UID Bali forum was turned into the United in Diversity Forum, or Yayasan Upaya Indonesia Damai, with an office and a team of full-time staff in Jakarta the year after. Unlike many other forums - after which there are no concrete follow-up activities - UID Bali forum was turned into the United in Diversity Forum, or Yayasan Upaya Indonesia Damai, with an office and a team of full-time staff in Jakarta the year after.
In the spirit of United in Diversity, apart from the co-founding partner MIT Sloan, other international advisors including then Harvard senior Provost Howard Stevenson and Kennedy School of Government Swanee Hunt, Synergos foundation founder from Rockefeller family Peggy Dulany are among UID's distinguished international advisors.
Trustees from Indonesia are represented by eminent leaders including late Frans Seda and Ali Alatas who were respected cabinet ministers serving many years for the country and University of Indonesia Vice President Professor Martani.
Presently UID Chairman is Aristides Katoppo who founded the Sinar Harapan Daily and widely respected in his work for peace and journalism in the country.
With advice from our partners, advisors and trustees, UID team focuses on three most critical areas: