17 - 24

July 2022


For Y20 Indonesia 2022

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Y20 Pre-summit was held in Palembang, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Balikpapan and Manokwari. While the Y20 main event was held in Jakarta & Bandung.

17 January
19 February
19 & 20 March
23 & 24 April
21 & 22 May
18 & 19 June
17-24 July
27-30 October

Priority Areas

The delegates will be called to address four main Priority Areas:


More than 80 international young delegates will take part to the event.

How To Get Involved?

There are various ways to get involved in the Y20 2022 process!



Michael Victor

Rahayu Saraswati D.


Indra Dwi

Nurul Hidayatul

  • Organizing Committee
  • Indonesian Youth Diplomacy

Syahid Deradjat

Deputy Chair

Maral Dipodiputro


Maudina Tri Hartasya


Angelo Abil Wijaya

Head of Project Management Office

Muhammad Syaeful Mujab

Co-Head of Program and Logistics Division

Kristia Sianipar

Head of Sponsorship Division

Panji Saputra

Head of External and Partnership Division

Tommy Aditya

Head of Research Division

Puteri Anetta Komarudin

Co-Head Selection Committee of Indonesian Delegates to Y20 2022

Caroline Dea Tasirin

Co-Head Selection Committee of Indonesian Delegates to Y20 2022

Pangeran Siahaan

Head of Communications

Indonesian Youth Diplomacy (IYD) is a non-profit youth organization aiming to promote international exposure and drive inclusive empowerment for Indonesian youths to be influential voices at the national and international levels. We work with current students, recent graduates and young professionals to advance Indonesian youth leadership, both locally and globally.

IYD recruits for the Y20 Summit, the official Youth Engagement Group to the G20 Leaders Summit. It is a Youth Focal Point to the Republic of Indonesia’s G20 Sherpa. IYD also holds programs that share knowledge, engage foreign policy influencers, government officials, International Government Organizations (IGOs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Private Sector and other stakeholders in dialogue with Indonesian youths. Up to 2021, IYD has consistently sent official Indonesian youth delegations to Y20 Summits in Canada, France, USA, UK, Russia, Australia, Turkey, China, Germany, Argentina, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Italy. It consists of over 50 highly accomplished Indonesian youth talents, spread across various industries with diverse set of expertise. At the G20 Indonesia Presidency in 2022, IYD has received a recommendation from the Ministry of Youth and Sports and was appointed by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs as the organizer of Y20 Indonesia 2022.

Government Bodies

Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports

Ministry of State Owned Enterprises

DKI Jakarta Provincial Government

West Java Provincial Government

South Sumatra Provincial Government

West Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government

East Kalimantan Provincial Government

West Papua Provincial Government


Media Partners

Knowledge Partners

UNICEF Indonesia










Ministry of Manpower

Ministry of Communication and Informatics

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia

Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology

Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy

CSIS Indonesia



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Youth Employment

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated young workers across the G20. Young people, already suffering from unemployment and underemployment before the pandemic, bear the brunt of falling labor demand. Not only has the pandemic scuttled employment opportunities and pushed young workers into lower-quality jobs and entry barriers for first-time employment seekers. Young people’s transition from schooling to the world of work is fraught with many difficulties and marked by low-paying, low-status and unstable work.

Faced with these problems, youths require protection and support for their future employment. Enabling social safety nets, especially for those working in informal and non-standard forms of employment, will help safeguard young workers from risks of unstable employment and deepening inequalities. Promoting social entrepreneurship among youths will also give young people the opportunity to take their future into their own hands, contribute to job creation, and address societal challenges through innovative and impactful solutions.

Digital Transformation

The advancement of digital technology bolsters transformation in many cross-cutting verticals. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated such transformation in private and public sectors, some in areas where policy frameworks are still ambiguous and nascent. The youth roles in digital governance subtheme highlights challenges for youth participation in orchestrating digital solutions in the face of digital divide and the absence of connectivity, lack of digital literacy and skills, and the growth of security and privacy concerns. If these issues are well addressed, youths can have more opportunities to play a significant role in promoting digital activism and movements, participating in the decision making process, and initiating various digital-related projects.

The digital financial awareness subtheme underpins supply and demand risk factors, lack of financial literacy, and the emergence of digital currency and cryptocurrency as challenges, and linkage to development, financial inclusion and women participation, and deepened use-cases as opportunities. Financial inclusion facilitated by digital technology can help reduce income inequality, boost consumption, accelerate job creation, promote investments in human capital, and enable people, including youths, to manage risk and deal with financial shocks.

