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Borobudur International Seminar on Heritage Conservation Recommendation Draft

After concluding the presentation from resources person :

  1. Hilmar Farid, PhD – Direktur Jenderal Kebudayaan : Indonesian Cultural Diplomacy for ASEAN Cultural Heritage.
  2. Dr. Ing Wardiman Djojonegoro – Minister of Education and Culture Indonesia 1993-1998 : Indonesian Diplomacy Policy for Safeguarding Angkor.
  3. Ashley Thompson – Department of History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts SOAS : Angkor and the World: A Historical Perspective.
  4. Masanori Nagaoka – Culture Program Officer, UNESCO Office Phnom Penh : Angkor Under Covid-19: Present and Future Collaboration.
  5. M. Sudirman Haseng – Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in Phnom Penh : Indonesia-Cambodia Cooperation in Cultural Preservation.
  6. Yunus Arbi, M.A – ICOMOS Indonesia : Preservation of Cultural Landscape: Opportunities and Challenges.
  7. Dr. Agus Aris Munandar, M.Hum – Universitas Indonesia : Cross Cultural Heritage in Southeast Asia.
  8. Ismiyono – ITASA project member – Indonesia : ITASA Project Implementation Experience.
  9. Yim Sararith – ITASA project member – Cambodia (Deputy Director General) : Implementation Experience and Human Resources Development Results from ITASA Project.
  10. Tan Sophal – APSARA National Authority (Deputy Department of Conservation and Preservation Angkor) : Project for International Cooperation at APSARA Authority.
  11. Hans Leisen – GACP (German-APSARA Conservation Project) : Application of Conservation Technology in German-Cambodian Cooperation Project in Angkor.
  12. Toshiya Matsui – JASA / Tsukuba University : Aplication of Conservation Science in Japan-Apsara Safeguarding Angkor Project.
  13. Nahar Cahyandaru, S.Si.,M.A – Borobudur Conservation Office : Development of Conservation of Cultural Heritage at Borobudur Conservation Office.

as well as discussions with webinar participants, the following recommendations were drafted :

  1. It is necessary to increase cultural diplomacy of Indonesia at the international level, one of which has been initiated in Cambodia through the ITASA project in 1995 – 2000.
  2. Indonesia and Cambodia have very close historical links in the classical historical, battle for independence, and in the modern period which can be a means to improve diplomatic relations between the two countries.
  3. Review and finalizing the MOU of cooperation between Indonesia and Cambodia in an effort to develop the preservation of cultural heritage and tourism, in the form of technical assistance, knowledge exchange, research and human resources development.
  4. Information related to Indonesian cultural diplomacy in other countries needs to be improved so that it is better known to the public. The project that has been implemented in Cambodia (ITASA) needs to be disseminated to the public, including developing the facilities and infrastructure at ITASA Hall (Royal Palace Area).
  5. The ITASA project which was implemented from 1995 – 2000 has succeeded in transferring restoration knowledge and technology to Cambodian technicians so that they are able to independently preserve cultural heritage. Cambodia (Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and APSARA Authority) hopes to re-establish cooperation projects with system such as ITASA.
  6. Cooperation between countries can also involve non-governmental organizations, communities, academics, UNESCO, and other international institutions. Collaboration can cover the areas of preservation of cultural heritage and landscapes, community empowerment, disaster risk reduction, archives management and others.
  7. The international project in Angkor is an excellent means for promoting and exchanging technology in the area of ​​preserving cultural heritage. Each country can contribute to each other and at the same time learn the new knowledge and technology.

 

 

Terjemahan dalam bahasa Indonesia :

  1. Perlunya peningkatan diplomasi kebudayaan oleh Indonesia di tingkat internasional, salah satunya yang telah dirintis di Kamboja melalui proyek ITASA tahun 1995 – 2000.
  2. Indonesia dan Kamboja memiliki kaitan sejarah yang sangat erat, baik di masa sejarah klasik, era perjuangan kemerdekaan, dan di era modern yang dapat menjadi sarana untuk meningkatkan hubungan diplomatik antara kedua negara.
  3. Peninjauan kembali dan melanjutkan MOU kerjasama antara Indonesia dan Kamboja dalam upaya mengembangkan pelestarian cagar budaya dan pariwisata, dalam wujud bantuan teknis, pertukaran pengetahuan, penelitian dan pengembangan sumber daya manusia.
  4. Perlunya peningkatan informasi mengenai diplomasi budaya Indonesia di negara lain agar lebih diketahui masyarakat. Proyek yang telah dilakukan di Kamboja (ITASA) perlu disosialisasikan kepada masyarakat termasuk meningkatkan efektivitas sarana dan prasarana di ITASA Hall (Kawasan Royal Palace).
  5. Proyek ITASA yang telah dilaksanakan darai tahun 1995 – 2000 telah berhasil dalam upaya transfer pengetahuan dan teknologi pemugaran kepada teknisi Kamboja sehingga mampu melestarikan cagar budaya secara mandiri. Pihak Kamboja (Ministry of Cultural dan Fine Art dan Otoritas APSARA) berharap diadakan kembali proyek kerjasama yang memiliki sistem seperti ITASA.
  6. Kerjasama antar negara juga dapat melibatkan lembaga-lembaga non pemerintah, komunitas, akademisi, UNESCO, dan lembaga internasional lainnya. Kerjasama dapat mencakup bidang pelestarian cagar budaya dan lansekapnya, pemberdayaan masyarakat, pengurangan resiko bencana, pengelolaan arsip dan lain-lain.
  7. Proyek internasional di Angkor menjadi sarana yang sangat baik dalam mempromosikan dan pertukaran teknologi di bidang pelestarian cagar budaya. Masing-masing negara yang bekerja dapat saling memberikan kontribusi dan pada saat yang sama menyerap pengetahuan dan teknologi baru.

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