On Tuesday morning, March 12th, CHRM2, the University of Jember, and the law faculty welcomed Dr. Elisabeth Kramer from the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney in Australia. Dr. Kramer joined Mr. Muhammad Bahrul Ulum’s Constitutional Law class and presented on the Australian Constitution, Politics, and the Election Process. Undergraduate students and lecturers from various academic faculties attended the event. During her presentation, Dr. Kramer encouraged fruitful discussion while answering questions on issues relating to the topic such as, gender equality, tax policy, and minority rights. Participants learned and shared while comparing Australian and Indonesian political systems, topical issues, and upcoming elections. After the lecture, Dr. Kramer and her father were welcomed at the CHRM2 office with traditional Indonesian snacks and lunch. Later, they attended Jember’s tobacco museum.

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