Regulation Of The Minister Of The Ministry Of Women Empowerment And Child Protection Number 10 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kementerian Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak Nomor 10 Tahun 2011

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Microsoft Word-bn857-2011 REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 857, 2011 MINISTRIES WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT and CHILD PROTECTION. Children In Need Special. Policy Handling. REGULATION of the MINISTER of STATE for WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT and CHILD PROTECTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 10 in 2011 ABOUT the CHILDREN in NEED SPECIAL HANDLING POLICY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY STATE MINISTER of the EMPOWERMENT of WOMEN and CHILD PROTECTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that any children included children in need special entitled survival, grow and develop as well as the right to protection from violence and discrimination are guaranteed by the Constitution of 1945; b. that Act No. 23 of 2003 on the protection of Children requires that Countries and Governments to respect and guarantee the rights of each child without differentiating the physical and mental condition of the child; c. that the children in need special has yet to be fulfilled his rights either in an environment of family, school, and community because of the influence of social conditions and the limitation of the ability of the family; d. that in an effort to increase the role of Government and the community in fulfilling the rights of children in need of Special Handling Policy required Children in need special; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 2 d. that based on considerations on the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d and need to set rules of State Minister of the empowerment of women and child protection of the children in need Special Handling Policy; Remember: 1. Act No. 4 of 1979 on child welfare (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 in 1979, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3143); 2. Act No. 4 of 1997 on disability (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 9 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3670); 3. Act No. 39 of 1999 on human rights (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 165; An additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3886); 4. Act No. 23 of 2002 on child protection (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 109 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4235); 5. Act No. 19 in 2011 about the endorsement of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Convention on the rights of the disabled, Disability) (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 107 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5251); 6. Government Regulation Number 43 in 1998 about the efforts of Disabled Social Welfare Improvement (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 70 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3754); 7. Presidential Regulation number 5 in 2010 of the national medium term development plan in 2010 – 2014; 8. Presidential Decree Number 36 in 1990 about the endorsement of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (Convention on the rights of the child); 9. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 about the establishment and Adoption of a United Indonesia Cabinet Minister of State II; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 8573 decide: define: REGULATION of STATE MINISTER of the EMPOWERMENT of WOMEN and CHILD PROTECTION of the CHILDREN in NEED SPECIAL HANDLING POLICY. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. the child is someone who hasn't aged 18 (eighteen) years of age, including those still in the womb. 2. Children in need of special is the child who experienced the limitations/exceptionally good physical, mental, social, intellectual or emotional effect significantly in the process of growth and development compared to other children his age. 3. children in need of Special Handling is all activities to ensure and protect the rights of the child and the children in need special so they can live, grow, thrive and participate optimally in accordance with the dignity and the dignity of humanity. Article 2 of the Children in need Special Handling Policy can become a reference for ministries/agencies, provincial governments and district/city as well as the community in carrying out the programs and activities of related children in need special handling. CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTATION of article 3 (1) of the children in need Special Handling Policy covers the programs in the field of public education, training, job skills, health, protection and participation of children in need special. (2) the programs and activities referred to in paragraph (1) are formulated in accordance with the problems and needs that are necessary for the children in need special. Article 4 concerning the handling of Policy activities program Children in need special and the ministries/related agencies, provincial governments and district/city as well as the public who performs it as set out in the annex to this regulation of the Minister. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 4 Article 5 in carrying out the policy of Handling Children in need special, Deputy child protection Field: a. establish a working group on children in need of special handling; b. carrying out dissemination and advocacy to local governments and the public about the policies of Handling Children in need special; c. drafting of model child in need special handling for parents, family, and community; and d. the facilitation of the implementation of the activities of the children in need special handling. Article 6 (1) of the Working Group referred to in article 5 letter a aims to monitor, discusses the problems and barriers and synergize the implementation of the programme of measures and activities of the children in need special handling. (2) Working Group on Children in need of Special Handling as referred to in paragraph (1) carry out a meeting regularly at least 2 (two) times within 1 (one) year followed by all ministries/related