Big Tobacco Truth and Dare: What is At Stake if Tobacco Industry Lie?
Venue and Time
Hilton Bali Resort, Indonesia | 12 September 2018
The 12th Asia Pacific Conference on Tobacco or Health Youth Pre-Conference will serve as a bridge for youths to the main conference. The primary aim of this youth pre-conference is to raise awareness about the tobacco control and Tobacco Industry Accountability (TIA) among Asia-Pacific Youth, and let them express the issues they see as the most pressing tackle in their own countries, and build a report based on their inputs in order to take it to policy makers.
Our vision is to provide young people of Asia-Pacific with the opportunity be involved in the implementation of public policy by utilizing their voice to demand societal support to hold the tobacco industry accountable for its actions and to change the social norms that support those actions. The mission is to provide platforms within the Asia-Pacific which enable young people, NGOs, private sectors, and government to create connections and work together in other Asia-Pacific countries to pursue more inclusive and effective campaign to create tobacco-free generation.
- Engage youth as leaders and advocates in the tobacco control movement and against tobacco industry
- Educate youth about the manipulative and deceptive marketing tactics of tobacco industry, and mobilize them to take action
- Provide youth with skills to plan and execute a campaign strategy to counter the tobacco industry interference
- Provide opportunities for collaboration among young professionals and students from different countries and area of interest to address tobacco through a lens of global health, sustainability, and creating action
International Communication, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Head of Content, Edelman Indonesia
Associate Director Southeast Asia, Vital Strategies
Consumer Product Marketing Manager, Google
Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney
Host and co-host
CISDI is a civil society organization looking to realize an Indonesian community that is equal, empowered, and prosperous with a healthy paradigm. CISDI’s area of focus includes health-systems strengthening, tobacco control advocacy, and empowering youth participation in development. CISDI is also the host for the Forum for Young Indonesians (FYI), a platform that aims to facilitate cross-sectoral communication and interaction among youth to bridge knowledge and understanding as well as theories and practices needed to accelerate the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia.
Waraney has over 15 years of experience in public relations and digital marketing in Indonesia, working in a number of global and local firms for clients from various industries. He started his career at Edelman in 2000 for corporate and public affairs clients such as Playboy Indonesia, The Australian Embassy, and Petronas. In 2009, he was assigned in Edelman Digital, helping clients such as Acer Indonesia, Microsoft Indonesia (Windows 7), Intel Indonesia, Yahoo! Indonesia, and Prudential Indonesia. In his role as Digital Manager, Waraney took up a secondment posting at Edelman India for GE India in 2012. He was Digital Strategist at Burson-Marsteller Indonesia from 2013 to 2016, assisting clients such as Opera, Hewlett-Packard, Fisher-Price, and Huawei.
Caroline Renzulli is an Associate Director of International Communications at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, a leading U.S.-based advocacy organization working to reduce tobacco use and its deadly consequences in the United States and around the world. Based in Washington, D.C., Caroline manages international media relations for Tobacco-Free Kids, working with reporters around the world to generate media coverage of tobacco-related issues. Caroline has trained advocates and partners in more than a dozen countries on best practices in communications and media relations. She also works with partners in Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia to support in-country media advocacy strategies and is a member of Tobacco-Free Kids’ international team focused on tobacco industry campaigns.
Mira Sumanti is currently the Consumer Marketing Manager for Search at Google Indonesia. She has an expansive experience in digital marketing that started in Amsterdam where she worked at adidas as their Global Digital and Social Marketing Manager for more than 5 years. In 2014 she moved back to Jakarta to join Google Indonesia as their Small & Medium Business Marketing Manager. Mira graduated from The Hague University and attended the Google Marketing Academy at Wharton Business School and the Cannes Lions Creative Academy for Young Marketers. Aside from her work, Mira is an occasional DJ who is also an avid lifestyle vlogger on YouTube.