Volunteer and Research


  1. Students submit a formal request for an intern from the University or other institutions (including a cover letter) equipped with the internship work plan proposal addressed to the Director of Rifka Annisa not later than 1 (one) month before the internship begins.
  2. Proposals submitted must include:
    a.    The purpose of the internship
    b.    The potential for positive outcomes for students, universities, and organisations
    c.    Plans for activities to be performed including timeframes and outputs
    d.    The design of instruments for measurement, research or other purposes
  3. Human Resources Division will coordinate with the relevant divisions in the destination in order to determine an appropriate supervisor (SPV) for the intern.
  4. Each trainee will have a supervisor in their division whose position as such will be determined through mutual agreement. A supervisor’s tasks consists of:
    a. Assisting interns to perform tasks and achieve apprenticeship goals in accordance with the mutual agreement.
    b. Reviewing trainees at the end of each week and at the conclusion of the internship in conjunction with HR.
    c. Adding value to the role, together with HR and Managers (if any assessment of the University)
  5. Students must fill out an Internship Application Form accompanied by a photocopy of their ID card, visa if applicable, and passport photo 3 x 4, 1 (one) sheet on the first day of the internship.
  6. HR and designated divisions will hold orientation sessions for internship students for 1 (one) day.
  7. Future students must adhere to processes in accordance with the plans that have been agreed to between the student and the Division concerned and working procedures applicable in the relevant Division.
  8. Student interns are required to report activities that have been carried out for 1 (one) week to the SPV, Division Manager and HR.
  9. Students must consult materials and report to the SPV, Division Manager, or HR.
  10. Students are required to submit a report within a four-week period following the completion of the internship.
  11. The duration of the internship is minimum 2 months, excepting those cases in which consideration may be made for special circumstances.
  12. An Internship Certificate will be issued upon request, following the trainee’s submission of her/his report to Rifka Annisa.
  13. Student interns must follow the rules applicable within Rifka Annisa and must uphold professional ethics.
  14. Rifka Annisa reserves the right to limit the number of apprentices related to the effectiveness and workload of each Division.



Rifka Annisa will assist research conducted by both students and the general public through the Division of Research and Training Centre (RTC) in the furtherance of knowledge itself.  The results expected by Rifka Annisa are that at minimum researchers will be able to share their results, which will be placed in the library and accessible to all who enquire, or if the theme is synergistic with what is being raised by Rifka Annisa or considered unique and interesting, researchers could be invited to present and discuss their research in an internal discussion forum at Rifka Annisa.

  • The prerequisites that must be met by the researchers to be able to conduct research at Rifka Annisa are as follows:
    1. Submission of a research proposal.
    2. Completion of a research application form (from Rifka Annisa).
    3. Research costs of Rp. 120.000 for
    4. A letter from their institution / college.
    5. S1 category students, and Rp. 150.000 for S2 category students will be made payable, in addition to fees for institutions / public which will be refunded after the final results of the study have been submitted to the Rifka Annisa to cut administrative costs for Rifka Annisa.
  • If necessary, Rifka Annisa will provide data of its cases, the agency profile, resources to be made available through the Rifka Annisa library, and interviews with our staff and clients.
  • Interviews with clients (victims and perpetrators) will be coordinated in advance with the relevant counsellor to establish if interviews can be conducted directly or via counsellor.  If after the consideration of researchers the client is able to attend a face-to-face interview, the counselor will conduct a briefing beforehand in addition to providing assistance throughout the interview process.  These steps are taken to avoid putting the client in uncomfortable circumstances and thus aim to prevent further adverse psychological harm or relapse.
  • In the case of face-to-face interviews with clients, due to additional commitments for staff, clients are asked to visit the Rifka Annisa office, and the investigator to provide compensation for the client in the form of transport money to be given directly to the client after completion of the interview in the amount of Rp. 75.000 if the client is close to the Rifka Annisa office and Rp. 100.000 if the client is far.  This does not apply to interviews with staff at Rifka Annisa.
  • Researchers are expected to collect research results in hard copy and will be reimbursed following part-completion of the research.  Rifka Annisa are able to provide certificates to demonstrate that research is being undertaken, in addition to other paperwork that may be required. Thank you.
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