Ratih graduated cumlaude from Universitas Padjadjaran, double-majoring in International and Economic Law. She has several research experiences during her bachelor's degree, ranging from writing a legal memorandum for the 57th Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition to writing the fifth amendment of Indonesia’s constitution for Constitutional Drafting Competition held by Indonesia’s Legislative Body. She won the best memo award for the former and was the first winner for the latter.
She then continued to pursue her master’s in Tilburg University, majoring in International Law and Global Governance: Human Rights and Human Security using StuNed Scholarship. She wrote a master’s thesis about the third Pillar of the UNGPs, in particular regarding Access to Remedy for Palm Oil Workers in Indonesia. Her academic background attests to her depth of knowledge and interest in Human Rights and Business. Besides studying, she volunteered herself at Amnesty International Student Team Tilburg.
At FIHRRST, her first contribution starts as a researcher for the development of Human Rights Due Diligence Guidelines for Pharmaceutical Companies in Indonesia published by FIHRRST. She is then involved in several FIHRRST’s webinar preparations such as the “A Dialogue on: Preparing for Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals” co-organized with UNDP Indonesia and “The Rise of ESG: Reporting that Meets Investors’ Need” co-organized with Moores Rowland. Recently, she is selected as a Global Exchange on Religion in Society (GERIS) Network Member, an EU global exchange platform for creating an inclusive world.