Prili is an IDS alum from Indonesia. She studied MA Gender and Development 2015/2016. Her dissertation discussed about the effectiveness and challenges of men’s engagement movement in Indonesia to challenge patriarchy, using Laki-Laki Peduli (MenCare+) as a case study.
She holds Bachelor of Social Science degree from Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia. She spent 1 year and 9 month serving at Indonesia’s President Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight (UKP4) managing the first national social media for citizens-state engagement LAPOR!
She currently works at MAMPU (the Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment), an international development aid project hosted by Ministry of National Development Planning of Indonesia, funded by Australian Department Foreign Affairs and Trade.