Universität Bonn

Abteilung für Südostasienwissenschaft

Charlotte Chin

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  • 2016 – 2018: Master of Arts, Development Studies, University of Passau
  • 2012 – 2016: Bachelor of Arts, Comparative Cultural and Religious Studies/ Peace and Conflict Management, Philipps-University Marburg
  • 2008 – 2011: Abitur, Jacob-Grimm-Schule, Kassel
  • 2019: Personal Assistant of the senior advisor Dr. Thomas Lawo at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Bonn
    Communication with partner organizations, Supporting the preparation of political high-ranking events and small-scale workshops, Follow-up of the 2019 PaRD General Assembly of Members
  • 2018 – 2019: Intern, Sector Program Values, Religion and Development at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Bonn
    Event management, Preparation of a Religious Actors Mapping at Mindanao/ Philippines, Preparation of speaking points, presentations and research results, Writing, editing and translating information material, reports
  • 2012 – 2018: Seminar leader at AFS Intercultural Programs
    Organizing, conducting and evaluating seminars, Moderating intercultural groups, Introducing young adults to topics like intercultural/ interreligious learning and conflict management
  • 2015 – 2017: Freelance Journalist for the Malaysian Multi-Actor Platform Global Bersih
    Public Relations work, Conducting and transcribing interviews, Developing campaigns and political activities

Charlotte Chin’s main research focus is on the contested development of civil societies in Southeast Asia, particularly in Malaysia. As an ethnographic science graduate from Philipps-University Marburg, she first worked on societal discourses about an intensification of Syariah law and its impact on Women´s rights in Malaysia. Her research focus was extended during her Masters in which she observed Malaysia´s 14th General Elections and the first change of government after 61 years. Hereby, she particularly explored the impact of civic societies´ work on the changing voting behaviour in the country. Other field researches paid special attention to political and societal developments within Germany, such as gender roles in Marburg´s fraternities, village´s perceptions of receiving refugees and discplaced people as well as the work of the Antifacist Action in Bavaria.

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