The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) is a research centre established in 2016 with the ultimate aim to develop multidisciplinary studies at the University of Jember. The establishment of CHRM2 is part of University of Jember’s strategic Centres within Southeast Asia to promote research and collaboration in the specialised areas of human rights with cognate disciplines.
The scholarly leap has been taken to address recent issues and developments of human rights, multiculturalism, and migration in Southeast Asia as the role in realising our vision. The vision is to boost the strength of the University of Jember to become a leading global university centred in Southeast Asia. Through a rigorous research and collaboration, we transform the way thinking of knowledge in this rapid globalising world that meets the ideals of justice and the standards of human rights. In order to succeed the vision and missions, we conduct annual conference by inviting world-renowned professors, practitioners, and policymakers. In addition, we also publish scholarly articles in Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights (JSEAHR).