The development of Project Management, Intergovernmental Network Engagement, Gender and Disaster, Disaster Management Leadership, Public Policy, Disaster Management Capacity Building, and Donor Financial Management.
Cluster : DCR19 Views
Ms. Ririn has been working in humanitarian organisations in Indonesia and ASEAN, particularly in disaster capacity-building programmes since 2004 with frequent travel to disaster-affected areas. Her main portfolio is designing and implementing disaster management capacity-building programs, including disaster management leadership program in ASEAN and ASEAN Standards and Certification for Disaster Management Experts. She has various experiences in a professional disaster management career alongside her doctoral research. Ms. Ririn believes it is immensely important to empower women and vulnerable groups to participate in building the community resilience in facing disaster, save more lives, and build back better.
Doctor in Management, Disaster Risk and Resilience, The University of Canterbury.
The University of Melbourne, Australia.
Political Science majoring in International Relations, Gadjah Mada University.
ASEAN Standards and Certification for Experts in Disaster Management (ASCEND) for the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management /the AHA Centre.
Dept. of Geography, College of Science, the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, GEOG110 Human Geography: People, Process and Place.
Executive Development Programme, College of Business and Law, The University of Canterbury.
ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management /the AHA Centre.
UNDP People-Centered Development Program Papua and West Papua.
Research on Women Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response in Indonesia and the Philippines at the University of Canterbury New Zealand.
Dissertation Research: ‘Care-Full’ Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response. Case Studies: Merapi Eruption in Yogyakarta Indonesia and Typhon Haiyan in Taclobanthe Philippines.
Liu. A, Haryani, R., Waliuzzaman S.M., Do, H. and Pem. S. 2020. ‘Journeys of post-development subjectivity transformation: A shared narrative of scholars from the majority world in Gibson-Graham,JK and K. Dombroski (eds). Handbookof Diverse Economies. Edward Elgar.
Gibson,K., Astuti,R.,Carnegie, M.,Chalernphon, A.,Dombroski, K.,Haryani, A.R.,Hill, A., Kehi, B., Law, L., Lyne, I., McGregor, A., McKinnon, K., McWilliam, A., Miller, F., Ngin, C., Occeña‐Gutierrez, D., Palmer, L., Placino, P., Rampengan, M., Than, W.L.L.,Wianti,N.I. and Wright, S.(2018),‘CommunityeconomiesinMonsoonAsia: Keywords and key reflections’. Asia Pac. Viewp., 59: 3-16. doi:10.1111/apv.12186
Forthcoming (Accepted Book Chapter) Haryani, R. & Dombroski, K. (2022). ‘Arisan: Producing economies of care in Java’ in Hossein C.S.& J. Christabell P (eds). Community Economies in the Global South: Case studies from around the world.Oxford University Press. Keynote Speaker at Development Network (DevNet) Conference 2018, Christchurch New Zealand.