Denpasar – The National Education University (Undiknas) as a higher education institution has become an incubator in the understanding and application of the concept of gender equality today. Through HIMAPRODI State Administration in collaboration with the leadership of the Undiknas State Administration Science Study Program held a sharing session (27/06/2022). The activity carries the theme “Gender Equality: Equality of Women and Men in the World of Work”. The existence of the PASS (Public Administration Sharing Session) #2 activity is expected to deepen students’ insight into how to understand Gender Equality and its application to the world of work.
By presenting a resource person who already has sufficient experience in his field, PASS #2 can be said to have been successful in conveying the concept of gender equality to all discussion participants. PASS #2 presents Mrs. Dr. Ni Wayan Widhiasthini, S.Sos., M.Sc. who is also the Deputy Chancellor for Undiknas Academic Development, and Mrs. Putu Diah Sanjiwani from the NGO Bali Sruti. The sharing session was also attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, the Head of the State Administration Science Study Program, the Head of the Communication Studies Study Program, the Lecturers of State Administration, Invitations from DPM, BEM-PM, BPM FHIS, BEM FHIS, HIMAPRODI Law Studies and members of HIMAPRODI Communication Studies.
“Gender Equality is a concept that develops and refers to two basic international instruments, in this case, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women,” said Putu Diah Sanjiwani in her presentation.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that all human beings are born free and equal. Referring to the declaration, the convention on the elimination of all kinds of discrimination against women includes the terms “equal rights of men and women” and “equal rights of men and women”. The concept of gender equality refers to the full equality of men and women to obtain political, economic, civil, social, and cultural rights. This concept eliminates discrimination against certain genders in obtaining their rights or the deprivation of rights based on the gender of an individual.
The ongoing PASS #2 is expected to provide new benefits and insights for students and all participants present. Thus, the material obtained can deepen the values of gender equality and its benefits and contributions to people’s lives.