agencies, public institutions involved in the implementation of the programmes and activities of the children in need special. Article 7 implementation of programs and activities Policies Children in need Special Handling in the area carried out by units of the device work area which hosts children's involvement with the Affairs of the relevant agencies and institutions of the communities in the area that is adapted to the basic tasks and functions of each. CHAPTER III the CLOSING PROVISIONS article 8 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 8575 to let everyone know, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on December 20, 2011 STATE MINISTER of the EMPOWERMENT of WOMEN and CHILD PROTECTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, LINDA AMALIA SARI Enacted in Jakarta on December 20, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 6 ATTACHMENT RULES STATE MINISTER OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT and CHILD PROTECTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 10 in 2011 ABOUT the CHILDREN in NEED SPECIAL HANDLING POLICY CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION a. BACKGROUND to every child including the child in need of a special right to survival , grow, and develop, as well as the right to protection from violence and discrimination. Guarantee of the rights given to a child in need this particular Article 28B listed in subsection (2) of the Constitution of 1945. In article 28 h of the Constitution of 1945 guarantee against any person for convenience and are entitled to special treatment to obtain the same benefits and opportunities in order to achieve equality and justice. This special treatment may also be given to the children in need special. Furthermore, in article 7 of the Act No. 4 of 1979 on child welfare mentioned that the disabled child has the right to obtain a special service to achieve a level of growth and development as far as the limit of the ability and the ability of the child. Later in Act No. 4 of 1997 on disability stated every disabled is entitled to obtain: a. education on all units, line, type, and level of education; b. employment and a decent livelihood in accordance with the type and degree of disability, education, and ability; c. equal treatment to play a role in development and enjoy the results of the result; d. aksebilitas in the framework of his independence; e. rehabilitation, social assistance, and maintenance of adequate social welfare; and f. the same rights to menumbuhkembangkan talent, ability, and her social life, especially for disabled children in the family environment and community. In order to meet the rights of disabled children, in particular law also mandates the Government Disability to perform the construction of efforts to increase social welfare of disabled persons through the setting of policy, coordination, counseling, www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2012, 8577 No. guidance, help, site licensing, and supervision. Act No. 23 of 2002 on child protection also requires the Government to fulfill the rights of the child in need special as contained in article 21 that reads the State and the Government's obligation and responsibility respecting and ensuring the rights of each child without a tribe, religion, race, class, gender, ethnic, cultural and linguistic, legal status of the child, the birth order of the child, and the physical and/or mental. In addition to this Presidential Decree Number 36 in 1990 about the endorsement of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (Convention on the rights of the child) as contained in article 23 of the Convention which requires the need for children who suffer from mental and physical disabilities to enjoy a decent life, increase confidence and facilitate the child's active participation in society. The State Government in particular guarantee that disabled children can obtain education, training, health care, service rehabiltasi, preparation for work and opportunities for recreation. The fulfillment of the rights of persons with disabilities/disability are enshrined also in article 41 paragraph (2) of Act No. 39 of 1999 on human rights which States that "every person who is disabled, elderly, pregnant women and children are entitled to obtain the convenience and preferential treatment". In 2011, Indonesia has ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Convention on the rights of persons with Disability) and Act No. 19 of 2011 which oblige the State to fulfill the rights of persons with disability, include the right to be free from torture or cruel, inhumane pelakuan, degrading human dignity, freedom from exploitation, violence and the treatment of wickedness, and have the right get a reverence for the physical and mental integrity based on similarities with other people. It includes the right of protection and social services in order to independence, as well as in emergencies. Although there is already a guarantee of the 1945 Constitution, the Child Protection Act, child welfare laws, Disability laws, and the Convention on the rights of the child for children in need of special children in need special rights turned out not completely fulfilled either in the family environment, in school, and the community. This is due because of the influence of social conditions and www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 8 limitation of the ability of the family. In the family environment of the child in need special to play, get an education, accessibility in the framework of his independence is still largely ignored by family members, even still there hidden, because it is considered a disgrace for the family. So is aksesibilitasi against children in need of special education, health, labour, and social organization of the services for children in need of special has not been optimal. Based on the above it is necessary the effort of improvement activities either undertaken ministries/agencies, provincial governments and district/city as well as the public and private that provide equality of opportunity and provide the needed services to children in need specialized in all aspects of life and livelihood. To it in order to carry out the presidential Regulation No. 5 of 2010 about the national medium term development plan in 2010 – 2014 handling policy required children in need special coordinating ministries/agencies, provincial governments and district/city in order to carry out the programs and activities for the protection and fulfillment of the rights of the child in need. B. LEGAL BASIS 1. Act No. 4 of 1979 on child welfare. 