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Muhammad Ammar Hidayahtulloh

PhD candidate at School of Political Science and International Studies, the University of Queensland, Australia. His research focuses on gender and politics, Indonesian studies, and Southeast Asia/ASEAN studies. His PhD research investigates how resistance to gender policy reforms emerge in post-Reformasi Indonesia.

Experience

  • 2021–present
    PhD Researcher, POLSIS UQ
  • 2018–2019
    Researcher, ASEAN Studies Center UMY

Education

  •  
    The University of Queensland, PhD in Political Science
  • 2021 
    The University of Queensland, Master of Development Practice
  • 2018 
    Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Bachelor of Political Science

Publications

  • 2021
    ‘Velvet Triangles’ in Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Indonesia, Jurnal Hubungan Internasional
  • 2020
    Enhancing women contribution in peace, conflict resolution and security agenda: Indonesian female peacekeepers in the United Nations peacekeepng operations (Garuda contingent-Konga), Revista UNISCI
  • 2019
    Transnational advocacy in increasing women’s representation in Myanmar’s parliament, Third International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2019
  • 2019
    Collaborative governance in gender mainstreaming policy in Yogyakarta City, Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan
  • 2019
    The Role of Caucus Feto Iha Politika in Increasing Women’s Representation in Timor-Leste’s Parliament, Jurnal Sosial Politik