Sample Agenda Knowledge Hubs Bali (DOC) - World Bank Institute

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AGENDA


Day 1
-

Tuesday, July 10:
Advancing the Knowledge Hubs Agenda


From Political Leadership to
Implementation

Time

Session

Objectives

08h30


10h00

Registration and Participant check
-
in



1.
OPENING CEREMONY

10h00


11h00

The South
-
South Knowledge Exchange Agenda


From Political
Leadership to Implementation for Results

Welcoming remarks by:

Prof. Dr. Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana, Minister of National Development
Planning, Indonesia;


Opening remarks by:



H.E. Prof. DR. Boediono, Vice President, Indonesia


Statements:



Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Managing Director, World Bank;



Hiroto Arakawa, Vice President, JICA;



Dr. Ajay Chhibber, UN Assistant Secretary
-
General and Assistant
Administra
tor, UNDP


Welcome participants and present the objectives
and an overview of the dynamic of the meeting
and perspectives on Advancing the Knowledge
Hubs Agenda


From Political Leadership to
Implementation


11h00


11h45

Coffee/Tea Break


11h15


11h45

Press Conference

Dr. Lukita Dinarsyah Tuwo, Vice Minister of National Development
Planning, Indonesia, and representatives from World Bank, JICA and
UNDP



2.

HIGH LEVEL PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION

11h45


13h15

Developing an Agenda for South
-
South Knowled
ge Exchange


The
Importance of Political Leadership, Sound Policy and Coordination


Framing the Subject: Knowledge Hubs


Opportunities for Effective
Development



Sanjay Pradhan, Vice President, World Bank Institute


Panelists



Marek Belka, President, Natio
nal Bank of Poland, Poland;



Mihir Shah, Minister of State, Member of Planning Commission,
India;



Maria Kiwanuka, Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic
Development, Uganda;



Wardana, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia;



Zheng Xiaosong, Assistant

Minister, Ministry of Finance, China;



Madina Abylkassymova, Vice Minister of Economic Development
and Trade, Kazakhstan


Moderator: Sandrina Malakiano

Outline key challenges and opportunities of
country
-
led Knowledge Hubs and their role as an
implementati
on anchor of the SSKE agenda and
offer a high
-
level political perspective on the
importance of SSKE and the need for sound
implementation frameworks, providing examples
from various viewpoints.



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Time

Session

Objectives

13h15


14h30

Lunch Break



3.

PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION

14
h30


15h30

South
-
South Knowledge Exchange as an instrument for development
-

Ensuring Effective Learning




Sandra Bessudo, Presidential Agency for International Cooperation,
Colombia;



Amb. Verónica Paula Ferraris, Under Secretary for Coordination and
Inte
rnational Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Argentina



Dr. Christoph Beier, Managing Director, GIZ, Germany;



Dr. Ahmet Tiktik, Vice President, Cooperation and Capacity
Development, Islamic Development Bank;



Prof. Newman Kwadwo Kusi, Special Adviser
to the Minister,
Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Ghana


Moderator: Peter Baxter, Director General, AusAID


Provide insights into effective partnerships
between countries to ensure learning leads to
measurable results. The session will explore w
ays
how countries both on the demand and the supply
side of learning can prepare for South
-
South
Knowledge Exchanges.


4.

COUNTRY PRESENTATION PANEL SESSION

15h30


17h30

Developing Institutional Country Capacity for Knowledge Sharing


Models for Knowle
dge Hubs


Introduction: The Building Blocks for Effective Knowledge Hubs


Country presentations



Dewo Broto Joko Putranto, Director for Multilateral Foreign
Funding, BAPPENAS, Indonesia;



Maud Dlomo, Deputy Director General, Department of
International Relat
ions and Cooperation, DIRCO, South Africa;



Shih Chia Yap, Director, International Partnerships, Singapore
Cooperation Enterprise (SCE);



Dr. Elsio Contini, Adjunct Head of Studies, Embrapa, Brasil;



Carlos Tena, Director for Political Planning, Mexican Agenc
y for
International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID), Mexico;



Deputy Director General, Ministry of Finance; China (TBD);



Taeyong Yoon, Director General for International Economic
Affairs, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Korea (TBC)


Discussion and Q&A

A

short coffee/tea break will be held at 16h30.


Moderator: TBD


Present the building blocks to the implementation
of Knowledge Hubs. Highlight specific country
experiences and potential models for Knowledge
Hubs, focusing on questions related to national
c
oordination, partnerships, funding, and results
and accountability.


5.

