BANDUNG, unpas.ac.id – On Monday, 6 December 2021, team of Clinical Legal Education (CLE) Faculty of Law, Universitas Pasundan underwent the legal training as part of continuous MoU between Unpas Faculty of Law and Perum Perhutani Forest Management Unit (Kesatuan Pemangkuan Hutan, KPH) Banten.
Providing legal training actively, energetically and interactively is part of CLE duties. In this training, the materials presented are about the agreement and domestic violence (Kekerasan dalam Rumah Tangga, KDRT).
Head of Unpas CLE, Hj. Irma Rachmawati, S.H., Sp.1., M.H., Ph.D presented the materials regarding the legal agreement to the employees of Perhutani KPH Banten; while Unpas FH Vice Dean I, Dr. Hj. Rd. Dewi Asri Yustia, M.Hum presented the materials regarding domestic violence to the audience of Employees’ Wife Association (Ikatan Istri Karyawan, IIK) of Perhutani KPH Banten.
“The event is intended to gain more knowledge about the making of collaboration agreement, optimizing forest area management, and understanding the law for Perhutani employees on duty in the field,” explained Irma.
As many as 14 students appointed to attend the training successfully presented the materials regarding the law attractively and were well responded by the participants. Not only presenting the materials, the training was also fulfilled with practice, discussion and question-and-answer session.
“Other than about making agreement, presenting materials regarding domestic violence is also important to present. Domestic violence can harm the base of the family, with the most victims found among women and children. The impact will be carried over in the life cycle and child development in the household,” she added.
The dominant factor which causes domestic violence is various. Therefore, the required solutions also consist of various factors and need to involve various parties; for example, the preparedness on having a household, economic condition, couple’s self-maturity and knowledge, as well as family, social and cultural environment.
It is expected that from this training, employees in Perhutani KPH Banten could understand the collaboration agreement, as well as potential, prevention and effect of domestic violence. Therefore, they could avoid actions which have the potential to violate legal provisions.
“We hope this training could be useful to gain more knowledge about the process of making collaboration agreement between Perhutani and other agencies, as well as other stakeholders in maintaining forest area, making collaboration agreement and understanding the danger of domestic violence for IIK Perhutani KPH Banten,” he concluded. (Reta)*