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Journal : Seminar Nasional Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang

Perlindungan Buruh Migran Indonesia di Korea Selatan di Masa Pandemi Covid-19: Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers in South Korea during the Covid-19 Pandemic Sulistiyono, Tri; Arifin, Ridwan; Wedhatami, Bayangsari; Damayanti, Ratih
Seminar Nasional Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): Seminar Nasional Jaminan Perlindungan Hak Konstitusional dan Implementasinya di
Publisher : Fakultas Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/snhunnes.v7i1.719

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The number of Indonesian migrant workers placed in South Korea in recent years has tended to increase. In 2018 there were 6,921 workers placed in South Korea in various sectors. This number increased from the previous year which only 3,719 people. The placement scheme is carried out through a Government to Government (G to G) cooperation scheme between the two countries through the National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers (BNP2TKI) and South Korea’s Employment Permit System (EPS). The study intends to examine, analyze, and explore more about the policy of placing Indonesian workers in South Korea as well as various legal protections provided by the South Korean government. This research is a collaborative research initiated through the G-to-G program by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang, and the South Korean government. This research involved the Study Center and Labor Law Clinic of the Faculty of Law of UNNES, the Center for Legal Drafting, Policy and Development at the Faculty of Law of UNNES, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Hankuk College of Law, and Law Research Institute Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. This research is empirical legal research, where the research was carried out in two countries: Indonesia and South Korea. The purposes of the research are to: (1) to investigate the effectiveness of national and international law instrument on the protection to migrant workers in South Korea, (2) to identify the specific policies on South Korea for Southeast foreign workers as well as Indonesian migrant workers, and (3) to analyze the cooperation both South Korea and Indonesia on sending migrant workers. The research will be carried out for eight months in two countries. Research in Indonesia will be focused on Jakarta (in several labor related institutions), while in South Korea it will focus on the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, the Indonesian Embassy in South Korea, the Association of Indonesian Workers in South Korea, the South Korean Student Association of Indonesia (Perpika), and Human Resources Development Service of Korea.
Ketahanan Pangan Bagi Anak di Masa Pandemi Covid-19: Sebuah Hak Fundamental (Perbandingan Indonesia-Malaysia): Food Security for Children during the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Fundamental Right (Comparison of Indonesia-Malaysia) Rodiyah, Rodiyah; Utari, Indah Sri; Arifin, Ridwan; Waspiah, Waspiah; Damayanti, Ratih
Seminar Nasional Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): Seminar Nasional Jaminan Perlindungan Hak Konstitusional dan Implementasinya di
Publisher : Fakultas Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/snhunnes.v7i1.720

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Food insecurity among children poses a significant threat to the healthy development of children around the world such as stunted growth, poor cognitive development, stress, illnesses, and many other negative repercussions which further leads to socio-emotional and behavioural consequences. A new study released by UNICEF reveals higher levels of poverty and malnutrition among children living in low-cost housing in Kuala Lumpur, compared to the national average, as well as in some cities in Indonesia. If children from the urban poor suffer from food insecurity, what more the children living in the rural areas who may suffer the same. Which is why Sen’s Entitlement theory attributes food insecurity to poverty which prevents affordability and accessibility to food. Political and other tangible interventions should be undertaken to address food insecurity not only to promote healthy development of children in Indonesia and Malaysia but also to assure sustainability of food security as a precautionary approach. A starting point to ensure food security among children should be the school where children spend most of their time in a day.