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MoLHR Develop Simple Career Path for State Civil Apparatus (ASN)

11 November 2019 Kemenkumham Bangun Pola Karir ASN yang Tak Rumit

Jakarta – Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) organizes Coordination Meeting on Simple Career Path for State Civil Apparatus (ASN) in the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (MoLHR) for three days. The discussion concerning career path is considered necessary because the existing system needs to be revised in accordance with Law No. 5 Year 2014 on State Civil Apparatus (ASN) and Government Regulation No. 11 Year 2017 on Civil Servant Management. “We want to develop a career path that is not troublesome, and how to design career path that is applicable. It is best to avoid issuing regulation or path but we cannot implement it. Therefore, I frequently discuss how to design a career path that is not complicated,” said Head of Personnel Bureau, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, M. Arifin in his remarks at Novotel Bogor Golf Resort and Convention Center Hotel, Monday (11/11/2019). Arifin said that career path to be design would be a guidelines, directions in developing career of all employees of MoLHR which is currently more than 60 thousands employees. Arifin wanted to ensure that each employee, even including new employees such as Candidate of Civil Servant (CPNS) have already set their goals. “Our current career path is nearly the same with previous career path issued in 2006. In 2014, discussion about new career path was not concluded because of the issuance of Law No. 5 of 2014 on State Civil Apparatus (ASN). This career path is imperative,” said Arifin. Besides career path, the meeting also discussed about ASN assessment guidelines. It is very important to clearly measure employees’ competence so that appropriate rewards can be given. The meeting was also attended by officials and staffs of personnel affairs in the Ministry of Law and Human Rights. Resource persons for the meeting was from relevant ministries/agency to career path, such as State Personnel Agency (BKN) and Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucracy Reform. Benchmarking to Ministry of Maritime and Fishery was also conducted as well as collecting information from Executive Officers and Senior Managers in the Regional Offices of Ministry of Law and Human Rights as materials to draft Career Path.

DGIP and UK IPO Discuss Copyright and Royalty for Creative Economy

11 November 2019 DJKI dan Kantor KI Inggris Bahas Hak Cipta dan Royalti untuk Ekonomi Kreatif

Jakarta – Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) Ministry of Law and Human Rights (MoLHR) in cooperation with UK government and Intellectual Property Office of the United Kingdom organized a discussion about copyright and related rights to share information and experience on the protection of copyright and related rights in UK. Exchanging experience in the Seminar of Intellectual Property UK – Indonesia on 11 November 2019 at Westin Hotel, Jakarta, aims to support the development of regulations towards creative economy industry announced by the President Joko Widodo. “President Jokowi has clearly seen that prosperity of Indonesia should be built on many things including intellectual property assets from its human resources and develomping in the era 4.0 industry,” said the Ambassador of UK for Indonesia, Owen Jenkins in his remarks. In line with that, Director of Information Technology of DGIP, Sarno Wijaya reading remarks for Director General of IP said that in this creative economy era, IP is a valuable asset of economy also serves as a tool to elevate Nation’s competitiveness. “Utilizing and managing IP assets strategically is a way to raise competitiveness in the long run to build and promote IP as a tool for social, economy, and technology development. Such policy may also be used as a reference in setting social and economic policy of the nation,” said Sarno Wijoyo. The event is attended about 50 participants from relevant institutions, Collective Management Organizations and associations in intellectual property rights. Several resource persons also participated in the panel of the event to create protection and law enforcement in copyright.

Discussing Intellectual Property Action Plan, Indonesian Delegates Attended 60th AWGIPC Meeting

