Journal of Community Services and Engagement
Volume 1, No.1, December 2018

Value Transformation in Fulfillment of Children Rights Through Child-Friendly Village

Kusumawardani, Erma (Unknown)
Prasetyo, Iis (Unknown)

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Publish Date
04 Feb 2019


Childhood is a special phase concerning both in the process of physical growth and soul. Children are not only the responsibility of the parents but the state for the fulfillment of rights. Thus, the fulfillment of children's rights becomes an interesting issue. To give a meaning of natural condition in place of research, this research used a qualitative approach with phenomenology research type.  This research concern on nonformal education for children. Child-friendly village as an effort to realize the city worthy of children is one of the solutions in fulfilling the rights of the children. As a result, the transformation of values from the fulfillment of children's rights increasingly improved through a child-friendly village. The transformation of values includes transformation from adults to children, from groups to individuals, and from individuals to individuals involved in activities. Transformed values include discipline, courage, confidence, mutual respect, and cooperation. 

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The aim of this journal publication is to disseminate the conceptual thoughts or ideas and research results that have been achieved in the area of community services and ...