Hasriadi Masalam is a Senior Research Fellow in Resilience Development Initiative.
2013 - PresentPh.D Candidate
Department of Educational Policy Studiesm, University of Alberta, Canada.
2007 - 2008Master of Arts
Social Justice in Intercultural Relations in SIT Graduate Institute, VT, USA.
1995 - 2000Sarjana Sastra (S.S.) (Degree equivalent to Canada’s Bachelor Degree of Arts)
English Literature in Universitas Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Working Experiences Timeline
2016 - 2018DRR Project Coordinator
UN Migration (IOM) Myanmar.
2013 - 2016DRR Assistant
UN Migration (IOM) DRR Aceh.
2013GIS Basic and Advanced Trainer for Bappeda Pidie Jaya
Bappeda Pidie Jaya.
2013 - PresentNon-Permanent Lecture Remote Sensing and GIS Application
Civil Engineering Master Program – Unsyiah, Banda Aceh.
2011 - 2013Remote Sensing and GIS Expert (Project Base)
TDMRC Banda Aceh.
2010 - 2011Research Assistant Specialized GIS for Geo statistic Analysis
INTERCOAST – University of Bremen at University of Bremen, Germany.
2008 - 2009Remote Sensing (RS) and GIS Specialist and Trainer
AMAP Capacity Building Project, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
2004 - 2005Spatial and Technical Specialist
Community Base Recovery Project, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
1992 - 2002Site Manager
Ring Road Construction Project, Simeulu Island, Indonesia.
Research Assistant at Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta, assistant to Dr. Dip Kapoor
Research Assistant at Gender, poverty, and law enforcement (Aceh – Indonesia) Funded by AusAID
Principal Researcher at Sustainable livelihood assessment of indigenous community in Sumatra (Jambi - Indonesia) Funded by Sumatra Sustainable Support (SSS),
Research Assistant at Documentation of early childhood education Program in Aceh (Indonesia) Funded by UNICEF
Principal Researcher at Advocacy research on the enforcement and protection of indigenous people education and health rights (Jambi – Indonesia) Funded by Sumatra Sustainable Support (SSS),.
Co-investigator for Linking, learning and advocacy for the integration of resiliency from climate risk in evidence-based policymaking in Indonesia (Jambi – Indonesia)
Surveyor for Baseline survey on the impacts of Australia Indonesia Basic Education Program (AIBEP) at the community level, South and West Sulawesi (Indonesia).
Co-investigator for Discourse analysis on protection and provision of women and children health rights on HIV/AIDS policy in Indonesia (Indonesia). Funded by Indonesian National AIDS Commission.
Co-investigator for Participatory Action Research (PAR) on food sovereignty and energy independence in South and West Sulawesi (Indonesia) Funded by Helsinki University Students Union.
Co-investigator for Community policing and human rights issues in Papua (Indonesia) Funded by International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Co-investigator for Socio-economic impact study of Decentralization of Livestock Services in Eastern Indonesia (DELIVERI) project (South Sulawesi – Indonesia) Funded by UK DFID.
Co-investigator for State of children awareness on coastal ecosystem in urban and rural communities in Sulawesi (Indonesia) Funded by Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program (COREMAP).
Kapoor, D., & Masalam, H. (in progress). PAR, land and labour: Indigenous and small peasant activisms in Asia. Third World Quarterly.
Masalam, H. (in progress, contracted). Thirdworldist-PAR and indigenous and small peasant struggles in Indonesia: Addressing green and agro-industrial dispossession in Sulawesi and Sumatra. In Kapoor, D. & Jordan, S. (eds.) Research, dispossession and labour: indigenous, small peasant & urban poor activisms in the Americas and Asia. NY & London: Zed.
Masalam, H. (2017). Our crops speak: small and landless peasant resistance to agro-extractive dispossession in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. In Kapoor, D. (ed.). Against colonization and rural dispossession: local resistance in South & East Asia, the Pacific and Africa (pp. 98-121). NY & London: Zed.
Rachman, N. F. & Masalam, H. (2017). The trajectory of indigeneity politics against land dispossession in Indonesia. Sriwijaya Law Review, 1:1, pp. 122-142.
