During 2019, There were 186 Cases of Violence Against Women and Children in Batam City
Nine of Batam City Anti-Trafficking Crime (TPPO) network of organizations held a year-end reflection on the handling of violence.
TRIBUNBATAM.id, BATAM - Nine of Batam City Anti-Trafficking Crime (TPPO) network of organizations held a year-end reflection on the handling of violence against women, children and migrant workers in Batam City, Thursday (12/12) on the 9th Floor of the Pacific Hotel, Batam.
Bring in several other speakers, the Regional Commission for Supervision and Protection of Children (KPPAD) of the Riau Islands, Eri Syahrial, Renata Subdit IV Ditreskrimum of the Riau Islands Regional Police, Ipda Yanti Harefa, Head of the Department of Women's Empowerment and Children of the Riau Islands, Ahmad Husaini and Representing the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) Batam City, Anwar Sadat also followed by several participants from other anti-TPPO activists.
Before the event starts, it starts with a joint prayer. Singing the national anthem Indonesia Raya, and dances with the title song "Stop Violence on Women and Children". After that, enter the discussion session. The four speakers explained the cases of violence against women, children and migrant workers. And in principle, agreed to fight violence.
Anwar Sadat explained, in terms of activities, journalists in Batam were quite helpful in exposing cases of violence. Nevertheless, as a noble profession, the man who served as a leader in one of the online media reminded the permissible and prohibited signs.
Meanwhile, based on data of violence collected by nine anti-TPPO networks during 2019, there were 186 people. With details of TPPO and Migrant as many as 91 people, 54 women and 41 children.
The Coordinator of the Kepri Peace and Pastoral Migrant Justice (KKP-PMP) Commission for the Riau Islands, Pastor Chrisanctus Paschalis Saturnus, said Batam as a transit city did need more nimble handling. To prevent and fight violence against women, children and migrant workers.
As is known, this event has been started since November 25-December 12 2019. Nine of these forums include, the Commission for Peace Justice and Pastoral Migrant Migrant Overseas (KKP-PMP) Kepri, P2TP2A Batam City, Embun Pelangi Foundation, Rumah Faye, Viva Wanita Foundation, Gerhana Foundation, Lintas Nusa Foundation, LIBAK and Good Shepherd. (Leo)
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