Saturday, August 24, 2019

Perspectives

Perspectives features summaries of findings from the center's research; view and opinion contributed by our staff and associates, as well as reposts of trending articles from other institutions. It aims to reach non-academic audience in Indonesia and beyond including policy makers, journalists, and public at large. The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in articles featured here are entirely those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of SDGs Center Unpad.

Are fishermen happier than others?

Fishing, despite the dangers, affords a higher satisfaction bonus than other similar occupations, argue authors. Imagine you are out on the open sea. You feel the challenge of the adventure ahead of you....

Kemandirian Ekonomi Itu Nyata Bagi Masyarakat Adat

Sagu dan ubi menyumbang 90 persen kebutuhan pangan mereka, karena itu mereka tak mau hutan mereka menjadi kebun sawit. Permenas Pa menggambarkan betapa kuatnya orang Moi. Noken yang berisi barang bawaan atau anak ditaruh di...

Malaumkarta: Sepotong Surga dari Tanah Papua

Masyarakat adat dapat mandiri jika diakui dan diberikan akses legal mengelola SDA Sehabis makan di rumah Kepala Kampung Malaumkarta saya kembali ke pantai. Beberapa orang dari Dinas PU terlihat melakukan survei di pantai Malaumkarta...

Menjaga Hutan Papua dari Keserakahan Manusia

Untuk pemenuhan kebutuhan sehari-hari dari laut, menurut Direktur Eksekutif Pusat Studi Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan Universitas Padjadjaran Bandung Dr Zuzy Anna, nilai pemanfaatan ikan mencapai Rp 3,894 miliar per tahun. Terbagi Rp 3,421 miliar oleh nelayan penuh dan...

Moi Kelim Saves Millions of Dollars by Keeping Forests

Moi Kelim tribe member Adolfina Sapisa has lived all her life in Malaumkarta village, Sorong Regency, West Papua, and has spent most of it fishing, farming, as well as gathering sago and others plans from the surrounding forests.

Nilai Sumber Daya Alam Masyarakat Adat Melebihi Nilai Perekonomian Daerah

Nilai sumber daya alam masyarakat adat suku Moi Kelim di Kampung Malaumkarta di Sorong melebihi nilai perekonomian daerah tersebut. Hal ini harus menjadi dasar dalam perencanaan pembangunan. Perencanaan pembangunan...

Education the Only Goal on Track in Asia-Pacific

The year 2019 will be a landmark one for the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Four years will have passed since world leaders adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), four years since governments recommitted themselves...

Asia-Pacific Takes Stock of Ambitious Development Targets

Ministers and senior policymakers across Asia and the Pacific are gathered in Bangkok this week to focus on population dynamics at a crucial time for the region. Their goal: to keep people and rights at the heart...

The Growth Obsession

Thirteen economists, including a Nobel laureate and four formerchief economists of the World Bank, put forward the so-called Stockholm Statement of development principles in 2016. Topping the list of eight key principles is a warning that economic growth is not...

Solving Land Problems for Sake of Indigenous Peoples

Land issues can never be separated from indigenous peoples. Various pressures and deprivation of rights of customary land continue to occur along with development of forest areas for practical economic purposes, both by the government and private sector. Current...