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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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Anfahrt & Lageplan

Der Campus der Technischen Universität Dortmund liegt in der Nähe des Autobahnkreuzes Dortmund West, wo die Sauerlandlinie A45 den Ruhrschnellweg B1/A40 kreuzt. Die Abfahrt Dortmund-Eichlinghofen auf der A45 führt zum Campus Süd, die Abfahrt Dortmund-Dorstfeld auf der A40 zum Campus-Nord. An beiden Ausfahrten ist die Universität ausgeschildert.

Direkt auf dem Campus Nord befindet sich die S-Bahn-Station „Dortmund Universität“. Von dort fährt die S-Bahn-Linie S1 im 15- oder 30-Minuten-Takt zum Hauptbahnhof Dortmund und in der Gegenrichtung zum Hauptbahnhof Düsseldorf über Bochum, Essen und Duisburg. Außerdem ist die Universität mit den Buslinien 445, 447 und 462 zu erreichen. Eine Fahrplanauskunft findet sich auf der Homepage des Verkehrsverbundes Rhein-Ruhr, außerdem bieten die DSW21 einen interaktiven Liniennetzplan an.

Zu den Wahrzeichen der TU Dortmund gehört die H-Bahn. Linie 1 verkehrt im 10-Minuten-Takt zwischen Dortmund Eichlinghofen und dem Technologiezentrum über Campus Süd und Dortmund Universität S, Linie 2 pendelt im 5-Minuten-Takt zwischen Campus Nord und Campus Süd. Diese Strecke legt sie in zwei Minuten zurück.

Vom Flughafen Dortmund aus gelangt man mit dem AirportExpress innerhalb von gut 20 Minuten zum Dortmunder Hauptbahnhof und von dort mit der S-Bahn zur Universität. Ein größeres Angebot an internationalen Flugverbindungen bietet der etwa 60 Kilometer entfernte Flughafen Düsseldorf, der direkt mit der S-Bahn vom Bahnhof der Universität zu erreichen ist.