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Indonesian Muslim Women in Tourism: Exploring Contributions, Challenge &  Opportunities.

Virtual Summit with Distinguished Experts Panel . 29 June, 14.30 Jakarta.  Register Here

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Ir. Rizki Handayani, MBTM

Deputy Minister for Industry and Investment, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Indonesia

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Dra. Ethys Mayoshi

Owner of Batik Gobang, Jakarta’s premier tourism attraction

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Alda Chairani, S.Par, M.Par

Entrepreneur, Consultant and Lecturer
Owner of Byurger Restaurant

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Tetty Ariyanto, SST.Par, M.Par

Indonesian Tour Leader Association (ITLA)
Master Assessor of Tourism Professional Certification

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Dr. Hera Oktadiana, CHE

Adjunct Assc. Prof James Cook University Australia & Trisakti Institute of Tourism, Founder of Muslim Women in Tourism & Hospitality

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Dr. Hj Masrura Ram Idjal, SE, MBA, MSc

Chairman of Women Entrepreneurs Association, West Java region. Vice President Association of Indonesian Tours & Travel Agencies

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Siska Mandalia, S.S, M.B.A

Tourism Scholar and researcher
Ph.D student, University of Dundee, UK

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Dr. Novita Widyastuti, S.ST.Par, M.Si.Par.

Moderator  
Vice Rector for Partnership and Marketing
Trisakti Institute of Tourism Jakarta

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Dr. Ni Made Eka Mahadewi

Organizer Assistant
Assoc. Prof. Bali Tourism Polytechnic

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Dr. Reza Soltani

Creator & Organizer
President Institute of Tourism, Belgium

Speakers PowerPoint:

Indonesian Muslim Women in Tourism: Exploring Contributions, Challenge, and Opportunities

Wanita Muslim Indonesia di Sektor Pariwisata: Kontribusi, Tantangan, dan Peluang

Background

Indonesian women contribute significantly to the tourism sector. It is noted that the majority of the workforce in the tourism field are women, accounting for 54.22 percent compared to male workers at 45.78 percent. It was also reported that Muslim women have a big influence on travel choices when travelling with families.

The webinar “Indonesian Muslim Women in Tourism: Exploring Contributions, Challenges, and Opportunities” aims to shed light on the pivotal, yet often overlooked, role of Indonesian Muslim women in the tourism sector. With Indonesia being a diverse and dynamic tourism destination, this webinar seeks to delve into the multifaceted contributions made by Muslim women in shaping the industry. It will address the unique challenges they face and explore opportunities for their empowerment and advancement within the tourism sector. Through insightful discussions and shared experiences, this webinar aims to inspire dialogue and action towards creating a more inclusive and equitable tourism landscape in Indonesia.

Kontribusi perempuan Indonesia terhadap sektor pariwisata sangatlah signifikan. Diketahui bahwa mayoritas tenaga kerja di bidang pariwisata adalah perempuan, yang jumlahnya mencapai 54,22 persen, dibandingkan dengan pekerja laki-laki sebesar 45,78 persen. Juga dilaporkan bahwa perempuan Muslim memiliki pengaruh besar dalam pemilihan perjalanan saat bepergian dengan keluarga.

Webinar “Perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam Pariwisata: Menjelajahi Kontribusi, Tantangan, dan Peluang” bertujuan untuk menyorot peran penting, namun sering diabaikan, dari perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam sektor pariwisata. Mengingat Indonesia merupakan destinasi pariwisata yang beragam dan dinamis, webinar ini berujud untuk menggali peran dan kontribusi para perempuan Muslim dalam membentuk industri pariwisata Indonesia. Acara ini akan membahas tantangan unik yang mereka hadapi dan mengeksplorasi peluang untuk pemberdayaan dan kemajuan perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam sektor pariwisata. Melalui diskusi yang menginspirasi dan berbagi nara sumber, webinar ini bermaksud untuk membangkitkan dialog dan tindakan menuju penciptaan lanskap pariwisata yang lebih inklusif dan adil di Indonesia.

Aims

  1. To showcase the significant contributions of Indonesian Muslim women to the tourism industry, both locally and globally.
  2. To identify and discuss the challenges faced by Indonesian Muslim women in pursuing careers and leadership roles within the tourism sector.
  3. To explore potential opportunities for Indonesian Muslim women in tourism for growth and innovation
  4. To promote an inclusive and supportive environment within the tourism industry that empowers Muslim women and respects their cultural and religious practices.
  5. To facilitate meaningful dialogue and knowledge exchange among stakeholders, including industry professionals, policymakers, academics, and community leaders, regarding the role of Indonesian Muslim women in shaping the future of tourism.

Tujuan

  1. Menampilkan kontribusi signifikan perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam industri pariwisata, baik secara lokal maupun global.
  2. Mengidentifikasi dan mendiskusikan tantangan yang dihadapi oleh perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam berkarir dan peran kepemimpinan dalam sektor pariwisata.
  3. Menjelajahi peluang potensial bagi perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam pariwisata untuk pertumbuhan dan inovasi.
  4. Mempromosikan lingkungan yang inklusif dan mendukung dalam industri pariwisata yang memberdayakan perempuan Muslim dan menghormati praktik budaya dan agama mereka.
  5. Memfasilitasi dialog yang bermakna dan pertukaran pengetahuan di antara para pemangku kepentingan, termasuk para profesional industri, pembuat kebijakan, akademisi, dan pemimpin masyarakat, mengenai peran perempuan Muslim Indonesia dalam membentuk masa depan pariwisata.
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