Resounding the PHBS Movement during the COVID-19 Pandemic | By: Sri Purwatiningsih

Yogyakarta, CPPS UGM - The Clean and Healthy Behavior (Bahasa Indonesia: Perilaku Hidup Bersih dan Sehat/PHBS) movement is currently being promoted as the way to prevent society from COVID-19. The world has struggled t overcame the COVID-19 for more than half a year and WHO has even declared the COVID-19 a global pandemic since March 11, 2020. The term pandemic ...

Vulnerable Groups and COVID-19 in Indonesia: Informal Sector, Disability, and Women

Yogyakarta - Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) UGM in collaboration with The National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K) held an online seminar “Vulnerable Groups and COVID-19 in Indonesia” on Wednesday, July 27, 2020 at 9.30-12 a.m. The Indonesia Statistics Agency recorded the poverty rate as of March 2020 increased to 26.42 million people. Regarding this ...

Frenemies: Finding the Common Ground for the Polemic on Sexual Violence Eradication Bill? | By: Basilica Dyah Putranti

Yogyakarta, CPPS UGM - The statement of the National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) in 2014 about Indonesia’s emergency of sexual violence is not without a basis. As an independent state institution in upholding Indonesia’s human rights, the National Women’s Commission has an adequate database of various acts of violence experienced by women, even they noted an increase ...

Call for Paper “Population and Policy Perspectives in COVID-19 Handling”

Call for Paper "Population and Policy Perspectives in COVID-19 Handling" The Editorial Board invites researchers and authors to submit their manuscripts to be published in Populasi, December 2020 (Volume 28 No. 2, 2020). Some related themes are listed as follows: Health care services for elderly during COVID-19 pandemic. Urban workers and social protection risks in facing COVID-19 pandemic. Population mobility regarding ...

Elderly in the Era of COVID-19: Social Protection and Role of Women

Yogyakarta – Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) UGM held a web seminar (webinar) “Those who are Forgotten: Elderly and COVID-19” on Friday, 5 June 2020 at 9 -11 a.m. The elderly population in Indonesia in 2019 reached 9.60 percent or around 25.66 million people. This condition shows that Indonesia is transitioning to aging population because the percentage of ...

Area of Study