Fadhilah Trya Wulandari
PAIR Administrative Officer
The Australia-Indonesia Centre
Fadhilah Trya Wulandari received a Bachelor of Politics in International Relations from Hasanuddin University with a focus on international law and human rights. She did research about Women in Aquaculture and Jakarta Coastal Defense Strategy as part of her master at International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, majoring in Human Rights, Gender, and Conflict: Social Justice Perspective. Hence, she adds Gender, Environment, and Development, particularly on women living in the coastal area in her research repertoire. Fadhilah also has worked as Project Officer in a research-based project on marine conservation in South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, East Nusa Tenggara, and West Papua (2019). In addition, she is currently developing #GakPakePlastik (a non-single-use plastic movement) with the youth community in South Sulawesi as part of her passion for driving impact from grassroots.
Before devoting her work to Australia-Indonesia Center, Fadhilah served as a Junior Research Fellow at the Sustainable Development Goals Center and Center of Excellence for Interdisciplinary and Sustainability Science at Hasanuddin University, Makassar.