The ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum will converge the 50 most dynamic and motivated young leaders from across ASEAN and Australia in a four-day intensive online forum.

The AAYLF 2022 will also cover many specific topics, such as human rights, sustainable business, education, climate change, cultural diversity, and the role of youth in responding to the challenges as well as solution mapping. This also links with the United Nations’ framework of how the five main themes will be integrated as the role of youth within the ASEAN-Australia landscape.

Programme Speakers

H.E. Dato Lim Jock Hoi

Secretary-General ASEAN

Dato Lim Jock Hoi was the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Brunei Darussalam since 2006.

During his tenure, he served as Brunei Darussalam’s Senior Official for the ASEAN Economic Community Pillar (SEOM), APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) and the ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting). He was a member of the High Level Task Force on ASEAN Economic Integration (HLTF-EI) since 2001, serving as the HLTF-EI Chair in 2017. He was Brunei Darussalam’s Chief Negotiator for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), as well as for the P4, precursor to the TPP negotiations. Previously, he was also the Co-Chair during the negotiations for the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA), and also served as Brunei Darussalam’s Chief Negotiator for the Brunei Darussalam-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (BJEPA)

From June 2011-2017, he was the Chairman of the Governing Board of the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). He was also on the External Advisory Board for the ASEAN 2030 Study being undertaken by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

He entered the Government Service as an education officer in 1977 and served as principal of a Secondary School from 1981 – 1985. From February 2001 – July 2005, he was appointed as Director-General, International Relations and Trade Development, Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources. In September 2005, he was appointed as Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

He graduated from the City of London Polytechnic in B.Sc (Hons) Economics in 1976 and received his Post Graduate Certificate of Education in 1977.

He was awarded The Most Honourable Order of Seri Paduka Mahkota Brunei, second Class (D.P.M.B) in 2007. He is married with two sons.

H.E. Ambassador Jane Duke

Australian Ambassador to ASEAN

Ms Duke is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and was most recently Assistant Secretary, South-East Asia Regional Branch. She previously served overseas as Deputy High Commissioner, Malaysia and as Counsellor (Immigration) at Australia’s Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva.

In Canberra, Ms Duke has served as Assistant Secretary of the Canada and Latin America Branch, and the Northern, Southern and Eastern Europe Branch. Ms Duke has also held senior positions in the immigration portfolio.

Ms Duke holds a Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the Australian National University, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Technology Sydney.


Dr Evi Fitriani

International Relations Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Indonesia

Evi Fitriani is an Associate Professor at the University of Indoensia. She is the co-founder of the ASEAN Study Center, University of Indonesia and holds a position of the Indonesia’s Country Coordinator of the Network of East Asian Think Tanks (NEAT). She helped establish the masters program in European Studies at the University of Indonesia.


She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relation Studies from the University of Indonesia and a Master of Arts in Modern International Studies from Leeds University under the British Chevening Award. She also obtained a Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies from the Center for International Studies Ohio University under the Fulbright Scholarship. She completed a PhD Program in Political Sciences and International Relations at the Australian National University, Canberra, supported by Australian Development Scholarship (ADS).Her research interests include Indonesia’s foreign policy, ASEAN, Indonesia’s relations with Australia, Indonesia-Malaysia relations, pre-colonial Southeast Asia, border studies and EU-Asia relations.  


Dr Imran Lum

Director of Islamic Finance, NAB

Imran is a Director of Islamic Finance at the National Australia Bank (NAB). His primary responsibility is building the Islamic finance capability for bank’s Corporate and Institutional Banking division. At NAB, he successfully transacted around ~$1bln in Islamic transactions via developing a Sukuk bond trading platform, an Islamic finance book and an Islamic FX Forward offering. Prior to this, Imran was the national Product Manager for NAB’s multi-award-winning Microenterprise Loans.


Imran serves on the Board of the Australia-ASEAN Council, DFAT and he is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society at the Australian Catholic University. Imran was ranked in the top 500 who make the Islamic Economy by ISLAMICA 500 (2017-2019) and was the 2019 Corporate Winner for the 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians.


