In order to run the role of the student as an agent of change that is expected to contribute significantly to the optimization of the quality of life of the community and play an active role in moving the changes in the environment, Lingkar Studi Mahasiswa Ekonomi dan Bisnis (LSME) Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Brawijaya embraces the youth to take part and Contributed to the community by providing a scientific discussion forum in Malang Raya with the theme “Implementation of SDG’s (Sustainable Development Goals) in the Framework of Poverty Reduction: A Multiple-perspective Review”. The student conference, which was attended by representatives from several research and reasoning faculty and university faculty in Malang, aimed to invite students to find solutions to the problem of poverty that has been entrenched in society. The institutions that contribute with the delegates are LSME FEB UB, RSC FIA UB, BARIS FISIP UB, FONETIK FIB UB, FKPH FH UB, RKIM UB, UKM PP POLINEMA, UKM WAPPIM STIE Malangkuçeçwara, and UKM Penalaran UNIKAMA.
The event held on Saturday, May 20, 2017 is running very conducive and smooth. Started at 08.00 and opened directly by Asa Jasmine as Chairman of LSME and Andre Novian as the Chairman of Students Conference 2017, this conference was held in the hope that the realization of all ideas and aspirations of the delegates who have been present contributed his thoughts. The event was then followed by a material session delivered directly by Mr. Rer. Pol. Wildan Syafitri, SE., ME. And guided by M. Bustomi Fajari as moderator.
In his presentation, Mr. Wildan said that poverty is one of the most urgent issues that must now be resolved, in the points of SDG’s (Self Development Goals) own poverty problem ranks first, which means that poverty is not just happening in Indonesia, but it has become a global issue whose solution must be immediately followed up. Of course, in this conference not only speakers who can convey the exposure of his opinion, but the delegates of research
institutions and reasoning also actively participate by providing questions and responses to the material that has been submitted by Mr Wildan.
After the material session is over, the event continues with the presentation of the results of discussion by each institution. From this perspective, various perspectives of poverty problems arise. From an economic, educational, social, political, to legal perspective. Not only focusing on theoretical discussion, some delegation representatives have even been direct to the community by preparing various programs to alleviate poverty in the concerned area. After the delivery of the material that has been submitted by all institutions ends, the delegates are then directed to ishoma. At the end of the day, the event was continued by drafting done jointly by notaries, delegates, and moderated guides. The final draft that has been jointly approved is then signed by the custody of each institution as a sign of approval of the 2017 Student Conference’s draft.
Evaluation of this event is the coordination between future committees should be improved and also a responsiveness when needed in certain situations. The rest of the event runs smoothly and it is expected that the candidates of the committee and also the future Student Conference participants will contribute better so that the Students Conference can be a more conducive and solutiative discussion forum.