ANTARA-Priyadi Santosa, Deputy Secretary for Improving Family Participation in Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, said women’s empowerment and child protection must be instilled in the family.
“The point is that the development of women’s empowerment and child protection must be more effective. We need to plant women in our families,” he accessed, “empowered by welcoming Golden Indonesia.” Creating a resilient Indonesian family ”said in a webinar. Wednesday from here.
This is important. Because, despite the fact that the law emphasizes that all citizens have the right to a decent life, in fact, to date, women’s position still lags behind men in this regard. He said that children’s rights are still ignored. ..
Therefore, it is important to develop in consideration of gender mainstreaming. “This should be a concern,” he said.
The Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection continues to encourage the enhancement of family quality through the implementation of local government policies in accordance with the law.
“The family we want to create is a quality family, one that is gender sensitive and pays attention to children’s rights,” he said.
The Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection has compiled family quality indicators to measure family quality.
According to Santosa, the index uses 29 indicators from five dimensions to measure family quality.
He added that the index can only be measured nationally and locally, as not all districts and cities have valid data.
In order to carry out quality development of gender-responsive families, it is the concept of family resilience regulated by the 2013 Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Ministerial Regulation No. 6 on Family Development, which consists of five components of resilience. Points to.
The five elements of resilience are the legal foundations of marriage, family integrity, family gender partnership, physical resilience, financial resilience, socio-psychological resilience, and socio-cultural resilience.
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