The Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) is a non-partisan, non-politic, and independent foreign policy organization established in 2015 to discuss and introduce international relations issues to many relevant actors in Indonesia such as diplomats, ambassadors, government officials, academia, researchers, businesses, media, lecturers, think-tanks, students and media. FPCI is also dedicated to studying the most pressing foreign policy issues related to ASEAN, geopolitics, middle powers, geo-economics, and the diaspora. To date, FPCI has grown to be the largest foreign policy community in Indonesia with more than 100,000 people in its network.
The Korea Foundation (KF) was established in 1991 to promote the charms of Korea to the world and to perform and support public diplomacy to deepen mutually friendly international civil networks. Since its founding, the KF has worked on various foreign exchange programs including the promotion of Korean studies, networking to foster international cooperation, arts and cultural exchanges, and media projects. Today, the KF stands tall as a specialized public diplomacy organization that represents Korea. According to the Public Diplomacy Act, the KF is the only “institution that conducts public diplomacy” and it is growing thanks to the participation of all citizens.
Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI)
Mayapada Tower 1, 19th Floor, Unit 02
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 28
South Jakarta, Indonesia, 12920