The millennium development goals agenda summarized in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is over. For fifteen years – from September 2000 to 2015 – 189 Member States of the United Nations carried out the program with the main target being the achievement of people’s welfare and community development by 2015. However, there are still many targets that have not been achieved in the MDGs. For the sustainability of the program, now the MDGs have been replaced with a global development model based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The global development model has been discussed since 2012 at the Rio+20 summit which produced the document “The Future We Want”. In this document the SDGs are listed along with directions on the importance of three dimensions of sustainable development, namely; Economic, Social, and Environmental that must synergize in global development going forward. Based on the document, the SDGs must meet four principles, namely; First, it does not undermine the international commitment to achieving the MDGs. Second; Consider the conditions, capacities and priorities of each country. Third; Focus on achieving the three dimensions of sustainable development (economic development, social development and environmental protection). The latter is coherent and integrated with post-2015 development. Indonesia as a large country that continues to race in carrying out development in various fields of interest and obligation in succeeding this SDGs. To meet and face the SDGs, of course, preparation is needed involving many parties, including one of the college institutions. In order, the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Muhammadiyah North Sumatra (FISIP UMSU) initiated and held a National Conference with thema “Collaboration of Government, Civil Society and Digital Communication for Sustainable Development Goals”. Deliberately this conference took the topic in order to bring the carriage of social science and political science to jointly take an important role in the achievement of the goals of the “Sustainable Development Goals” which are currently the development framework of countries in the world replacing the Millennium Development Goals or MDGs, especially in Indonesia. The physical form of the results of this national conference are actual and interesting scientific records that are poured in the form of Proceedings or paper gatherings that are expected to provide the widest benefits to various circles as a positive contribution of presenters in this activity.
INCCLUSI is an annual conference on the study of social and political science. The event was organized by the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Muhammadiyah North Sumatra. It is an international forum for researchers, academics, professionals, and the general public from around the world. After the peer review process, the paper received will be published in Atlantis Press proceedings.
This conference aims to; (1) provide a platform for researchers, academics, practitioners, as well as professionals from around the world to present the results of their research and development activities in the fields of social and political sciences; (2) Establish an international forum where all participants have the opportunity to share ideas, experiences, expertise, and knowledge of global issues, especially in social studies, and development with great care to create and apply important values related to social issues in the era of disruption; (3) facilitate all institutions (organizations) to build academic relationships for future development.