Towards Legal Harmony: Evaluate Consistency and Inconsistency in Indonesian Social Welfare Law
This study aims to evaluate consistency and inconsistency in social welfare laws in Indonesia, focusing on how they are designed and applied. The methodology used is a combination of normative legal analysis and empirical research, including case studies and surveys with key stakeholders. Key findings reveal significant inconsistencies between laws and regulations governing social welfare, both at the national and local levels, as well as gaps between policies designed and their implementation practices on the ground. The study also found that policies are often inadequate in addressing the needs of vulnerable groups. Based on these findings, the study recommends harmonization of regulations, more inclusive policy updates, strengthening implementation capacity, improved inter-sectoral coordination, and the implementation of stronger monitoring and evaluation systems. The results of this study are expected to provide insight for policymakers to improve the effectiveness and harmony of social welfare laws in Indonesia.
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