The Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University and the University of Hawaii At Mānoa carry out Summer Course 2022 activities with the theme Sustainable Cities and Communities. IKUPI contributed as one of the facilitators during this summer course, especially related to the community in the tidal flood-prone area in Tambaklorok, Tanjung Mas Urban Village. The activity, which was held for 2 weeks starting on July 4, 2022, aims to enable students to understand the perspective of the city comprehensively starting in terms of sustainable planning developed by various stakeholders in achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Number 11.
Besides Tambaklorok, students were also invited to explore the other three areas, namely Kampong Malon, Kampong Bustaman, and Kampong Kandri. The activity was attended by 15 UNDIP International Undergraduate Program (IUP) students, 2 the University of Hawaii at Mānoa students, 2 University Philippines Diliman students, 1 Khon Kaen University student, 1 James Cook University student, 1 King Faisal University student, and 10 Universidade students. Oriental East Timor.
Students conduct explorations related to sustainable settlements, sustainable infrastructure, sustainable economy, sustainable communities, and SDGs in dealing with climate change and disaster mitigation. This activity is a moment for IKUPI to be able to contribute by sharing information and experiences, especially in developing student capacity related to the resilience of communities and regions to disasters caused by climate change.