Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta

Founding Year: 1971

Staff: 29


Philips J, Vermonte (Executive Director)

A non-profit organization and think tank working on social, international, political and economic issues. It gives “advice, ideas and support to government and other stakeholders such as parliament, political parties, businesses and NGOs” It also reaches out to the “regional and international communities in order to develop awareness of Indonesian policies and their state of development.” Subsequently, it provides “feedback to the Indonesian government on domestic and international developments.”





Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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