Respon Pemerintah Indonesia dalam Memenuhi Hak Penyandang Disabilitas Selama Pandemi Covid-19

Penyandang disabilitas termasuk salah satu kelompok rentan yang paling terdampak Covid-19. Dampak tersebut terlihat dalam banyak aspek, mulai dari ekonomi, kesehatan, hingga pendidikan. Pandemi memperparah keadaan penyandang disabilitas yang memang kesulitan meskipun di masa sebelum pandemi. Dalam usaha menanggulangi kesulitan di masa pandemi pun kebijakan-kebijakan struktural dan praktiknya masih belum terkategori inklusif bagi penyandang disabilitas.

KSI4RDI WEBINAR: Why is a GESI (Gender Equality and Social Inclusion) approach important in research?

The discussion was highly productive and raised important issues concerning inclusion. One attendee discussed how gender and disability can intersect to cause women with disabilities to be further marginalised than their male counterparts and how both gender-based data on disability and gender-based funding could help mitigate this.

KSIxChange Discussion #26: Urgency of support systems in the implementation of socio-economic policies for people with disabilities in the pandemic era of Covid-19

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On Thursday 30 July, KSIxChange hosted an online discussion on the topic: ‘Urgency of support systems in the implementation of socio-economic policies for people with disabilities in the pandemic era of Covid-19.’ The forum brought together leaders and advocates working in the disability sector in various regions of Indonesia as well as Tricia Malowney OAM, National Disability…

Pendidikan Inklusif Pascapandemi: Apa yang harus pemerintah lakukan?

https://youtu.be/Bii66cSTee8 Dengan perubahan pola belajar dan kesulitan ekonomi yang diakibatkan oleh pandemi, semakin banyak anak dan orang dewasa yang harus berhenti sekolah; faktor nutrisi, faktor kesediaan dukungan logistik dan infrastruktur yang disediakan negara; semua berpotensi mengganggu, menghambat, bahkan menghentikan proses belajar siswa. Bagaimana dengan penyandang disabilitas?Apa yang harus dilakukan pemerintah?

Mental Illness and Psychosocial Disabilities in Indonesia

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A quick glance at the state of Indonesia’s mental health care system indicates that there is much room for improvement. There are approximately 1,000 psychiatrists for over 270 million people. The number of clinical psychologists (around 2,000, mostly in private practice), community mental health nurses (around 7,000), and other mental health personnel is limited—clearly insufficient to meet the mental health needs of the country.

Akomodasi yang Layak bagi Siswa dengan Disabilitas di Masa Pandemi: Pengalaman Mengajar Guru Belajar dari Rumah

Salah satu bentuk respon pemerintah Indonesia terhadap dampak wabah Coronavirus (Covid-19) terhadap dunia pendidikan adalah dengan mengeluarkan kebijakan pembelajaran jarak jauh. Kebijakan yang dikeluarkan oleh Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan ini seiring dengan ditutupnya sekolah-sekolah dan institusi pendidikan lainnya untuk mencegah menyebaran Coronavirus di Indonesia. Terkait pendidikan bagi anak berkebutuhan khusus (ABK), Provinsi Jawa Timur menduduki…

Can the Covid-19 pandemic boost inclusive education?

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Not long after the new government regulation was introduced, schools and universities were closed to contain the spread of Covid-19. On 24 March, Minister of Education and Culture Nadiem Makarim advising governors and mayors that schools should deliver education remotely, through home learning. The decision acknowledges the challenges educators and students face when studying at home and emphasises the need for teachers to pay attention to the different needs and situations of their students.