• Clarita Cahyandari Fakultas Hukum Universitas Surabaya
  • Biasayudyah Sekar Wangi Fakultas Hukum Universitas Surabaya
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Keywords: Children, Bullying, Disability


Bullying is an act of violence and oppression committed by a strong party against a weak party, this action is repeated physically and verbally. This action is carried out with the aim of seizing power and by means of emotional attack which is done repeatedly against the victim. Where often children who become victims of violent bullying are children. Violence and bullying for children is still considered normal, so the handling is still not optimal. Several cases of bullying occur in many communities, both in the social and educational world, resulting in several negative impacts for the victims and also the perpetrators of bullying themselves. Moreover, this bullying behavior often affects children with disabilities. Whereas the protection of children with disabilities is regulated in the Child Protection Act. The commitment to recognize and protect the rights of children has been guaranteed in the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Article 28B paragraph (2), which states that every child has the right to live, grow and develop and has the right to protection from violence and discrimination. Even though there have been many laws and regulations related to children, their implementation in the field still shows the existence of various acts of bullying, especially in this case bullying against children with disabilities. This prompted us to discuss cases of bullying against children with disabilities in the school environment, and to initiate learning and play group programs for non-disabled children and children with disabilities who experienced bullying.


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