Pemanfaatan Program Transformasi Perpustakaan Berbasis Inklusi Sosial dalam Mendukung Pertumbuhan Ekonomi yang Inklusif dan Berkelanjutan Sesuai dengan Tujuan Program SDGs Indonesia 2030

Fandi Rahman Hidayat, Sofia Nur Aisyah, Felisha Ghassani

Abstract


The National Library of Indonesia in its program is Social Inclusion-Based Library Transformation where libraries must be able to improve people's welfare. Library transformation based on social inclusion of libraries has a role to support the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals Indonesia 2030 program. There are at least 3 objectives of the SDGs program that can be supported by activities carried out by libraries. The aim of the research is to find out the social inclusion-based library transformation, and to find out its role with the SDGs program, especially in the aim of supporting inclusive and sustainable economic growth. The chosen method is phenomenology with a descriptive qualitative approach. The results of this study, the library has utilized the Social Inclusion-Based Library Transformation Program in supporting inclusive and sustainable economic, social and cultural growth in accordance with the 2030 Indonesian SDGs Program Objectives.

 


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library transformation based on social inclusion; sustainable development goals indonesia 2030

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