The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) is a research institution established by the University of Jember with the aim to strengthen research and publication with respect to human rights, multiculturalism, and migration. The Centre is now looking for Research Assistant who would be based in the Centre.
The book titled, “Dialektika Universalisme dan Relativisme Hak Asasi Manusia di Indonesia” will be launched on 10th December 2017 in the commemoration of human rights day. The event is held by CHRM2 in cooperation with Indonesian Consortium of Human Rights Lecturers (SEPAHAM Indonesia).
The event is under the theme,“the protection and fulfillment of the right of vulnerable groups in Jember and its relation to the right to legal aid.” It will highlight human rights issues in Jember as a means to encourage the awareness of the local government in regard to marginal communities to obtain their constitutional rights. The discussion will be conducted on Friday, 15 September 2017 at 1 PM on the 5th floor CDAST Building, University of Jember. It is held in cooperation between CHRM2 and Legal Aid Institute (LBH) Surabaya.
The Conference with the theme “Human Rights Issues in Southeast Asia: Are We Moving Backward?” will be held on 11-12 August 2017 at 4th Floor, CDAST Building, University of Jember. It aims to giving a deeper understanding of human rights issues from various perspectives. Additionally, the event is to develop an understanding of how scholars from Southeast Asia and other scholars who concern on the issue of human rights across Southeast Asia can contribute their thoughts. (more…)
Established in 2016, it becomes one of the University of Jember's centres with aims to develop multidisciplinary studies, promote research and collaboration specifically in the area of human rights with related disciplines.The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration