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Dr. Nino Viartasiwi
Senior Research Fellow

Cluster : CSWH

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Research Interest

Conflict studies, Mediation and Conflict Transformation, Human Security.

Mail

viartasiwinino@gmail.com

Dr. Nino Viartasiwi is a Senior Research Fellow in Resilience Development Initiative.

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6417-0135 | copus Author ID: 57201025006

Education Timeline

  • September 2016 Ph.D. in International Relations

    Graduate School of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto-JAPAN.

  • September 2011 M.A. in International Relations

    Graduate School of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto-JAPAN.

  • June 2000 (Bachelor) in Social Science (International Relations)

    Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Jember, Indonesia.

Working Experiences Timeline

  • 2017 - Present Director of Research, Analyst

    Pilar Data Indonesia Research and Consulting.

  • 2016 - 2018 Post-Doctoral Researcher

    Institute of International Relations and Area Studies, Ritsumeikan University.

  • 2012 - 2015 Research Assistant

    R-Giro Project, Ritsumeikan University.

  • 2011 - 2014 Part-time Staff / Research Assistant

    Padjajaran University Bandung, Indonesia.

  • 2012 - 2013 Teaching Assistant

    College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University.

  • 2012 - 2014 Teaching Assistant

    Global Gateway Program, Ritsumeikan University.

  • 2007 - 2009 Research Area Coordinator for East Java Province

    The Indonesian Survey Institute / Lembaga Survey Indonesia.

  • 2002 - 2009 Lecturer

    Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences.

  • 2000 - 2006 Managing Director & Broadcaster

    PT Best FM Radio, Jember, Indonesia.

  • 1995 - 1999 News Editor & Broadcaster

    PT Radio Suara Akbar.


Experience


Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan. Research Grant. Group research.

Sumitomo Foundation, Japan. Research Grant FY2018 for Japan-related Research Project. Individual.

British Council, Southeast Asia. Full Travel Grant. Individual.

Gakai Hapyo Scholarship, Ritsumeikan University, Japan. Individual.

Kokusai-teki Field Research Funding. Individual.

May 18 Memorial Foundation, Gwangju, The Republic of Korea. Full Travel Grant. Individual.

Gakai Hapyo Scholarship, Ritsumeikan University, Japan. Individual.

  • Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A. (2020) “Café in Small Towns: A Picture of the Weakening Social Engagement”. Coffee Science, 15:e151687, 2020. Doi: https://doi.org/10.25186/cs.v15i.1687
  • Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N., Nisya C. (2020) “The Giant Step of Tiny Shoes: Thunberg’s Impact on the Securitization of Climate Changes”. The 2nd International Conference on Environmental Geography and Geography Education (ICEGE 2019). IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 485 (2020) 012007 doi:10.1088/1755-1315/485/1/012007
  • Trihartono A., Purwowibowo, Santoso B., Pamungkas F. Z., Viartasiwi N. “Frontline Messenger: Indonesian Diaspora in Gastrodiplomacy”. The 2nd International Conference on Environmental Geography and Geography Education (ICEGE 2019). IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 485 (2020) 012009 doi:10.1088/1755-1315/485/1/012009
  • Viartasiwi N., Tahir A., Dwiyani R. (2019) “Building Bridge in Liminality: Education for Children Refugees in Transiting Country” The 2019 Joint Conference of Japan Society for International Development (JASID) & Japan Association for Human Security Studies (JAHSS).
  • Scaramella K., Viartasiwi N. (2019) “In Dialogue with the Grassroots: Advocating for the Role of Women in Countering and Preventing Violent Extremism in Indonesia”. Resilience Development Initiative. 3/2019.
  • Tahir A., Dwiyani R., Sagala S., Viartasiwi N. “Secondary Cities and Forced Migration: Accommodating Refugees and Asylum Seeker in Indonesia”. The 55th ISOCARP World Planning Congress 2019 Conference Proceeding. Accessible at:https://dryfta-assets.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/assets/isocarp2019/eventdocs/1576665851ISOCARP_55th-Congress_Proceedings2.pdf
  • Viartasiwi N., Atrihartono A. (2019) “Revisiting Cultural Diplomacy as Soft Power: Going Global While Being Unique” JSustain Journal
  • Hara A. E., Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N. (2018) “Democracy and Continuing Marginalization of Women in Indonesian Politics”. E3S Web of Conferences 73, 11005. The 3rd International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2018). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20187311005
  • Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N., Hara A. E., Asmuni (2019) “Sustainability of Gastro Diplomacy of Indonesian Coffee: Examining the Potentials and the Problems” The 7h International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2018
  • Asmuni, Karyaningtyas S., Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A. (2019) “Elevating Social Welfare through BUMDesa Program in Jember District, Indonesia: Policy, Implementation and Problems” The 7h International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2018
  • Viartasiwi N. (2018) “The Politics of History in West Papua - Indonesia Conflict”. Asian Journal of Political Science, 26:1, pp. 141-159, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/02185377.2018.1445535
  • Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A., Yuswadi H. (2018) “The West Papua Imagined Community: A Bondless Plural Society”. In: McLellan B. (eds.) Sustainable Future for Human Security. Springer, Singapore. pp 79-99. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5433-4_6 Print ISBN 978-981-10-5432-7 Online ISBN 978-981-10-5433-4 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-10-5433-4_6
  • Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N. (2015) “Engaging the quiet mission: civil society in breaking the cycle of violence in the post-conflict Poso, Indonesia”. Procedia Environmental Sciences. Elsevier. 7/2015. pp.120–128.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2014) “Autonomy and Decentralization as Remedies? The Counterinsurgency Tactics for the West Papua Conflict in Democratic Indonesia”. Ritsumeikan International Journal: Ritsumeikan Kokusai Kenkyu. ISARU, the International Studies Association of Ritsumeikan University. No. 27, v. 1 pp. 283–304.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2013) “The Prospect of Mediation in West Papua-Indonesia Conflict Transformation”. Ritsumeikan International Journal: Ritsumeikan Kokusai Kenkyu. ISARU, the International Studies Association of Ritsumeikan University. No. 26, v. 2, pp.203–217.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2013) “Committing a collateral damage? The Indonesian government’s policy of the Papua conflict in the 15th years of Indonesian reform”. International Conference: Special Seminar for Indonesian Young Scholars (SSIYS): The 15th Year of Indonesian Reform”. Organized by LIPI-CSEAS Kyoto University-JSPS Asian Core Program. Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2013) “Promoting dialog, advocating equality: The Papua Peace Network in transforming the West Papua conflict”. Young Scholars Conference. ARF-AMAN-Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2012) “Holding On a Thin Rope: Muslim Papuan Communities as the Agent of Peace in Papua Conflict”. Procedia Environmental Sciences. Elsevier. ISSN: 1878–0296. December 2012. Pp.863–872.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2012) “Calming down the ghost of conflict: Post-conflict governance at Poso, Central Sulawesi-Indonesia 2001–2011”. Ritsumeikan Kokusaikenkai Ronsyu: The Ritsumeikan Journal of International Studies. ISARU the International Studies Association of Ritsumeikan University V. 12, pp.109–154.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2011) “Is It ‘Order’ or ‘Peace’? Security, Political Stability, and Democratic Governance in Post-Conflict Poso During 2001–2011”. The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security – SUSTAIN 2011. Kyoto University, Japan. ISSN: 1884–8855x.
  • Viartasiwi N. (2010) “Nurturing Peace: Civil Society’s Role in the Post Conflict Area of Poso-Indonesia”. International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security 2010. Kyoto University, Japan. ISSN: 1884–8850.


Experience


Japan Association for Human Security Studies (JAHSS).

Asia-Pacific of Peace Research Association (APPRA).

Sustain Society. Co-founder;.

Asosiasi Ilmu Politik Indonesia.


Experience


MEXT scholarship, the Government of Japan; Kokusai Teki, Ritsumeikan University; Kenkyu Shorei,Ritsumeikan University; CEU-Summer University, Hungary; AMAN-Asia/ARF, Thailand; JICA, the Government of Japan; Asia-Pacific Peace Research Association (APPRA); May 18 Memorial Foundation (the Gwangju Prize for Human Rights), Gwangju, South Korea.

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