The Influence, Gender, Life on Development Planning in Indonesia
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2018, vol. 8, issue 3, 255-264
The purpose of this study is to determine the position and role of women in the life of the nation and state through national policies carried out by institutions that are able to fight for the realization of gender equality and justice. In order to improve the quality of the role and independence of women's organizations while maintaining the value of unity and unity as well as the historical value of women's struggle in order to continue efforts to empower women as well as the welfare of families and communities. Thus the empowerment of women in the context of realizing gender justice and equality is a commitment of the Indonesian people whose implementation is the responsibility of all parties of the executive, legislative, judicial, religious leaders and society as a whole. The results showed that the role of women greatly affected development. Furthermore, it was found that women could improve the quality of human resources and create gender justice and equality.
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