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Project 2045 Executive Summary Indonesia - Japan 2045 : A Joint Project of Two Maritime Democracies

Project 2045 Executive Summary Indonesia - Japan 2045 : A Joint Project of Two Maritime Democracies
13 December 2018
UNDP, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia
Sustainable Development Goals

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The Executive Summary of ‘Our Common Future: A Joint Project of Two Maritime Democracies’ is projecting the bilateral relationship between Japan and Indonesia with three main goals: first, to uphold democracy and become maritime global players; second, to rank amongst the world’s top five economies; and third, to achieve high quality of life beyond SDG 2030. The strategy developed to address the above mentioned development challenges is expected to contribute to meeting the common targets that Indonesia and Japan have set on the occasion of the commemoration of 100 years of Indonesian independence in 2045. This summary discusses pathways to reaching the target of 10 challenges identified by the Executive Committee of Project 2045. The experts believe that to achieve these targets, the quality of human capital and the advancement of digital technology must be prioritised, the resilience to natural disaster improved, and connectivity enhanced.

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