Dwi Rubiyanti Kholifah

Rubi has a Masters in Health and Social Science from Mahidol University, Thailand. She was a winner of an N-Peace Award in 2016 and named as one of the BBC’s top 100 Women in 2014.

Rubi has written extensively  on peacebuilding, including The Hidden Pearls – Heroic Stories of Women Peace Builders (UNDP Jakarta 2016), Injustice, Gap and Inequality: Long Road To Post-2015 Sustainable Development (2013) and The Future of Asian Feminisms: Confronting Fundamentalism, Conflict and Neoliberalism, (Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2012).

Rubi has presented at several international conferences including the Global Women Peace and Security Forum in Washington DC in May 2017 and at the 2017 UNDP Seoul Debate on Lessons Learnt on Addressing Gender-Based Violence From Korea and Around the World.

Rubi is actively engaged with several global alliances bringing together women rights and peace practitioners including The Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership, The Asia-Pacific Women’s Alliance for Peace and Security, Action Asia and Women Waging Peace.