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Dr. Nino Viartasiwi

Position

Senior Research Fellow


Cluster

Children Social Welfare & Health (CSWH)


Mail

viartasiwinino@gmail.com


Summary

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

Research Interest

Conflict studies, Mediation and Conflict Transformation, Human Security.

Skills

  • Mediation. Central European University – Summer University, Budapest, Hungary 2014
  • Conflict Transformation AMAN-Asia and Asian Resource Foundation, Thailand 2012
  • Journalism. JICA, Government of Japan 2002

Education
Year Experience
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

Sarjana (Bachelor) in Social Science (International Relations) inFaculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Jember, Indonesia

Working Experiences
Year Experience
2015-present

Director of Research, Pilar Data Indonesia Research and Consulting.

2010-present

Co-Founder, Chief of Treasurers, Sustain Society.

2016-2018

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institute of International Relations and Area Studies, Ritsumeikan University.

2011-2014

Staff / Research Assistant, Center for Southeast Asian Studies Library – Kyoto University.

2007-2009

Area Coordinator of Research for East Java Province, The Indonesian Survey Institute / Lembaga Survey Indonesia.

Selected Publications and Papers
    • Proceeding: Viartasiwi N., Atrihartono A. (2019) “Revisiting Cultural Diplomacy as Soft Power: Going Global While Being Unique”. IOP Conference Proceeding Series (Earth and Environmental Science) of The 7h International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2018 (accepted for publication; under review)
    • Proceeding: Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N., Eby A. H., Asmuni (2019) “Sustainability of Gastro Diplomacy of Indonesian Coffee: Examining the Potentials and the Problems”. IOP Conference Proceeding Series (Earth and Environmental Science) of The 7h International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2018 (accepted for publication; under review)
    • Proceeding: Asmuni, Karyaningtyas S., Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A. (2019) “Elevating Social Welfare through BUMDesa Program in Jember District, Indonesia: Policy, Implementation and Problems”. IOP Conference Proceeding Series (Earth and Environmental Science) of The 7h International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security SUSTAIN 2018 (accepted for publication; under review)
    • Journal: Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A. (2019) “Café in Small Towns: A Picture of the Weakening Social Engagement”. Journal Coffee Science (accepted for publication; under review).
    • Proceeding: Eby A. H., 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)..
    • Journal: Viartasiwi N. (2018) “The Politics of History in West Papua - Indonesia Conflict”. Asian Journal of Political Science, 26:1, pp. 141-159, DOI: 10.1080/02185377.2018.1445535 link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/02185377.2018.1445535 (Indexed in Scopus).
    • Journal: Viartasiwi N., Trihartono A. (2018) “Cafés in Small Towns: the making of global identity and the change of social engagement”. In: Coffee Science. Universidade Federal de Lavras. Accepted for publication. (Indexed in Scopus).
    • Book Chapter: 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 (Indexed in Scopus).
    • Journal: Trihartono A., Viartasiwi N. (2015) “Engaging the quiet mission: civil society in breaking the cycle of violence in the post-conflict Poso, Indonesia”. In: Procedia Environmental Sciences. Elsevier. 7/2015. pp.120–128. (Indexed in Web of Science/ Thomson Reuters and Science Direct).
    • Journal: Viartasiwi N. (2014) “Autonomy and Decentralization as Remedies? The Counterinsurgency Tactics for the West Papua Conflict in Democratic Indonesia”. In: Ritsumeikan International Journal: Ritsumeikan Kokusai Kenkyu ISARU, the International Studies Association of Ritsumeikan University. No. 27, V. 1 pp. 283–304.
    • Journal: Viartasiwi N. (2013) “The Prospect of Mediation in West Papua-Indonesia Conflict Transformation”. In: Ritsumeikan International Journal: Ritsumeikan Kokusai Kenkyu. ISARU, the International Studies Association of Ritsumeikan University. No. 26, V. 2, pp.203–217.
Awards and Fellowship

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.