Village Government Policy System Through Bumdes to Achieving Community Welfare

Nitaria Angkasa ,Yuswanto ,Budiyono
Keywords: Policy, Village Government, Bumdes, Welfare ,


Purpose:  Presidential Regulation No. 57 of 2017 concerning the Implementation of the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (TPB). It is a response to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a continuation of the 2030 global development agenda. Replacing the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals). Theoretical framework:  TPB is grouped into four pillars: social, economic, environmental, as well as legal and governance which are supported by the principles of partnership and the participation of the parties Design/methodology/approach: We analysed the profile of international publications on blended learning in management and business from 2001 to 2021. We identified when, who, where and what was published on the subject, singling out the authors and journals with the greatest impact based on the h-index and CiteScore (Scopus), as well as exploring the cooperation between countries. Findings: . This policy is accommodated in Law No. 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation. Aims to prepare Indonesia to become a developed country in 2045 through the vision for Indonesia Gold. The goal is to open up investment opportunities and wide employment opportunities. Using the normative juridical method, this paper examines the implementation of the Copyright Act. Implications for Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages in Article 117 of the Ciptaker Law which amends Article 1 number 6 of the Village Law.  Research, Practical & Social implications:  Previously mentioned BUMDes as a business entity converted into a legal entity. Originality/value:  With changes in regulations, especially BUMDes, is it possible to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, to improve people's welfare.