The Centre of Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) at the University of Jember was recently honored to be visited by Dr. Elizabeth Kreamer, a Senior Lecturer from the Faculty of Social Science at New South Wales University, Australia. Dr. Kreamer’s visit on January 26, 2024 marked the beginning of a promising collaboration between the two esteemed institutions.

The purpose of this visit was to explore and discuss future collaborations in the realms of research and joint publications. The meeting paved the way for an exciting partnership between New South Wales University and CHRM2, fostering academic growth and knowledge exchange.

During the visit, significant emphasis was placed on preparing two CHRM2 researchers, Dien Vidia Rosa and Hery Prasetyo, for their upcoming doctoral studies at New South Wales University. This opportunity not only enriches their academic journey, but also solidifies the bond between the institutions—promising a fruitful exchange of ideas and resources.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, a warm reception and joint meal were organized at the CHRM2 office; where members from both institutions engaged in lively discussions, fostering a sense of camaraderie and mutual understanding. The gathering provided a platform for networking, laying the foundation for future collaborations in the field of human rights, multiculturalism, and migration.

The CHRM2 team is excited about the prospects that this collaboration holds, and looks forward to a future of meaningful academic endeavors, research initiatives, and knowledge dissemination. Together, the University of Jember and New South Wales University are committed to significantly contributing to the advancement of social sciences and the broader academic community.

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