Who Am I?


My name is Nadira Irdiana. You can find me on twitter @nadirairdiana. I am living in Jakarta, Indonesia. I am a self-proclaimed liberalist and feminist. Most of the time, you will find me constantly thinking for solutions to world problems. However, if I can describe my own self in one word, it will be a ‘dreamer’. While I really want to contribute as a researcher on human rights, I also secretly dream to be a film director or a scriptwriter.

Currently, I am a mother of a son and an investor. I am a graduate of University of Groningen, the Netherlands. I studied MA International Relations (Global Governance). I am now working for an intergovernmental organisation. I am a returnee of Nacel Open Door, an organisation that sends exchange students abroad. I spent a year in Waseca, Minnesota, USA (2007-2008). I was also working for Indonesian Future Leaders in the past, which is a nation-wide organisation that focuses on development and youth empowerment. Moreover, I was volunteering for Amnesty International student group for 3 years and was previously the president of Amnesty International student group in Middlesex University, London, UK. I hold a BA (Hons) degree in International Politics from the university.

This blog generally contains my observations about my own world, travel destinations, politics, gender, social inclusion, human rights, international relations, philosophy, art, language, literature, music, film, traditional culture and popular culture.

P.S. Take a look at my LinkedIn page to know more about me and what I aspire to do: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadirairdiana.

My resume/ CV is also available upon request (click on the drop-down menu: “Resume”).

You can contact me at nadirairdiana@yahoo.com. I welcome suggestions and comments from my readers.

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