Commitment towards Global Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and its prospect towards managing fragmented urban areas; the case of Jatinangor, Indonesia

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In Indonesia, more than 50% of urban people live in fragmented urban areas, a non singlehandedly governed by an institution. This area can be an extended part of metropolitan city, or a newly formed capital city of regional governments. For the last five years, strong commitment among urban scholars leads to a high participation on international urban policies, such as Habitat III on Sustainable Urbanization in 2036 or UN Agenda 2030 on Sustainable Development Goals or on Paris Agreements on Climate Change. Inside the country, promoting urban policies have not been prioritized, leading to abandonment on managing newly formed urban areas giving the areas as undefined if not non existence. Draft regulations on urbanization or on national urban policies, despite have been circulated, have deterred local governments to involve in their ‘untouched’ urban areas. Instead, adoption and a framework of implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) within Indonesia’s policy framework has progressed rather fast. Even it is up to the point where it is mandatory for local governments to adopt it. This paper explores SDG’s implementation especially on number 11 dedicated to the urban areas. Using research methods on analysis of policy framework, including policy alignment, mainstreaming and localizing, this study is expected to generate some findings on how far SDG, especially number 11 can fill in the blank on managing the fragmented urban areas. How far such Agenda can promote a better urban development through efforts to achieve indicators as stated in the SDGs, and how far so called SDG in urban areas can reap to be used toward realizing sustainable urban development.
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ISO583
Submission Type
Lecturer, researcher
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KK PWD ITB

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