PENELITI DAN STAFF
Dr. Sonny Mumbunan
Dr. Sonny Mumbunan, pendiri Basic Income Lab, adalah peneliti di Pusat Riset Perubahan Iklim Universitas Indonesia (RCCC UI). Minat risetnya antara lain adalah kemungkinan ekonomi dari Basic Income dalam kerangka keberlanjutan ekonomi dan lingkungan. Ia mendapatkan gelar doktor ilmu ekonomi dari Universitaet Leipzig di Jerman
Ni Made Rahayu Maitri, M.Sc.
Rahayu has been involved in numerous development projects focusing on a number of thematic areas, such as, social protection, climate change, and public finance. Her recent project involvement includes a desk-based research on disaster risk financing for shock-responsive social protection in Indonesia as well as conducting capacity building training for government staff implementing social protection programs in Indonesia. Rahayu is also a part time researcher at Basic Income Lab Universitas Indonesia where she is actively involved in the writing of a paper on the topic of Basic Income for Climate and Nature. Rahayu earned an MSc degree in International Development for Public Policy and Management from the University of Manchester and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from Universitas Indonesia and The University of Queensland.
Iqballa Femme Pininfarina Sihite, LLM
Femme is a recent graduate of LLM International Law Programme at the University of Edinburgh. Her academic expertise is International Law, focusing between economic and environmental aspects. Besides, she has also completed courses in the fields of international relations, politics, and economics. She took an undergraduate study at Universitas Gadjah Mada, taking Business Law as her major. She also previously participated in an international moot court competition and concluded an internship at a law firm.
Dhita Mutiara Nabella
Dhita merupakan program officer Basic Income Lab di Research Center for Climate Change, Universitas Indonesia (RCCC UI). Selain itu, ia juga mengelola project Trade, Development, and Environment Hub yang didanai Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), Inggris. Ia memperoleh Sarjana Sains dari Departemen Biologi, Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, Universitas Indonesia (FMIPA UI).
Dinna Tazkiana is an ecologist. She holds a master’s degree in Environmental Management and Development from Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. For the past ten years, she has been studying and working her way up in environmental and development issues. Her fields of interest include forest and natural resource management, environmental policy and governance, ecological economy, payment for ecological services, renewable energy and extractive sector, and project management. She believes that environmental issues are ‘wicked’ as it involves complex and multidimensional problems, risks, uncertainties, and conflicting interest. She keens to understand and explain contemporary environment and development policy issues from alternative disciplinaries, including economy and social perspectives, with an appreciation of context.