Nusa Dua, Bali ● Thu, December 8 2022
The fifth Bali Civil Society and Media Forum (BCSMF) kicked off on Tuesday with talks on how to strengthen democratic practice to better fare in a changing world, teeing up a Bali Democracy Forum (BDF) held amid a string of global setbacks.
The forum, part of the 15th BDF held on Dec. 8, carries the theme of "Democracy in a Changing World: Leadership and Solidarity," attended by civil society and media delegates from 15 nations including Maldives, Germany, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and South Korea.
"The BCSMF provides an inclusive platform for actors in these spaces to discuss democracy as an evolving concept and governing system," said Indonesian Foreign Ministry senior official Teuku Faizasyah.
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