Partner Hotel: Hotel Nikko
22 – 23 July, 2009 • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
in partnership with
Swinburne University Australia
Universiti Teknologi Mara
Universiti Sains Malaysia
• Peter De Courcy Hero Stanford University, Graduate Business School, US• Erna Witoelar, UN Ambassador, MDGs, President, Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium... and many more.
- See SPEAKER'S PROFILES Here
• Assess the impact of the global crisis on different types of philanthropy• Take note of the consequences of the crisis on CSR• Draw upon the strength of philanthropy to address crisis-generated consequences• Creatively identify challenges and opportunities for philanthropy• Initiate exchange of expertise and dialogue between those interested in philanthropic action• Bring together the community of philanthropic organizations, corporations, governments, non-governmental organisations, and individuals
• hunger,• poverty,• disease,• unemployment• illiteracy and• ill-health.
• sustaining social harmony,• providing basic needs to families and• protecting the environment.
• policy makers• corporate leaders• religious figures• academicians• researchers• civil society activists• students• diplomats• parliamentarians, state legislators• functionaries of regional and international organizations• representatives of the media.
• Turning Crisis into Victory: Challenges for the Non-profit SectorSpeaker: H.E. Erna Witoelar, Chair, Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, UN Ambassador for the MDGs• The Role of Philanthropy in an Uncertain Global EnvironmentSpeaker: Mr. Peter De Courcy Hero, Senior Fellow, Centre for Social Innovation, Graduate Business School, Stanford University, USAQ & A
1.00 pm - 2.00 pm• New Generation of Philanthropists or Philanthrocapitalists: Their Role in Social Change And SustainabilitySpeaker: Ms. Christine Edwards, CEO, The Myer Foundation/Sidney Myer Fund, Australia• Building Sustainable CommunitiesCase Study: The Making of Eco-Paesantran Daarut Tauhiid, Bandung, IndonesiaSpeaker: Dr. Budi Faisal, Head, Eco Paesantran, IndonesiaQ & A
4.30 pm• Islamic Generosity: Critical Overview, Practices and Challenges in the Indonesian PerspectiveSpeaker: Mr. Zaim Saidi, Director, Public Interest Research and Advocacy Centre (PIRAC), Indonesia• Ensuring Access to Learning: The Case of Sri Murugan Centre, MalaysiaSpeaker: Dato’ Dr. M Thambirajah, Director, Sri Murugan Centre, Malaysia• The Christian Perspective of Giving and ReceivingSpeaker: Dr Irene Fernandez, Director, Tenaganita, MalaysiaQ & A
11.00 am - 11.30 am• Mobilizing CSR for Strategic PhilanthropySpeaker: Dr. Michael Liffman, Director, Asia Pacific Centre for Philanthropy as Social Investment, Swinburne University, Australia• CSR Practices in MalaysiaSpeaker: Prof. Dr. Mustafa Mohamed Zain, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia• Community Investment Through CSRSpeaker: Assoc. Prof. Edmund Terrence Gomez, Faculty of Economics & Administration, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia• Issues, Challenges and The Future of CSRSpeaker: Dr. Mohamad Reevany Bustami, Chair, CSR & Philanthropy Trans-disciplinary Action Group, Universiti Sains MalaysiaQ & A
1.00 pm - 2.00 pm• Strategic Corporate Philanthropy For SustainabilitySpeaker: Mr. Azhar Osman Khairuddin, Senior General Manager, Group Legal & Corporate Affairs, PETRONAS, Malaysia• Philanthropy in Africa: The Modern and The TraditionalSpeaker: Dr. Bhenkinkosi Moyo, Programme Director, TrustAfrica• Supporting Community Efforts through CSR: Problems, Challenges and OpportunitiesSpeaker: Mr Virendra S Gupte, Chief - Trade Services, Corporate Head - Corporate Sustainability/ Ethics Counsellor, Tata International, India• Making a Difference through National Policy Changes and Regulatory InnovationsSpeaker: Mr. Alan Feinstein, Asian Public Intellectual Fellow, ThailandQ & A
• Challenges to the Growth of Climate Change PhilanthropySpeaker: Mr. Don Mohanlal, President & CEO, The Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation, India• Green Philanthropy: Issues and ChallengesSpeaker: Mr. Ralph Dixon, Director of Environmental Investments, YTL, Malaysia• Saving Bali: Sustaining Ecological Practices of CommunitiesSpeaker: Mr. I Made Suaranatha, Director, Yayasan Wisnu, Bali• For a Sustainable World: Solutions in Green PhilanthropySpeaker: Assoc. Prof. Nik Meriam, Research Head, Programme on 'Sustainability and Environment', Universiti Malaya, MalaysiaQ & A