Starting with his formal education in anthropology at the University of Indonesia and the Australian National University (ANU), Dr Dedi Adhuri has obtained over 20 years of experience in his field. His background is in researching social conflict, ethnicity, marine resource management and governance, fisheries conflict, post disaster coastal and fisheries rehabilitation and development, and community development.
In the last five years, as a coordinator of the Maritime Study Group at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Dr Adhuri has become increasingly involved in studies on coastal communities and climate change, as well as studies on cultural heritage management in Indonesia. He continues to build his expertise by participating in numerous fellowship programs.
For CCRES, Dr Adhuri is currently working on a project to develop a toolkit for adaptive coastal governance and management which is part of Component 3.