My passion for research brought me to work with PUSKAPA after graduating from Criminology, Universitas Indonesia. Currently, I am working as a Research and Advocacy Assistant, contributing mainly to Access to Justice programs. I lead juvenile justice research initiatives and advocacy efforts as we are working closely with the Indonesian government to give inputs and build evidence.
PUSKAPA with our work in Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) sheds some light on the issue of access to legal identity in Indonesia. To complement this effort, recently we expand our attention to the most discriminated population who are stateless, or at risk of being one.
In my free time, I work with SUAKA, a civil society network, to advocate for more accommodating policies for child refugees.
By joining the network, I aspire to learn from the other organizations on working towards a more inclusive legal identity and citizenship policies.