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Literasi digital kaum perempuan: Interview dengan Neneng Goenadi

Ir Neneng Goenadi, MBA (Country Managing Director, Accenture Indonesia) berbincang-bincang dengan Wandira Larasati dari SDGs Center UNPAD terkait literasi digital kalangan perempuan di Indonesia.

Fishing without License: An Obstacle to 2030 Agenda

Illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing – IUU fishing for short – costs Indonesia at least 9 trillion rupiahs every year. Such was said by Mr. Zulficar Mochtar, the Head of Research and Human Resource Division, Ministry of Marine Affairs and…
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Digital Empowerment can Promote Gender Equality

Advances in digital technology can improve women’s active contribution to the global development. Women are usually responsible for unpaid works, such as child care, creating a “hidden pay gap” between them and their male counterparts. This gap is startling in…
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Provinsi NTB Sangat Siap Menghadapi Tantangan SDGs

Seperti yang kita ketahui bersama, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) bukan lah hal yang baru, karena SDGs merupakan sebuah kontinuitas dari Milenium Development Goals (MDGs). Perihal SDGs, Provinsi NTB sudah sangat siap menghadapi tantangan untuk mencapai target-target SDGs pada tahun 2030….
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Resolving Nutrition Emergency as Precondition to Inclusive Growth

Arief Anshory Yusuf Indonesia: Middle income country with poor nutrient status Comparison of some welfare indicators between Indonesia and Cambodia indicates a number of highly disturbing anomalies (Table 1). Indonesia is a country that falls under the middle income countries…
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Menyelesaikan Darurat Nutrisi Anak sebagai Prasyarat Pertumbuhan Inklusif

Arief Anshory Yusuf 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…
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The SDGs – What’s Your Baseline?

Zach Christensen. Some prominent critics have argued that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aren’t measurable. This is a problem, they say, because for goals to be meaningful, you need a baseline to understand where things are starting and at least one…
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Sustainable finance for SDGs

With the adoption in 2015 of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the world shifted onto a clear path to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, restore ecosystems, reduce poverty and inequality, strengthen governance systems,…
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Who is responsible for state-owned enterprises’ debts?

Kyunghoon Kim. In its first two years, the administration of Joko “Jokowi” Widodo pursued a state-centered development strategy and supported the expansion of state-owned enterprises (SOE) with capital injections. State capital injections into SOEs increased from Rp 3 trillion (US$222…
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Economics need insights from psychology to understand human responses to climate change

In its 2015 World Development Report, World Bank emphasized the importance of incorporating psychological, social, and cultural insights in understanding how human can respond to climate change problems. Economics has already developed a new sub-discipline that integrate psychology and economics…
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