Peningkatan Efektifitas Penyelenggaraan Perlindungan Anak di Provinsi Sumatera Selatan
The implementation of child protection in the regions is the spearhead for the successful implementation of child protection nationally. Consequently, local governments need to make various breakthroughs so that the quality of child protection is getting better. The problem to be studied in this research is how the Regulation of Child Protection in South Sumatra and how to Increase the Effectiveness of the Implementation of Child Protection in South Sumatra. The method used in this research is normative juridical, using data sources, namely primary legal materials and secondary legal materials, then analyzed qualitatively, then conclusions are drawn. The results of this study obtained Child Protection Regulations in South Sumatra, namely Governor Regulation (PERGUB) of South Sumatra Province No. 67 of 2016 concerning Organizational Structure, Job Description and Functions of the South Sumatra Provincial Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection, Governor Regulation No.20 of 2018 concerning the Establishment, Job Description and Function of the Technical Implementation Unit of the Integrated Service Center for Women and Children Protection at the South Sumatra Provincial Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection. Furthermore, increasing the effectiveness of the implementation of child protection in South Sumatra, one of the breakthroughs that must be made by the local government of South Sumatra Province is the strengthening of child protection institutions, either strengthening independent institutions that function for supervision in the form of the Regional Child Protection Commission (KPAD) or strengthening service institutions. Especially at this time the problem of children in Indonesia, which is increasing both in quality and quantity, is a serious challenge for the state. World Agroforestry (ICRAF) Indonesia, through Land4Lives in collaboration with the Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection (DP3A) of South Sumatra Province, held a multi-stakeholder discussion entitled "Realizing Gender Responsive and Climate Resilient Regional Development". The event, held in Palembang, was attended by representatives of various government agencies, the private sector, organizations, universities and mass media. The South Sumatra Provincial Government is strongly committed to improving gender justice and equality. This is marked by a complete legal umbrella for gender mainstreaming. Starting from South Sumatra Governor Regulation No. 32 of 2020 concerning the Regional Action Plan for Gender Mainstreaming 2020-2023, to South Sumatra Governor Regulation No. 62 of 2020 concerning Gender Mainstreaming in Regional Development
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