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Deficit of Women’s Human Right in Papua Province

A conceptual framework on family and women in Papua: Unemployment, crime and socio-economic issues

By Marlina Flassy

Papua Institute for Science and Technology, LIPTEK-Papua

Synopsis

The title of this book “Deficit of Women’s Human Right in Papua Province: A conceptual framework on family and women in Papua: Unemployment, crime and socio-economic issues”, is dealing with Mapping of Criminal Trafficking in Persons (TPPO), Domestic Violence (KDRT) and Women Employment (TKW) in Papua Province. It is carried the efforts to protect the human rights. For this study in particular, is aimed at women (and children) in the Papua Province in specific. Mapping is allocated in 4 sample areas, namely Jayapura City, Nabire Regency, Mimika Regency and Boven Digoel Regency. The study was conducted by a Research Team initiated by the Papua Institute for Science and Technology/LIPTEK-Papua in frame work of cooperation and sponsorship of the RI-Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Children’s Protection. The author in this connection was appointed by LIPTEK-Papua as Team Leader.

The full report is copyright of LIPTEK-Papua, so for this publication it is at the knowledge of LIPTEK-Papua for the submission of an immediate dissemination of direct information. Considering that, in Papua Province from the location of the cities and regencies which taken as a sample it is very necessary for more action taken, namely in addition to more intervention from the Government where global concerns are also raised because besides TPPO, KDRT and TKW, these also in line with HIV/Aid, Narcotics, Alcohol and their kinds. These are also defects and extinction of generations. In this study revealed, apparently TPPO, KDRT and TKW in Papua Province which is reached the highest level of significance. In addition to field data, for completeness, in this article the author also uses library’s data including existing empirical data. Furthering to the Researchers, it is worth to mention of Jayapura City: (1), Dr. Jane Ansanay, (2) Christine Sanggenafa, and (3) Andreas Mayabubun; of Nabire Regency: (1) Yudith Karethji, (2) Nova Karet and (3) Yunus Sarwa; of Mimika Regency: (1)Oliva Angela Flassy (2) Martha Yagaluwo and (3) Bernard Inaury and of Boven Digoel Regency: (1) Dr. Beatus Tambaib, (2) Elias Thesia and (3) Edison Flassy. On behalf of the Management of LIPTEK-Papua and of the author self, I submit Thank You Very Much for all their good cooperation and efforts.

Contents

Preface

Introduction

Methodology
Mapping of victims or actors?
Concept of TPPO
Concept of KDRT
Setting of research location
Overview of TPPO, TKW and PSK Conditions in Jayapura City
Research Sites in Nabire Regency
Overview of TPPO Conditions in Nabire Regency
Research sites in mimika regency
Overview of TPPO conditions in Mimika regency
Research sites in boven digoel regency
Overview of TPPO conditions in boven digoel regency
Mapping of KDRT in the province of Papua

Condition of KDRT in Each Research Area
Conditions of KDRT per research area
Conditions of KDRT in Jayapura City
Conditions of KDRT in Nabire regency
Conditions of KDRT in Mimika regency
Conditions of KDRT in Boven Digoel regency
Recommendation of strategy and approachment model and implications of the TPPO, KDRT and TKW prevention program in the province of Papua

Finale
Synthesis of policy recommendations

Notes
References

About the Author

The author, Marlina Flassy, was born born in Seribau Village, Teminabuan District, West Papua, March 15, 1968. Her daily work is a lecturer in Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at Cenderawasih University. Marlina started her lecturer career since 1996, structural positions held during her work were as Chair of the Department of Anthropology, Assistant Dean I of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Cooperation Coordinator between Cenderawasih University Jayapura Papua and Georg August Goettingen University in Germany, and also held a number of other structural positions in Cenderawasih University. Marlina’s career is supported by comprehensive education, namely: elementary, junior high, high school graduated in Jayapura city as a barometer of education in Papua, then completed her undergraduate degree in Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura 1995, S2 (Master) with an M. Hum from the Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta 2002, and S3 (Ph.D.) from the Department of Ethnology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Georg August Goettingen University, Germany 2015. As a researcher, Marlina was awarded as a Young Community Care Researcher from the Ministry of Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004. Her seriousness in raising gender issues that raised the issue of children and women in Papua made her crowned by the Jayapura City Government through the Jayapura City Women’s and Children’s Empowerment Service, Papua with an award as the Achievement Image of Papuan Women’s Charisma in 2004.

ISBN

978-605-7736-64-2

Date of Publication

December 15, 2020

File Size: 1963 KB
Length: xi + 64 pages

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