Henny Rosalinda

Henny Rosalinda

Executive Secretary

Phone: +62 852 3175 8088

Email: rosalinda08@yahoo.com / h.rosalinda08@ub.ac.id


I graduated with a Bachelor Degree in International Relations (Padjadjaran University, Indonesia) and Master Program from Graduate School of International Development (Nagoya University, Japan. Currently I am a lecturer at the Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Brawijaya University. I am also the Research Coordinator in the Research Centre for Gender Study of Brawijaya University and Executive Secretary of Portsmouth Brawijaya Centre for Global Health, Population, and Policy (PB Centre). My research and academic interests cover a broad range of topics ranging from migration and domestic work, gender based policy, social remittances, and ASEAN Economic Community.

Research projects

I am working on two research projects at the moment. Firstly, Female International Migration from East Java funded by British Council Newton Fund and Brawijaya University. This project aims to analyse the impact of Indonesian female migration on those left behind, namely, husband, youths, elderly, and the return migrants themselves. This project is run in collaboration with Brawijaya University and the University of Portsmouth and takes place in East Java Province. Secondly, The Stakeholder Capacity Strengthening for Women Migrant Worker Professionalism Improvement in Hong Kong toward the Indonesian Moratorium Policy 2017 funded by Ministry of Higher Education, Indonesia. This project aims to research the institution preparedness toward Indonesian Moratorium 2017 on banning to send unprofessional Indonesian labours overseas.


Rosalinda H, Killian E, Pinatih D. (2015). Analysis on Malang Readiness Toward Asean Economic Community 2015. Jurnal Global & Strategis (Accredited).

Sukesi K & Rosalinda H. (2015). Migration and Poverty, in Gender and Poverty in Indonesia. UB Press. ISBN: 978-602-203-783-5.

Sukesi K, Wijaya H, dan Rosalinda H. (2015). Gender, Migration and Social Change in Rural Area: Case Study of Indonesian Women Migrant Worker in Hong Kong. Indonesia: Brawijaya University Press

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