Sustainable and Livable Planet

For many millennia, humans have been living on a relatively stable and resilient planet. However, our planetary systems are currently being strained and stretched to a breaking point resulting in the environmental crisis we see today. Young people, in particular, are disproportionately affected by this crisis. Not only are youths the present and future inhabitants of this planet, they are especially vulnerable due to their interaction with their surroundings, reliance on adults, and the accumulation of risks and insults across their lifetimes. These include the effects on young people’s physical health as well as the psychological and mental health consequences. Not to mention the learning loss caused by school cancellations during the COVID-19 epidemic.

To secure a safe and just future for humanity, we need urgent action at an unprecedented scale to protect and restore our planet’s resources and change the current linear economy. Youths can play a large part in this transition. The meaningful inclusion of youths in discussions on the future of our planet should include consideration on the cumulative effects of the planetary crisis towards them, how to make youths part of the solution (e.g. as implementing actors on the ground), resources to help them prepare for the changing environment (e.g. for jobs, education, training), and being reactive to the evolving demands from youths as more conscious consumers.

Diversity and Inclusion

Young people’s futures are being shaped all over the world by rapidly changing labor markets, the emergence of new technologies, climate crises, conflicts, and, the COVID-19 pandemic. The rising inequalities have exacerbated the issues confronting young people, such as the disruption in education, diminishing job markets, and rising intolerance – leaving young people, especially those who are marginalized and vulnerable, with limited options, making them more at risk of exploitation.

The full engagement of society, particularly young people, has never been more important in establishing a more inclusive and equitable world. Education and the creative economy provide meaningful opportunities for young people to express and be recognized for their distinctive perspectives, to increase their resilience in the face of future disasters, and to build a diverse and inclusive society.

Michael Victor Sianipar

Michael Victor Sianipar is the Chairman of the Jakarta Regional Branch and the National Director of Legislators Development of the Indonesian Solidarity Party. 

In addition, he is also the Political Director of Patra Government Relations, a Jakarta-based political consultancy. Michael has been involved in politics and government for nine years. Previously, he was the personal assistant to the Governor of Jakarta from 2012 to 2017 and Governor of West Nusa Tenggara  from 2018-2019. During several years in government, he handled various portfolios, ranging from budgeting, government transparency, corruption eradication, apprenticeship programs, regional management, staffing, to development of the Jakarta Smart City.

Rahayu Saraswati D. Djojohadikusumo

Rahayu Saraswati D. Djojohadikusumo was born on January 27, 1986, in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is a wife and mother of two young sons.

She has been an activist for the fight against human trafficking since 2009 and founded the Parinama Astha Foundation in 2012. Her advocacy led to her decision to run for parliament in 2013 and after running a rigorous and successful campaign, she was elected in 2014 as a Representative for the People’s Representative Council of the Republic of Indonesia.

During her term, she represented the people in the 8th Commission, which was in charge of Social Affairs, Religious Affairs, Women Empowerment and Children Protection, and Disaster Risk and Relief Management. She continued her anti-human trafficking advocacy, and at the end of 2018 initiated the National Network for Anti Human Trafficking (JarNas Anti TPPO).

After finishing her term, she is now helping to develop the family business, Arsari Group, which works to provide climate solutions through agroforestry, reforestation, and sustainable energy. This perfectly correlates with her passion for the environment and its preservation. She is currently the CEO for their Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) company. Aside from that, she will also be developing sustainable tourism and technological innovations.

Syahid Deradjat

Syahid, or Caci as his friends usually call him, is a human capital enthusiast focusing on diversity and inclusion issues. For more than a decade, he’s advocating numerous initiatives such as gender equality advancement and workplace harassment prevention. He was an engineer before deciding to switch his career to the human side of the business.

Caci volunteers his time mentoring people on school admission process. He has helped many people get into the top schools. Seeing his mentees admitted to their dream schools is a pure joy for him.

Grew up in Bandung, a food heaven, Caci has a passion in food (read: eating). He also enjoys cooking and hosting dinner for his friends. He shares his recipes through his Instagram @caciskitchen. PS: Follow Caci’s Kitchen account for your tonight’s dinner ideas!

Currently based in Jakarta, Caci frequently travels back to Bandung and spends his leisure time taking care his little home farming where he grows herbs, vegetables, fruits, and flowers. A cool highland climate combined with fertile volcanic soil in Bandung creates an ideal environment for Caci’s gardening interest.

He listens to K-pop and loves watching Asian dramas which lead him to learn Korean and Thai krub! He also follows American politics, beauty pageants, and Olympics. He can spend hours watching tennis and figure skating.

