Study Center of Gender and Child Protection (PSGPA) National Seminar: UHAMKA is ready to become a gender responsive campus

The Study Center of Gender and Child Protection (PSGPA) held a National Seminar in commemoration of the Celebration of Mother’s Day 2018. The seminar was held at the UHAMKA Teacher Training and Education Faculty (FKIP), Ahmad Dahlan Auditorium.

PSGPA FKIP cooperates with the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI), Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (KPPPA) and Aisyiyah organize a National Seminar on the role of family education in realizing the golden generation of the nation’s children in 2045 with the theme “Harmonious Family, Great Father, Smart Mother, Healthy & Successful Children”.

It was attended bythe Deputy Minister of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection. Furthermore, the speakers of the event were the Head of the Child Protection Empowerment Office and DKI Population Control, Tuty Kusumawati, the Chair of the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI), Dr. Susanto, MA, General Chairperson of the Central Chair of Aisyiyah, Dra. Hj. Siti Noordjannah Djohantini, M.M., M.Sc., BPH UHAMKA, Prof. Dr. H. Yunan Yusuf, UHAMKA Rector, Prof. Dr. Gunawan Saputro, M. Hum., and also attended by 518 participants consisting of UHAMKA leaders, lecturers, employees, students, community service and community development institutions.

In the remarks of the Chair of the Committee which was delivered by Dr. Sri Astuti, M.Pd. as the secretary of the Study Center of Gender and Child Protection (PSGPA), this seminar was the peak event because from December 18 to 23 already held various activities and competitions attended by lecturers, employees and students, such as the poem competition and free healthy check.

In addition, Prof. Dr. Hj. Yoce Aliah Darma, M.Pd. as chairman (PSGPA) has hope for UHAMKA to be immediately used as a Gender Responsive Campus.

UHAMKA Rector, Prof. Dr. Gunawan Saputro, M.Hum, also said that all UHAMKA leaders will always support and take full responsibility for the existing programs, and PSGPA hopefully will continue to work together with KPAI and KPPPA. For the future, UHAMKA is ready to make Gender Responsive Campus. UHAMKA Rector said, “so far what has been done is how to provide good treatment for students such as providing good quality education services, providing adequate facilities, providing development of counseling education and early childhood education.”

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