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International Conferences SDGs 2030 Challenges and Solutions
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Following the end of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015 with 8 goals, United Nation (UN) develops the sustainability of the world's goals through Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 17 goals. As well as other countries in the world, the Indonesian government is also working towards achieving these objectives in the government, business and civil society sectors to co-operate with the UN and the Indonesian government started mobilizing to achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda by 2030. Universal, inclusive and indivisible, the Agenda calls for action by all countries to improve the lives of people everywhere. Graduate School of University of Merdeka Malang as an educational institution takes a role in a small part in the academic field by conducting scientific discussions from scholars and practitioners in a conference forum. This activity adopted Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and 17 Goals for Sustainable Development. The ultimate goal of this conference is to answer the needs and thinking of the people in Indonesia and international people to achieve sustainable living and also to know more about the efforts of the UN and its partners to build a better world without being left behind. The conference, entitled "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 2030: CHALLENGES AND ITS SOLUTIONS" is expected to be gathered by field ideas and practices on the implementation of SDGs in the world. A collection of articles will greatly assist the Indonesian government in particular and other countries in the world in providing alternative solutions and challenges for sustainability in the future.
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EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION Sustainable Development Goals 2030: Challenges and Its Solutions Diana Zuhroh; Dina Poerwoningsih; Pindo Tutuko; Sari Yuniarti
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According to United Nations Development Programme, the SustainableDevelopment Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are auniversal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that allpeople enjoy peace and prosperity. The goals listed in Sustainable DevelopmentGoals 2030 (SDGs) are an action plan for people, the planet and prosperity. It alsoseeks to strengthen universal peace in greater freedom. We are all aware thateradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty,is the greatest global challenge and the indispensable requirement for sustainabledevelopment (Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for SustainableDevelopment). Under the agenda, all countries and all stakeholders, acting incollaborative partnerships, will implement the plan. On the agenda it wasdecided to free humanity from the tyranny of poverty and desire and to heal andsecure our planet. Furthermore, 17 Goals of SDGs seek to build the MillenniumDevelopment Goals and resolve what is not achieved, which is to achieve allhuman rights and to achieve gender equality and empowerment of all womenand girls. It should be integrated and inseparable and balancing the threedimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental.
Finance and Technology: Challenges and Solutions Milind Sathye
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The theme of the conference is the challenges to achieving the sustainabledevelopment goals and the possible solutions thereto. The Asian DevelopmentBank1 lists the 17 sustainable development goals and progress there under intheir report titled the Asia Pacific Sustainable Development Goals Outlook releasedrecently. The last of these goals, SDG 17 refers to finance, technology and trade.I will focus on the challenges in achieving this goal and possible solutions theretobased on my experience as a development banker for nearly two decades. Beforebecoming a banking and finance academic in Australia, I worked for nearly 20years in the Reserve Bank of India and its outfit the National Bank for Agricultureand Rural Development (NABARD). As an academic, the focus of my research ismicro finance and the use of financial technology. I will draw up on the studiesconducted by me.
Quadruple Helix Model in Inspiring the Development of Telematics Creative Industries Community-Based (The Study of Phenomenology on Industrial Startup in Malang) Adi, Dodot Sapto
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The results of research on the model of the quadruple helix in creative industry development inspire the telematics on 2016-2017 in Malang, development is the study sponsored by the Department of Industry and Trade of the East Java province, focused over the planning evaluation of Supporting Facilities Planning Unit of Information Technology Technical Services (2016). This research is based on the phenomenon of the movement on creative industries telematics in Malang. The initial debate carried by the Ministry of Commerce of Republic Indonesia on 2008, by applying the synergi of triple helix involving Government-Academia-Business. After their processes towards in decade, change the paradigm become quadruple helix, by positioning the creative industries community telematics as the main agent. The community has a strong social capital, since it has a free position of structural dependence of any party. Problems of social change becomes their urgency, by revealing the existence of the creative community telematics, based on their ability to contribute to prevent social insecurity due to the increasingly competitive job opportunities as well as trying. This research using interpretive phenomenology based on subjective approach. Main activities conducting in-depth interviews and observations at 13 main informant. All of them are in 5 (five) a network of community-based industries, and serves as the foundation of the Agency the Creative Information Technology, East Java (JITC) Malang. As for the focus of the research on the view of the world, the efforts of the Association, the pattern of relationship and communication. Qualitative analysis of interactive used achieve efficiency through discussion in focused, while applying the validity through triangulation. The result of this research described as follows: (1) telematics creative community has strong commitment to control the sustainability of industrial telematics; (2) community was proved to be able to improve the innovation performance; and (3) established a new community through relationships and the intensity of the communication is done by involving financial institutions, distributors, employers' association, marketing and recruiting the new entrepreneur through internship programs.