2. Act No. 4 of 1997 concerning the disabled. 3. Act No. 39 of 1999 on human rights. 4. Act No. 23 of 2002 on child protection. 5. Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building. 6. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system. 7. Act No. 23 of 2004 on the Elimination of domestic violence. 8. Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance as amended several times, the last by Act No. 18 of 2009 regarding changes to the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government. 9. Act No. 3 of 2005 about National Keolahragaan System. 10. Act No. 23 of 2007 about the Railways. 11. Act No. 23 of 2008 about the cruise. 12. Act No. 1 of 2009 about the flight. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 13 8579. Act No. 11 of 2009 about social welfare. 14. Act No. 22 of 2009 about traffic and Road Transport. 15. Act No. 25 of 2009 about public service. 16. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health. 17. Law number 19 in 2011 about the endorsement of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Convention on the rights of persons with Disability). 18. Government Regulation No. 2 of 1988 on Business prosperity for Children who have problems. 19. Government Regulation Number 43 in 1998 about the effort the increase of social welfare for the disabled. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local authorities and the regional Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota. 21. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2007 about religious education and religious affairs. 22. Presidential Decree Number 36 in 1990 about the endorsement of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (Convention on the rights of the child). 23. Presidential Instruction No. 3 of 2010 about Equitable Development 24. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 30/PRT/M in 2006 about the accessibility of facilities and technical guidelines in the wake of the building and the environment. 25. Regulation of the Minister of national education the number 34 in 2006 about the construction achievements of learners who have the potential intelligence and/or Special Talent. 26. Regulation of the Minister of national education the number 70 in 2009 about Inclusive Education for learners who Have Abnormalities and have a Potential intelligence and/or Special Talent. C. UNDERSTANDING 1. The child is someone who hasn't aged 18 (eighteen) years of age, including those still in the womb. 2. Children in need of special is the child who experienced the limitations/exceptionally good physical, mental, social, intellectual or emotional effect significantly in the process of growth and development compared to other children his age. 3. Children with disabilities Disability is the child who has the limitations of the physical, mental, intellectual or sensory in a prolonged period of time which, in interaction with the environment and the attitude of the society can meet barriers that make it difficult for the full and effective participation on the basis of equality. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 10 4. Children who are blind, are children who experience impaired vision in the form of a comprehensive or partial blindness. 5. Children are Deaf, is the child who suffered hearing loss either partially or thoroughly and usually have the barriers in language and speech. 6. Mental retardation, Children are children who have significant intelligence is under the average child her age and accompanied by an inability in the adaptation behavior that emerge in the course of development. 7. The son of Tunadaksa, was a child in general have an inability of the body to physically to perform bodily functions such as under normal circumstances. 8. The son of Tunalaras, is the child who has the problem of barriers in controlling emotions and social control as well as aberrant. 9. Children with impaired Concentration and Hyperactivity (GPPH) or Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is the son who suffered neurological and developmental disorder that is characterized by a set of problems in the form of impaired self-control, attention span, hyperactivity problems and impulsivitas that cause trouble behaving, of thinking and control your emotions. 10. Children with spectrum disorders Autisma or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), is a child who is misbehaving in three areas with different levels, namely the ability to communicate and social interaction and behavior patterns that are repetitive and stereotyped. 11. The son of Tunaganda, is the child who has two or more disorders so that needed special education services, mentoring and special learning tools. 12. Children are Learning Slowly (slow learner), is the child who has the intellectual potential of slightly below average but not including mental disorders. They took a long time and over and over again to be able to complete tasks academic and non academic. 13. Children with special learning difficulties (specific learning disabilities), is the son who experience barriers/irregularities on one or more of the basic psychological processes, such as the inability to hear, think, speak, read, write, spell and count. 14. Children with impaired communication, is the child who suffered a hambtan in effective verbal communication, as it is too late to talk, the use of languages under the age, a peculiarity in the articulation, the strange use of language, intonation/stuttering, sound quality, use of inappropriate words, self expression, and speech disorders. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


