Muhammad Djindan teaches at the Department of Politics and Government in Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. He holds a master degree in Environmental Sciences with a major in Environmental Policy from Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Prior to the position at UGM, Djindan worked with international development organizations in the field of women’s rights, disaster risk reduction, and disaster emergency response in Indonesia. Currently he is a part of the Resource Governance in Asia Pacific (RegINA) project – a cooperation project between UGM and Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI). Djindan’s research focus on natural resources governance in Indonesia.
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