Masalam, H. (2016). The anatomy of palm oil induced development dispossession in West Sulawesi, Indonesia. Paper presented at the International Conference Navigating Global Flows of Capital, Policy and Values: Conceptualizing Trajectories toward Alternative Modernities in Indonesia, December 19– 22, IT Center Universitas Tadulako, Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Masalam, H. & Kapoor, D. (2016). Popular indigenous and small/landless peasant analysis of the politics of development dispossession in Indonesia and India. Paper presented at the International Conference Navigating Global Flows of Capital, Policy and Values: Conceptualizing Trajectories toward Alternative Modernities in Indonesia, December 19 – 22, IT Center Universitas Tadulako, Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Masalam, H., Kapoor, D., & Jordan, S. (2016). Decolonizing PAR in Asia. Paper presented at the 9th International Congress of the Asian Philosophical Association (ICAPA): Decolonization, Education, Arts and Humanities & Higher Education Leadership in the Asian Community, July 20 ̶ July 24, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia International Campus, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Masalam, H. & Kapoor, D. (2015). PAR and learning in struggle against development dispossession in the Serampas Highlands of Sumatra, Indonesia. In Conference Proceedings, Western Region Research Conference on the Education of Adults (WRRCEA), October, Edmonton, Canada (43 ‐ 51).
Masalam, H. & Kapoor, D. (2015). PAR and learning in struggle against development dispossession in the Serampas Highlands of Sumatra, Indonesia. Paper presented at the Western Region Research Conference on the Education of Adults (WRRCEA 2015), October 16 – 18, University of Alberta, Canada.
Masalam, H. & Kapoor, D. (2014). The green dispossession of Serampas communities in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Indonesia. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID) 2014 Annual Conference, May 28 – 30, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
Kapoor, D. & Masalam, H. (2014). Development dispossession and incarceration in rural India and Indonesia. Paper presented at the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) 2014 Congress, May 27-30, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
Hasriadi. (2014). “Lebih dahsyat dari gempa”: Konservasi dan kerentanan masyarakat Dataran Tinggi Serampas di Kawasan Taman Nasional Kerinci Seblat (TNKS), Jambi (Mightier than earthquake: conservation and vulnerability of Serampas Highland communities in Kerinci Seblat National Park). Wacana Social Transformation Journal, 30: XVI.
Hasriadi. (2014). Upland rice cultivation in the midst of changes: Case study of Serampas Highlands, Kerinci Seblat National Park. Wacana Social Transformation Journal, 29:XV, 67–92.
Hasriadi., Tanrere, I. H., & Siromorok, H. (2014). Kelas yang hilang: Membicarakan kembali proletarisasi agraria (The lost class: revisiting agrarian proletarization). Makassar: Penerbit Ininnawa.
Masalam, H. (2014). Review of Zibechi, R. (2012). Territories in Resistance: A Cartography of Latin American Social Movements. Oakland, CA: AK Press. Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry Journal.
Hasriadi. (2014). Review of Wisner, Ben, Piers Blaikie, Terry Cannon and Ian Davis (2004) At Risk: Natural Hazards, People’s Vulnerability and Disasters. 2nd edition. London and New York: Routledge. Wacana Social Transformation Journal, 30: XVI.
Hasriadi, & Sirimorok, N. (2013). Desa butuh energi alternatif, sekarang! (Rural areas need alternative energy, now!). Yogyakarta: INSISTPress.
Hasriadi & Febrista, M. (2012). Dari Nyo-Yok ke New York: refleksi kritis pengalaman sekolah di luar negeri (From Nyo-Yok to New York: A critical reflection of studying abroad). In Menerjang Batas, Mengejar Impian (Pushing Limits, Chasing Dreams). Indonesia Social Justice Network: Jakarta.
Abhisam, D. M., Hasriadi., & Harlan, M. (2011). Membunuh Indonesia: Konspirasi global penghancuran kretek (Killing Indonesia: the global conspiracy against kretek). Jakarta: Katakata.
Hasriadi. (2010). From disaster to ”disaster”: Brief note on protection of victims and marginalized groups (invited resource person). Paper presented at the Regional Workshop on Promoting and Protecting Rights in Floods Response, Relief and Recovery, August 7 -12, 2010, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
Hasriadi (ed.). (201). Disaster of injustice: reflection on disaster risk reduction in Indonesia. Yogyakarta: INSISTPress.
Topatimasang, R., Puthut, E. A., Hasriadi. (2010). Kretek: kajian ekonomi & budaya 4 kota (Kretek: economic & cultural studies in four cities). Yogyakarta: Indonesia Berdikari.
Masalam, H. (2007). In search of alternative education for rural communities in Indonesia. Paper presented at the Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO) Conference, June 15 – 18, Albany, NY, USA.
Hasriadi (ed.). (2004). Sekolah para petualang (School of the sojourners). Makassar: Rumah KAMU.
Hasriadi. (2002). Cultivating empathy on rural life: reflective notes on FASID Fieldwork Program (invited resource person). Presented at the Workshop on ASEAN/Japan Human Resource Development Promotion, June 15 – 20, Kumamoto, Japan.
