Robert Mikac brings a peace mission
UNIDA – Faculty of Humanities, International Relations Department held an International Public Lecture on Friday morning (14/9). A special guest at the event was an Assistant Professor Robert Mikac, Ph.D. from University of Zagreb, Croatia. The theme of the public lecture was “Policy of the Government of Croatia in Peace Missions in Muslim Countries“. The event was held at the Integrated Hall on the fourth floor of UNIDA Gontor Main Building.
Robert Mikac delivered several issues in his presentation starting from the similarities between Croatia and Indonesia, the development of the Croatian government, the development of Muslims in Croatia, and several unique and special things from a country which has a letter U form in Central Europe. His visit to UNIDA brought a peace mission to Islam-majority countries. He conveyed how this peace mission is a tool to create and maintain world peace.
Aside from serving an Assistant Professor at University of Zagreb, he is a Commander of the Civil Protection of the Republic of Croatia. In addition, he also served as an Independent Police Inspector at Ministry of Interior; Head of National 112 Center and the Commander of Military Police Company at Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Croatia.
After visiting UNIDA Gontor Main Campus, he continued his visit to UNIDA Campus for Girls in Mantingan, Ngawi accompanied by Head of International Relations Department Ustadz Dr. Mohamad Latief, M.A.
[Fikrul / Ed. Iqbal / Trans. Eka / Ed. Nurrahma]