MALAYSIA-UNESCO COOPERATION PROGRAMME

Session 1: Impact of Haze on the Environment and the Biosphere
1. Prof. Bambang Hero Saharjo (Institut Pertanian Bogor – IPB): Case Study 1
2. Dr. Ir. Israr Albar (Directorate General of Climate Change, Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF)
3. Mr. Luqmanul Hakim, ST., MT. (Head of Monitoring and Reporting Sub Directorate,
National Agency for Disaster management – BNPB)
4. Ir. Hartono, M.Sc. (Secretary of Peatland Restoration Agency – BRG)
5. Mrs. Sandrayati Moniaga (Commissioner, Komnas HAM)
Session 2: Haze, Human Rights and Human Dignity
1. Dr. Muhammad Ali Imron (Gadjah Mada University – UGM): Case Study 2
2. Mr. Akhmad Tamanuruddin (Representative of the indigenous community from Kalimantan)
3. Mr. Abdi Akbar (Director of Political Development, Aliansi Masyarakat Adat Nusantara – AMAN)
4. Mr. Setiono (Representative of the indigenous community from Riau)
5. Dr. Helena Muhammad Varkkey (Faculty of Art and Social Sciences, University of Malaya – UM)
Session 3: Social and Economic Aspects of Haze: The Issues of Equality, Justice and Equity
1. Ms. Aurelie Charmeau (Research & Ground Solutions Director, PM.Haze): Case Study 3
2. Mr. Agustiono (Corporate Communications Dept., Minamasa Plantation, Sime Darby Group)
3. Dr. Ernoiz Antriyandarti (Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta – UNS)
Session 4: Promoting Sustainable Solutions
1. Prof. Dr. Azizan Baharuddin (Director-General, Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia – IKIM): Case Study of Malaysia
2. Prof. Helmi (Andalas University): Case Study 5: Indigenous People in the Dynamics of Land Use Changes, Forest Fires and Haze in Riau Province, Indonesia