Maral Dipodiputro

Maral Dipodiputro is the Founder and CEO of TEMU, a social enterprise that focuses on tackling issues on poverty and unemployment. Maral began her career as a corporate lawyer in a top-tier international law-firm. Her time in the corporate scene allow her to develop strategies and analyse potential for commercial growth. She then decided to leave the corporate career and begin her social career by participating in a task-force under Bapak Joko Widodo, the President of the Republic of Indonesia, and the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises, in charge of overseeing development projects in the marginalized areas. These experiences equipped her with a strong network and the ability to work closely with the government, private sectors, and local communities. She then established TEMU as her way to give back to Indonesia.

Maral was elected one of 50 globally inspiring women changing the world into a better place by Ponds International and the Vital Voices of Hillary Clinton. She is also a recipient of the Cherie Blair Foundation leadership program and Australian Government Scholarship for influential Start-up Leaders.

Besides humanitarian, human resources and start-up, Maral’s interest also range to: environment, politics, and mental health matters. Maral is the Co-Founder of FoundingWell, a mental health support group for socio-prenuers; an active member of the Javan Gibbon Foundation; and was the Vice Treasurer of the National Committee of the Indonesian Youth (KNPI). Maral holds a Business Law degree (Faculty Valedictorian and Cum Laude from Univesitas Gadjah Mada) and an MBA (Bina Nusantara Business School).

Maudina Tri Hartasya

Maudina Tri Hartasya graduated from Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak, Indonesia, with a bachelor’s degree in Management (International Class program). During her bachelor study, she was selected as a Special Auditing Student to conduct student exchange in Kochi University, Japan, under JASSO and Kochi University’s scholarship. She studied in the Faculty of Regional Collaboration where she had to make projects with local communities and integrate it with regional issues in Japan.

Besides that, Maudina was a recipient of Erasmus+ scholarship, and she got a full scholarship to study at Telecom Ecole de Management (now, Telecom Business School), France, as an exchange student, in a specific major, International Management.

She was an intern in Bank Indonesia (Office Representative of West Kalimantan) which she focused about analyzing some economics issues in West Kalimantan. She is also passionate in doing social projects, and recently she and her team establish a social project to empower women in marginal area of Pontianak to preserve the weaving culture through ethnic fashion. And she is involved in a new established startup where it focuses on maximization of tourism and promotion of local products.

Angelo Abil Wijaya

Angelo Wijaya (23) graduated from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations (Cum Laude). As an Erasmus Scholar, he was given the opportunity to study at the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom with a full scholarship as an exchange student.

Upon graduation, he joined The World Bank as a consultant for the Environment, Natural Resources, and Blue Economy (ENB) Global Practice’s (GP) operations in Indonesia. He currently works as a consultant at the World Bank Group, where he supports International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Corporate Governance (CG) projects in five different countries in East Asia & Pacific (EAP) region.

He is interested in issues surrounding youth empowerment, and had been volunteering as a member of UNFPA Youth Advisory Panel 2019-2020 where he advocated meaningful youth participation in policy-making process in the country. In 2020, Angelo was selected as one of the 40 UNESCO-APCEIU Young Leaders for Global Citizenship Education out of the pool of 10,000 nominees. As a student, Angelo was awarded as the Top 1 Most Outstanding Student at Universitas Gadjah Mada (2018), and was awarded as the Top 3 Most Outstanding Student in Indonesia by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (2018). He was also one of the Top 3 Indonesian Young Thought Leaders on Environment by the World Resources Institute (2019).

Muhammad Syaeful Mujab

Muhammad Syaeful Mujab is a public affairs practitioner currently working at Patra Government Relations (PGR), a promising new political consulting firm in Indonesia. At PGR, the main areas of practice are development policy, government business analysis, and political communication.

Mujab obtained a Bachelor of Political Science degree from the University of Indonesia, majoring in Comparative Politics. During his study, Mujab was awarded as Faculty Outstanding Student in the academic field in 2016, Faculty Student Achievement in Leadership in 2017, and has won 3 national-level debate competitions and awarded as the best speaker. Besides, he has won the Abang None Jakarta in 2018 and has served as a Jakarta tourism ambassador for a year.

Mujab also demonstrated his leadership skills through several experiences. He was once the Chairperson of the Student Executive Board at the University of Indonesia, which coordinates the interests of around 40,000 undergraduate students at the University of Indonesia. Currently, he is also involved in various organizations and activities that focus on youth empowerment.

As one of the new IYD administrators who come from non-delegation parties, Mujab’s involvement in IYD can provide a fresh perspective for IYD. Furthermore, his past leadership experience can be advantageous for IYD in making a valuable contribution to Indonesia.

