Meningkatnya Kasus Kekerasan Terhadap Anak Selama Pandemi Corona virus disease 19 Indonesia
Since 2020, the entry of Corona virus disease -19 in Indonesia has changed
the order of life in this country. The Corona Virus pandemic has had a
negative impact on Indonesia in various aspects of life. The government
has set restrictions on activities outside the home to minimize the spread of
the virus, but this has actually led to an increase in cases of criminal acts,
especially violence, especially children as victims. The sad thing is that this
case of violence against children is carried out by those closest to them,
namely parents and family. Learning from home and termination of
employment triggers parental emotions that have fatal consequences for
children. cases of violence against children during the pandemic continue
to increase, but the exact number of cases cannot be determined. Many
consider the violence experienced by children as a family matter and does
not need to be interfered with by the authorities. Indonesia has actually
regulated legal protection for children, but in fact it is still being ignored.
The purpose of writing this article is to identify child violence that occurs,
the legal protection provided, as well as any solutions or programs that can
be used to minimize cases of child violence.
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