OPTIMIZATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR WOMEN IN THE TNI ENVIRONMENT IN THE MISSION OF MAINTENING WORLD PEACE BASED ON UNSCR 1325
This study aims to describe and analyze the Bureaucracy of Human Resources and the opportunities and challenges of optimizing the role of TNI women in world peacekeeping missions. The method used in this research is qualitative method. The results showed that the optimization of the role of TNI women in the world peacekeeping mission was realized through Administrative Reform in the Human Resources Sector, starting with a recruitment and selection process policy based on standards according to the needs of the UN. Every female TNI personnel who pass the recruitment and selection are given competency training to support operations in the field. Coaching includes aspects of personnel (groups) to develop the quantity of needs desired by the UN. Institutionally, organizational development is carried out in accordance with Presidential Regulation Number 85 of 2011. The opportunity to increase the proportion of women in the Indonesian Armed Forces is a long-term commitment of Indonesia to the WPS Agenda. Challenges faced in Involvement at the international level, Indonesia sent women TNI and Polri to the UN Peacekeeping Mission, among others, there is still a gap in the proportion of male and female soldiers due to the absence of a map depicting the increase in the number of women in the TNI in the Indonesian Defense White Paper, there is no National Action Plan from TNI/Kemhan Headquarters regarding women's participation, there is still no integrated communication from the United Nations to the Government of Indonesia.
Keywords: Optimization, Role of Women, Peacekeeping Operations.
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