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2022 ◽  
Vol 114 ◽  
pp. 105931
Jude Ndzifon Kimengsi ◽  
Raphael Owusu ◽  
Ida N.S. Djenontin ◽  
Jürgen Pretzsch ◽  
Lukas Giessen ◽  

Aiqin Wang ◽  
Sijia Dang ◽  
Wenying Luo ◽  
Kangyuan Ji

In 2017, the Chinese government created a policy on mandatory waste separation. Many communities and cities have created waste management institutions and appointed workers to supervise these actions. But there is little information about the situation in terms of the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of waste separation and any differences among regions and cities. Thus, the goal of this paper is to show the current status quo and any differences and to analyze their determinants, especially regarding cultural consumption. Based on online survey data collected in 2021, we found that knowledge in rural regions was lower than in urban regions, but there was no difference in attitudes or practices; the practices in pilot cities were better than in non-pilot cities, but the knowledge and attitudes showed no differences. Different cultural consumption patterns had different impacts on waste separation knowledge, attitudes, and practices. Based on the results, a policy related to culture should be enacted to improve efficiency and increase the action impacts to solve environmental and social issues.

2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (2) ◽  
pp. 170-183
Dwi Martiningsih ◽  
Arif Zamhari

The management of zakat is dynamic dealing with the socio-political context in a country, including Indonesia. Zakat regulation  change from UU/38/1999 to UU/23/2011 pratically require adaptation from the role of zakat institutions in Indonesia. Zakat management institution in the community such as NU-Care LAZISNU and LAZISMU as zakat management institutions with civil society-based in programs and activities certainly cannot be separated from these regulatory changes. The regulation change was responded by changing its role as a zakat management institution. This article aims to describe the activities of NU-Care LAZISNU and LAZISMU and their position in responding zakat law. This research uses a case study approach and is designed in the form of a descriptive analysis to reveal field findings. The results of this research reveal that changes in national zakat management bring opportunities as well as challenges for zakat management institutions, both government zakat institutions and non-government zakat institutions. NU-care LAZISNU and LAZISMU build some adjustments by modernizing their institutions. These two civil society-based zakat institutions carry out various strategies in collecting, distributing and empowering zakat, infaq, and sedekah.

2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
pp. 29
Aditya Dewanggajati ◽  
Sartika Djamaluddin

Abstract: Disaster coping management is important to be well managed by the government and all stakeholders because Indonesia is a disaster-prone area. Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is needed because of the number of disasters occurring recently have serious impacts on the economy, social and environment. This study aims to look at the effect of education institution and regional disaster management institutions (BPBD) on household participation of disaster training as an effort of DRR. Literature also revealed that regional and households characteristics have an important role in implementing DRR.The design of this study uses quantitative logit regression analysis using secondary data from 297,276 household respondents from the 2017 National Socio-Economic Survey (SUSENAS). The results showed the disaster institutions at the district level, secondary education and universities has a significant impact and was able to provide an increase in probability of household disaster training participation. Abstrak: Manajemen penanggulangan bencana merupakan hal yang penting dikelola dengan baik oleh pemerintah dan semua elemen masyarakat karena Indonesia memiliki wilayah rawan bencana. Pengurangan risiko bencana (PRB) diperlukan mengingat banyaknya kejadian bencana dewasa ini berdampak cukup serius pada perekonomian, sosial maupun lingkungan hidup. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat pengaruh lembaga pendidikan serta keberadaan lembaga penanggulangan bencana daerah terhadap partisipasi pelatihan atau simulasi bencana rumah tangga sebagai upaya PRB. Literatur juga mengungkapkan bahwa karakteristik daerah memiliki peran penting dalam implementasi PRB secara optimum. Desain penelitian ini menggunakan analisis kuantitatif regresi logit dengan memanfaatkan data sekunder 297,276 responden rumah tangga dari Survei Sosial Ekonomi Nasional (SUSENAS) tahun 2017. Hasil menunjukan keberadaan lembaga penanggulangan bencana kab/kota dan lembaga pendidikan di daerah berupa pendidikan menengah, perguruan tinggi memiliki pengaruh signifikan dan dapat memberikan peningkatan terhadap kemungkinan partisipasi pelatihan kebencanaan rumah tangga.

