Based on studies PRAKARSA It is known that persons with disabilities have lower opportunities to enter the formal labor market, especially for women with disabilities. There are also many women with disabilities who ultimately have to depend on their families to support their daily lives. In addition, it turns out that many women with disabilities experience sexual violence.
How is the reality of the condition of persons with disabilities in Indonesia captured by PRAKARSA? Is it true that government support in supporting the needs of persons with disabilities is still weak?
Find the answers as well as recommendations that PRAKARSA wrote in the 32nd edition of the Policy Brief “Malang Does Not Come in One Way: Multi-Marginalization of Women with Disabilities in the Labor Market in Indonesia” below.