Empowerment of Women in the Era Asean Economic Community (AEC)

Mashur Malaka


Female gender has been identified as a domestic worker, of course, requires a great struggle to fit in the commercialization of the world of work. This paper attempts to provide an alternative as part of efforts to improve the professionalism and competitiveness of women Facing Era Asean Economic Community (AEC). Women's empowerment aims as human resources in development, is expected to have professionalism and competitiveness in komersialiasai world of work. Empowerment of women itself is instilling the values that aims to develop self-potential women's dignity and individual (human dignity), be able to help themselves. Empowerment is certainly still involve the public as users of services for women workers, as well as the target group of women empowerment, the expected lack of understanding of the role of women in the era of Asean Economy Community (AEC) which requires professionalism and competitiveness. Therefore, the empowerment that need to be built is public awareness of gender equality, the commercialization of the world of work for women, supporting gender Responship government policy, the optimization of formal and informal education of women, giving space / opportunity and confidence to women to be able to show self-actualization , gave a positive appreciation, and develop skills-based hobby to be able to have creative ideas.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v5i2.7717

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