Galuh Wandita


Country: Indonesia

Galuh Wandita is an Indonesian human rights activist with nearly 30 years of experience in advocating for justice, women’s rights, and conflict-related issues. She has collaborated with Oxfam and civil society organizations in Eastern Indonesia, and she co-founded the women’s organization Fokupers in East Timor. Galuh has co-authored several publications, including Enduring Impunity: Women Surviving Atrocities in the Absence of Justice from 2015. She is also a prolific documentary filmmaker, known for works like Nina and the Stolen Children of Timor-Leste from 2014. Additionally, she has been a regular contributor of editorial pieces to The Jakarta Post for several years.

Galuh Wandita adalah seorang pegiat hak asasi manusia Indonesia dengan nyaris 30 tahun pengalaman dalam menyuarakan keadilan, hak-hak perempuan, dan masalah-masalah terkait konflik. Ia telah bekerjasama dengan Oxfam dan berbagai organisasi masyarakat sipil lainnya di Indonesia Timur, sekaligus menjadi salah satu pendiri Enduring Impunity: Women Surviving Atrocities in the Absence of Justice dari 2015. Ia juga adalah seorang pembuat film dokumenter yang sangat produktif, dikenal atas karya-karyanya sepertiĀ  Nina and the Stolen Children of Timor-Leste dari 2014. Lebih lanjut lagi, ia juga telah menjadi seorang kontributor reguler halaman opini The Jakarta Post dalam beberapa tahun terakhir.

Appearing in

Main Program | Shattering Boundaries through Writing and Activism

Velia Vidal and Galuh Wandita are two compelling voices merging the power of words with a call for social change. Velia Vidal, a fearless storyteller, juxtaposes narratives of struggle and …