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Annual Report 2013

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Annual Report 2013

  1. 1. Annual Report 2013 ECPAT Indonesia End Child Prostitution, Child Phornography, and Trafficking od Children for Sexual Purposes FIGURE : CAPTION DESCRIBING PHOTO OR IMAGE1 Secretariat Office Komp. Kalibata Indah, Lobi-Lobi U 19 Jl. Rawajati Timur, Pancoran – Jakarta Selatan Phone/ Fax : +62 21 794 3719 Website : www.ecpatindonesia.org
  2. 2. AnnualReport2013 1 Table of content 1 Overview 2 Strengthening Internal Management ECPAT Indonesia and Direct Service Program 3 Strengthening ECPAT Indonesia in Investigating, Monitoring and Reporting Cases of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Indonesia 3 Research Program on Reducing Trafficking o f C h i l d r e n in ChildFund Working Areas 4 Research program on the Scope and Magnitude Online Sexual Violence against Children in Indonesia 5 Regional Conference: Legal Protection Of Victim of Sexual Explitation Againts Children In Southeast Asia 5 Prevention of Trafficking in Persons Crime (TPPO) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in East Jakarta 6 Establishment of Youth Organization with Purpose to Improve Youth Advocacy and Participation 7 Desseminating of ECPAT Indonesia Activities through Social Media and web of ECPAT Indonesia 8 Summary of Financial Statement 9 Succeses and Lesson Learn 10 Challanges 10 Table Of Content
  3. 3. AnnualReport2013 2 VISION 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 goverment. MISION 1. Mission towards members : To build strong commitment and cooperation, adequate capacity, and broader network in every effort to combating CSEC. 2. 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.. 3. Mission towards government : To encourage the government to commit and make tangible efforts at both administrative and legal affairs to combating CSEC in Indonesia. Annual Report ECPAT Indonesia 2013 Overview ECPAT Indonesia is an organization who concern in protecting child especially who involved in commercial sexual exploitation accordance to ECPAT stands for End Child Prostitution, Child Phornography, and Trafficking od Children for Sexual Purposes. ECPAT Indonesia is one and only representative of ECPAT International in Indonesia and has vision and mision not only for members but also for society and goverment. ECPAT Indonesia also has conducted various events in 2013 to fulfill its purposes accordance to vision and mision. These following activities that has conducted by ECPAT Indonesia in 2013.
  4. 4. AnnualReport2013 3 This program is a serial activities to increase capacity of ECPAT Indonesia in managerial and strengthening programs of ECPAT Indonesia cooperation with The Body Shop. ECPAT Indonesia held internal meeting with staff of ECPAT Indonesia and board meeting to discuss and design program of ECPAT Indonesia, and then national forum (MUNAS – Musyawarah Nasional) with ECPAT members around Indonesia in Januari 2014. Beside that, there are a web training, the making of Standtard Operasional Procedure (SOP), and management revitalization with ECPAT Consultant, Mr. Indrajit. ECPAT Indonesia also conducted direct service program that is conducted by ECPAT member, Bandungwangi in Jakarta to improve child victims of sexual exploitation. There are 2 form of program in this direct service. 1. Skill training that oriented to work that is conducted in the form of orientation building, the skill training in comestic industry and fashion fasilitated by The Body Shop Indonesia, and on-job training in cosmetic and fashion company. 2. Skill training that oriented to bussines with making batik that is held in the form of orientation building, making batik training, production and marketing management training, and production and marketing. This sustainability program is supported by MM Netherlands (Mensen met een Missie Netherlands) and has been entered to the second period for 1 (one) year ahead. In the first period which was completed in November 2013, Legal aid service unit of ECPAT Indonesia has designed SOP , Leaflet, dan Factsheet. The socialization of legal aid service unit ECPAT Indonesia; assistance of victims, Training Batik Program Strengthening ECPAT Indonesia in Investigating, Monitoring and Reporting Cases of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Indonesia Strengthening Internal Management ECPAT Indonesia and Direct Service Program
