◆講話者◆在大阪インドネシア共和国総領事 Consul General Diana Emilla Sari Sutikno



The year 2020 marked the 20th anniversary of the Security Council resolution 1325, the first resolution which affirms the importance of women’s participation in the building and maintenance of peace and security.
While the international community commemorated the landmark resolution and reaffirmed the importance of gender empowerment, the unprecedented threat of the COVID-19 pandemic made evident of disproportionate impact to socially and economically vulnerable population.
In order to deepen understanding of gender equality and empowerment, JCAN has planned the lecture series by inviting experts from Japan and abroad.
The first guest speaker is Ms Diana Emilla Sari Sutikono, Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Osaka, who has extensive experience in UN human rights diplomacy as well as international peace and security by serving at the Indonesian Permanent Missions in New York as well as in Geneva.
We cordially invite fellow Chevening Scholars to join us in the online event in which Counsul General Sutikono will share Indonesia’s experience in contributing to international peace and security in the field of gender.
JCAN lecture series on Gender Equality and Empowerment

  • Date and time: 8am-9am (Japan time), Saturday 28 August
  • Format: Zoom
  • Speaker: Ms Diana Emilla Sari Sutikono, Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Osaka
  • Presentation: Gender equality and empowerment: Indonesia’s experience in contributing international peace and security
  • Note: Chatham House rule is applied.
    Speaker Biography
    Consul General Diana Emilla Sari Sutikono is an Indonesian Senior Government Official and Diplomat. She is appointed as Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Osaka since 7th December 2020.
    Prior to this assignment, she served as the Head of Bureau of International Cooperation which later on was appointed as the Head of Cooperation Bureau at the Indonesian FDA, as well as has extensive diplomatic assignments overseas, working in the field of human rights diplomacy at the Indonesian Permanent Mission in Geneva and peace and security issues at the Indonesian Permanent Mission in New York. She is a Chevening Scholar of 2001-2002 (LLM in International Human Rights Law from the School of Law, University of Nottingham).

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