Bisri, Mizan

JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellow

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  • Mizan Bisri
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-IAS
    OFFICE:
    Jingumae 5-53-70, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8925, Japan
    E-MAIL:
    bisri@unu.edu
    PHONE:
    +81-3-5467-1212
    NATIONALITY:
    Indonesia

    Research Interests

    • Climate Change Adaptation & Social Resilience
    • Development Governance
    • Disaster risk management
    • discourse network analysis and complex network theory
    • Global Change & Sustainable Development
    • Humanitarian studies
    • Regional cooperation and integration
    • Science, Technology and Sustainable Society
    • Urban and regional governance

    Education

    • Ph.D. in Political Science, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University, Japan (2017)
    • M.A. in Political Science, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University, Japan (2013)
    • MSc in Urban Planning, School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (2012)
    • BSc in Urban Planning, School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (2010)

    Appointments

    • 2017–2018, Disaster Monitoring & Analysis Officer, ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre)
    • 2016, Visiting Researcher, Center for Local and Regional Governance, National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines
    • 2015–2017, Research Associate, Asia Pacific Institute of Research (APIR), Osaka, Japan
    • 2010–2014, Research and Academic Assistant, Department of Regional and City Planning, School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

    Biographical Statement

    Mizan Bustanul Fuady Bisri (Mizan) is a JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellow at UNU-IAS. He received a PhD and MA in political science from Kobe University (Japan) as well as an MSc and BSc in urban planning from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB, Indonesia). Prior to joining UNU-IAS, he served as Disaster Monitoring and Analysis Officer at the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre). In the past he has worked for ITB, University of the Philippines, Asia Pacific Institute of Research (Japan), and served as consultant for various organizations including government agencies in Indonesia, international NGOs, and United Nations agencies (e.g. ADPC, Oxfam, GIZ, JICA, Mercy Corps, UN-ESCAP).

    His research and professional interests range from disaster management, disaster education, humanitarian studies and humanitarian operations, climate change adaptation, and urban planning. As a young scholar, Dr. Bisri has published more than 15 research papers in academic journals or book chapters, most of which are available through Researchgate. Currently, he is exploring the networked politics of the science and policy nexus on disaster management and climate change adaptation in Southeast Asian countries through social network analysis, discourse network analysis, and various fundamental political science and public administration theories.

    Dr. Bisri also possesses professional certification in emergency response and humanitarian operations, including Incident Command System (basic level, intermediate level, and Incident Action Planning specialization) and is also a certified member of the ASEAN Emergency Response and Assessment Team (ERAT) and United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC). He is also affiliated with Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) as a young scientist fellow and, in the past, was active in the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UN-MGCY), which represents youth constituents in various UN-related processes.

     

  • Articles

    • Sakurai, A., Bisri, M. B. F., Oda, T., Oktari, R. S., Murayama, Y., Nizammudin, Affan, M. (2018). Exploring Minimum Essentials for Sustainable School Disaster Preparedness: A Case of Elementary Schools in Banda Aceh City, Indonesia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction-Special Issue on Progress in Tsunami Recovery.
    • Sakurai, A., Bisri, M. B. F., Oda, T., Oktari, R. S., & Murayama, Y. (2017). Assessing school disaster preparedness by applying a comprehensive school safety framework: A case of elementary schools in Banda Aceh City. IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Science. doi:10.1088/1755-13-15/56/1/012021.
    • Sakurai, A., Bisri, M. B. F., Oda, T., Oktari, R. S., Murayama, Y., Nizammudin, Affan, M. (2017). Exploring Minimum Essentials for Sustainable School Disaster Preparedness: A Case of Elementary Schools in Banda Aceh City, Indonesia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction-Special Issue on Progress in Tsunami Recovery.
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2017. Inter-organizational network in Indonesia during disasters: Examples and research agenda on disaster management. IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Science, 56(1). doi:10.1088/1755-1315/56/1/012023.
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2016. Prospect of Inter-organizational Network Analysis to Design External Assistance in Disaster Situations, Humanitarian Operations and Sustainable Development. In UNMGCY, Youth Science Policy Interface Publication (pp. 13-19). New York: UNMGCY (United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth).
    • Bisri, M. B. F. (2016). Comparative study on inter-organizational cooperation in disaster situations and impact on humanitarian aid operations. Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 1(8), 1-14. doi:10.1186/s41018-016-0008-6
    • Bisri, M. B. F., & Beniya, S. (2016). Analyzing the National Disaster Response Framework and Inter-Organizational Network of the 2015 Nepal/Gorkha Earthquake. Procedia of Engineering, 159, 19-26. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.08.059
    • Bisri, M. B. F., Tiusonco II, T. J., Hayashi, M. 2016. Public-Private Coordination Failure and Success in Humanitarian response and Disaster Recovery: Another Report from the Typhoon Haiyan affected Area-Region VIII. The Rokkodai Ronshu, 17.
    • Tiusonco II, J., Hayashi, M., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2015, December). An Institutional Perspective on Haiyan Recovery Process: Insiders’ View from Outside. Philippine Governance Digest, 3(3), pp. 15-17.
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2013. Examining Inter-Organizational Network during Emergency Response of West Java Earthquake 2009, Indonesia. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 17, 889-898. doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2013.02.107

