Dian Noeswantari

Researcher, UBAYA

S.Pi. (Hang Tuah), M.PAA (Victoria)
Email: dian.noeswantari@gmail.com

Dian Noeswantari adalah seorang peneliti di Pusat Studi Hak Asasi Manusia Universitas Surabaya. Dian merupakan lulusan Victoria University, Australia pada program Master of Public Advocacy and Action. Penelitian yang dilakukan berfokus pada hak ekonomi, sosial, budaya, terutama yang berkaitan dengan perempuan, anak dan lingkungan.

 

Experiences

2000 –  Now     Centre for Human Rights Studies Surabaya University of Surabaya

Researcher at the Centre for Human Rights Studies

  • Conducting and managing research related to human rights with gender perspectives,

  • As a trainer, speaker or facilitator for human rights / gender dissemination,

  • Managing workshop/training and producing workshop/training documentation by project,

  • Reviewing human rights-related books,

  • Suggesting recommendation for improving CHRS’s programs,

  • Being liaison in network-activities.

2012 – Now      Provincial Office on Women Empowerment and Surabaya Child Protection

Member of legal drafter on child protection using system based approach

Conducting and managing research related to child protection.

  • Managing legal drafting committee on producing academic and legal draft on child protection using system based approach,

  • Suggesting recommendation during drafting process,

  • Being liaison in network-activities.

2005 – 2008        Women Working Group Surabaya to Support Multiculturalism

Founder & Executive Board Member

  • Managing and evaluating group’s works.

  • Directing programs to support multiculturalism

  • Suggesting recommendation for improving WSM’s programs.

  • Being liaison in network-activities.

2004 – 2007        Child Protection Commission of East Java Province Surabaya

Executive Board Member

  • Managing and evaluating executive board’s works.

  • Directing programs to support child protection in East Java.

  • Suggesting recommendation for improving programs

2004 – 2006        University of Surabaya in Cooperation with National Commission on Violence Against Women                                Jakarta                                                                                     

Team of National Facilitators for Doing Human Rights Education with Gender Perspectives in 16 (sixteen) Provinces in Indonesia

  • Conducting and doing education that related in gender and human rights issues.

  • As a trainer, speaker, facilitator and evaluator for human rights training with gender perspectives.

1998 – 2005        Pro-Democracy Women’s Group                                   Surabaya

Founder Board Member

  • Evaluating group’s works.

1996 – 1999        Petra Christian University                                              Surabaya

Manager of Community Studies at Centre for Community Development

  • Developing focus group discussion about: gender, environmental education, inter-religion dialog, urban development, and art appreciation.

  • Managing training about: gender analysis technique, social analysis methods, and environmental education.

  • Collecting and analysing data of CCD services at rural areas; such as South Malang, Magetan, and Ponorogo; also at urban areas (Siwalankerto).

  • Being a trainer for gender and environmental education training.

  • Being a facilitator for community studies with grassroots and other institution.

  • Suggesting recommendation for improving CCD’s programs.

1998 – 1999        Pro-Democracy Women’s Group                                    Surabaya

Executive Board Member

  • Managing board’s members.

  • Directing programs for women empowerment, such as:

  1. Pre-congress of Indonesia Women Congress for East Java and Bali region, in collaboration with The Asian Foundation.

  2. Workshop of political education for women: a training of trainers, in collaboration with PPSW UNAIR and OTI/USAID.

1999       Workshop for making blueprint of women empowering, policy and activities concepts for Ministry of Empowering Women, in collaboration with Indonesia Women Coalition.

  • Handling advocacy programs for women.

  • Facilitating training of trainers for gender-related issues, concerning political education for women.

  • Implementing training courses for gender-related awareness and consciousness.

Workshops & Trainings

2014                 Centre for Socio Legal Studies                                           Malang

Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya

“Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya Malang”

  • Training on socio legal method.

2011                 Diplomacy Training Program, Sydney                                 Jakarta

“Human rights advocacy and business: A training program for advocates in the Asia – Pacific”

  • Training on business and human rights, particularly on mining industries.

2010                 Diplomacy Training Program, Sydney                              Lombok

“Migrant workers and human rights in the Asia – Pacific region: A capacity building program for advocates”

  • Training on migrant workers’ advocacy.

2010                 Law and Human Rights Research and Development             Jakarta

(Balitbangham), Department of Law and Human Rights

  • Training on peace education and conflict resolution.

2009                 Attorney General Office of the Republic Indonesia           Surabaya

(Pusdiklat Kejaksaan RI) and United States Department of Justice, Office of Overseas Prosecutorial, Assistance and Training (Opdat)

  • Workshop on human trafficking.

2009                 Law and Human Rights Research and Development             Jakarta

(Balitbangham), Department of Law and Human Rights

  • Workshop on human rights research methods.

