As a human rights specialist, Aldila is trusted to lead the FIHRRST’s research project. He is currently working as a researcher on ranking the human rights performance of 100 top public companies in Indonesia and the co-project manager in fighting against Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Philippines. Beside those two major projects, Aldila also passionately analyzes the human rights issues in Indonesian politics, palm oil industry, and religious tolerance. 

Aldila has proven his research skills, shown by his published articles and achievements in debate competitions. The Jakarta Post has published his opinions about post-disaster in Palu and Indonesian presidential election, examined from the perspective of human rights. In 2017, the Government of Indonesia chose him, through national competition, as the Indonesian official participant for the World Universities Debating Championship in The Hague, Netherland. In Asia, he took the title as the EFL Champion as well as Grand Final Best Speaker at the United Asian Debating Championship in 2015. 

Prior to joining FIHRRST, Aldila was an Indonesian youth representative at Asia-Pacific Urban Youth Assembly. It was a forum held by United Nations Human Settlements Programme in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works and Housing Republic of Indonesia in 2015 and the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Malaysia in 2017. He worked with over 300 young people from all over Asia-Pacific to make cities and human settlements more equitable, inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.