Personal Factors on The Behavior of Interactionist Traders in a Traditional Market Environment and Semi Modern (Ethnographic Study on the market in Malang Regency) Saudah, Saudah
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This dissertation research that has been done, obtained financial support from the Ministry of DP3M Ministry of Technology Research and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia in year 2017. The results of this interactionist behavior of traders research, was to respond to the insufficiency of structured studies of market status changes from traditional status toward semi-modern. The reality of increasing status of the perpetually growing market is solely determined by the physical facilities and the quantity number of the commodity. This view has been deteriorated by market participants themselves, because in fact it is not just a commodity transaction markets with all the facilities, but positioning market institutions that offer new norms. Put in depth about the market culture, the more it is revealed the important role of the traders lead as the actor that drives the changes in the social structure of the market. Even the trader’s personal factors are contributing in shaping new identity with its own characteristics. Using ethnographic studies as well as the participatory approach of the semi-participative survey, then during the process of the research it is easy to expose the data of 16 informants, and systematically follow the movement in four (4) of the trade network of the vegetables. The snowball technique surely supports the application of qualitative interactive analysis, so that the verification of the analysis results can be directly discussed. Results of the study can be described as follows: (1) personal factors that encourage the growth of the trade’s interactionist behavior which is dominated by the closeness, openness, and commitment; (2) the concept of self-traders represent its position as regulator of the commodity chain supply; (3) the presentation of self-traders reflected on the assertive style in building relationships with other merchants; (4) the communication behavior using symbols of the cultural context of the low and the high context on constant basis; (5) the communication pattern occurs in a similar structured conventional on commodities traders; and (6) mobile media is used to interact with the other traders outside the market.
Giving of Media Modules Reviewed from Personal Hygiene Against Capitis Pediculose Incidence in Islamic Boarding School of Al-Fattahiyyah Tulungagung Prima Dewi; Ikko Ambar Noviana
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Capitis Pediculose is one of the health problems that cause interference in the child's hair resulting in decreased learning achievement. Students who have Capitis Pediculose one cause is lack of personal hygiene. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of media module on the occurrence of Capitis Pediculose. Pre-experimental research design is with posttest only. Sampling technique with Total Sampling got sample of 53 respondents. Independent variable of module media, dependent variable of Capitis Pediculose incidence, data collected by observation, analysis with Binomial Test with α = 0,05. The results showed most respondents who experience Capitis Pediculose after given media module in the category did not happen that is 40 respondents (75.47%). The result of data analysis with Binomial Test shows that the significance level = 0,000 α = 0.05 H0 is rejected which means there is influence of module media to the occurrence of Capitis Pediculose in the Islamic Boarding School of Al-Fattahiyyah Tulungagung. Suggestion for cottage girls is to make efforts to eradicate or prevent Capitis Pediculose.