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Children with potential intelligence and/or special talents, is the child who has a high intelligence score (gifted) or they Excel in specific fields (the talented) such as the arts, sports, and leadership. 16. the inclusive Education is a regular education tailored to the needs of learners who have abnormalities and/or have the potential intelligence and special talents in regular schools in one unit are systemic. 17. the inclusive School is a regular school coordinating and integrating regular students and disabled students in the same program. 18. the Acceleration is an acceleration of the process (acceleration) study undertaken by learners who have extraordinary ability (superior) in order to achieve the targets of the national curriculum by maintaining the quality of education so as to achieve optimal results. 19. the supervising Teacher is the teacher who was assigned to help the children in need special in school learning inclusive. 20. child-friendly Facilities in need of special support facilities are aksesisibilitas children in need special. 21. Rehabilitation Services sourced power of society is social rehabilitation carried out within the family the social or tuna society which aims to change behavior and increase public awareness to be able to play an active role in efforts optimally social welfare for social tuna by using the resources and potential of the community with the coordination and cooperation between private or public participation and/or the Government. 22. Protection activities is to guarantee and protect children including children in need special so they can live, grow, growing and participate optimally in accordance with the dignity and the dignity of humanity 23. Special services are the various efforts undertaken to restore and develop the children in need special to obtain guidance, the fulfillment of the basic necessities, the granting of skill, education, grant/facilities and coaching so that they can grow and develop with unnatural good spiritually, physical and social. 24. children's Forum is an organization whose members the children who become pegurus organizational workshops, children or groups of children's activities and the like-based development of talents, interests, capabilities and utilization of free time. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 12 CHAPTER II ANALYSIS of the SITUATION of Children in need of special human is in fact to be met, valued, protected the rights of the asasinya and the high esteem the dignity and his dignity, as a creation of God Almighty. The fulfillment of the rights including coaching and development, not just intended for children in General, but also for the children in need special. Children in need children with disabilities including special disability is the child who experienced the limitations/exceptionally good physical, mental, intellectual, social and emotional needs of special services from parents, families, communities, and Governments, so that such children had the opportunity to flourish in accordance with the physical, mental and its potential. The number of children in need in Indonesia from year to year are likely to show an increase, but existing data has not been accurately detected. The results of the Survey Data and Information Center of Social Department in 2007, disabled population around 3.11% of Indonesia's total population. Children in need special requires special handling. Children in need special handling because of not only the physical condition/health and psychological, but also required an understanding of their potential to be developed seoptimal as possible. This includes the selection of the form of education, the right to life of society, and handling in everyday life, so that they can become citizens who are able to live independently, responsibly and to participate in development. Children in need special handling needs to be done early on, even still in the womb. In addition to covering the fulfillment of civil rights and freedoms, the rights of the family environment and alternative care, the right to education, basic health and welfare rights, children in need of special protection rights should also get special covers health, therapy and rehabilitation, education and training, legal protection, as well as the development of life skills (life skills) to live independently. Various legislation and policies have been compiled, but the fact that not all children in need of special fulfilled its due rights, this is indicated by the following facts: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85713  birth certificate based on Susenas data from the Central Bureau of statistics (BPS) year 2010 mentions of children aged 0-18 years of age numbered 79,729,824 people, recorded the toddler age children have birth certificate recently about 55% overall, while for the age of the child, the birth certificate of the child owned recently reached 35%, including the children in need special. On the deed also has not noted the information about the child is a child in need of a special or not.  Education based on data from the Directorate General of Education Ministry of national education (March 2010), the number of children in need in Indonesia as much as 324,000 people. Of these, 75,000 new children attending, while the rest have not yet fulfilled their education rights. With regard to the handling of children in need of special Ministry of national education has set national education Minister Regulation Number 70 in 2009 about Inclusive Education for learners who have abnormalities and have a potential intelligence and/or special talents by holding the school inclusive. However in practice the inclusive school is still constrained by a lack of regular school which hosts the program and the limited teacher companion for the children in need special teaching in inclusive. For smart kids gifted/exceptional totaling approximately 2.2% of the number of school age children, recently about the education 0.43 percent in accelerated classes. About 1 million children are intelligent/talented exceptional potential to support advances in science and technology, arts, culture and other fields have yet to get the education that is their right. The problem of education for children in need of special needs to be addressed seriously by the Government and society in order to satisfy the rights of the disabled in education as contained in article 5 Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system, which reads paragraph (1) "every citizen has the same rights to acquire quality education"; paragraph (2) read "citizens who have abnormalities of physical, emotional, mental, intellectual, social and/or eligible for special education"; subsection (4) "citizens who have special talents and intelligence potential eligible for special education". www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 14  Training job skills a child is entitled to education and skills training in accordance with ability and talent. The case for the children in need special. But in fact it is still a little established special training for children in need special. Training-training for children in need of special need to be designed according to needs and ability level of each type or specificity. For it is necessary that personnel understand and are able to organise training for the child, for example, a team of doctors and medical personnel, psychologists, and escort the children in need special.  