Sharyn Graham Davies is Director of the Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre at Monash University. She has published extensively on gender and sexuality in Indonesia, including most recently with Najmah on “Im/moral healthcare: HIV and universal health coverage in Indonesia” in the journal Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters

Najmah is a lecturer in the Public Health Faculty of Sriwijaya University, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Najmah was awarded a prestigious New Zealand Scholarship for her doctoral studies and graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2020. She completed her PhD under the supervision of Dr Sari Andajani and Associate Professor Sharyn Davies, whilst looking after her three toddlers. Najmah also has degrees from the University of Melbourne, where she studied with an AusAID Partnership Scholarship, and Sriwijaya University. Najmah is the author of four books of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She is currently writing her fifth book with her supervisor in qualitative approach and enthusiasm in Feminist and Participatory Action Research.

Kusnan is a International Student at School of Graduates and Professional Studies in INCEIF, Malaysia. Kusnan Has been joined and Presented his working paper in some international conferences in Islamic Economics and Finance. Kusnan is interested in various research fields including Islamic finance, Islamic studies, Shadow banking, politics and humanities and currently completing several papers to be published in journals or to be presented in international conferences.