4 edition of Development planning for women in the Indonesian transmigration program found in the catalog.
Development planning for women in the Indonesian transmigration program
by Monash Development Studies Centre, Monash University in Clayton, Australia
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 176-207).
|Series||Monograph / Monash Development Studies Centre, Monash University ;, no. 3, Monograph (Monash Development Studies Centre) ;, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Monash Development Studies Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.I5 D39 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||95160952|
3 A recent estimate shows that the official Indonesian transmigration program has moved, allowing for natural increase, , people between and See Gavin W. Jones, "Recent Development and the Transmigration Programme" in Robert J. Pryor, ed., Migration and Development in South East Asia: A Demographic Perspective (forthcoming). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Monash Asia Institute books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Development Planning for Women in the Indonesian Transmigration Program. Gaynor Dawson. 01 Jan Paperback. unavailable.
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This paper discusses the case of the Indonesian transmigration scheme. Planning in this program, whether it is within the women's section or the mainstream planning bureaucracy, is still based on orthodox economic and statistical concepts which devalue women's economic contribution and anchor them firmly in the domestic by: 3.
Get this from a library. Development planning for women in the Indonesian transmigration program. [Gaynor Dawson; Monash Development Studies Centre.]. In this view, women are seen as agents of change rather than as passive targets of development intervention.
ENDNOTES 1. For the full report of this study see Dawson, Gaynor, (). Development Planning for Women in the Indonesian Transmigration Program. Monograph No. Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Development Studies Centre. by: 3. Abstract. Since the s there has been concern expressed about the consequences for Third World women of economic development programs.
This thesis considers the implications for women of policy and planning in the transmigration program, a resettlement scheme which has been an important element of the Indonesian government's development by: 3. Development planning for women.
The case of the Indonesian transmigration program. By G. Dawson. Abstract. In the s, evidence of the detrimental effects of many development schemes on women and the conclusion that this was linked to their neglect in policy and planning led to efforts to ensure that women were included in development.
The Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions, and Transmigration(Kemendesa)(Indonesian: Kementerian Desa, Pembangunan Daerah Tertinggal, dan Transmigrasi Indonesia) has the task of assisting the President in regards to developing the rural and disadvantages areas in h its community development, is would help to speed up the development.
The new concept of transmigration is stipulated in the Medium-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN), which will develop 52 transmigration sites into new cities. Dawson, Gaynor. Development planning for women: The case of the Indonesian transmigration pro-gram.
Womens Studies International Forum, 17. City women, country women: crossing the boundaries / edited by Jocelynne A. Scutt; The role of growth centers in migration of women: destination choices of female migrants in Thailand / Development planning for women in the Indonesian transmigration program / Gaynor Dawson.
In addition to well-documented negative effects (e.g., environmental degradation and ethnic conflict) Indonesia's central government programs of transmigration and industrial forest management subvert indigenous rights (even if unintentionally) through appropriation of forested land and migrant subsidies.
Although central control can be an effective strategy for resource management, Indonesia. Last week we witnessed 14 Indonesian female soldiers receiving awards from the Lebanese government for their support given to a UN Peacekeeping mission. These women are part of more t Indonesian soldiers deployed to UNIFIL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon).
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Dostaler, G., D. Ethier and L. Lepage: Gunnar M y r h l and his. The plan of the central Indonesian Government at this time to restart the transmigration program to Papua, is a matter of great concern. Not only for Papuans themselves, but it should also be of great concern for others as in every location where Papuans are being increasingly pushed out to the margins there is a growing risk of conflict at.
Because of the importance of the Indonesian government's transmigration program for rural development in North Sulawesi, specific emphasis is placed on the comparison between the experiences of transmigrant villages and indigenous non-migrant villages in.
In development policy, "transmigration" program - engaged in a large number of landless farmers from Java to other parts of the country – has been said as fanning ethnic conflict.
[iv] In after economic crises hit Asian countries President Soeharto fell from power, starting a decade of transitional politics marked by riots. Regional Physical Planning Programme for Transmigration (RePPProT) Shelfmark: D N 62,2. Subject (geographic) Kalimantan (general region) Note: Belongs to: 'Laporan tinjuan hasil studi tahap 1: Kalimantan' / Regional Physical Planning Programme for Transmigration (RePPProT).
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As a large archipelagic state, movement of people across the country, historically, has always an important dimension of social formation in.Luwu and Transmigration.
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