Gladys Nadya Arianto (Gladys) has been graduated from Criminology undergraduate program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia. During her studies, Gladys specializes in law enforcement and writes a final project on the phenomenon of deviant justice in criminological studies. Gladys also has an interest in human rights issues, criminal justice system reform, and vulnerable groups. This made Gladys interested in joining IJRS as a Research Assistant.

Currently Gladys is involved in several programs at IJRS, namely:

  1. Research on the Assessment of Adequate Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities in the Criminal Justice Process
  2. Website Development eprobono.org and kata Hukum.org
  3. Preparation of IJRS Achievement Annual Report

Prior to joining IJRS, Gladys had experience in compiling academic manuscripts as advocacy material regarding the “Urgency of Ratification of the International Convention on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances” and assisting qualitative research on “The Existence of Komnas HAM in Resolving Cases of Past Serious Human Rights Violations” under the work of the Impunity Monitoring Division, the Commission for Disappeared Persons and Victims of Violence (KontraS). Gladys has also been involved as an Assistant for qualitative and quantitative social research projects conducted by Lecturers related to crime issues.

Gladys has also been a participant in several short courses related to human rights, namely Living the Human Rights (LIGHTS) 2019 by LBH Masyarakat and Human Rights and Transitional Justice 2020 by AJAR.

gladys@ijrs.or.id

Education

Bachelor Degree, Criminology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia.

Program

  1. Research on the Assessment of Adequate Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities in the Criminal Justice Process
  2. Website Development eprobono.org and kata Hukum.org
  3. Preparation of IJRS Achievement Annual Report