1. Graduated from Economic and Sociology Faculty, Gajah Mada University, Indonesia
2. Master of Arts, Justice and Peace Institute, Maryknoll School of Theology, New York, USA
3. Short Courses : Feminism and Religion, Gender and Feminism, Pastoral Liberation Counselling, Fasilitator perspective feminist, Social and Feminism Research, Peace Building Movement
Work, Church, NGO experience
1.To teach Theology, Feminism, Gender and Culture
2.To fasilitate workshop and training
3.To do Pastoral counselling
4.Consultant for Institute gender mainstreaming
5.Dean for Women College
6.President of National Women's Rights for Humanity, in Indonesia
7.Chair person of Indonesian Christian Feminist Movement
8.Chairperson for Consumers Movement in Indonesia
9.Chairperson for Anti Violence Against Women Movement in Indonesia
10.Coordinator of Monitoring Department of Women's Rights for National Women Commission in Indonesia
11.National Coordinator of EATWOT Indonesia
12.Coordinator of Women Commission EATWOT Asia
13.Coordinator Regional EATWOT Asia
A little about yourself, including the issues and causes closest to your heart
Since I was a little girl (8 years olld), I was shocked to see domestic violence. This wife's suffering motivate me to learn about women. First of all I think Economy can solve women problems. But it is not, then I study sociology. I graduated from both Faculty, but I couldn't get the answer. Finally I study Theology when I met Fiorenza and she told me that I'll get the answer of women problems if I study theology. Since that time, 1984, I am aware that my vocation is to liberate women from their gender bounded and invite men to change their perspective about human beeing and human life. Now I am happy work as women rights defender for human liberation.
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