a children in need special Participation in the family and in the learning process have not had the opportunity to convey his opinion related to the needs of the child itself, it often needs met without giving it a chance on children in need of special to convey his opinion. In addition the children in need special which has been successful in both the field of education, sports and the arts have not get rewarded when they have the good name of the scent of the nation and the State in the field of education, sports, and arts. In this sekearang society has been formed the forum of children in that forum where children can convey his opinion, but the boy's forums have not been fullest involves the children in need special.  Health condition of children in need of special medical services in Indonesia are currently not optimal, unpreparedness of parents accept and parenting in need special, yet its optimal health counseling service pre marriage, the limited information about the causes of the occurrence of disability in children in need special, not all health care facilities are in need of a special child-friendly, yet its optimal children in need special access health services, lack of availability of specialist services in the provinces and kabupaten/kota , the limited rehabilitation services for the children in need special. In addition at the school, children in need of special health services has been getting through School Health Programs (UKS) in Outstanding Schools (SLB), but the program has not been able to run optimally, so the children in need special do not get adequate health care. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2011, no. 85715 Still limited the holding of early detection and early intervention children in need special by health workers, parents, families and communities, causing many older people who did not know his son turned out to be a child in need including special, for example, to find out a child who experienced the eyesight and hearing turned out to be known since the boy was 3 months old baby was invited by way of speaking or showing the objects. If the baby is not responding, then it is likely the child experiencing the disorder in question. Therefore, knowledge of the detection and early intervention is very necessary to know whether a child experiencing eyesight, hearing or other distractions.  infrastructure and facilities of the State shall be obliged to give protection and prosperity to its people, including persons with disabilities as stated in the Constitution. But until now, the commitment as well as that norms exist in the Constitution has not yet been fully realized. Given the availability of infrastructure and facilities for children in need of special is still very limited. Special seating for people/children in need special yet evenly available on any public vehicle, so does road facilities specific to the person/child in need in public places such as shopping centres, banks, and other public places are not yet available.  Access education information the limited number of Outstanding Schools (SLB), resulting in many children in need of special education are untouched. The existence of the average new SLB there and reach out to district level only. As for the level of districts and villages, if there is, then, SLB was established by private parties who surely special for children in need who want to attend school that does not cost a little. These limitations led to many children in need of special living in district cannot access appropriate education needs.  a children in need of special protection based on the results of the study of the implementation of the children in need special handling is performed in four (4) provinces (East Java, West Kalimantan, South Sumatra, and DKI Jakarta) in 2010, the children in need special family environment at the moment, its existence is still a burden. Their presence is often regarded as a disgrace, curses, sin and karma, so the result in the www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 16 hidden. Conditions such as these prove the existence of the discrimination treatment still performed by families and communities in need of the special. Understanding parents who still low about the obligation of providing the opportunity and meet the same rights is one of the factors the existence of children in need of special not detected its presence. The presumption would be the existence of children in need of special is a burden, disgrace, calamity and curse, resulting in still a lot of parents, families and communities who hid it, so so children in need of special experience discrimination and unfulfilled right to obtain education and health as other children her age, including the right to obtain a birth certificate. This assumption also resulted in the children in need special get violence including neglect and pemasungan because these children often do destruction and could not be regulated as well as disturbing the surrounding environment. These problems above, influenced by various factors, among others; 1. Dissemination of related legislation children in need special intensive and continuous, so low commitment; 2. cross-sector Coordination and related agencies not optimal; 3. the quantity and quality of health service personnel, teachers and companion still needs to be improved; 4. Parents, families and communities has not been responsive all the rights of the child in need special; 5. The participation of children in need of special in decision-making related to him is still low; 6. Yet the presence of a child in need-specific prevalence