Dear knowledge enthusiast,
Due to massive amount of essays that we received, over 600 essays in total, it was really challenging for us to select the best 20 essays. After a serious consideration by the Board of Reviewer, we are delighted to inform that the Organising Committee for ICID 2013 – BNI London Essay Competition has selected these 20 best essays.
We invite the authors of these 20 essays to attend the conference to present your work on the 12-14 September 2013 at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University, The Hague, the Netherlands. Should you wish to make any changes to the content of your essay, please send a revised essay as soon as possible email@example.com.
If you have not yet registered for the conference please register online by following the guideline via our link:http://icid.ppibelanda.org/?page_id=144. Please note that you must be registered in order to present your essay. The presentation will be held during the second day of ICID Conference. We will provide you an invitation letter to be used for visa application. Further information on your presentation will be emailed to you nearer the time of the event.
For those who are not selected, please do not be discouraged as the quality of essays that we have received is of an extremely high standard, making the selection processes more complex and challenging. You are still very welcome to attend ICID 2013 in Den Haag on the 12 – 14 September 2013 should you wish to do so. Registration should be proceeded by following the guidelines on our website http://icid.ppibelanda.org/?page_id=144. The list of invited speakers are available in our website
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
ICID 2013 – BNI London Essay Competition
Best 20 essays ICID 2013 – BNI London Essay Competition
|Mohammad R. Fatahillah||Global energy resources shifts and how to deal with it for Indonesia|
|Maria Elfani||Indonesian Migrant Labours (Buruh Migran Indonesia): A Perspective from Labour Policy|
|Tanita Dhiyaan R||The Intangible Assets: How Indonesia Can Maximize Its Soft Power to Develop|
|Dea Fitri Amelia||Better Indonesia by Systemic Ehancement of Education Quality|
|Masruri||Incentive Programs to Boost the Smart-grid Photovoltaic Solar Electricity in Indonesia|
|Nanda Najih Habibil Afif||Geohazard Agricultural Insurance: Safety Concept for Better Indonesian Farmer|
|I Made Andi Arsana||Mapping the Sovereignty: Strengthening Nationalism through a Geospatial-based, Crowdsourced Mobile Application|
|Doddy Aditya Iskandar||Avoiding Roads to Nowhere: Fuel levy as a means of road financing to stimulate economic growth|
|Tsany Dewi||Welfare economics and national wealth dissemination: the alternative approach to the effective micro finance disbursement|
|Justitia Avila Veda||A ticket to Eutopia: Integrated strategy in facing corruption and life prosperity challenge|
|Ivanna||Building a future house called Modern Indonesia|
|Rangga Handika||Integrated higher education loan|
|Mirza Satria Buana||Legal Education Manufacturing Hope for a Better Indonesia|
|Bernadetha Athalia||Infrastructure as key for a better Indonesia|
|Verry Anggara Musriana||Toward Technologycally-Developed Indonesia|
|Hermawan Nugroho||Towards a good society|
|Achmad Masyhadul Amin||The Fat VAT, Diet Tips for Indonesian Government|
|Aditya Rachman||Advance Transportation System and Management|
|Agung Yoga Sembada||Overcoming Indonesian Inferiority Syndrome|
|Yesaya Raditya||The Power, problems, and importance of our Sea|