Feb 2009 - Apr 2012 |Co-director, ININNAWA Community, a federation of four not-for-profit organizations, i.e. Payopayo Farmers Folk School, Active Society Institute, Biblioholic Library and Book Café, and Ininnawa Publisher, based in Makassar, South Sulawesi – Indonesia
Jan 2009 - present |Associate Researcher, Indonesian Society for Social Transformation (INSIST), based in D.I.Yogyakarta – Indonesia
Jun 2003 - Jun 2006 |Executive Director, Rumah Kaum Muda (Home for the Youth), based in Makassar, South Sulawesi – Indonesia
May 2001 - Aug 2006 |Program Coordinator, Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development (FASID), a Tokyo based think tank, coordinated fieldwork training program for graduate students and young professionals from Japan and Southeast Asian countries in rural areas of South and West Sulawesi, Indonesia
Jan 2012 - Jun 2012 | Integrated basic health and early education services for rural mothers and children, Mitra Aksi Foundation (Jambi – Indonesia)
Apr 2010 | Technical assistance on community organizing, for Australian Community Development and Civil Society Strengthening Scheme (ACCESS) partners in West Sumba, funded by AusAID (East Nusa Tenggara – Indonesia)
Mar 2009 - Mar 2010 |Sulawesi Sustainable Rural Livelihood Advancement Project, Farmers Folk School of Payopayo, funded by Helsinki University Student Union (HYY) (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Mar 2009 - Mar 2010 |Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in school curriculum, Farmers Folk School of Payopayo, funded by Cordaid (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Mar 2012 | Mini workshop on integrating social justice issues in science classes, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Teacher Education, Jambi University, Indonesia
May 2010 | Popular Education workshop, organized by Active Society Institute in cooperation with the Indonesian Society for Social Transformation (INSIST) (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Mar 2009 - Mar 2010 | Farmers Field School Tompobulu, organized by Payopayo Folk School (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Aug 2006 | Training for Social Transformation Volunteers (TRANSFORM), organized by Rumah KAMU in cooperation with INSIST (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Jun 2003 - Jun 2006 | Students as Researcher, alternative education for young people to build their critical thinking (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Apr 2002 - May 2003 | Training of Trainer on Literacy Curriculum Development, for ex-leprosy communities and street children in Makassar, Indonesia, Mata Hati Foundation (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Jul 2000 - Mar 2003 | Reading awareness campaign for children and youth, Ininnawa Center for Cultural Studies (South Sulawesi – Indonesia)
Freelance Translator/Interpreter & Editor:
Apr 2018 - present | World Vision Indonesia
Mar 2018 - present | Forest Program III Sulawesi
Jan 2018 - present | Plan International Indonesia
Mar 2017 - present | Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
2015 - present | Inside Indonesia, a quarterly magazine for general readers on the people of Indonesia
2011 - 2013 | Environmental Governance and Sustainable Livelihood Program (CIDA - EGLSP)
2011 - 2013 | Better Approaches to Service Provision through Increased Capacities in Sulawesi (CIDA - BASICS)
Dec 2010 | ILO-EAST (Education and Skill Training for Youth Employment) Project, Makassar
Nov 2010 | Siemenpuu Foundation, a Finland based environmental NGOs network
Feb 2010 | Australia Indonesia Basic Education Program (AIBEP)
2009 - present | INSIST Press
2007 - 2008 | East Timor Alliance Network (ETAN)
2004 - 2006 | Ininnawa Press
2003 - 2006 | Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
2001 - 2006 | Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development (FASID)
2001 - 2002 | Social Science & Humanities Research Center, Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
Research Associate, KARSA Institute, Palu, Central Sulawesi.
Research and Education Volunteer, John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, for Edmonton Community Coalition for Human Rights (eCCHR) project.
Member, Golden Key International Honour Society, University of Alberta Chapter.
Member, Social Committee, Dept. of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
Member, International Student Advisory Council (ISAC), International Student Services (ISS), University of Alberta.
Member, Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID).
Member, Canadian Sociological Association (CSA).
Volunteer, 2013 Center for Global Citizenship Education & Research (CGCER) Conference: Decolonizing Global Citizenship Education.
Secretary, Educational Policy Studies Graduate Student Association (EPS-GSA), Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
Councilor, Graduate Student Association (GSA), University of Alberta.
Liaison officer, Educational Praxis, USA. Fundraising and building network between learning centers in USA, India, and Indonesia.
Volunteer, Highlander Center 75th Anniversary, Tennessee, USA.
Advisory board, Ininnawa Community, a federation of not-for-profit organizations based in eastern part of Indonesia, supervised grant applications and educational programming.
Advisory board, Biblioholic Library & Book Café. Organized book drive from foreign donators, supervised community library programming as cozy reading space for youth.