1st Graduate Student Monthly Sustainability Seminar “Whose Progress? Ethno Development in Papua”


The standard mode of living as the universal parameter of modern development demonstrates culturalism prone to westernization. AS a result, the marginalization of cultural factors hindering the traditional community to direct the progress independently. Such condition is against the SDG’s leaving no one behind that puts inclusion at the core of sustainability. The ethnographic data of Papua is displayed to illustrate the socioecological contex and the impact of non-inclusive development.