ICSC UGM 2018: Population and Social Policy in a Disrupted World

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & SUMMER COURSE 2018 “POPULATION AND SOCIAL POLICY IN A DISRUPTED WORLD” Cooperation with Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) Universitas Gadjah Mada, Master and Doctoral Program of Policy Study (MDSK) Universitas Gadjah Mada, and PT. Bank Mayapada Internasional, Tbk.   Yogyakarta, PSKK UGM – Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) proudly holds International Conference “Population and Social Policy ...

Do Not Be a Hater, Give a Solution | Media Indonesia

Media Indonesia – Politics does not have to be an allergy trigger. Michael Victor Sianipar is now busy encouraging people whose integrity and concern for Indonesia not to just talk, but to contribute by going into the system. To plunge into the world of politics should be the trend of the present. Those who are prepared to be leaders must definitely ...

Sustainable Philanthropy Becoming the Way to Philanthropize Today | CSR Magazine

Jakarta – Majalahcsr. The philanthropic potential is enormous for directing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to become something longer by working with others in an area. Philanthropic activities with community empowerment will significantly contribute to poverty reduction and improvement of living standards. Without any community empowerment, philanthropic activities are not helping the poor out of poverty, but rather preserving poverty. If ...

ICSC 2018: Social Protection Scheme for Population Issues is Still Limited

Yogyakarta, CPPS UGM – In some developing countries family planning program is still encouraged to regulate the fertility rate of the population. While in some other countries, where the program is quite successful, the population growth rate can be reduced thus this encourages changes in population structure. Currently the population structure is dominated by the elderly population. The increasing number ...

Encouraging 5K Synergy in Dealing with Social Change in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta, PSKK UGM – The number of poor people in the Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY) was still the highest in Java, although the trend was declining and slow. Another no-less-complicated issue was the inequality number of Yogyakarta which was the highest in Indonesia. Regardless of the criticism of the definitions, parameters, and indicators in measuring poverty, the issue needed ...

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