Asyikin

Asyikin

Asyikin (Master of Law), a Human Rights activist with 15+ years’ experience
of advocating human rights issues such as human rights for children,
women and marginalized communities, including asylum seekers and refugees.

Address:

Jl. Wijaya Kusuma I/5 No. 127 RT 003/RW 007, Kel. Malaka Sari Kec. Duren
Sawit Jakarta Timur, 13460

Phone: +62 (0)82298056769

Email: asyikinkonsil@gmail.com

Languages

English – Fluent
Arabic   – Fair

Summary

Asyikin (Master of Law), a Human Rights activist with 15+ years’ experience of advocating human rights issues such as human rights for

Asyikin  (Master  of  Law),  a  Human  Rights  activist  with 15+ years’  experience of advocating  human  rights  issues  such  as human  rights for  children,  women  and marginalized communities,  including  asylum  seekers  and  refugees.
Experienced

Advocacy specialist with strong lobbying and organizational skills; has been involved in various  education  program  aimed  at  improving  the  quality, access and  relevance of education  especially  for  basic  education  implemented  by  international  agencies  such as  Save  the  Children, USAID – Decentralized Basic  Education (DBE),  Project  Concern International  (PCI),  and Save  the  Children;  has been engaged  in advocating  United Nations  Guiding  Principles  on  Business  and  Human  Rights  (UNGPs) with  Konsil  LSM Indonesia; has been  actively involved in  the  preparation  of  draft  of  National  Action Plan  (NAPs)  on  Business  and  Human Rights facilitated  by the  Directorate General  of Human Rights  Cooperation of the Ministry  of  Law  and  Human  Rights  of  Republic  of Indonesia; has been engaged in the discussion with UNHCR in regard to handling of asylum seekers and refugees in East Nusa Tenggara particularly in Kupang, and has been part of the UNHCR participatory assessment team in Kupang in 2016 with the aim of promoting gender equality and rights of all persons  of concern  of all ages; skilled  at  communicating  and  building  relationship  with  broad  range  of  high  level government  officials;  equipped  with strong  background  in  project  management and implementation  with  various international  agencies  i.e.  INGOs  and  UN; has  produced bi-lingual consolidated reply (a semi-scientific knowledge products using UN platform) published  by  UNORC. Besides,  he  has broad range  of networks  with NGOs  and  CSOs accross the provinces in Indonesia.

Skill Highlights

•     Project management

•     Training & capacity building

•     Translator/interpreter

Experience 

•     Lobby & advocacy

•     Legal drafting

•     Communication

Program Manager – 03/2019 – 04/2020 

Konsil LSM Indonesia (Indonesia NGO Council), Jakarta 

Responsible for managing programs in the field of advocacy, research, and capacity building for NGOs; Preparing Planning, coordinating program implementation, conducting program monitoring and evaluation, and compiling Program Reports to Executive Directors; Reviewing regulations which are detrimental to the interests and position of civil society; Building networks / alliances with civil society organizations, media and academics in conducting advocacy; Coordinating the capacity building activities for Konsil LSM Indonesia members; Participating in formulating annual program planning activities together with the Executive Director and KPN (Management), and member representatives; Participating in public forums conducted by the Government (i.e. executive, legislative and judiciary, state commissions), NGOs, Universities, Media and Business Sector; Developing new innovation and advocacy initiatives and programs based on existing achievements with other parties;

 

Advocacy Specialist – 02/2015 – 02/2018

Save the Children International, East Nusa Tenggara 

Responsible for developing advocacy strategies at both district and provincial level; Monitoring and assisting advocacy focal points of each district in the implementation of advocacy strategies have been developed; Building and maintaining good relationship with all related stakeholders at district and provincial level (i.e. Provincial and District Education Office, Provincial and Regional House of Representative, Education Quality Assurance Board (LPMP), local and international INGOs, and University; And representing the organization towards external stakeholders