Child Exploitation: Justice
and Legal Protection for Child Victims

Child exploitation refers to using children to benefit others, satisfaction or profit, which often results in children’s unfair, cruel and harmful treatment. Elucidation of Article 13 paragraph (1) letter b of the Child Protection Law states that exploitation treatment includes exploiting, using, or extorting children for personal, family, or group gain. In general, there are two recognized forms of child exploitation

Writer: Patricia Cindy Andriani
Editors: Rheka Rizqiah Ramadhani, Nadia Amani Alya
Translators: Clarissa Cita Magdalena, Hasna Fatina Sakinah Abdul Kadir