Imran has an undergraduate degree from the University of Adelaide, a Masters in Islamic Studies from the University of New England and a PhD in Islamic Studies from the Melbourne Law School and the Asia Institute at the University of Melbourne.


Edwin Hartanto Mailoa

Strategic Development, Tokopedia

Edwin Maloa is a Strategic Development Expert at Tokopedia, responsible for forging new business strategic for Tokopedia. Prior to Tokopedia, Edwin was a Consultant at Boston

Consulting Group and a Summer Associate and Morgan Stanley. Edwin received his MBA from Yale University and his Bachelor of Accounting from Universitas Indonesia.



Nicholas Kittel

Counsellor, Digital Diplomacy, Australian Embassy Indonesia, DFAT

Nicholas Kittel is the Counsellor responsible for Digital Diplomacy at the Australian Embassy, Indonesia. Nicholas has spent his career working in the digital space, both in public affairs and public policy. He is a former journalist and was a member of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s first cohort of cross-media reporters, shaping the way the ABC reports news online. He has provided online communications advice to the Prime Minister and helped shape the way the Australian Public Service uses social media while working for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.


He has experience working in a range of government departments and agencies, including the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Treasury, Department of Health, the Australian Agency for International Development, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. In his role as Counsellor Digital Diplomacy, Nicholas is responsible for connecting and communicating with Indonesia’s online audience, as well as monitoring and reporting on Indonesia’s emerging digital landscape and start-up ecosystem.


Sam Sentana

AVP Fintech, Tokopedia

Samuel Sentana is the AVP of Financial Technology at Tokopedia, developing Tokopedia’s Fintech business and establishing key partnerships with financial institutions and regulators. Prior to Tokopedia, Samuel was an Equity Research Analyst in Deutsche Bank and an investment banker in Credit Suisse. Samuel received his MSc in Accounting and Finance from UNSW and BA from Monash University.


Tokopedia is a unicorn Indonesian technology company. With over 150 million product listings, Tokopedia is pursuing its mission to democratize commerce through technology. Their company vision is to build an ecosystem where anyone can start and discover anything. Today, Tokopedia is the largest e-commerce site in Indonesia,  empowering millions of merchants and users with access to their marketplace, logistics, payments and financial technology businesses.



Annisa Natalegawa

Partner and Managing Director, Asia Group Advisors

Annisa Natalegawa is a Partner and Managing Director at Asia Group Advisors (AGA), a strategy advisory firm that helps clients grow their business in Southeast Asia. Ms. Natalegawa has supported the commercial expansion of several industries through regulatory advocacy and has worked with Australian businesses and universities to increase two-way trade and investment.


Before AGA, Annisa worked at the ASEAN Secretariat and completed post-graduate studies in international law at the Australian National University in Canberra. Annisa is a member of the Advisory Board of the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership where she brings a wealth of commercial and strategy experience to mentor and support the organisation’s growth. 


Biondi Sanda Sima

Head of Implementation, Jabar Digital Service

Biondi is the Head of Implementation of Jabar Digital Service, West Java Governor’s digital delivery unit under the auspices of West Java ICT Agency. The team aims to harness the use of latest digital technology for efficient, responsive, and innovative public services, introducing agile culture into government bureaucracy. His team orchestrates strategic programme that seeks to narrow digital divide for almost 50 million West Java population, such as Digital Village and the implementation of a public service supperapp, Sapawarga. 


He co-led Indonesian Youth Diplomacy (IYD) 2016-2018, an official engagement group to G20’s Leaders Summit, that grooms Indonesia’s youths to represent Indonesia at high-level multilateral meetings. Biondi previously worked for Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, a global non-profit that uses open map for humanitarian response, disaster management, and economic development where he championed tech usage for disenfranchised groups, such as women, youth, and persons with disability. 


