Holistic Integration: The Efforts Legal Protection for Children Challenge of Support Victim
Keywords:child, victimization, cyberbullying, protection
Objective: The objective of this study is to analyze the shared responsibility of the community, state, and government in ensuring the growth and development of children, especially in the context of challenges posed by the pandemic. The study aims to explore the legal framework and regulations in place to protect the basic rights of children, emphasizing the importance of providing an environment conducive to their future growth and development.
Method: This research adopts a normative juridical approach, focusing on the analysis of legislation and relevant secondary data. The study examines existing laws and regulations pertaining to the protection of children's rights, with a particular orientation toward understanding the legal frameworks established by the government. The method also involves studying regional regulations and academic initiatives such as forming task forces and providing psychologist counseling.
Result: The research reveals that the government, both at the national and regional levels, has implemented laws and regulations to ensure the growth and development of children. These legal frameworks encompass various aspects, including education, social support, and psychological well-being. Additionally, the study identifies the establishment of task forces and counseling programs as proactive measures taken to address the challenges faced by children, especially in the academic field. These initiatives reflect the government's commitment to providing comprehensive support to children, even amidst the disruptions caused by the pandemic.
Conclusion: In conclusion, the study underscores the shared responsibility of the community, state, and government in safeguarding the future of children, particularly in the face of challenges like the pandemic. Through the implementation of laws, regulations, and regional initiatives, efforts are being made to ensure that children's basic rights are protected and that they have access to necessary support systems. The establishment of task forces and counseling programs further emphasizes the commitment to the holistic development of children. However, continuous efforts and adaptability in policies are crucial to addressing evolving challenges and ensuring that children receive the best possible environment for their growth and development.
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