Panji Saputra

Panji Saputra currently works at Cabinet Secretariat of the Republic of Indonesia (Presidential Office) as a Head of National Defense Resources and Border Region, and is also a Founder of NulungProject, a Humanitarian project to help poor families, especially single mothers, orphans, and the elderly. He earned a BA in Political Science with a focus on International Relations from Universitas Gadjah Mada with a full scholarship from Government.

He began his career as an Policy Analyst at Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas. Panji also served as committee for Abang None Jakarta Pusat, Duta Bahasa Nasional, and Ikatan Alumni HI UGM.

He experienced on Political and Government Affairs with more than 7 years working in the Presidential Office. Advanced in Policy Analysis, Politics, Border and Maritime Issues, Government Liaison, and International Relations Affairs. Strong business development professional with a focused on Asia Pacific Cooperation.

Tommy Aditya

Tommy graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Economics (with Honours). He has accumulated nine years of working experience in education, entrepreneurship, and economics.

Currently, Tommy works as an international relations analyst at Bank Indonesia, the central bank of the Republic of Indonesia, where he oversees Indonesia’s international financial cooperations. His portfolio includes strengthening Indonesia’s global financial safety net and developing local currency settlement framework in the ASEAN region.

As an education enthusiast, he has previously volunteered as a teaching fellow in Teach for China, an educational nonprofit organization under the umbrella network of Teach for All, where he taught overcrowded classrooms of hundreds of students in rural China. He has continuously channeled his passion for education in Indonesia, ranging from mentoring interpersonal skills to Indonesian migrant workers to arranging educational camps to natural disaster-stricken cities across Indonesia.

His avid curiosity to solve problems has led him to pursue multiple MSMEs endeavors. He founded various startups in the textile and F&B sectors that enabled multiple local vendors. As a cancer survivor, Tommy also actively builds a cancer support awareness platform for youths to motivate them to overcome the disease. Tommy finds pleasure in traveling, he particularly enjoyed his time backpacking across China, India, and Indonesia.

Puteri Anetta Komarudin

Puteri A. Komarudin is an Indonesian young politician and a Member of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR RI) from the Golkar Party, one of the largest political parties in Indonesia. Her calling to serve the people has prompted her to run in the 2019 legislative elections and won the trust of 70,164 voters. Representing the 7th electoral district of West Java Province namely the Regencies of Bekasi, Karawang, and Purwakarta, Puteri fights for the issue of financial inclusion and to eradicate illegal moneylenders that have taken so many victims in her districts.

Her bachelor’s degree from the University of Melbourne has provided her with strong global economic and financial knowledge, which was further honed through her three-year working experience at the Financial Services Authority (OJK) as a Junior Foreign Bank Supervisor. She, therefore, is mandated to serve in House Commission XI that focuses on banking, finance, and national development planning areas.

Beyond that, as a representative of young people and women, social inclusion has always been her concern and will continue to strive. It encouraged her to establish a youth caucus for the Indonesian parliament (KPPI) in her first days in office and trusted her to serve as the Chairman. She commits that in every opportunity and responsibility, she will voice criticism and solutions that are gender-sensitive and involve all groups in society, especially youth, to ensure that there will be no one left behind.

Caroline Dea Tasirin

Caroline “Dea” Tasirin is an adjunct lecturer at Sam Ratulangi University, Manado. She is also the co-founder and field coordinator of SULUT Semangat, an organization that aims to bring nature closer to North Sulawesi youth through interactive teaching materials and engaging capacity building opportunities. She earned a Master of Forest Science from Yale School of the Environment with a full scholarship from CIFOR-USAID, graduating as one of the Commencement Speakers and Student Marshals of YSE Class of 2019.

Caroline has over 10 years of experience in conservation, community engagement, and environmental education. Being a field person at heart, Caroline feels most at home exploring the forests of her homeland; she reciprocates that enjoyment by working with communities living around these forests. With Selamatkan Yaki, Caroline has delivered environmental talks to over 9,000 people across North Sulawesi and organized forums and discussions with multiple governmental, law enforcement, and community stakeholders. She is currently focused on environmental education through teaching, SULUT Semangat, and ongoing volunteering work with Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue Center and Suara Pulau Foundation.

In 2016, Caroline represented Indonesia as an Environmental Issues Academic Fellow in Young South East Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI). In 2020, she was awarded a YSEALI Seeds for the Future Grant to kick off SULUT Semangat. Caroline is honored to have been selected as part of Indonesia’s 2021 Y20 Summit Delegation, and she is eager to give back to her communities through Indonesian Youth Diplomacy (IYD).