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Dr. Sylvia Yazid

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Gambrinus Visiting-Professor, Institut für Philosophie und Politikwissenschaft (Gambrinus-Fellowship, host: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schuck)


Vita

Vice Head and Lecturer, Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Parahyangan Catholic Uni­ver­sity, Bandung/Indonesia

Researcher at Parahyangan Centre for International Studies, Parahyangan Catholic Uni­ver­sity, Bandung/Indonesia

Gambrinus Visiting-Professor, Department of Philosophy and Political Science, TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity

Gambrinus Visiting-Professor, Department of Philosophy and Political Science, TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity (2013)

Vice Head, Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Parahyangan Catholic Uni­ver­sity, Bandung/Indonesia (2011-14)

Doctor of Philosophy from School of Political and Social Inquiry, Faculty of Arts, Monash Uni­ver­sity, Melbourne/Australia  Thesis: “Responding to Democratization and Globalization: NGOs' Influence on Indonesia’s Policies on Labour Mi­gra­tion.” (2010)

Master of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash Uni­ver­sity, Melbourne/Australia (2006)

Bachelor of Political Science, Department of International Relations, Parahyangan Catholic Uni­ver­sity, Bandung/Indonesia (1998)

Scholarship granted by Australian Development Scholarships AusAID for Ph.D. in Politics (2006-2010)

Scholarship granted by Australian Development Scholarships AusAID for Master of Public Policy and Management (2002-2003)

Participant in the Winter School “Limits to Growth Revisited”, funded by VolkwagenStiftung (24 November - 1 December 2012)

Documenter at the Asia Pacific Work­shop on Gender and Aid Effectiveness, conducted by UNIFEM and the Ministry of Women Empowerment, Indonesia (August 2007)

Part-time producer, broadcaster and translator at ABC Radio Australia, Indonesian Section (2007-2010)

Analyst at GTZ-PMPW, Germany, and the Bandung In­sti­tute of Technology (ITB), Indonesia (1999)

Research Assistant at the Urban and Rural Development In­sti­tute (July 1999)

Assistant at the Curriculum Work­shop for Regional Planning and Project Management, conducted by LANRI and DSE-Germany (1997)

For­schungs­schwer­punkte

Gender Aspects of In­te­gra­ti­on and Disintegration in the Indonesian Society, Dynamics of Ethnic Conflicts

International Relations, NGOs in IR, International (Labor) Mi­gra­tion, Indonesia-Australia Relations.

Publikationen (Auswahl)

Indonesia's Civil Society in the Age of Democratization. NGO-Responses on the Issue of Labor Mi­gra­tion. (Trans­for­ma­tion, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia, Vol. 11) Baden-Baden: Nomos 2013. Details

Hendrawan, Sanerya / Indraswari / Yazid, Sylvia (eds.): Pengembangan Human Capital. Perspektif Nasional, Regional dan Global. Yogyakarta: Graha Ilmu 2012.

Practicing Democracy in Indonesia: The Involvement of NGO in the Process of Making and Implementing Policies on Labor Mi­gra­tion, in: Heise, Matthias / Rucktäschel, Kathrin (eds.): Indonesia's Search for Democracy. Political, Economic, and Social Developments. (Trans­for­ma­tion, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia, Vol. 10) Baden-Baden: Nomos 2013, pp. 211-232. Details

Limits to Growth: Sustainable Development or Resilience, in: The Jakarta Post, 7 December 2012 (Online Edition)

Responding to Changes After Reformasi: Activism of Indonesian NGOs on the Issue of Labour Mi­gra­tion, paper presented at “Institutions in Post-Soeharto Indonesia: A Symposium”, Monash Asia In­sti­tute and Centre for South East Asia, 13 July 2009, Monash Uni­ver­sity, Melbourne/Australia.

Responding to National Policies on Migrant Workers: Activism of Indonesian Local NGOs (Solidaritas Perempuan and Migrant CARE), paper presented at the International Conference on the Global Impact of Women Migrant Workers from South East Asia, 2 December 2008, Satya Wacana Christian Uni­ver­sity, Salatiga/Indonesia.

Activism of Indonesian Local NGOs on the Issue of Women Migrant Workers: Building National, Regional and International Networks, paper presented at the Centre for South East Asia Studies (CSEAS) Seminar Series, 6 March 2008, Monash Uni­ver­sity, Clayton Cam­pus, Australia.

Protection Still Elusive for Our Migrant Workers, in: The Jakarta Post, 28 December 2008.

Activism of Indonesian NGOs on the Issue of Women Migrant Workers: Engaging in National and International Co-operation, peer-reviewed paper presented at the 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA), Monash Asia In­sti­tute, 1-3 July 2008, Melbourne/Australia.

Labor Mi­gra­tion and Security: Who Profits?, in: The Jakarta Post, 5 July 2007.

The Rationales for Incorporating Gender-aware Approaches in Addressing Tsunami Impacts in Aceh, Indonesia, in: Global & Strategis (Journal of Airlangga Uni­ver­sity) Vol. 1, No. 1, January-June 2007.

The Role of NGOs in Promoting the Rights of Indonesian Women Migrant Workers: Activism of Migrant Labour and Women's NGOs, paper presented in the Postgraduate Work­shop, 14th Colloquium, "Boundaries and Shifting Sovereignties: Mi­gra­tion, Security Issues and Regional Cooperation", 30 November - 1 December 2006, Uni­ver­sity of New England, Armidale/Australia.

The Roles of NGOs in Promoting the Rights of Women Migrant Workers: Activisms of Indonesian Women and Migrant Labour NGOs, paper presented at "Intersecting Ideas", School of Political and Social Inquiry Postgraduate Symposium 2006, 27 October 2006, Monash Uni­ver­sity, Clayton Cam­pus, Australia.

Facing the Future with Optimism After Disaster, in: The Jakarta Post and Hongkong Herald, 27 July 2006.

Gender Insecurity: Permasalahan Buruh Migran Perempuan (Tenaga Kerja Wanita) Indonesia (Problems of Indonesian Women Migrant Labor), in: Jurnal Ilmiah Hubungan Internasional Vol. 1, No. 3, September 2005.

National Media Widely Availed of by Candidates in Local Leadership Polls, in: The Jakarta Post and Asia Media, 29 June 2005.

Problematizing Indonesia’s Decentralization Post-Suharto, paper presented at the workshop "Political Change in Southeast Asia”, March 2004, Leeds Uni­ver­sity, England, under British Council Higher Education Academic Link.

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