FOR A MORE INCLUSIVE SOCIETY

ABOUT US

CENTRIUS is an independent study center focusing on identity issues and urban society. Our missions are promoting fairer access to the public sphere and bringing up marginalized voices to contribute to the more democratic and inclusive society.

CENTRIUS pursues its mission by conducting and disseminating research, developing programs, and providing training, capacity-building, and technical assistance. It engages the community, government, institutions, and policymakers in collaboration with academia and resources to foster more people-oriented public policies and better community participation in public decision making. to transform knowledge into action.

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OUR CORE VALUES

LINKED

A hub for researchers and social workers to collaborate, communicate, and explore issues of identity and urban society.

INCLUSIVE

Promoting fairer access to the public sphere and bringing up marginalized voices to contribute for more democratic and inclusive urban sphere.

RECIPROCAL

Facilitating equal dialogues between public and private sectors to foster more people-oriented public policies and better community participation in public decision making.

 

COMPREHENSIVE LEARNING OF SOCIETAL AFFAIRS

In the era of globalization, with everything interconnected as it is today, we find it insufficient for us to merely know what is happening in our country. The uncontrolled flow of information requires us to always be aware of any false news that can disrupt social harmony.

Therefore, CENTRIUS considers that the basic ability to understand how international or domestic politics works will prepare the Indonesian youth to face this era of uncertainty.

Our approach is the “Comprehensive Learning of Societal Affairs” which combines the conventional-issue analysis with a more hands-on experience where they can reflect on how dynamic the logic of international or domestic politics is.

This simulation is targeted at young adults, particularly high school and university students, in order to understand the volatility of international or domestic politics.