Strategic Directions

2014-2016


To strengthen the provision of legal aid, rehabilitation and psychosocial services for sexually exploited children



Main Activity
  1. Cooperating with the Supreme Court, Attorney General’s Office, the Indonesian Police Headquarters and Indonesian Advocates Association.
  2. Providing direct legal aid or referral services.
  3. Holding various trainings, education and information sharing with partner organizations.
  4. Providing psychosocial and rehabilitation training for sexually exploited children to strengthen them internally and externally
  • Cooperating with various law enforcement institutions at national level in Indonesia.
  • Building the capacity of civil society organizations to enable them to directly provide legal aid for sexually exploited children.
  • Developing a model for working with sexually exploited children comprehensively.
  • Building the capacity of local partners to enable them to provide rehabilitation and psychosocial services.
  • The signing of MoU with the Supreme Court, Attorney General’s Office, the Indonesian Police Headquarters and Indonesian Advocates Association so that they have serious commitments.
  • Increasing number of civil society organizations that provide legal aid services for sexually exploited children.
  • ECPAT Indonesia has a model for the provision of legal aid services for sexually exploited children so that it can be used by other civil society organizations.
  • The provision of rehabilitation and psychosocial services by local partners.

To advocate for policy making and harmonize national laws related to sexual exploitation of children with the Convention on the Rights of the Child



Main Activity
  1. Actively participating in efforts to raise the ratification status of the CRC from presidential decree to law through public studies and reviews.
  2. Proactively and constructively participating in the formulation of the National Plan of Action for the Elimination of CSEC and in monitoring its implementation.
  • Raising the status of the Convention on the Rights of the Child from presidential decree to law.
  • Encouraging the revision of Law on Child Protection and other laws, including local regulations, related to sexual exploitation of children.
  • Ensuring budget allocation for sexually exploited children in the national and local budgets.
  • Developing a model for a sustainable advocacy work at provincial and national levels
  • The involvement of ECPAT Indonesia and its member organizations in raising the status of the Convention on the Rights of the Child from presidential decree to law.
  • The revision of Law on Child Protection and local regulations related to sexual exploitation of children to ensure that sexually exploited children receive restitution, compensation and rehabilitation.
  • The availability of the national plan of action for the elimination of sexual exploitation of children through a presidential decree to ensure the availability of sustainable budget in the local and national budgets.
  • ECPAT Indonesia has a model for a sustainable advocacy work that can be used as a reference in doing advocacy works at provincial and national levels.

To raise public awareness of the elimination of demands for sexual exploitation of children



Main Activity
  1. Developing a guide and instrument for the prevention of sexual exploitation of children at sex buyer level.
  2. Establishing cooperation with a number of tourism and recreation industries in promoting the prevention of sexual exploitation of children at sex buyer level.
  3. Developing IT-based and conventional strategies to raise public awareness of the issue
    Building IT-based and conventional capacity for child protection.
  • Developing a guide and instrument for the prevention of sexual exploitation of children at sex buyer level.
  • Building a strategic partnership with a number of tourism and recreation industries to promote the prevention of sexual exploitation of children.
  • Developing IT-based and conventional strategies to raise public awereness of the issue.
    Building IT-based and conventional capacity for child protection.
  • Improving young people participation in CSEC elimination
  • The availability of a module and instrument for the prevention of sexual exploitation of children at sex buyer level.
  • The establishment of cooperation between ECPAT Indonesia and a number of tourism and recreation industries which may facilitate the incidence of sexual exploitation of children.
  • The availability of a formula and tool for the use of ECPAT Indonesia’s information technology in the future, especially to prevent online sexual exploitation of children.
  • The availability of programs and tools that can be easily used by children, teachers and parents
    The increasing number of young people who are aware of and actively participate in CSEC elimination.

IV. To encourage the development of a mechanism that is integrated with human rights to improve the implementation of the Optional Protocol to the CRC on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography



Main Activity
  1. Encouraging government to immediately implement the Optional Protocol to the CRC on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.
  2. Writing an alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, especially for cluster 8, by civil society organizations
  • Advocating government to immediately implement the Optional Protocol to the CRC on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.
  • Advocating for policy changes through the writing of an alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, especially for cluster 8, by civil society organizations.
  • The success of ECPAT Indonesia and its partners in establishing a team to monitor the implementation of the Optional Protocol.
  • The availability of an alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, especially for cluster 8, and the implementation of dialogues about the report with civil society organizations and the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

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