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Teresa Retno Arsanti

Position

Grant Officer


Cluster

Children Social Welfare & Health (CSWH)


Mail

teresa.arsanti@rdi.or.id
teresaretnoarsanti@gmail.com


Summary

Teresa Retno Arsanti graduated from Parahyangan Catholic University International Relations Department.

Research Interest

Gender Justice, Gender Mainstreaming in to Policy, Children Protection, Social Conflict.

Education
Year Experience
2014-2018

Bachelor of Political Science, in Department of International Relations, Parahyangan Catholic University Bandung, Indonesia.

Working Experience
Year Experience
Jan-Jul 2018

Research Assistant of “Suggested Indonesia’s Position and Strategy on Non-Traditional Security Issues in the UN Security Council” collaborating with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, responsible for the energy and gender issue.

Feb 2018

Liaison Officer of Joint International Conference 2018 – Diaspora in Transnational Era: Space, Area and Network

Apr 2018

Note Taker of synergistic discussion of “Peluang dan Tantangan Kerja Sama Strategis Indonesia – Amerika Serikat dalam Bidang Pertahanan” between the Government, Unpar, and Strategic Defense Industry.

Mar-Apr 2017

Chief organizer of ASEAN for Kids

May-Sep 2017

Research Assistant of “Potensi Peran Indonesia sebagai Anggota Tidak Tetap Dewan Keamanan Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa 2019-2020” collaborating with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, responsible for the literature review and nuclear proliferation issue.

Jun 2016-May 2017

Staff of Community Service HMPSIHI (Himpunan Mahasiswa Program Studi Ilmu Hubungan Internasional)

Oct 2015-May 2016

Second coordinator of Liaison Officer Bureau, Diplomacy of Practice International Relations Department Parahyangan Catholic University

Nov 2016

The Author of “The Gender Lenses of the Nanking Massacre and Its Aftermath to the China – Japan Relations” on Sentris Academic Journal of International Relations Student

Sep-Oct 2015

Research Assistant of “The Implementation of Indonesia’s Commitment in G-20 in 2015” collaborating with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, responsible for the corruption issue.