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Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Atin Prabandari is an Assistant Profesor in the Department of International Relations Universitas Gadjah Mada, and also a research fellow in ASEAN Studies Center and Southeast Asia Social Studies Center Universitas Gadjah Mada. Her research projects focus on the role of emotions in shaping humanitarian practices across cultures; refugee and forced migration studies as well as border politics. Atin is currently a PhD scholar in the School of Politics and International Studies, The University of Queensland.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • –present
    Ph.D Scholar, School of Politics and International Studies The University of Queensland
  • 2013–2017
    Associate lecturer, Indonesia Military Academy

Education

  • 2010 
    The Australian National University, Master of Arts in International Relations
  • 2005 
    Universitas Gadjah Mada, Bachelor in International Relations

Publications

  • 2019
    Alternative paths to refugee and asylum seeker protection in Malaysia and Indonesia, Asia Pacific Journal of Migration Vo 28 Issue 2 pp 132-154
  • 2018
    Is Makassar a ‘sanctuary city’? Migration governance in Indonesia after the ‘local turn’, Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies Vol 11 Issue 2 pp 199-216

Grants and Contracts

  • 2020
    Critical Analysis of Partner for Resilience Initiatives on Disaster Risks Financing in India, Indonesia and The Philippines
    Role:
    Consultant
    Funding Source:
    Partners for Resilience and CARE International Indonesia
  • 2018
    Accessible Drinking Water for Primary Schools Students in Fakfak, West Papua
    Role:
    Project Leader
    Funding Source:
    Australia Alumni Grant Scheme
  • 2017
    Mainstreaming Human Rights in the Governance of HIV/AIDS Response in Indonesia: A Study of Children with HIV/AIDS in Jakarta and Surakarta
    Role:
    Project Leader
    Funding Source:
    Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Research and Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA)
  • 2017
    Critical evaluation on Indonesia’s Presidential Regulation 125/2016 on Foreign refugees.
    Role:
    Researcher
    Funding Source:
    ANU Indonesia Project
  • 2017
    Addressing Challenges and Identifying Opportunities for Refugee Access to Employment in Indonesia
    Role:
    Consultant
    Funding Source:
    UNHCR Southeast Asia
  • 2017
    Online Course on Humanitarian Diplomacy
    Role:
    Consultant and Course Developer
    Funding Source:
    International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent - Indonesia
  • 2014
    Convention of Australian Studies
    Role:
    Team member
    Funding Source:
    Australia Awards - Endeavour Awards

Professional Memberships

  • Asian Studies Association of Australia