  5. 5. AnnualReport2013 4 network meeting, and audience with police and some related agencies. Legal aid service unit has been succesfully handle 8 cases in Jakarta, Bali, and Palembang. It also has been succesfully arranging MoU with local Police, police resort, and head of woman and child protection unit in police headquarter This second period is more concern to legal protection of child victims of sexual exploitation and advocacy of law harmonizatation about sexual exploitation of children that is accordance to Optional Protocol on the sale of children, child pornography and child prostitution, and the improvement of ability and capability law enforcers in handling commercial sexual exploitation of children cases. The program lasted for about 6 months from November 2012 - April 2013 and supported by ChildFund and working on 3 (three) areas of research, namely: West Jakarta and Tangerang, Central Java and East Nusa Tenggara. The main activities of the program are collects primary data from the target respondents consisted of children who are victims / survivors of human trafficking activities with different objectives, and collect primary data from key office holders for the issue in each of the study areas including government, social organizations, community leaders, and so forth. Overall the program aims to capture the situation of child trafficking in the Childfund region and to design intervention programs that are relevant to the problem that includes prevention, protection and / or empowerment. Programs lasted approximately three months from July - September 2013 and supported by the TDH. This research was conducted in three regions, Bandung, Surabaya, and Jakarta. The program activites are study document, questionnaires, FGD, interviews to collect data premiere of the target respondents consisted of children, related stakehorder, social and governmental organizations. Research Program on Reducing Trafficking o f C h il d r en in ChildFund Working Areas Research program on the Scope and Magnitude Online Sexual Violence against Children in Indonesia One of the cases that handled by ECPAT
  6. 6. AnnualReport2013 5 This research aims to identify and map the situation of children who are involved in online child sex crimes in Indonesia and to develop program recommendations addressed to TDH-NI in tackling the problem of online sexual crimes to children. There are a total of 28 respondents, 15 focus group discussions, and 15 questionnaires in this research. The coference is held on 23-24 october 2013 in Mercure Hotel, Nusa Dua, Bali in cooperation between ECPAT Indonesia and Frence Embassy and supported by TDH, MM-N, IFI, AFP, UNICEF dan ACCOR. The conference aims to build cooperation in improving legal system of countries in Southeast Asia which have not delivered protection for victims of sexual crimes against children To deliver lesson learn on best practices of countries which have been practicing protection for victims of sexual crimes against children through restitution and compensation mechanism. The event was attended by 19 participants from 10 countries and Regional Conference: Legal Protection Of Victim of Sexual Explitation Againts Children In Southeast Asia Regional Conference Forum Group Discussion
  7. 7. AnnualReport2013 6 19 speakers that fill the conference in six panels. Along with this conference also held a photo exhibition from photographer Romania, Alexandra Radu with 30 photos portraying the lives of girls trapped in prostitution in Indramayu, Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya. As a follow-up action of this conference, ECPAT Indonesia held a "Workshop on Legal Protection for Victims of Sexual Exploitation against children" in Auditorium Adhiyana, Wisma Antara on 17 December 2013 with 30 participants aimed to discuss the results of the conference in Bali with key stakeholders, to arrange a follow-up plan, and to design strategic steps from recommendations from the conference in Bali. The event was opened by Mr. Ali Khasan, as representatives from Ministry of Women’ Empowerment and Child Protection. The event is filled by Ahmad Sofyan from ECPAT Indonesia, Mrs. Cahyani Suryandari, SH, MH from Ministry of Justice and Human RIght, and Mrs. Catherine Indrayani from Police Headquarters. The program is supported by Ministry of Education and Culture and implemented by Legal aid service unit ECPAT Indonesia as a form of prevention of trafficking in persons crimes (TPPO – Tindak Pidana Perdagangan Orang) and Prevention of Trafficking in Persons Crime (TPPO) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in East Jakarta Forum Group Discussion Workshop of Legal Protection Auction of Photo Exhibition
  8. 8. AnnualReport2013 7 CSEC in East Jakarta. In collaboration between ECPAT and Bandungwangi to run this program which aims to provide information to the community about the dangers of human trafficking can happen around us and also to provide information on how to report if they seeing cases like this. The program is divided into three parts, the first is Group Discussion (FGD), which was held on the 9th november 2013 and discuss the issues of human trafficking and its prevention. The second is the legal training to enhance the public understanding in handling trafficking cases were held on 29 November 2013. Last is the dissemination of prevention trafficking in persons crime (TPPO) and CSEC in east Jakarta that held on the 19th of December, through this program we hope it can be useful to the community in efforts to prevent trafficking in persons and also raise awareness of human trafficking that could happen around the neighborhood. After establishing youth organization succesfully named KOMPAK Jakarta in 2010, ECPAT Indonesia regenerate for second batch for KOMPAK Jakarta II that inagurated on september 14, 2013 in University of Indonesia that supported by ECPAT Internasional. Legal trainingPrevention of Trafficking in Persons Crime&CSEC Sosialization Establishment of Youth Organization with Purpose to Improve Youth Advocacy and Participation
