Improving Political Education, Udayana Political Science Student Association Holds Community Service

Denpasar, In order to help improve political education in the community, the Udayana Political Science Student Association held a service activity as well as socialization located in Kapal Village, Mengwi sub-district, Badung. (01/05/2022)


The community service activity was carried out for two days, starting with cleaning the environment in the Sada temple area at Kapal Village on Friday, April 29, 2022. Then continued on Saturday, April 30, 2022, with a Beginner Voter Socialization activity inviting the Seka Teruna Teruni and high school students throughout the Kapal Village as participants.


In connection with the 2024 election is getting closer, the socialization of the novice voters was carried out by directly presenting the Commissioner of the General Election Commission of the Province of Bali, I Gusti Ngurah Agus Darmasanjaya, ST., MH., and a lecturer in Political Science, Efatha Filomeno Borromeu Duarte, S.IP., M.Sos., as the speaker.


The socialization which took place at the Wantilan (pavilion) of Kapal Village was opened by the Village Head of Kapal Village, I Nyoman Sudiarta, SE., together with the Bendesa Adat, Petajuh Desa Adat, Pecalang and Village Advisory Officer. Also present, I Made Anom Wiranata, S.IP, M.A. as Deputy Dean III of the Udayana Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Dr. Tedi Erviantono, S.IP., M.Sc. as the Coordinator of the Udayana Political Science Study Program, as well as representatives of student organizations within the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Udayana University.


Several things are being discussed, such as updating voter data, political hoaxes, religious issues, and post-truth phenomena in politics to the potential of the millennial generation in politics. The enthusiasm of the participants was seen in the number of participants who asked questions about various issues in the discussion session guided by a political science student of Udayana University.



The socialization activity was closed with the handing over of the committee plaque to the Kapal Village and a group photo session. This is also the closing activity of community service activities. With this event, it is hoped that it will be able to arouse the enthusiasm of the millennial generation to enter politics, as well as help increase the participation of novice voters in the 2024 election.