data; 7. public service facilities and infrastructure (educational institutions, health services, transport, places to play, art and cultural activities, recreation, entertainment and sports, as well as other public facilities) not all friendly and accessible to children in need special; 8. The lack of socialization on the rights of the children in need special; 9. the Unpreparedness of parents accept and parenting in need special; 10. The limited rehabilitation services sourced power community for the children in need special; 11. Limited access to information about children in need of special education programs; 12. The limited skills of working skills for the children in need special; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 13 85717. The limited production results marketing children in need special; 14. The limited knowledge and information on reproductive health; 15. Less availability of specialist services for children in need in the province and district/city; 16. Still large number of violations against children in need special; 17. the lack of opportunities for children in need of special merit and awards for the children in need special achievers; 18. The lack of participation of children in need of special activities in a child. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 18 CHAPTER III TOWARDS a POLICY this policy was elaborated into the goals, principles, strategies, targets, and indicators as a reference implementation of the policy of handling children in need special. A. the PURPOSE of general purpose: Satisfy the rights of the children in need special to be able to live, grow and develop, and participate reasonably good physical, spiritual, and social events in accordance with the dignity and the dignity of humanity. Special purpose: 1. Enhance the role of the Government, local authorities and communities, families to meet the needs that are required for the children in need special. 2. Satisfy the children in need special identity and obtain the birth certificate. 3. Satisfy children in need special parenting gets from parents/family. 4. child in need will Satisfy the Ministry of education and health. 5. Protects children in need of special acts of violence and discrimination. 6. children in need of Special Meeting to participate. B. the PRINCIPLE of Children in need of Special Handling Policy refers to the general principle contained in the Convention on the rights of the child (CRC), namely: 1. Nondiskriminatif, i.e. the fulfillment of the rights of children in need of special is given to children in need of special entirely without discriminating based on tribal, religious background, race, gender, class and social status. 2. The best interests for the child, namely the improvement of education, health services, job training, welfare protection and accessibility, participation is given to the best interests for the child in need. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85719 3. Right of the child to life, survival, and flower growing, i.e. special service to the children in need special done to guarantee the rights and survival as well as the growing flower children in need special. 4. Respect for the views of the child, namely in providing special services to the children in need special especially regarding everything related to children in need of special done by involving the participation of children in need special so special anakberkebutuhan can enjoy the outcome or benefit from the services. 5. Safety and security, the fulfilment of children's rights in need specially implemented with attention to safety and security. C. children in need handling Policy STRATEGY specifically refers to the integrated approach, comprehensive and sustainable strategy as follows: a. the parties advocating to organizers of HER services; b. Facilitation of organization of protection of HER to ministries/agencies, local government, and Community Agencies; c. protection of HER Socialization to society; d. Streamline coordination with Central and regional stakeholders. e. empowerment of families and community-based fulfillment of the rights of the child in need. D. TARGET GROUP the target group of children in need of special handling policy is: a. the Ministries/Agencies; b. the Government of the region; c. public institutions/NGO; d. Organization of society and the driving force of the PKK; e. parent/family; f. World Business/private sector; g. Organization of the profession; h. Teacher supervisor; i. educational institutions, religious and customary; j. Mass Media; k. children's Forum. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2011, no. 857 20 e. INDICATORS indicators in children in need special handling policy is: a. the existence of children in need of special data are accurate; b. in this educational services to the children in need special covering access to information in need of special education programs; availability of teacher/special companion; and improving the infrastructure that provides convenience for the children in need special; c. Improved understanding and skills of parents, families, and communities in children in need special handling; d. improvement of education skills work and marketing results in need of special children's products; e. availability of health consultation service pre marriage and parenting children in need special; f. availability of health care facilities are in need of a special child-friendly, specialist health workers and health coverage that is easily accessed through the Jamkesmas; g. Availability of the care rehabilitation and rehabilitation services sourced power community; h. Protects children in need of special fulfillment asasinya; i. Increased opportunities and awards special children in need to Excel; j. Granting an appreciation for the achievements of children in need of special education, sports, and the arts; k. children in need special Involvement in this forum. