Asia Liberty Forum 2018

Updated: May 25, 2018

More than 250 people from 30 countries gathered in Jakarta, Indonesia at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on February 10-11 for the Asia Liberty Forum 2018. The forum CIPS co-hosted alongside the Atlas Network, examined policy challenges and how to overcome them in to create an economically free and prosperous region. The conference addresses topics such as property rights, growth of technology in the region and included speeches by prominent business, think tank, and civil society leaders.


You can watch all sessions of the Asia Liberty Forum below.


Day 1: 10 February 2018


Asia Liberty Forum 2018- An Overview



Opening Remarks: Atlas Network CEO, Brad Lips & CIPS Chairwoman, Saidah Sakwan



Cornerstone Talks I: Hizkia Respatiadi (mod. by Terry Kibbe)



Cornerstone Talks I: Razeen Sally, Eunhee Park



Cornerstone Talks I: Amartuvshin Dorj, Barun Mitra and Nila Tanzil



Keynote Address: Suraj Vaidya (moderated by Dr. Ronald Meinardus)



Crowdsource Liberty



Keynote Speech: Chatib Basri (mod. by Rainer Heufers)



Shark Tank Competition & Elevator Pitch Competition




Day 2 - 11 February 2018


Cornerstone Talks II & The Ease of Doing Business Index



Breakout Session: Technological Solutions for the Protection of Property Rights



Breakout Session: Property Rights for Prosperity



Breakout Session: Intellectual Property Rights


Asia Liberty Awards Finalists Presentations (mod. by Tom Palmer)


Introducing Indonesian Think Tanks, Ice-Breaking Games


What Does it Take to Start a Think Tank?: Tom Palmer



Let's Talk Business! (mod. by Rainer Heufers)



Breakout Session: Entrepreneurship in E-Commerce



Breakout Session: Supporting Micro-Enterprises



Breakout Session: State-owned Enterprise Reforms



Asia Freedom Dinner


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