PERAN PEKERJA SOSIAL DALAM PENANGANAN KEKERASAN TERHADAP PEREMPUAN DAN ANAK

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Binahayati Rusyidi
Santoso Tri Raharjo

Abstract

Artikel ini membahas kekerasan terhadap perempuan dan anak (KTPA) dan peran pekerja sosial dalam merespon permasalahan tersebut. Studi dokumentasi menggunakan berbagai sumber internasional dan nasional digunakan untuk menggambarkan dampak kekerasan KTPA, menggali peran pekerja sosial dalam serta menganalisa peran lembaga pendidikan pekerjaan sosial dalam mempersiapkan pekerja sosial yang kompeten dalam mencegah dan mengintervensi KTPA.  Penulis mengusung argument bahwa pekerja sosial perlu memahami peran mereka dalam menanggulangi KTPA karena permasalahan KTPA banyak beririsan dengan berbagai permasalahan kesejahteraan sosial lainnya. Artikel ini menunjukkan peran penting pekerja sosial di negara maju dalam menangani permasalahan sebagai bagian terintegrasi dari sistem kesejahteraan masyarakatnya dan hal tersebut tidak terlepas dari dukungan sistem pendidikan untuk menghasilkan pekerja sosial yang kompeten. Sebaliknya, peran pekerja sosial di Indonesia dalam merespon KTPA masih relatif terbatas. Lembaga pendidikan tinggi belum memberikan perhatian yang memadai untuk merespon kebutuhan pekerja sosial dalam layanan KTPA. Berbagai rekomendasi dibahas untuk meningkatkan peran lembaga pendidikan pekerjaan sosial di Indonesia

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Rusyidi, B., & Raharjo, S. T. (2018). PERAN PEKERJA SOSIAL DALAM PENANGANAN KEKERASAN TERHADAP PEREMPUAN DAN ANAK. Sosio Informa: Kajian Permasalahan Sosial Dan Usaha Kesejahteraan Sosial, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.33007/inf.v4i1.1416
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Binahayati Rusyidi, Universitas Padjadjaran Bandung

Universitas Padjadjaran Dosen Jurusan Ilmu Kesejahteraan Sosial

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