  9. 9. AnnualReport2013 8 KOMPAK Jakarta II consist of 12 members with 7 boys and 5 girls and the chief of KOMPAK Jakarta II is Derry Fahrizal from University of Indonesia, before inaguration, they is given basic knowladge about trafficking and CSEC from ECPAT and ECPAT’s members. On november 16, 2013, Ahmad Sofyan as national coordinator of ECPAT shared information about CSEC and also inagurated KOMPAK Jakarta II. Then, the members of KOMPAK Jakarta II visited ECPAT”S members to get more information about trafficking in persons and CSEC and also to introduce themselves as a new KOMPAK Jakarta. They visited YKAI and Bandungwangi on december 9, 2013 and KPAI on december 19,2013. ECPAT Indonesia disseminated activities through the official web ECPAT Indonesia and social media such as facebook and twitter. All of these social media was made in 2012. Facebook until now has reached 264 people, while reaching 284 twitter followers. ECPAT also designed newsletter during 2013. This newsletter is distributed via the web, social media and mailing. The newsletter itself has entered the 8th edition of this December edition, whereas the newsletter began in April 2013. At first, this Desseminating of ECPAT Indonesia Activities through Social Media and web of ECPAT Indonesia The inaguration of KOMPAK Jakarta II Total page likes
  10. 10. AnnualReport2013 9 newsletter only use Indonesian language, but starting in December this will be made into a bilingual, Indonesian and English. Summary of Financial Statement MM-Nederland; 108.250.000 ; 7% ChildFund; 172.632.600 ; 11% The Boddy Shop Indonesia; 308.600.000 ; 19% Terre Des Hommes - TDH; 103.055.000 ; 6% Kedutaan Prancis,TDH, AFP,UNICEF & MM- N; 903.261.799 ; 55% KEMENDIKBUD; 40.000.000 ; 2% ECPAT Founding Sources in 2013 MM-Nederland ChildFund The Boddy Shop Indonesia Terre Des Hommes - TDH Kedutaan Franscis,TDH, AFP,UNICEF & MM-N KEMENDIKBUD
  11. 11. AnnualReport2013 10 Succeses and Lesson Learn  Public trust towards ECPAT Indonesia through legal aid service unit has been running well in handling CSEC cases against children with number 8 cases in Jakarta, Bali and Palembang who has handled Pelhuk ECPAT.  Legal aid service unit ECPAT has designed MoUs with local Police, Police resort, Police Headquarters and Chief of woman and child protection unit. Legal aid service unit also will organize child friendly training for law enforcers.  Establishment of youth organizations in helping ECPAT Indonesia to run its programs and also strengthen the participation of young people in combating CSEC and trafficking.  Social media ECPAT Indonesia has managed to get a positive response from the public. The evident is from the number of followers that have reached 264 people for facebook and followers of twitter are 284. ECPAT has published 8 e-newsletter from April-December 2013.  Through a number of programs and activities, ECPAT Indonesia has managed to make some collaboration and cooperation with various sectors include NGOs, Governments, International Organizations, Private Sector, law enforcement, and others at both national and regional, including efforts for amend laws of legal protection for child victims of sexual exploitation and production of training modules for law enforcers in handling cases of child. Challenges  Commitment for the collaboration of various government agencies, public and private sectors, to combating sexual exploitation of children is one aspect that needs to be developed continuously. The problems of sexual exploitation of children need more encouragement from all sides as a serious problem faced by the children and the right methodology in handling it should be developed in a comprehensive manner so that the problems are resolved as soon as possible.  The lack of human resources and the availability of supporting institutions is still a significant obstacle in developing the program.  The implementation of ratification the optional protocol is a challenge and an opportunity for ECPAT for the changes to national legislation and national policy can be directed and focused.  Submission of amendments to the legislation that deal with legal protection for child victims as well as the application of law enforcers education in order child-friendly in handling cases of children is also a challenge for ECPAT.  Incorporate the role of media as a campaign about this issue to the public still needs further coordination.

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