Dr. Diajeng Wulan Christianti, SH., LL.M.


Diajeng Wulan Christianti joined International Law Department at Faculty of Law Universitas Padjadjaran (UNPAD) since 2004 as an intern lecturer. Before joining International Law Department UNPAD, she worked at International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Jakarta Delegation, having commenced there from 2002 to 2004 and serving as an assistant legal advisor.  She also worked as a researcher in several Human Rights NGOs in Indonesia since 2002.  In 2006, She became a permanent lecturer in International Law Department and has been teaching Public International Law, International Settlement of Dispute Law, International Humanitarian Law (IHL), Human Rights Law (HRL), International Criminal Law (ICL) and Treaty Law. She received her law degree at Faculty of Law UNPAD in 2002 and Master Advanced Study (LL.M) in IHL and HRL from University of Geneva in 2009. She recently obtained her doctoral degree at Faculty of Law UNPAD. In 2015, she commenced the position as Secretary in International Law Association (ILA) Indonesian Branch.

Her areas of expertise are Public International Law, International Humanitarian Law,  International Human Rights law and International Criminal Law. She wrote a minor thesis on Command Responsibility for Gross Violations of Human Rights and Its Implementation in Indonesia. Her thesis was concerning Corporate Criminal Responsibility for International Crimes and the topic of her dissertation was Erga Omnes Obligations to Combat Impunity for International Crimes. She has co-authored one public examination on “Mock Trial : Public Examination on Judgment of Indonesian Human Rights Court on Abepura Case” and one guidelines book for Indonesian Supreme Court Judges on “Element of Crimes of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity”.  She also has published several articles since 2010 namely “Interrelations between Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law according to Separation Wall Case (ICJ Advisory Opinion 2004)”, “ICC’s Jurisdiction Towards Non-State Parties and Its Implication for Indonesia”, “Why We Need Erga Omnes Obligation to Combat Impunty” and “The “Modern” Concept of Erga Omnes to Establish the Obligation of Impunity Eradication: Towards the Primacy Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court”.



Pengadilan pura-pura: eksaminasi publik atas putusan pengadilan HAM kasus Abepura


Interrelation Between Human Rights and Intenational Humanitarian Law According to Separation Wall Case


Yurisdiksi International Criminal Court (ICC) terhadap Warga Negara Non-Pihak Statuta Roma dan Dampaknya bagi Indonesia


Analisa Kejahatan Penyelundupan Manusia Berdasarkan Smuggling of Migrants Protocol Ditinjau dari Perspektif Perlindungan Pencari Suaka: Studi Kasus Pengungsi Rohingnya


Why We Need Erga Omnes Character for Obligations to Combat Impunity for International Crimes?


The “Modern” Concept of Erga Omnes to Establish the Obligation of Impunity Eradication: Towards the Primacy Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court


The Binding Force of The Nuclear Disarmament Obligation Upon North Korea and Its Legal Implication Under International Law