    Book Chapters

    • Bisri, M. B. F., & Sakurai, A. 2017. Disaster Education and School Safety Governance after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami in Indonesia: From National Policy to Local Implementation. In R. Djalante, M. Garschagen, F. Thomalla, & R. Shaw, Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues (pp. 189-212). Berlin: Springer International Publishing.
    • Bisri, M. B. F., 2017, インバウンドツーリズム:インドネシアの「新しいバリ」政策と日本の戦略の比較, in APIR, アジア太平洋と関西 関西経済白書2017 (pp. 44-49), Osaka: Asia Pacific Institute of Research (APIR) and Maruzen.
    • Bisri, M. B. F., 2017, Climate Change Adaptation and Business Resilience in the Indonesian Fisheries Sector, in APIR, Kansai and the Asia Pacific Economic Outlook 2016-2017 (pp. 179-186), Osaka: Asia Pacific Institute of Research (APIR) and Maruzen. 
    • Wijaya, N., Bisri, M. B. F., Aritenang, A. F., & Mariany, A. (2017). Spatial Planning, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Climate Change Adaptation Integration in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Approach. In R. Djalante, M. Garschagen, F. Thomalla, & R. Shaw, Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues (pp. 235-252). Berlin: Springer International.
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2016. インドネシア水産業の成長ODAからFDIへの転換. In APIR, アジア太平洋と関西―関西経済白書.
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2016. Maritime Development in Indonesia. In APIR, Kansai and the Asia Pacific Economic Outlook 2015-16. Osaka: APIR (Asia Pacific Institute of Research).
    • Sagala, S., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2011). Perencanaan Tata Ruang berbasis Kebencanaan di Indonesia (Disaster-based Spatial Planning in Indonesia). In H. Z. Anwar, & H. Harjono, Perspektif terhadap Kebencanaan dan Lingkungan di Indonesia: Studi kasus dan pengurangan dampak risikonya (pp. 153-172). Bandung: Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Sciences).

    Conference Publications

    • Bisri, M. B. F., & Sakurai, A. 2014. Foreign Residents Risk Perception and Disaster Preparedness Outreach in Kobe City. 9th Annual International Workshop and Expo on Sumatra Tsunami Disaster and Recovery (AIWEST-DR 2014) (pp. 29-40). Banda Aceh: Tsunami and Disaster Mitigation Research Center – Syiahkuala University.
    • Bisri, M. B. F., Salim, W. A., & Soeroso, D. S. 2012. Entry points in Integrating Climate Risk and Adaptation Assessment into Development Planning: Reflections from Semarang and Tarakan City. Berlin Conference on Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (pp. 1-7). Berlin: Freie Universitat Berlin.
    • Soeroso, D. S., Kombaitan, B., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2011). Mainstreaming Climate Change into National Development Planning: Lessons Learned in Combining Scientific Basis and Participatory Approaches. International Seminar on Urban and Regional Planning: Planning in the era of Global Change (pp. 532-541). Makassar: Hassanudin University and Indonesian Association of Planning School (ASPI).

    Reports

    • Hayashi, M., TiuSonco II, J., Bisri, M. B. F. (2016).「日本、フィリピン、タイにおける災害復興のあり方」 研究会報告書. Asia Pacific Institute of Research-Research Report.
    • Rahayu, H., Latief, H., Anita, J., Riawan, E., Bisri, M. B. F., & Rizka, S. (2014). Pedoman Perencanaan Jalur dan Rambu Evakuasi Tsunami (Planning Guideline on Tsunami Evacuation Route and Signage). Jakarta: BNPB (National Disaster Management Authority) and ITB (Bandung Institute of Technology).
    • Bisri, M. B. F. 2014. Choose Your Partner Correctly in Emergency Response: Partnership Innovation and Lessons Learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011, United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA). Humanitarian Research and Innovation Grant Program Final Report.
    • Soeroso, D. S., Fitriyanto, M. S., Salim, W., Bisri, M. B. F., & Guritno, C. S. (2012). Climate Risk and Adaptation Assessment using Micro-level Multi-Sectoral Approach in Tarakan City – Synthesis Report. Jakarta: Ministry of Environment, Tarakan City, GIZ and AusAid.
    • Salim, W. A., Soeroso, D. S., Fitriyanto, M. S., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2012). Guidelines for Climate Risk and Adaptation Assessment and Mainstreaming into Policy, Jakarta: Indonesian Ministry of Environment, GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit), and Australian Aid.
    • Latief, H., Sunendar, H., Ismoyo, D. O., Fitriyanto, M. S., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2012). Climate Risk and Adaptation Assessment for the Coastal Sector – Tarakan. Jakarta: Ministry of Environment.
    • Latief, H., Sunendar, H., Ismoyo, D. O., Fitriyanto, M. S., & Bisri, M. B. F. (2012). Climate Risk and Adaptation Assessment for the Coastal Sector – South Sumatra . Jakarta: Ministry of Environment.

    Thesis

    • Instrumentality of humanitarian clusters: Factors affecting inter-organizational networks during large-scale disasters and the impact on emergency response performance