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S. Nanthini is a Research Analyst on the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Programme at the Centre of Non-Traditional Security Studies (NTS Centre) , S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) , Nanyang Technological University (NTU) , Singapore. She holds a Masters in International Relations (International Security) from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Arts (Politics and Gender Studies) from La Trobe University. During her time in Melbourne, she volunteered with the humanitarian response agency RedR Australia where she furthered her interest in the security aspects of humanitarian situations.
Prior to joining RSIS, Nanthini was an intern at the Asia-Europe Foundation in Singapore and has written for the Young Diplomats as their Regional Content Writer for Southeast Asia. Her research interests include human security in Southeast Asia, looking at the HADR landscape through a gendered lens and the role of multilateralism in the security architecture of the Asia-Pacific.
Areas of Expertise
- Gender and HADR
- R2P and Human Security in Southeast Asia
- Multilateralism and Security in the Asia-Pacific
Disasters in COVID-19: Implications for Nexus Governance
01 July, 2021
Pathways for ASEAN Contributions to Sustainable Peace and Security in Rakhine State, Myanmar
06 May, 2020
Humanitarian 'Do No Harm': Plugging Gaps in Data Governance
18 June, 2021
Global Health Security: COVID-19 and Its Impacts - In Limbo in ASEAN: Pandemic and Irregular Migration
25 June, 2020
Global Health Security - Impact of COVID-19: Can Irregular Migrants Cope?
16 April, 2020
ASEAN, Myanmar and the Rakhine Crisis: Two Years On
29 November, 2019
The COVID-19 Catalyst: Implications for Disaster Governance in ASEAN
23 December, 2020
COVID-19 and the Impacts on Women
29 July, 2020
Last updated on 07/07/2021