E3S Web Conf.
Volume 249, 20214th International Conference on Sustainability Science (CSS2020)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Sustainability, Governance, Business and Policy|
|Published online||07 April 2021|
The Impact of IUU Fishing Policy (Moratorium License of Fishery Commerce) to the level of Employment of Maritime and Fishery Vocational Schools Graduates
Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences – Universitas Diponegoro
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The limited capacity of human resources (HR) that is competent in their field often causes the less than optimal utilization of the marine and fisheries resources in Indonesia. Maritime and Fishery Vocational Schools (MFVS) can be the solution to this problem, as they are expected to generate capable and competitive human resources; thus, utilizing and sustainably managing the vast marine resources in Indonesia, and in turn improving the efforts taken to advance Indonesian people’s welfare. However, the level of employment for MFVS graduates in Indonesia is still limited to large scale fishing activities. Additionally, since the launch of Moratorium License of Fishery Commerce of Fishery States in the Republic of Indonesia (56/PERMEN-KP/2014) by the Indonesian Ministry of Marine and Fisheries (IMMaF), most fishery companies have ceased to operate. The study aimed to determine the impact caused by this regulation against the level of employment of MFVS graduates, as well as the scheme of policies that should be applied to maximize the human resources in the field of marine and fisheries. This research used a qualitative method, where the descriptive analysis was used as a primary tool of analysis. The results of the analysis indicated that the trend of employment of MFVS graduates shifted after the enactment of this policy. The lack of synergy between policies in the field of marine and fisheries and policies in the field of education and transportation resulted in the difficulty of MFVS graduates to achieve a good career in this field..
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