Turning the tide for child protection in Indonesia

04/9/2013 | IRINNews.org

Efforts to prevent child abuse in Indonesia must overcome challenges including social stigma and financial barriers to crime reporting, writes IRIN. Many Indonesians believe child abuse needn't be reported to the police. "We'll only solve this problem by going to its source and promoting good parenting skills, and through creating child-friendly cities," says Usman Basuni, a government official.

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