PEKERJAAN SOSIAL DAN PENANGANAN TERORISME

Binahayati Rusyidi, Muhammad Fedryansyah, Nandang Mulyana
DOI: https://doi.org/10.33007/inf.v5i2.1765

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Abstract

Penanganan terorisme tidak lagi mutlak menjadi domain penegak hukum namun juga pekerjaan sosial. Artikel ini membahas mengenai peran pekerja sosial dalam penanganan terorisme di berbagai negara dan mengangkat pembelajaran yang dapat diambil oleh Indonesia dalam penanganan terorisme. Kajian didasarkan atas studi literatur atas sumber-sumber yang kredibel dan terbaru dan didukung oleh hasil observasi tim penulis. Pemaparan artikel mencakup pembahasan mengenai dampak multi-dimensi serangan terorisme untuk memberikan kontekstualisasi mengenai relevansi praktik pekerjaan sosial, sejarah dan perkembangan pekerjaan sosial dalam penanganan terorisme, praktik pekerjaan sosial dalam penanganan terorisme di berbagai negara, serta temuan-temuan penting yang dapat dijadikan pembelajaran bagi pengembangan praktik pekerjaan sosial dalam  penanganan terorisme di  Indonesia. Artikel ini menggarisbawahi pentingnya peran pekerja sosial serta tantangan yang perlu dihadapi untuk terwujudnya penanganan terorisme yang komprehensif dan akuntabel. Indonesia perlu belajar dari keberhasilan negara-negara lain dalam mengembangkan dan memperkuat peran pekerjaan sosial dalam pencegahan dan penanganan isu-isu terkait terorisme.

Kata kunci: pekerjaan sosial kebencanaan; pekerjaan sosial internasional; pendidikan pekerjaan sosial; terorisme

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