Background

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the world’s best plans to build a better  world for humans and our planet up to 2030. Adopted by all UN member countries in 2015, SDGs are an invitation from all countries – poor, rich and middle income – to promote prosperities as well as conserving the environment. They admit that abolishing poverty must go in line with strategies that build the economic growth and solve various social needs including education, health, equality and employment, and tackling climate change and working to conserve the sea and forests.

In the current globalization era, there are many ecological crises that arise due to disturbed natural balance. Unconsciously, our actions and attitudes have damaged ecology. Inappropriate use of technology is one of which that can disrupt the balance of nature such as climate change, the crisis of clean water, air pollution, and various other ecological crises that conflict with the SDGs.

Local wisdom is the ideas, values or views from a place with good wisdom and values that are followed and trusted by the community in that place and it has been followed for generations. Local wisdom is closely related to the management of natural resources and the environment. However, over the times the position of local wisdom is increasingly marginalized. Today, local wisdom faces challenges, including increasingly rapid technological developments followed by the adoption of excessive technology without maintaining the local knowledge. The excessive use of technology can damage the balance of nature and the environment. Many people do not realize the essence of local wisdom and abandon the habits that have been built for a long time by their ancestors.

The activities to inherit local wisdom to the next generation in order to manage the natural resources and environment have faded and even abandoned. In fact, local wisdom contributes to manage natural resources and the environment. Local wisdom cannot also be separated from challenges such as: increasing population, modern technology and culture, large capital as well as poverty and inequality. The prospect of local wisdom in the future is strongly influenced by the community knowledge, technological innovations, market demands, utilization and the conservation of biodiversity in the environment, and also various government policies that are directly related to the management of natural resources and the environment and the role of local communities.

Globalization which then triggered the Industrial Revolution 4.0 brought significant changes to the process of maintenance, development, improvement in the environment, economy, technology, health, education, and social affairs in the international community. The digital revolution and the technological disruption era are the other terms of industry 4.0. It is called the digital revolution because of the proliferation of computers and the automation of records in all fields. The Industry 4.0 is said to be an era of technological disruption because automation and connectivity in a field will make the movement of the industrial world and work competition becomes not linear.

One of the unique characteristics of industry 4.0 is the application of artificial intelligence. One form of the application is the use of robots to replace human power so that it is cheaper, more effective and efficient. The challenges of industry 4.0 can be simplified as; (1) industry readiness; (2) trusted workforce; (3) ease of socio-cultural arrangements; and (4) diversification and job creation. In the other hand, the industry 4.0 opportunities are namely; (1) ecosystem innovation; (2) competitive industrial base; (3) investment in technology; and (4) integration of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurship. The social and culture are some of the big challenges in the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Thus, local wisdom is needed to balance the social and cultural challenges in harmonizing SDGs with the Industrial Revolution 4.0,.

Aim and Scope

The intended results from the International Conference of Riau Annual Meeting on Law and Social Sciences regarding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are as follows:

  1. To spread ideas and thoughts about the Sustainable Development Goals;
  2. To accommodate ideas about harmonizing SDGs and local wisdom;
  3. To explore, record and redefine the concepts of local wisdom that support the Sustainable Development Goals;
  4. To accommodate and harmonize the legal concepts and theories (in the fields of Criminal, Civil, Constitutional, and International Law) that are oriented in the Sustainable Development Goals and Local Wisdom, and;
  5. To implement the concept of Sustainable Development Goals and Local Wisdom in social life in the era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.

The theme of this International Conference is “Harmonization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with Local Wisdom in the Framework of Industrial Revolution 4.0”.

The sub themes/ topics are as follows:

  1. Law
  2. Humaniora
  3. Social Sciences
  4. Political Science
  5. Communication
  6. Management
  7. Anthropology
  8. Sosiology
  9. Economic and Business
  10. Education
  11. Islamic Law
  12. Environment
  13. Others Social Sciences Studies

Invited Speakers

Venue
Pangeran Hotel, Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia

Jl. Jenderal Sudirman No. 371-373, Cinta Raja, Sail, Cinta Raja, Kec. Sail, Kota Pekanbaru, Riau 28126

Map click here

Important Dates

The important dates during the activity process are as follows:

Call for Papers

The participants of this international conference are :

  1. Academics;
  2. Professionals;
  3. Under Graduate and Post Graduate Students
  4. Related Parties.

Abstract and Paper Submission

Participants can send abstracts and full papers here

Registration Fee and Payment

 

 

Indonesian Nationality

International Participant

Main Author/ Presenter

IDR  2.500.000,00

USD  165,00

Additional Author

IDR  500.000,00

USD  37,00

Participant (Non-Presenter)

IDR  400.000,00

USD  30,00

Undergraduate Student (Non-Presenter)

IDR  50.000,00

Postgraduate Student (Non-Presenter)

IDR  100.000,00

Registration fee can be tranferred:

Bank Account

BNI 46 No. 0838942665

Beneficiary’s Name

Adi Tiara Putri

Swift Code

Accommodation

List of hotels near venue:
  1. Grand Central Hotel
  2. Fave Hotel
  3. Evo Hotel
  4. Premier Hotel

Visa Information
Official Information about Indonesian Visa can be found here

Advisory Board

  • Prof. Dr. Ir. Aras Mulyadi, DEA
  • Prof.Dr. H. Syafrinaldi SH., MCL
  • ‎Prof. Dr. Sujianto, M.Si
  • Prof. Dr. H. Zulkarnain, SE.,MM
  • Prof. Dr. Ir. Thamrin, MSc
  • Prof. Dr. Sunarmi, SH., M.Hum.

Scientific Committee

  • Dr. Firdaus. SH,. MH
  • Dr. Mexsasai. SH,. MH
  • Dr. Hayatul Ismi. SH,. MH
  • Dr. Evi Deliana HZ. SH,. LL.M

Committee

  • Chairman of the Committee : Dr. Mukhlis. R, SH, MH
  • Secretary of the Committee : Dr. Hengki Firmanda. S, SH, LL.M, MSI

  • Treasurer of the committee 1: Sri Hayati Djamil,SE.Ak.,M.Ak.
  • Treasurer of the committee 2 : Adi Tiara Putri,SH.,MH.
  • Public Relations Section : Afrida,S.Sos.,M.Pd.
  • Event section:Ledy Diana, SH.,MH.
  • Equipment Section : Setia Putra, SH.,MH
  • Consumption Section : Ulfiah Hasanah,SH.,MKn.

Contact

Website: http://ramlas2019.confglobal.org
Email: fh@unri.ac.id

Adi Tiara Putri : +6281363170786

Setia Putra: +6285271312225

Ledy Diana +6281371717843