Dwi Rahayu Kristianti, currently working as Lecturer and Head of Constitutional Law Department at Faculty of Law, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia. Subjects which mainly taught are Indonesian Constitutional Law and Human Rights. Graduating from Faculty of Law, Airlangga University (1997), and got Master of Arts (in Women’s Studies) from the Flinders University of South Australia (2006). In May 2017, had joined the UN Human Rights Mechanisms Training in Geneva, supported by NCHR and Geneva Academy. Previously, besides teaching also holding the position of the Director of The Centre of Human Rights Law Studies (HRLS) from 2009-2015. Currently, being a researcher at HRLS. Main research topics are Indonesian constitutional law, human rights, and gender equality. Last research are on gender neutral drafting in local law making in Indonesia, the gender analysis in the efforts of eradication of prostitution in Indonesia, and the perspective of gender equality and justice for women online entrepreneur legal protection. Within 2015-2017, holding the position as Secretary of Sepaham (Serikat Pengajar HAM Indonesia = Indonesian Consortium of Human Rights Lecturers).
Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Gender and Law
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