Joint Capacity Development Indonesia

The Down to Zero Programme, held on April 26-27 a Workshop, led by ECPAT Indonesia, Terres des Hommes and Plan International, to build the capacity of our implementing partners in engaging with private sectors to promote CSEC prevention, particularly SECTT. This activity was supported by the Ministry of Tourism who will consider the materials to be used in their activities with the community-based tourism groups. The Indonesia Tourism Board (called it GIPI), who is the umbrella of tourism business sector in Indonesia also attended the workshop and expressed their interest in continuing the collaboration.

In this workshop the DtZ used the final PS guideline (in Indonesian) provided by the Private Sector Working Group as one of the references.

We also developed a tool which can be used by the implementing partners when they give a presentation to private sectors or are having a conversation with small-scale/informal companies. It consists of background about business and child rights, the Indonesia legal framework concerning CSEC, examples of CSEC in the tourism sector (including hospitality, transportation, restaurant, street vendors, entertainment places) and what to do when they encounter indications of CSEC. The Private Sector guideline is also included on the last two pages as the tips to effectively engage with the Private Sector. We put The Code as well to explain this initiative's principles in CSEC prevention.  

*This tool is in Indonesian.



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Publish Date: May 6, 2019
Category: Last News / Ultimas noticias



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