Thursday, March 21, 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.

SDG Indicators: Serious Gaps Abound in Data Availability

Casey Dunning and Jared Kalow. The world has collectively endorsed the goals, targets, and indicators that make up the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and we are already 126 days into implementation. You’d think it would be time to get down to business,...

SDGs Implementation of SEA Nations: WIEF Interview with Professor Armida Alisjahbana

Professor Armida Alisjahbana, the director of SDGs Center UNPAD, was interviewed by World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) Foundation about SDGs Implementation of South East Asian Nations (SEA) nations on 5 October 2017 in Jakarta, when WIEF Roundtable 2017 was held. She discussed...

Percepatan Pencapaian SDGs: Belajar dari Provinsi NTB

Sudah lebih dari satu tahun pencanangan Komitmen Global untuk Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan atau Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), namun belum ada informasi tentang bagaimana pencapaian SDGs di Indonesia ataupun daerah-daerah di Indonesia selama dua tahun terakhir ini. Gambaran akan prospek pencapaian...

Menyelesaikan Darurat Nutrisi Anak sebagai Prasyarat Pertumbuhan Inklusif

Indonesia: Negara berpendapatan menengah dengan status gizi rendah Membandingkan beberapa indikator kesejahteraan antara Indonesia dan Kamboja memunculkan beberapa anomali yang cukup menganggu (Tabel 1). Indonesia adalah negara yang termasuk kelompok pendapatan menengah berdasarkan standar Bank Dunia (middle-income countries), sementara Kamboja...

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...

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...

Provinsi Paling Timpang

SENIN, 18 September 2015, BPS mengumumkan angka ketimpangan terbaru. Disebutkan bahwa, tingkat ketimpangan di Indonesia mengalami penurunan pada September 2015 dibandingkan dengan 6 bulan sebelumnya Maret 2015. Tingkat ketimpangan tersebut diukur dengan indikator yang disebut rasio gini yang nilainya...

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...

Pilkada & SDGs

Semarak menghadapi salah satu pesta demokrasi prosedural, Pilkada Serentak 2018, tengah gencar diperankan oleh berbagai pihak.  Berbagai strategi dilakukan oleh partai induk semangnya demi meraih pemenangan suara di daerahnya masing-masing. Jawa Barat jelas menjadi arena sangat signifikan bagi para pelaku...

Can the SDGs be achieved by 2030?

Chris Hoy. On September 2015, world leaders agreed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that will replace the Millennium Development Goals(MDGs) and shape the next 15 years of international development. The goals are very ambitious, aiming to end poverty, improve human rights and...