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CPPS UGM Encourages the Government to Strengthen Adaptive Social Protection Policy in Indonesia

To support the government in developing the PSA policy in Indonesia, the Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) Universitas Gadjah Mada…

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Book Review and Discussion “From Colonization to Nation State – The Political Demography of Indonesia”

Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) UGM held a book review and discussion titled “From Colonization to Nation State – The…

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on Encouraging Affirmative Policies to Accelerate Regional Economic Development in Underdeveloped Regencies

CPPS UGM – Center for Population and Policy Studies (CPPS) UGM held a Training on Acceleration Studies in Underdeveloped Regions on 3-5…

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The Role of Family in Children’s IQ Development and Marital Preference in Iran and Japan

“Besides father and mother in a nuclear family, the extended family such as grandparents, apparently also plays an important role in increasing…

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Sexual Assault: Marrying Victim with Perpetrator Means Trapping the Victim in Lifelong Violence

Novi Widyaningrum, a researcher and gender observer at the CPPS UGM, strongly criticized the discourse of the perpetrator to marry the victim.…

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

The Indonesia Statistics Agency recorded the poverty rate as of March 2020 increased to 26.42 million people. Regarding this position, the percentage…

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

The elderly population in Indonesia in 2019 reached 9.60 percent or around 25.66 million people. This condition shows that Indonesia is transitioning…

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Scrutinizing Physical Distancing Policy of COVID-19

Even though the current situation (physical distancing) forces the community to be physically distant, the community should also not be emotionally distant…

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Supporting Food Security in the Era of COVID-19, CPPS UGM Makes Urban Farming

To support food self-sufficiency in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic, urban communities can utilize urban farming models, such as optimizing land or…

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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Population and Policy Perspective

“Those who are not poor are close to the poverty line. It means that if there is a crisis, it makes those…

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