2021 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 16-25
Andra Rahmad Darmawan ◽  
Sukarmi ◽  
Adi Kusumaningrum

As a new institution in Indonesia, Sovereign Wealth Fund need to be equipped with a solid legal basis and supported by international standard governance. As a form of the Government's commitment to accelerate the operationalization of this Institution, the Government has established 3 (three) legal products related to the Investment Management Agency. The first legal product in Government Regulation (PP) Number 73 of 2020, Government Regulation Number 74 of 2020, and Presidential Decree Number 128/P of 2020 concerning the Establishment of the Selection Committee for the Selection of Candidates for the Sovereign Wealth Fund Supervisory Board from Professional Elements. This research aims to identify two aspects related to the position of Sovereign Wealth Fund in Indonesia and assess whether the existence of the above legal products is a form of law enforcement against Sovereign Wealth Fund in Indonesia with international standards. The study results indicate that the legal position of the Sovereign Wealth Fund (LPI) can be equated with similar institutions that have previously been established, such as State-Owned Enterprises and the Investment Coordinating Board. The regulation of investment management institutions in the work copyright law still has weaknesses, namely from supervision.

2021 ◽  
Marko Ferjan ◽  
Eva Jereb ◽  
Iztok Podbregar ◽  
Petra Robnik ◽  
Polona Polona ◽  

(AFE) is a type of schooling, continually planning, organizing, and improving a system of adaptations included in a school's educational process and infrastructure. These adaptations are implemented voluntarily and in a benevolent, systematic, comprehensive, and transparent manner, with the explicit aim to help athletes engage in sport and simultaneously achieve goals and competencies set out in the educational program and thus Athlete friendly education has the following attributes: adaptations; rather than being discrete, these adaptations constitute a system; daptations are organized and managed by school management; institutions introduce the adaptations voluntarily; adaptations are based on pre-existing legal frameworks and internal institutional regulations; institutions need to possess adequate competencies or experience; they need to be "trustworthy," in other words. AFE accreditation is voluntary. The principle of voluntary certification is very similar to the "brand" philosophy. The brand also contains a "promise."

Nunung Nurhayati ◽  

As a zakat manager who relies on muzakki, transparency and accountability of ZIS (zakat, infaq and shadaqah) is a very important concern to foster muzakki's trust in zakat management institutions. The more transparent the financial reporting of zakat managers, the higher the trust of muzakki which will have an impact on growing public awareness and compliance to distribute their zakat to institutions. zakat management with a case study approach, data obtained by means of observation, interviews and documentation (secondary data). Implementation research results based financial statements SFAS 109 which has a uniformity (uniformity) and dependence (comparability) in the financial statements ready for audit public accountant. Although the system information is still manual.

2021 ◽  
pp. 245592962110546
Maximilian F. Chami ◽  
Eike Albrecht ◽  
Mandela Peter Ryano

The Tanzanian coast has many remains of medieval Swahili settlements dated between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries C.E. In the same region, Neolithic and Later Stone Age sites have also been reported, alongside evidence for Early Iron Working settlements. Swahili culture, and the ruins that can still be seen, have their origins in this rich cultural past. It appears, however, that the present communities along the Tanzanian Swahili coast, and the public, are unaware of this important heritage history. There is a popular belief among them that the origin and influence on the now ruined Swahili settlements came from the Middle East, and it is true that Arab and other travellers described Swahili civilization in their writings. In this article, we explore the communities and researchers’ different perspectives on the origin of the Swahili ruins, focusing on the conservation and management problems this raises. We also analyse the position and role of heritage management institutions in the country towards enhancing community awareness and proper conservation of the ruins. Finally, we propose ways of promoting community awareness of the origin of the Swahili ruins, influencing participation and actions towards their conservation and management.

2021 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Pradeep Kumar Tarei ◽  
Santosh Kumar

PurposeThis paper proposes a decision-making framework for assessing various dimensions and barriers that have affected the admission process in management educational institutions during the ongoing pandemic. The framework considers the interrelationship between the obstacles and highlights the importance of each barrier.Design/methodology/approachAn integrated method based on decision-making trial and evaluation laboratory and analytical network process is proposed to structure the barrier assessment framework. Results obtained from the study are validated by comparing them against the conventional analytical hierarchy process.FindingsThe results obtained from this study indicate four significant dimensions that hinder admission in Indian management institutes, namely, governmental, financial, sectoral, institutional and market. The top five barriers are demand shift towards technical (alternative) skills, acceptance of the graduated students, lack of industry–institute collaboration, lack of long-term vision and opening new Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs) and Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs).Research limitations/implicationsDuring this ongoing pandemic, many educational institutes have been forced to shift from the traditional classroom to a virtual teaching model. In this regard, this study helps identify and assess the barriers to admission in Indian management institutes during this epidemic and thus, contribute to the literature. The findings will assist all stakeholders and policymakers of management institutions design and develop appropriate managerial strategies. The study is conducted in the Indian management educational institute context and can be extended to technical education institutions for deeper insights.Originality/valueThe paper develops an assessment framework for analysing the barriers to admission in Indian management institutes during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Research implications are discussed in the context of a developing country.

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