Human Rights Based Law Protection Model for the Mental, Spiritual and the Healing Victims of Child Trafficking In Indonesia
Keywords:law protection, children, trafficking and human rights
Abstract: The protection needed by children to face the reality of being the victims of child trafficking is
not only physical protection, but mental, spiritual, and social healing as well. The punishment system still
focuses on criminals instead of the victims. The law protection model for the victims of child trafficking
in Indonesia is not comprehensive, so there is little chance that the victims get their rights. Although Act
Number 21 Year 2007 has guaranteed the victims’ rights, the chance to get their rights is relatively minimal.
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