Industrial Revolution 4.0, Society 5.0 and Sustainable Development Goal’s (SDG’s); an Overview from Local Government Intervention


  • Mesri Welhelmina Nisriani Manafe Artha Wacana Christian University
  • Herny Constantia Fanggidae Artha Wacana Christian University
  • Eka Merdekawati Seseli Artha Wacana Christian University


Industrial revolution 4.0, Society 5.0, SDG's, Poverty reduction, Human resources


Industrial revolution 4.0 cannot be separated from Society 5.0. This concept aims to balance technology with a human-centered approach. This approach is in line with the SDG's agenda in achieving the common target of human society through reducing poverty worldwide. NTT Province gets great attention in terms of poverty reduction, because it has a very low average poverty reduction, the improvement in the quality of human resources is in a very worrying condition.  Movement of spending on the poverty function experienced a fairly sharp volatility. If there is a positive change in the expenditure component, it can be concluded that the local government is quite good at controlling spending policy because it is still in line with the SDG's agenda’s through the development of regional innovation, fiscal policy and optimization. Based on the explanation above, it can be concluded that Industrial revolution 4.0 and Society 5.0 in Indonesia are still difficult to implement in a balanced manner, especially for areas with very low poverty reduction rates such as NTT which are still experiencing serious problems in the readiness of human resources. One of the causes is the weak government intervention in improving the quality of human resources through controlling poverty function spending policies.


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Manafe, M. W. N., Fanggidae, H. C., & Seseli, E. M. (2023). Industrial Revolution 4.0, Society 5.0 and Sustainable Development Goal’s (SDG’s); an Overview from Local Government Intervention . Proceeding Sabajaya Publisher, 1(2), 61–64. Retrieved from