2007                 Raoul Wallenberg Institute – SIDA, Sweden                     Bandung

  • Training on the equal status and human rights of women in South East Asia.

2002                 Human Rights Education Association                       www.hrea.org

  • Online course on research and evaluation in human rights

Researches

2016                 Dewan Pers Indonesia                                                       Jakarta

  • Press Freedom Index in East Java Province

2015                 Badan Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Anak                      Surabaya

  • Mapping research on Integrated Service Center for women and children in East Java Province

2015                 International Labour Organization, Indonesia Office            Jakarta

  • Mapping research on homeworkers for 10 cities at Indonesia (Surabaya, Sidoarjo, Gresik, Malang, Jember, Banyuwangi, Kabupaten Mojokerto, Kabupaten Pasuruan, Kabupaten Kediri, dan Kabupaten Malang)

2014                 Dinas Sosial Pemerintah Kota Surabaya                            Surabaya

  • Study on the closing of Dolly and Jarak red-light areas and its impacts at Surabaya

2013                 Center for Human Rights Studies Universitas Surabaya      Surabaya

  • Regulation implementation on feasibilities of simple-rented apartment at Surabaya: Case study on simple-rented apartment “Penjaringansari I and II”

2012                 Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies                    Bangkok

Mahidol University

  • “A Critical Question to Ruggie’s Framework: Indonesian Case on Labour Protection Related to Corporate Social responsibility”

2011                 UNICEF                                                                      Surabaya

  • “Child Protection Using System Based Approach”

2011                 Regional Office of the Ministry of Laws and                     Surabaya

Human Rights

  • “Legal and social research on local regulation on corporate social responsibility”

2011                 Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Jakarta Office                           Jakarta

  • “Research on complaint mechanism on human rights case in provincial level”

2010                 General Directorate of Higher Education                            Jakarta

Ministry of National Education

  • “Preventing trafficking through the procedures of placement and protection of Indonesian migrant workers: a study on local regulation”

2009                 International Labour Organization, Surabaya Office          Surabaya

  • Mapping research on macro credit for migrant workers and their family.

2007                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                    Surabaya

  • “Gender approach in handling the case of sexually exploited children in Surabaya”.

2007                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                    Surabaya

  • “Human rights education modelling in Senior High Schools in Surabaya”.

2006                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                    Surabaya

  • “General Social Survey in Surabaya: Women and Career in Social Change”.

2001                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                    Surabaya

  • “Effect of environment awareness approach on rights on child participation for having a healthy environment”

Publications

2012                 South East Human Rights Network Conference                 Jakarta

  • “A Critical Question to Ruggie’s Framework: Indonesian Case on Labour Protection Related to Corporate Social responsibility”

2011                 Faculty of Social and Political Sciences                            Surabaya

Airlangga University

  • “Mencegah Trafficking melalui Prosedur Penempatan dan Perlindungan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia” in Journal of Masyarakat Kebudayaan dan Politik Vol. 24, No. 4, April - June 2011

2009                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                   Surabaya

  • “Industrial Disaster and Its Impact on Human Rights: A Gendered Perspective” in Journal Dinamika HAM Vol. 9, No. 3, September – Desember 2009

2005                 Konsorsium  Swara Perempuan  and Ford Foundation               Jakarta

  • “Menggugat Hak Politik Perempuan”, xv, 150 pp., as editors with Hesti Armiwulan

2004                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                   Surabaya

  • “Pemenuhan Hak Anak dalam Perspektif HAM” in Journal Dinamika HAM Vol. 4, No. 1, January 2004.

2004                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                   Surabaya

  • “Environmental Education as Part of Human Rights Education” in Suara HAM: Sebuah Bunga Rampai.

2002                 Centre for Human Rights Studies                                   Surabaya

  • “Perempuan dan Gaya Hidup Konsumtif” in Journal Dinamika HAM Vol. 2, No. 2, January – June 2002.

2002                 Inter-faith Forum and East Java Body on                        Surabaya

united Indonesian nation, politic, and community protection (Bakesbang Jatim)

  • “Spirituality for Combat” in Agama-agama yang Terkoyak: Kegalauan Masa Depan Nation-state Building Mengusung Demokratisasi Politik, HAM, Era Transisi Demokrasi.

2002                 Institute of research and community development,           Surabaya

University of Surabaya (LPPM UBAYA)

  • “Pendidikan dan Perempuan” in Buletin WARNA: Wahana Artikulasi Wacana.

Memberships

1998 – Now, Indonesian Women Coalition, East Java Region (Koalisi Perempuan Indonesia Jawa Timur),

2010 – Now, South East Human Rights Network (SEAHRN), Bangkok,

2010 – Now, Indonesian Union of Lecturers and/or Researchers on Human Rights Fields (Sepaham, Serikat Pengajar/Peneliti Hak Asasi Manusia)

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