The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS) commenced activities in 2013 and is devoted to the study of Indonesian law and Islamic legal studies.
CILIS staff include Melbourne Law School academics and professional support staff.
CILIS Associates are academic members from external institutions with significant reputations in the area of Indonesian and Islamic legal studies.
Members of CILIS supervise a large number of Graduate Researchers.
Overview of CILIS
Read more about the activities, purposes and objectives of CILIS.
CILIS has a large team of Research Assistants who work with our academics. Most Research Assistants are current students of Melbourne Law School.
CILIS publishes an Annual Report of its activities each year.
The Indonesia Democracy Hallmark Research Initiative (IDeHaRI) seeks to build a cohesive Indonesian studies community at Melbourne, create new collaborations between scholars working on Indonesia, democracy or Islam, and boost external recognition of Melbourne's Indonesia expertise.