Hanum Atikasari is a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Leiden University. Her research project is part of the ERC funded project on Globalizing Palliative Care.
She holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from The University of Melbourne. Her thesis explores the HIV-related stigma and discrimination towards Indonesian women living with HIV in Central Java’s tobacco plantation area.
Prior to joining the Institute, she worked as a Research Assistant for Nossal Institute for Global Health at The University of Melbourne. The ethnographic study was funded by the Australia Research Council and titled ‘Biographies of vulnerability and resilience: The lived experiences of middle-aged women affected by cervical cancer in Indonesia’.
Furthermore, Hanum has been involved as a project officer and consultant for various non-profit organizations in Indonesia, Australia, and Nepal, which focus on sexual and reproductive health and nutrition.
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