Multi-stakeholder cooperation for inclusive agricultural development: opportunities and challenges for education and research
Recently the Week of Indonesia-Netherlands Education and Research (WINNER) took place in a hybrid format. It was the second time that the event was being organized with this years’ theme being “Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals: Education and Research Collaboration Towards the Future”.
During the 3-day event, 150 speakers were sharing their knowledge in over 20 sessions. Maastricht School of Management (MSM) organized the session on sustainable agriculture with a focus on partnerships. Huub Mudde, Assistant Professor / Senior Project Consultant at MSM provided a presentation on “Multi-stakeholder cooperation for inclusive agricultural development: opportunities and challenges for education and research”. Experiences of IPB University were shared by Pria Sembada, Lecturer & Researcher at IPB University and Yuni Resti, Lecturer at the College of Vocational Studies, IPB University. The session was moderated by Rara Dewayanti, Director of Anugrah Agrisrindo.
The speakers shared their knowledge on the lessons learned on the cooperation between the Netherlands and Indonesia to over 40 participants. The session focused on the vision that cooperation is essential for achieving sustainable economic development. Topics that were part of the discussion were amongst others the lessons that can be learned for education and research from Triple Helix partnerships in animal logistics, poultry and the dairy sector.
To rewatch the presentation, please click here for the recording.
Winner is an initiative by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jakarta, Nuffic Neso Indonesia, the Indonesian Academy of Young Scientists (ALMI), the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), and the Dutch Research Council (NWO).