Biondi graduated from a double master’s degree at SciencesPo (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris) and Peking University Beijing. Over the course of his study, Biondi garnered over 30 awards and fellowships in over 10 countries, including IMF-World Bank Youth Fellow, Best Talent from Indonesia’s Endowment Funds for Education (LPDP), Best EcoPresenter at HiLo Green Leader, Y20 Summit Delegate, NMUN New York Outstanding Delegate, and a Young Ambassador for Open Government Partnership by Indonesian President’s Delivery Unit.



Iki Sari Dewi

Head of 4 Wheels, Grab, Indonesia

Iki Sari Dewi is the Head of 4 Wheels at Grab, Indonesia. As Head of 4 Wheels, Iki is responsible for the expansion of Grab’s 4-wheeled products and services in the Indonesian market. Prior to Grab, Iki was Chief Operating Officer at agriculture startup Washam, Head of Business Intelligence at online platform Shopee and an Associate at Boston Consulting Group.

Jian Vun

Infrastructure Specialist, World Bank

Jian is an Architect and Urban Planner with experience in urban resilience, and is the Disaster Risk Management Focal Point at the World Bank Jakarta office. He provides technical expertise on urban design and planning, building design and regulation, and inclusive city planning. Since joining the World Bank in 2017, he has worked on projects related to urban resilience, disaster funds, and disaster risk financing. He is also a ‘champion’ in his work unit for gender and disability inclusion, helping task teams to enhance social inclusion outcomes in their projects. His country experience includes Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Solomon Islands.


Before joining the World Bank, he worked as an Infrastructure and Urban Planning Advisor for the Government of Samoa, and in the Pacific Region division of the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). Jian has also spent almost a decade working in the private sector as a registered architect and urban designer, designing a variety of buildings and city master plans in Australia, Canada, Japan, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and the United States of America. An Australian national, he holds a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning, a Master’s degree in Architecture, and a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture.



Louis Henley

First Secretary, Development Cooperation, Australian Embassy Jakarta

Louis Henley is the First Secretary, Development Cooperation at the Australian Embassy Jakarta. Louis manages Australia’s disaster risk management partnership with Indonesia and oversees Australia’s humanitarian assistance activities, including the AUD10.25 million package of support following the 2018 earthquake and tsunami in Central Sulawesi. 

Louis has worked for AusAID/DFAT since 2011, where he has worked on Australia’s humanitarian policy and multilateral partnerships, and has managed humanitarian programs in Myanmar, Thailand, the Philippines and Nepal. Louis was part of the Australian Civil-Military Centre Working Group that published the “A Civil-Military Guide to Australian Stakeholders in International Disaster and Conflict Response”. Whilst working for the Australian Council for International Development in 2010, he co-authored “Working better together: an NGO perspective on improving Australia’s coordination in disaster response”. He has a Master’s in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Arts from the Australian National University.


Adelina Kamal

Executive Director, AHA Centre

Ms. Adelina Kamal currently serves as the Executive Director of the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA Centre), based in Jakarta, Indonesia. She joined the AHA Centre in November 2016 as the Deputy Executive Director, and was appointed by the ten ASEAN Member States in mid-August 2017 as the Executive Director of the AHA Centre. Adelina reports directly to the Governing Board of the AHA Centre that consists of Heads of National Disaster Management Organisations of the ten ASEAN Member States.

Before joining the AHA Centre, Adelina worked for the ASEAN Secretariat for over 20 years. Her last position with the ASEAN Secretariat was Director for Sustainable Development Directorate under the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Department. She first worked on programme development & evaluation and international cooperation for four years until 1998, and then environment, land and forest fires and transboundary haze pollution starting in 1998 where she was involved in the development and negotiation of the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution.

