Perdagangan orang merupakan kejahatan terbesar ketiga di seluruh dunia yang di yakini menghasilkan triliyunan dolar setiap tahunnya[1]. Berkaitan dengan Eksploitasi Seksual Komersial Anak (ESKA), fakta menunjukkan bahwa hampir 80 persen perdagangan orang di suluruh dunia adalah untuk tujuan eksploitasi seksual[2] dan diperkirakan 1.2 juta anak diperdagangkan secara global untuk tujuan eksploitasi seksual dan tujuan lainnya setiap tahun[3].

Di Indonesia, diperkirakan 100 ribu anak dan perempuan diperdagangkan untuk tujuan seksual setiap tahunnya[4] dan yang mengejutkan adalah 30 persen dari perempuan yang bekerja untuk pelacuran di Indonesia berusia di bawah 18 tahun dimana secara khusus diperkirakan 40-70 ribu anak Indonesia menjadi korban eksploitasi seksual komesial setiap tahun[5].

[1] UNODC, 2009, Source
[2] UNODC, 2009, Source
[3] UNICEF, 2007, Source
[4] UNICEF. Source. [accessed March 2009]
[5] Human Trafficking. Source. [accessed March 2009]

Who We Are

ECPAT Indonesia is a national network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate child prostitution, child pornography, and trafficking of children for sexual purposes with 22 members 2 individuals in 11 provinces in Indonesia. The network was initiatively established by a number professionals and organizations committing to work together against CSEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children) in 2000.

ECPAT Indonesia is the official network member of ECPAT International (www.ecpat.net) that works across 75 countries in the world. Our affiliation to the international network was started in 2005and registered as the National Group for Indonesia in the beginning of 2012. As a part of a global network, ECPAT Indonesia is involved in the implementation of various initiatives on key issues at both national and regional level. The involvement of the national coalition is to be followed by the members at provincial level on behalf of the national initiatives.

Our commitment is strengthen national actions in the efforts to prevent and eliminate CSEC within the country by building collaboration with crossed-sectoral key stakeholders include civil society actors and broader child rights organisations, academics, professionals, government bodies, private sectors, international agencies and many more. Our presence is to ensure the state community and the government to take serious action addressing this severe crime.


Every child in Indonesia is free and protected for any forms of commercial sexual exploitation and the fulfillment of fundamental rights of the children is guaranteed by the whole elements of the society and government.
Mission towards members:
To build strong commitment and cooperation, adequate capacity, and broader network in every effort to combating CSEC

Mission towards society:
To build and raise awareness, cares, critical value and participation of society at large, children, and young people to work together in combating CSEC

Mission towards government:
To encourage the government to commit and make tangible efforts at both administrative and legal affairs to combating CSEC in Indonesia

What We Do

  • Advocacy works towards government agencies and key stakeholders at national and provincial levels on policies, regulations and legal reform to strengthen the national plan of action for the elimination of CSEC
  • Capacity building for members and relevant strategic groups on CSEC through technical supports, trainings and workshops
  • Data collection on the situation of CSEC through series of baseline surveys, rapid assessments and researches
  • Dissemination of any information on CSEC through socialization, seminars, round table discussions and conferences
  • Raising public awareness on CSEC through developing campaign materials and communication tools

Our International Network and Support

  • International Alliance (ECPAT International)
  • Government agencies (Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Social Affairs, Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Foreign Affair)
  • International Organizations (UNICEF, kindernothilfe Germany, Mensen met een Missie Netherlands, Terre des Hommes, European Union)
  • Academics and Professionals ( Professors, lecturer, consultant, law practitioners, researchers, program specialists, etc)
  • Private Sectors (The Body Shop, ACCOR group)

Our Archievement

  • Join ECPAT International and the Body Shop global campaign on “STOP The Trafficking of Children and Young People”
  • Develop and launch the Indonesia A4A “Agenda for Action” Report
  • Accomplished ECPAT Indonesia’s first Universal Periodic Report for the 13th UPR Session 2011
  • Promote regional works to combat CSEC throughout the countries to ASEAN
  • Develop “Child Safe Organization” training series in Indonesia
  • Present several conferences on CSEC in Indonesia
  • Elected as Board Representative of ECPAT International for East Asia Region
  • Develop several publications of ECPAT International into Bahasa version

Our Strategic Programs

  • Advocacy
  • Prevention
  • Protection
  • Strengthening Capacity of Members
  • Strengthening Network and Communication

Our Board & Executives

Board of Trustees
Prof. Irwanto Ph.D (Guru Besar Unika Atma Jaya – Jakarta)
Achmad Marzuki (Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan JARAK)
Hening Budiawati (Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan SETARA)
Shoim Syahriati (Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan KAKAK)
Odi Shalahudin (Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan SAMIN)
Dede Suhendri (Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan LADA)

National Coordinator:
Ahmad Sofian

Secretariat Staffs:
Andy Ardian
Fitri Noviana
Ermelina Singereta
Rebana Adawiyah
Abdurrachman Wisnu
Rio Hendra
Oviani Fathul Jannah

Biografi Team ECPAT Indonesia

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