CLOSING SESSION DAY 1


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Time

Session

Objectives

17h30


17h45

Summary of day 1 key take
-
aways and Communiqué on Strategies
Towards Country
-
Led Knowledge Hubs




Dr. Lukita Dinarsyah Tuwo, Vice Minister of Na
tional
Development Planning, Indonesia


Summarize and reflect on the key take
-
aways of
the first day.

19h00


20h30

Cultural Program and Dinner






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Day 2
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Wednesday, July 11:
Peer Learning: Knowledge Hub Implementation


Key mechanisms and solutions

Time

Session

Objectives

6.
PANEL DISCUSSION SESSION

9h00


10h30


The Components of Knowledge Hubs


Challenges and Practical
Solutions


Opening remarks



Hasan Kleib, Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia


Panel



Mr. Hiroshi Kato, Depu
ty Director, JICA Research Institute;



Anne Louise Grinsted, Senior Technical Advisor, Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, DANIDA, Denmark;



WooChong Um, Deputy Director General, Regional and Sustainable
Development Department, Asian Development Bank;



Tatjana Cenov
a Mitrevska, Agency for Real Estate Cadastre,
Macedonia


Moderator: Akihiko Nishio, Operations Director, World Bank Institute


Review of the key lessons of Day 1 and explain
the dynamics and objectives of Day


Discuss the effectiveness of SSKE as a
develo
pment instrument and introduce case
stories and instruments to help participants think
about scaling up SSKE through Knowledge Hubs.


10h30


11h00

Coffee/Tea Break



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.

PARALLEL ROUND TABLE SESSIONS 1
-
5

11h00


12h30

Knowledge Hubs in Practice: Challen
ges and Experiences


RT01
-

Knowledge exchange as an effective development instrument


When and why to use it?

RT02
-

Setting up a knowledge hub


Implications at the institutional,
operational and humans resource levels

RT03
-

National coordination


E
ngaging with in
-
country partners

RT04
-

Developing the supply


Identifying and packaging quality
knowledge to be shared

RT05
-

The demand for knowledge


Brokering, identifying and
connecting to interested partners


Participant institutions will have th
e opportunity
to present the challenges they face while
implementing knowledge hub infrastructure. Peer
institutions will respond with advice and present
their experiences. The objective will be to
accumulate pathways to overcome Knowledge
Hub implementati
on challenges through the
collective experience of the participants in the
respective round table sessions.

12h30


13h30

Lunch Break




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.

PARALLEL ROUND TABLE SESSIONS 6
-
10

13h30


15h00

Knowledge Hubs in Practice: Challenges and Experiences


RT06
-

T
he art of knowledge exchange


Designing and implementing
exchanges that lead to results

RT07
-

Sustainable engagements


Making knowledge exchanges last

RT08
-

Monitoring and evaluation of knowledge exchange


How to
measure results and learning outcomes

RT09
-

Multilateral support


Working with development partners

RT10
-

Options for funding


Securing and sustaining adequate financing

Participant institutions will have the opportunity
to present the challenges they face while
implementing knowledge hub

infrastructure. Peer
institutions will respond with advice and present
their experiences. The objective will be to
accumulate pathways to overcome Knowledge
Hub implementation challenges through the
collective experience of the participants in the
respect
ive round table sessions.


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Time

Session

Objectives

15h00


15h30

Coffee/Tea Break



9
.

LESSONS LEARNED AND REPORT IN PLENARY

15h30


16h30

Lessons learned from the Parallel Round Table Sessions

Report
-
out in plenary



Synthesize key reflections and outcomes of the
discussions a
nd outline ways forward towards
advancing the implementation of knowledge hub
infrastructure.

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0
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CLOSING SESSION

16h30


17h00

Creating Knowledge Hubs
-

Ways forward


Closing remarks



Wismana Adisuryabrata, Deputy Minister for Development Funding,
Bappen
as



Stefan Koeberle, Country Director for Indonesia, World Bank



Tomoyuki Tada, Senior Representative, JICA Indonesia



Beate Trankmann, Country Director, UNDP Indonesia



18h00


20h30

Side event (by invitation only)

South
-
South Facility Partner meeting and

Reception/Dinner




Day 3
-

Thursday, July 12: Field Trips

Time

Project


Mangrove Management Center supported by JICA and PNPM Projects supported by
t
he World Bank show two different activities developed
with local values and modalities. The projects ma
y inspire visitors to develop similar activities with similar conditions.


08.
0
0
-
11.00

Mangrove Management Center

08.
0
0
-
11.00

PNPM


Subak and Art Market

12.00

Lunch
with

Kintamani

Lake View

16.00

Arrival at Hotel