Building U.S.-Indonesia Mutual Understanding Since 1994


Increasing Understanding of Indonesia and the United States

The world’s second and third largest democracies by population, the United States and Indonesia are far apart, at opposite ends of the world. It is obvious that the level of understanding between each population of each other’s situation and cultural values vary by their scope of work and exposure.

Despite these differences, both nations wrestle with similar questions on national values, political security, socio-economic, cultural and religious diversity and democracy.

Against that background, USINDO works to increase the exposure of Americans to Indonesia’s condition and Indonesians’ awareness towards America’s affairs, as well as both countries’ relations and outlook through four programs:

Open Forums
Special Events
Facilitative Meetings