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85721 CHAPTER IV PROGRAMS and ACTIVITIES a. children in need special handling Program Program handling children in need special include program which is required in accordance with the problems faced by children in need special. The program includes the following areas: 1. General a. availability of data and update accurate data regarding children in need special. b. Increasing knowledge and skills of parents/families, and communities in handling the children in need special. c. Aksebilitas for the children in need special on public facilities and infrastructure: transportation, facilities building/building and tourism. d. Increasing the children in need special has a birth certificate. e. the existence of consultancy services and care for the children in need special. f. availability of rehabilitation services sourced power community. 2. education a. availability of inclusive education. b. availability of SLB with adequate facilities and infrastructure. c. an increase in the availability of teachers/tutors children in need special. d. the availability of access to information about children in need of special education programs. 3. job skills training a. the presence of skills training and job skills for the children in need special appropriate interests, talents and abilities as well as the situation of the local conditions. b. marketing results provided the production of children in need special. 4. Health a. health counseling service pre marriage. b. the existence of health care facilities are in need of a special child-friendly. c. existence of ease of access to health for children in need through the provision of specialized jamkesmas. d. the availability of health care services, including specialised for the children in need special. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 22 5. Protection of the existence of protection for children in need of special rights abuses. 6. The participation of children in need Involvement a. specialized in children's activities as well as pertaining to the needs of children in need of special b. The existence of the opportunity to Excel and give awards for the children in need special achievers. B. activities of the implementation of the children in need special handling effort is divided into activities already initiated and implemented by ministries/related agencies, local government and Community institutions/NGO Business College based on the problems and needs of the children in need special. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85723 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 24 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85725 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 26 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85727 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 28 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85729 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 30 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85731 chapter V the ROLE of STAKEHOLDERS in the CHILDREN in NEED SPECIAL HANDLING in the implementation of programs and activities to children in need of special handling necessary role of parents/family, society, mass media, professional organizations, and businesses to realize the child protection services and in need of a special quality. The role of stakeholders in the children in need special handling is as follows: 1. The parents/families children in need special a. meet the basic rights of the children in need special in everyday life without discrimination. b. provide an opportunity to the children in need special to do activities independently. c. Supporting the implementation of the program of learning in schools. d. Berpartisispasi is active in the mensosialisaikan children in need in the various communities. e. inform the positive values of the ability of the children in need special to the community. f. Active in providing ideas in improving the quality of learning. g. working with others in the provision of learning resources. h. willing and instrumental in developing community sourced services. i. Establish and develop unity parent/family care children in need special. a. being able to know and sublimate the children in need special in the field of sport, the arts and education appropriate potential. k. gives the opportunity to the children in need special to state his views mainly relating to his needs. 2. The Forum of children by involving children in need special a. Voicing the needs of the children in need special policy makers. b. implementing the peer group education. c. Perform awareness building empathy and solidarity with fellow children. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 32 3. Community organizations and a team of Movers PKK a. as partners of the Government in supporting the implementation of the children in need special handling model. b. Build community awareness about the rights of the child in need. c. social policy will control the Government about handling children in need special and its implementation. d. to receive and follow up on reports of acts of violence, discrimination and exploitation that occurs in children in need special. e. Encourage national and international donor agencies provide assistance capacity building of HUMAN RESOURCES and facilities/tools for the children in need special. f. support and facilitate potential of children in need of special in the field of sport, the arts and education. 4. Private education institutions a. hosted a special in need child-friendly education. b. do the awareness to the school Committee and students about stewardship and protection of children in need special. c. Develop a referral system for the children in need special. d. build partnerships with parents/families of children in need in the learning process. e. Be inclusive education resource centers for children in need special. f. supporting and facilitating potential of children in need of special in the field of sport, the arts and education appropriate potential. 5. Mass Media a. disseminate information which is correct about the handling of the children in need special. b. disseminate information about healthcare, education for children in need of special social. c. Promotes laws and policies related to children in need special handling. d. Developing growth of the journalist/reporter-sensitive services and protection for children in need special. e. Undertake advocacy and monitoring of the implementation policy of handling children in need special. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85733 6. Religious institutions a. Disseminating the right information and the right of the children in need special handling. b. provide access to children in need special on religious activities. c. Develop training and coaching for families who have children in need special on any religious facility. 