Ah, another action plan from Shahrizat…in time for the election
Berjela-jela dasar & action plan nya…tengok…
* asar Pendidikan Kesihatan Reproduktif Dan Sosial Kebangsaan
* Dasar Sosial Negara
* Dasar Wanita Negara
* Dasar Wanita Negara 2009
* Pelan Tindakan Wanita
* Pelan Tindakan Pembangunan Wanita 2009
* Dasar 30% Wanita Peringkat Pembuat Keputusan
* Dasar Kebajikan Masyarakat Negara
* Dasar Warga Tua Kebangsaan
* Dasar Kanak-Kanak Negara
* Dasar Perlindungan Kanak-Kanak Negara
* Dasar-Dasar ICT KPWKM (Versi 1.0/07/2007)
Oh, tapi Dasar Keluarga Negara belum lagi didapati di laman sesawang/website Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat.
Mungkin selepas ada yg membaca blog saya ni, dokumen itu akan segera tertera di website tersebut.
|Cabinet gives nod for National Family Policy|
|Monday, 20 December 2010 09:13am|
|©The Sun (Used by permission)
by Karen Arukesamy
PETALING JAYA (Dec 19, 2010): The Cabinet has approved the National Family Policy and Action Plan which calls for both the private and public sector to prioritize the “family perspective” in socio-economic development.
Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said the policy will ensure that the needs of the family are viewed seriously.
“The policy takes effect immediately and with be monitored by the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry.
“I urge all groups and organisations to adopt this policy. It is a national policy which is part of the government’s commitment through the KL Statement after East Asia Ministerial Forum on Families last month,” she said at the Christmas Day 2010 celebration launch at Subang Avenue Shopping Centre today.
Shahrizat said the policy’s action plan will set specific requirements like building lifts even in four-storey apartments to cater for the senior and disabled citizens.
“Currently we see space to change babies’ diapers only in ladies’ washrooms, but with this policy, a common space should be set aside so that men too have access to it,” she said.
The action plan will ensure that all parties, in both public and private sector, prioritise family needs and make it part of their main agenda.
Shahrizat said law enforcement too, had to be more sensitive to the family perspective.
“For example, we have been pushing for more family courts to solve all family related issues, where the members involved can go through the due process with dignity and privacy,” Shahrizat said.
She said another example is in the Human Resource Ministry in ensuring flexi-working hours and strategies for single working mothers to leave their children under proper care while at work,” she said.
Shahrizat said although for now the government has not set any strict penalty for those who fail to comply, all ministries are urged to take this policy seriously.
“This policy is multi-sectoral and should be put in practice from next month in all new development plans and procedures,” she said.
Meanwhile at the celebration organised by Wanita Umno for low income Christian families, Shahrizat distributed 400 goodies bag with RM100 from the welfare foundation. — theSun