In early 2004, Adelina was entrusted by the Secretary-General of ASEAN to handle the ASEAN cooperation on disaster management, which was still at the early stage. Adelina played a major role in developing the disaster management portfolio into one of the highest priority areas of cooperation in ASEAN. She initiated the development and negotiation of the ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (popularly known as AADMER) and its Work Programmes, and played a key role in the establishment of the AHA Centre. Adelina played a major role in ASEAN’s response to major disasters in the ASEAN region, including Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar in May 2008 where she set up ASEAN’s first ever large-scale humanitarian operations, in support of the Secretary-General of ASEAN and served as a member of the Tripartite Core Group that facilitated incoming relief assistance to cyclone-affected areas.

Adelina has a Master’s degree in Management from IPMI Business School in Indonesia; an MBA degree from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia; and a Bachelor degree in Management from Trisakti University in Indonesia.

Khunapong Khunaraksa

Water Consultant

Khunapong Khunaraksa is a Community & Advocacy Winner of the 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards. Over the last decade, Khunapong has been working to find new and innovative water solutions to empower communities to help themselves.


Currently, Khunapong is a Water Consultant supporting global water startups to expand across Southeast Asia.He is also serving on the Board Of Directors for two organizations: Gravity Water and Masy Consultants. Previously, he worked for, a global award-winning water nonprofit organization and TEAM Group, a Thai public group of engineering and management consulting companies.


Through his work, over 300,000 Cambodians, Indonesians, and Filipinos have been empowered with access to clean water and toilets. Khunapong has worked in seven ASEAN countries as well as Australia and the U.S.


Arifin M. Hadi

Head Division of Disaster Management, Red Cross Indonesia

Arifin M. Hadi is currently The Head of Disaster Management Division of The Indonesian Red Cross Society (PMI) NHQ. He was graduated Master of Public Health in 2007. Joined PMI Headquarters as CBDP Program Manager on year 2000. 2010 until 2014, he has been assigned as Chairperson of the Regional Disaster Management Network in South East Asia of RCRC Movement. He has a lot of experience in emergency response including Pablo Typhoon in Mindanao (New Bataan – Davao) in 2012, Rohingya Conflict in Myanmar (2012 and 2013), Haiyan / Yolanda Typhoon (2014) and various missions other humanity. 


Natalie Sambhi

Founder and Executive Director, Verve Research

Through her research and publications, Natalie Sambhi is committed to helping people gain a more nuanced understanding of Indonesian military affairs, Indonesian defence policy and Southeast Asian security.

Natalie Sambhi is Founder and Executive Director of Verve Research, an independent research collective focussed on the relationship between militaries and societies. Since 2016, she has also been a Research Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre, where she publishes on Indonesian foreign and defence policy as well as Southeast Asian affairs. Natalie is a PhD scholar at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, the Australian National University, focussing on Indonesian military history.

From 2012 to 2016, she worked at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) as an Analyst and Managing Editor of ASPI’s blog, The Strategist. She has previously worked at the Department of Defence and University of Canberra. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) (Hons) from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Arts (International Relations) and Master of Diplomacy from the Australian National University.

In May 2014 and in January 2016, Natalie was a Visiting Fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) in Washington, DC where she researched Indonesian civil–military relations. Natalie has previously been involved with the Australian Institute of International Affairs ACT, having served on council; the US-based Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) as a host of the podcast series Sea Control: Asia Pacific; and as a host for their international relations segment Foreign Entanglements. Her writing has appeared in Security Challenges journal, War On The Rocks, The Diplomat, The Interpreter and The National Interest. Natalie blogs at Follow her on Twitter @securityscholar.


Professor Raymund Joe Quilop

Head of APSC Analysis and Monitoring Division, ASEAN Secretariat

Professor Raymund Quilop is currently Head of the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) Analysis and Monitoring Division at the ASEAN Secretariat. The Division is responsible for researching and analyzing current and emerging trends across APSC sectors as well as monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the APSC Blueprint 2025.