The Improvement of Education Quality Yossita Wisman; M. Yahya Miskat A.; Putu Sugiantiningsih
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Educational management in strategic, managerial, and operational level determines the quality of education. One important aspect of education management is the issue of educational leadership. Educational leadership, educator standards and education personnel are directly proportional to the quality of education. In other words, the quality of good education is determined by the good leadership of education, well educational leadership will be decisive for the realization of educator standards and education personnel. Effective educational leadership is predicted to be able to support the efforts to realize the standards of educators and educational personnel, which then certainly will also support the efforts to improve the quality of education.The commitment of the parties who involved in educational leadership in order to realize the standards of educators and educational personnel into a necessity.
Multiplatform Visual Novel for Culture Education in a Part of Using ICT for Developing a Lifelong Learning Moechammad Sarosa; Zamah Sari; Suhari Suhari; Hilmy Bahy Hakim
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Over the past decade, ICT (Information Communication Technology) have enabled changes in the way people live, work, interact and acquire knowledge. In Indonesia, the progress of using ICT for education and training has growing rapidly, it called E-learning. However, until this time, they still have limitations in a term of system, platform, and usage. E-learning system that we are using until now, one of these, they are usually only available in web-based system take a small part of supporting the whole basic education such as Science and IT only. Teaching social and culture is very important especially when the students still at elementary school. There is a good point for developing software that could teach these students about Indonesia’s social and culture that can be accessed whenever and wherever they are available. Therefore we create the application in a form of visual novel that can be used in multiple platforms. Here, we will present the Visual Novel that used for moral education, there will be a story about honesty, be grateful, helping each other etc.
BUILDING SYSTEM OF PERSONNEL MOVEMENT USING GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) DESIGN Anwar Saryanto; Aries Boedi Setiawan; Suherman Suherman; Yusuf Novrianto
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Supervision process is an important phase performed by a leader in implementing activities so that the activities can run accordingly to the plan. The implementation of task done by Military personnel need supervision continuously by a leader. The development of advanced technology of electronics and communications in equipment and weapons and implementing navigation system using satellites. By designing a supervisory system to monitor personnel movements using Global Positioning System (GPS) will facilitate leaders to supervise personnel. GPS as a data receiver from satellites in the form of latitude, longitude of position coordinates. Wavecom modem as a data receiver from GPS Module. Delphi 7 Program will process data, then will display Google Maps showing position of the personnel, coordinates, and time of place movement done by the personnel. The network of GSM is needed as a data sender media. Coordinate data displayed in Google Maps in real time corresponds to the personnel position coordinate in reality.
Design of Room Lighting Electric Power Savings Using PIR Sensor Kokaa, Arnoldus V.; Setiawan, Aries Boedi; Aditya, Mochammad Viky; Bayhaky, Bayhaky
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The current lighting system is one of the big electricity usage. With the lights, human activities can last 24 hours non-stop. The higher the intensity of activities that require lighting, the energy used is also getting higher and higher. For that we need to try to save energy in lighting system. In general, lighting arrangements only use the principle on or off regardless of activity in the room. This leads to inefficient use of electrical energy. From that thought then designed to build room power saving lamps by using PIR sensor is more efficient because the igniter lights the room is controlled automatically. The existence of the subject will be detected using a Passive Infra Red sensor (PIR) applied by the microcontroller. The MOSFET driver is used as a switch. So the lights will light up brightly as long as there are subjects in the room, and the lights will dim back when the subject leaves the room. The subject is focused on humans. With the creation of this system is expected to save electrical energy.
IMPLEMENTATION OF ACCELEROMETER SENSOR AND GPS MODULE FOR SMART BIKE DESIGN Faisal Alfaeru; Aries Boedi Setiawan; Nachrowi Nachrowi; Rachmat Hidayat S Hidayat S
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Bicycles are one vehicle that is quite popular for exercise. The lack of parking space for bicycles made bicycles vulnerable to theft. This equipment is able to provide a security system and provide the location of the bike when the bike had been stolen. This device consists of an Android application and the application of two modules, namely accelerometer and GPS to be processed in the microcontroller Arduino UNO. This bike is able to provide information such as SMS when the bicycle displaced and also sends the coordinates of the location on google maps to be displayed to the smartphone applications created using MIT App Inventor 2.

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