11 November 2019 Bahas Rencana Aksi Kekayaan Intelektual Delegasi Indonesia Hadiri Pertemuan AWGIPC ke 60

Phillipines– Director of Intellectual Propety (IP) Cooperation and Empowerment, Erni Widhyastari representing Director General of Intellectual Property Ministry of Law and Human Rights attended the 60th ASEAN Working Group on Intellectual Property Cooperation (AWGIPC) Meeting at Holiday Inn, Baguio City, Monday (11/11/2019). The meeting discussed priority agenda of Intellectual Property Rights Action Plan for ASEAN countries 2020. In this ASEAN IPR Action Plan, Indonesia is the frontier to initiate protection policy for Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expression (TKTCE), Copyright protection including provisions on Collective Management Organization, and the establishment of IP Academy, as well as support the development of Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). According to the Chairman of AWGIPC who is also the Deputy Director General of IP Viet Nam, Le Ngoc Nam, intellectual property is one of vital pillar in achieving ASEAN economy integration; thus, development of IP in ASEAN countries requires well functioning management system. Hence, on this occasion consultation with ASEAN Dialogue Counterpart was scheduled to take place to dicuss the implementation of IPR Action Plan such as the concultation with The ARISE Plus Intellectual Property Rights (ARISE+IPR) concerning progress of Annual Work Plan 2 (AWP2), and consultation with Japan Patent Office (JPO) related to ASEAN-Japan IPR Action Plan for 2020-2021. Further, consultation with World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on Project of Patent Data Cleansing and launch of Mobile ASEAN Patentscope. Whereas, consultation with the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) disucces about the progress of Draft of IP Enforcement Manual in ASEAN. Finally, the last consultation is with ASEAN IP Association (AIPA) to discuss about the development of Pan-ASEAN Trademark Application System (PATMA). Nine ASEAN Countries participated in the meeting which was taken place on 11 to 15 November 2019 which are the Phillipines, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos Viet Nam, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, and ASEAN Secretariat.

Congratulation! Thirty Participants Successfully Passed The Leadership Training Level III Batch 60

30 Peserta Pelatihan Kepemimpinan Tk

Aiming to build civil state apparatus capacity and improve the ability to respond to global challenges as the implementation of good governance, Agency of Human Resources Development of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (BPSDM) organized a Leadership Training Level III Batch 60 of 2019 fiscal year. In the closing ceremony of this event on October 25, 2019 took place at BPSDM Guest House, Head of the Center for Technical Development and Leadership of the Agency of Human Resources Development (BPSDM), Indro Purwoko hoped this activity would result high quality apparatus who developed comprehensive vision and the ability to collaborate with relevant stakeholders to deal with national strategic issues as well as could improve institutions performance based on the policy directives. Indro Purwoko also hoped that the participants could become supervisory officials as well as agents of change in their respective work units. Furthermore, they would be able to implement The Project of Changes within medium and long term as well. About 30 participants were declared successfully passed the training. There were 25 participants passed with satisfying marks, and 5 other participants were stated as excellent. Top 10 participants were as follow: 1. Fajar Sulaeman Taman from Directorate General of Intellectual Property 2. Muhammad Tito Andrianto from Immigration office of Class II TPI Cirebon 3. Ronald S. Lumbuun from Directorate General of Intellectual Property 4. Yekti Andriani from Secretariat General 5. Topan Sopuan from Directorate General of General Law Administration 6. Wiji Handayani from Secretariat General 7. Dani Cahyadi from Immigration Office of Class II Agam 8. Sri Yusfini Yusuf from Secretariat General 9. Anton Edward Wardhana from Directorate General of Intellectual Property 10. Besse Hartati from Immigration Office of Class I Special Soekarno Hatta

DGIP Provides Intellectual Property Consultation Service at 2019 Legal Expo at Semanggi Plaza


Jakarta - Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) participated in the Legal Expo of Ministry of Law and Human Rights 2019 held for two days at Semanggi Plaza, on Thursday, October 24, 2019. Recent Legal Expo was quite different from those in previous year, because now it was held in a public space. On this occasion, DGIP provided intellectual property consultation service and gave some fun quizzes about IP basic knowledge for the visitors. Ministry of Law and Human Rights wanted to get closer to the society at the same time to disseminate information about laws and regulations as well as various legal services existing in this country. Therefore Legal Expo was held in a public space. "Legal Expo aims to provide information and education about the development of law and human rights to all levels of society," said Director General of Immigration, Ronny F. Sompie as he opened the event. He hoped that knowledge transfer pertaining law and human rights from various institutions to society could develop a common understanding as well as strengthen the role of society in order to participate in development of law and human rights. According to him, 2019 Legal expo was part of the “All law and human rights-related institutions collaboration strategy” in order to provide dissemination to all levels of society.