Previously, he was with academia (Associate Professor at the University of the Philippines-Quezon City and Assistant Professor at De La Salle University-Manila). He was associate editor of the Philippine Political Science Journal, an International Scientific Index (ISI)-accredited journal. He also served in government as Assistant Secretary for Assessments and International Affairs, Department of National Defense. His research areas include ASEAN regionalism, security issues, non-proliferation and disarmament and civil-military relations. He has published in peer-reviewed international and national publications as well as written books and book chapters. The latest ones are “Trilateral Cooperation by Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines: Temper Expectations” (2018 article in the journal Global Asia) and a book entitled Security Community Building: From Dialogue to Practical Cooperation (2017).

He holds a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of the Philippines – Diliman where he also obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (Summa Cum Laude).



Professor Shamit Saggar

Director, University of Western Australia Public Policy Institute

Professor Saggar is an esteemed academic and researcher, currently acting as the inaugural director of the UWA Public Policy Institute and as a Professor of Public Policy. He has also held academic appointments at the universities of Liverpool, UCLA, Yale, Toronto, Queen Mary London and Sussex. Professor Saggar has combined academia with extensive leadership experience, including acting as senior advisor to former British prime minister Tony Blair and as chairman of UPP Group Holdings Ltd. As a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, Professor Saggar was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours with a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to social science and public policy in 2017.


Under Professor Saggar’s direction the UWA Public Policy Institute is providing policy-focused thought leadership, professional development programs and partnerships with government agencies to increase the capabilities of policy officials, as well as offer leadership on issues which impact WA, Australia and the Indo-Pacific region.



Gracia Satya Widi Respati

Program Officer, Search for Common Ground, Indonesia

Gracia is a Program Officer with the international non-profit organization Search for Common Ground. Search for Common Ground operates in 36 countries with the mission of transforming the way the world deals with conflict away from adversarial approaches toward cooperative solutions. Gracia is the Project Coordinator for a project called Promoting Peaceful Narratives among Indonesian Youth. This project aims to reduce the influence of violent extremist narratives among internet users – particularly youth – in Indonesia, as a response to growing intolerance and unchallenged hate speech online in recent years.


Gracia orchestrates youth social media influencers, media and civil society organisations to create a “messaging hub task force” to produce peace narratives as an alternative to the ideologies spread by violent extremists. As a young leader in the space of prevention and counter-violent extremism, Gracia offers insights into how youth in ASEAN and Australia to work collaboratively to address regional radicalization and extremism.



Craig Ewers

Team Leader, Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ)

Craig Ewers started working on Australian Justice and security assistance in 1999 and has continued through various countries to his current role as Team Leader of the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ). This partnership covers cooperation on justice and security including preventing violent extremism. AIPJ is now in its second phase and has been working with a range of partners on prevention initiatives across communities, schools and prisons. 


A key element of AIPJ’s approach has been connecting government and civil society partners for learning online and offline through the KHub.  There is now a strong PVE community of practice adapting the KHub for greater interaction and coordination.



James Balzer

Delegates Officer, ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum

James Balzer is currently studying a Master of Sustainable Development at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He has a fond interest and background in community and international development, particularly in the field of social entrepreneurship. This has manifested in his work in Timor-Leste and Malawi, where he has assisted and led the development of renewable energy, agri-tech and med-tech related ventures. 


Likewise, James has founded, run and assisted a variety of community development projects in Sydney, particularly in the space of sustainability and environmental justice. Furthermore he has participated in entrepreneurship programs such as the Hacker Exchange, in Singapore, and the China-Australia Millennial Project (CAMP), seeking to develop an entrepreneurial vision towards Asia’s most pertinent issues. 



H.E. Phasporn Sangasubana

Permanent Representative of Thailand to ASEAN

Ambassador Phasporn Sangasubana was appointed as the Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Thailand to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2017. Prior to this, she was Deputy Director-General of the Department of ASEAN Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Thailand. She has held the position of Minister at the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore and Moscow, Russia; as well as Counsellor for the Royal Thai Embassy/ Permanent Mission of Thailand to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Vienna, Austria.


Ambassador Phasporn has supported Thailand as ASEAN Chair in 1987 and 2009. She has also supported tasks to assist Thais during the Gulf War (1990) and joined Thailand’s campaign as the Candidate to the Secretary-General of the United Nations (2004-2006).


