Future Fellows
In frame: Pijar Foundation with H.E. Pahala Mansury, Vice Minister of State-Owned Enterprises and Mr. Arsjad Rasjid, Chair of ASEAN-BAC and Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN).
In frame: Panel speakers and one of the GFFellows during one of our Q&A Session with experts.
Masterclasses on Collaborative Governance
In frame: GFFellows were divided into groups to discuss potential collaboration areas.
Discussions with Expert Figures
In frame: Mr. Arsjad Rasjid delivered a speech about Advancing Cross-Sectoral Collaborations in Asia’s Agriculture Sector.
Site Visit to Gapoktan Sidomulyo
In frame: GFFellows 2023 visited the farmers' group association in Sidomulyo, Yogyakarta. The Fellows heard the success story from the community who have fulfilled their food supply need and expanded their business on the national scale.
Cultural Night and Entertainment
In frame: GFFellows enjoyed the dinner in the Prambanan Temple while watching the performance of Roro Jonggrang Ballet.
Draft Collaborative Action Plan Presentation
In frame: Bayu Dardias Kurniadi, Lead Facilitator, gives a presentation to GFFellows 2023 on our draft Collaborative Action Plan.
Closing Ceremony of Yogyakarta Residency
In frame: GFFellows 2023 take a group picture before departure back to their hometown.
Global Future Fellows 2023:
Achieving Food Security Amid Global Tensions
After successfully premiering at Bali and Jakarta back in 2022, Pijar Foundation has reconvened Global Future Fellows (GFF) in May 2023 at Yogyakarta.
The second edition of GFF focused on the theme "Achieving Food Security Amid Global Tensions" with 36 Fellows from the public, private, and community sectors.
All of the participating fellows has teamed up together in synergy to produce a Collaborative Action Plan, identifying collaboration areas to achieve food security amid global tensions.
Meet the Fellows
GFFellows are consisting of strategic public, private, and community sector leaders, who engage in a series of knowledge exchange and upgrading activities, to build multi-sectoral networks, identify synergy areas, and consolidate learnings into a practical 'action roadmap'.
The action roadmap (Rencana Aksi Bersama) is coordinated with a high-level panel of key decision-makers to guide key players in a common direction.
GFF’s impact will extend beyond the program’s end date.
GFF is hoped to become a platform which enables the creation of a robust, multi-sectoral, global network of problem-solvers and a launchpad for scaled, sustained, and impactful collaborations.
Collaborative Action Plan on Food Security
The 36 GFFellows formulate five collaboration areas to enable Sustainable and Climate-Resilience Food System, which is elaborated in our Collaborative Action Plan.
Read the Action Plan!
GFF 2023 in Yogyakarta has host 36 selected mid-career Indonesian leaders from the public, private and community sectors with a strong track records in the issue of food security.
Participants must commit to attending all sessions, which will be delivered by renowned international and national speakers.
Short-term Fellowship Program
Took place in 21-25 May 2023
Knowledge and Network Elevation
Fellows have engaged in knowledge-upgrading activities, while building a multi-disciplinary coalition of global change-makers
Collaborative Action Plan
(Rencana Aksi Bersama)
The Collaborative Action Plan (Rencana Aksi Bersama) are presented and coordinated with key decision-makers in the years ahead
GFF is distinguished by five key areas of opportunity:
Access to global and national network of strategic players
The process of collaborative governance is one that is human-centered and begins with a common understanding of a particular situation from different points of view, collectively identifying gaps, challenges, and opportunities, and culminated in jointly mapping-out concrete steps and action plans.