MEMADUKAN STRATEGI, MEWUJUDKAN KETAHANAN: SEBUAH PEMBELAJARAN DARI PENGEMBANGAN STRATEGI KETAHANAN KOTA DI SEMARANG

Rukuh Setiadi, Fitri Wulandari
DOI: 10.14710/jpk.4.2.95-105

Abstract


‘Integrasi’ adalah suatu jargon yang sering digunakan oleh hampir semua disiplin, dari bidang rekayasa hingga ekonomi, dan dari ilmu fisika hingga ilmu sosial. Tantangan untuk mengembangkan strategi yang terpadu telah menjadi pesan utama di berbagai literatur mengenai studi-studi pembangunan kota. Sementara di negera yang telah maju konsep integrasi telah dimanifestasikan dalam berbagi aspek pembangunan kota, banyak aktor dan pengambil kebijakan di negara-negara berkembang masih berjuang untuk mewujudkan integrasi. Artikel ini menyoroti upaya yang baru saja dilakukan oleh Pemerintah Kota Semarang dalam meningkatkan ketahanan kota melalui perumusan dokumen strategi ketahanan kota. Artikel memperkenalkan suatu kerangka analisis dalam mendorong integrasi strategi. Artikel ini dikembangkan dari penelitian yang menerapkan pendekatan kualitatif dengan memanfaatkan posisi penulis utama sebagai coordinator lintas tema atau cross-focus areas pada penyusunan strategi ketahanan kota dalam inisiatif 100 Resilient City. Artikel ini diharapkan membantu praktisi perkotaan dalam melakukan pendekatan langkah-demi-langkah menuju integrasi strategi-strategi perkotaan, khususnya di bidang ketahanan kota.


Keywords


Strategi terpadu; Ketahanan kota; 100 Resilient Cities; Cross focus area; Semarang

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