Ambassador Phasporn holds a BA in Political Science from Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, and MA in International Affairs from Ohio University, Athens, USA. She has been awarded with the Knight Grand Cross (First Class) of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant in 2014.



Dr Sue Thompson

Senior Lecturer, Australian National University

Sue has extensive experience in academia, government, the media and the non-government sector.  Her research specialisation examines the history of regional cooperation in Southeast Asia during the Cold War with a focus on foreign and defence policy influences in the post-war evolution of Southeast Asian regionalism, recently publishing her second sole-authored book on this topic. 


Sue was the research coordinator at the Australian Civil Military Centre, in the Australian Department of Defence, working on complex issues of coordinating civil, military and police personnel in conflict zones, disaster relief missions, post-conflict reconstruction and peacekeeping missions. Sue has worked for a minister in the Australian Government, as a journalist for the Associated Press, based in London, and in the non-government sector for the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) and the Mental Health Council of Australia.


Sue completed her PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London, and holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor degree with honours from the Australian National University.



Amelia Fyfield

Country Director - Indonesia, CSIRO

Amelia as CSIRO’s Indonesia Country Director works to build and maintain relationships with Indonesian and other Australian Government agencies, as well as industry and development partners active in the region, to provide documented and actionable insight to CSIRO scientists and partners seeking Indonesian market entry. She also works closely with the Australian Embassy team to support targeted market engagement programs profiling Australia’s science and innovation capabilities.


Amelia brings to CSIRO a wealth of experience, most recently as Head of Beanstalk AgTech business in Australia and New Zealand and previously across a range of Trade Development and Market Access roles for the Victorian Government, including a stint in Kuala Lumpur as their Deputy Commissioner to Southeast Asia.


Amelia is fluent in Indonesian, holds a Master of international Business and is an AsiaLink Leaders Program fellow.



Usman Hamid

Executive Director, Amnesty International Indonesia

Usman Hamid is Executive Director of Amnesty International Indonesia and Board Member of Transparency International Indonesia. He finished his MPhil study at the Department of Political and Social Change, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University 2016. In 1998, Usman was a student activist from Trisakti University where four students were shot dead—this incident triggered a nationwide protest that toppled the Suharto regime. He subsequently became the coordinator of KontraS, the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence and its council representative in the Asian Federation Against Disappearances based in Manila. He also served as an expert adviser to the International Center for Transitional Justice, Jakarta office, from 2010 until 2012. In 2011, 


Usman was appointed to the Presidential Working Unit for the Supervision and Management of Development, where he reviewed the policy on Indonesia’s Human Rights Nation Plan of Action of 2011–2014. In 2012 Usman co-founded the Public Virtue Institute and the Indonesian Branch of, the world’s largest online petition platform. He has been a visiting scholar at University of Columbia (2003) and held a fellowship at Nottingham University (2009).



Gustika Jusuf-Hatta

UNFPA Youth Advisory Panelist

Gustika Jusuf-Hatta is an emerging young professional in international politics and security, a content creator, and a published author based in Jakarta, Indonesia, with substantial experience in the non-profit and youth advocacy. Her research interests include feminist foreign policy, international security, and human rights law. Gustika earned her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in War Studies from King’s College London in 2018. At present, she is serving as a Youth Advisory Panel to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Indonesia for 2019-2021. 


She is an ASEAN Youth Fellow of Singapore International Foundation in the 2018-2019 cohort.


Hayley Winchcombe

Chair, ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership

Hayley Winchcombe recently graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) in Political Science and International Relations. Hayley was the recipient of the prestigious UWA Fogarty Scholarship. Her Honours research looked at the link between migration governance and well-being for migrant domestic workers in Southeast Asia. 


She was the inaugural New Colombo Plan ASEAN Fellow in 2018 and studied at Nanyang Technological University Singapore. During her time abroad she interned with the Australian Mission to ASEAN, the ASEAN Foundation, the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and AustCham ASEAN.