Paper ID: 219
Inclusive Policy on Climate Change in Indonesia: Corpus Assisted Discourse Analysis
R H Haryanti
Departement of Public Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret
This study aims to conduct a meta-analysis of climate change policies in Indonesia using the disability paradigm. Climate change as the impact of global warming is currently an important issue in development that affects all aspects of life. The impacts of climate change are not gender neutral. This is because each group of adults and children, both girls and boys, parents and people with disabilities have different knowledge, understanding, capacity and experience in responding to the impacts of climate change. Inclusive policies become a goal. The research was conducted using a qualitative method, with the data source in the form of policy documents which were then analyzed using Corpus Assisted Discourse Analysis. The results show that climate change policies are not yet inclusive. The issue of disability in policy is still a microcosm and is not explicitly stated in policy.