7. indigenous Institutions a. Disseminating the right information and the right of the children in need special handling. b. provide access to children in need special on custom events. c. Develop training and coaching for families who have children in need special on any custom event facilities. 8. Business/private a. internships and work opportunities to the children in need special who has the skills and expertise. b. develop corporate social responsibility (corporate social responsibility/CSR) for children in need special handling, such as the provision of tools, development of community-based rehabilitation, treatment and rehabilitation assistance, scholarships for children in need special. c. Developing private health facilities are friendly children in need special. d. Develop private education institutions are in need of a special child-friendly. 9. Professional organizations a. Organizes programs that support socialization about handling children in need special. b. disseminate information concerning children in need special. c. Develop a method of early detection of children in need of special that is easily understood by the public. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2011, no. 857 34 CHAPTER VI MONITORING, evaluation, and REPORTING to optimize the implementation of the policy of handling of Children in need of special well done ministries/agencies, local governments and community agencies/NGOS, need to be implemented in the form of surveillance monitoring and evaluation through meetings facilitated the coordination of child protection as a Field Deputy programme coordinator handling activities children in need special. Coordination meetings to find out the extent to which the programs and activities of the children in need special handling has been implemented ministries/agencies, local governments and community agencies/NGOS. Monitoring is done at least done 2 (two) times a year at once asked for a written report every 6 (six) months, asking for certain things in the insindentil report and review the report per semester has been granted with the final reports. With regard to programmes and activities conducted in the area, then on behalf of local governments, the unit dealing with child protection in the area of monitoring and evaluation. Monitoring in the area is carried out in accordance with a tiered hierarchy of functions ranging from the Centre, the province up to the kabupaten/kota. Monitoring can be done by using the monitoring device in the form of a list of questions, interviews, as well as visits to the units that carry out the activities of the children in need special handling to see directly the activities of HUMAN RESOURCES and infrastructure are available as well as the obstacles faced in terms of handling children in need special. The evaluation is done by looking at how to request annual work plan handling children in need special, ask for the results of the execution of the tasks, do a comparison between the planning and results of the work achieved in the activities of the children in need special handling. The results of the evaluation can be used by the Government and local authorities as a consideration in improving its performance. The evaluation is carried out by means of process data monitoring and reporting results of a tiered and performed periodically every 6 months or as required. After evaluation conducted a follow-up in the form of coaching to improve performance. The unit dealing with child protection at the local Government submit a report about the children in need special handling pelaksananaan to local governments. The report was delivered after the surveillance results known in the form of monitoring and evaluation has been done, as well as changes to the activities and children's services in accordance with the evaluation that has been delivered. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 85735 Reports delivered both in the form of a progress report (progress report) and year end report (annual report). The report was drawn up, either at the request of the Government or the local authorities or on the initiative of the unit dealing with child protection. The results of this reporting will be used to measure the implementation of the activities of the children in need special handling has been done by implementing each activity and service. Report on the implementation of the activities of the children in need special handling that implemented local government Districts/cities submitted to the provincial government with a copy to the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of women empowerment and child protection. For a report on the implementation of the children in need special handling activities carried out in the provincial government delivered to the Ministry of the Interior Ministry of women empowerment with copy and child protection. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2011, no. 857 36 CHAPTER VII children in need special Handling COVER aims to realize the existence of the respect, protection and fulfilment of the rights of children in need special so children can grow and develop optimally. Through this policy is expected to build on the commitment of all parties so that the available budget is adequate and continuous real steps for children in need of special handling as a whole, both in Ministries/Agencies, the Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, society, mass media, professional organizations, and the business world. Coordination and cooperation between the various parties both at the Central, provincial, and district/city is the main precondition for the implementation of this policy. The Central Government, provincial government, and the Government district/city, as well as other stakeholders need to build a shared commitment in the children in need special handling. Thus the program or activity that is implemented will contribute to the respect, protection and fulfilment of the rights of children in need special. STATE MINISTER of the EMPOWERMENT of WOMEN and CHILD PROTECTION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, LINDA AMALIA SARI www.djpp.depkumham.go.id