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KPAI and PB Djarum have made agreements regarding the club's annual badminton selection during a meeting with Minister Imam today, September 12.
YLKI stated that KPAI and Lentera Anak Foundation did not demand the suspension of PB Djarum's annual badminton, but rather logo changes.
KPAI responds to the decision made by the Djarum Foundation upon halting PB Djarum's annual badminton trial.
Mohammad Ahsan reacts to the halted PB Djarum badminton trial cup - associated with cigarette-giant Djarum - as of 2020.
Indonesian scout movement or Pramuka is one of the main pillars to create an anti-hoax generation, said the KPAI head.
The Child Protection Commission (KPAI) demanded Djarum Foundation stop the audition of badminton scholarship, which it deemed as child exploitation.
Teachers Association (PGRI) head Unifah Rosyidi said that training for teachers is necessary to create child-friendly schools.
KPAI head Susanto says the awards will be specially bestowed to former presidents Megawati Soekarnoputri and Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY).
KPAI commissioner Sitti Hikmawati said that electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes increased the possibility of children to be exposed to illegal drugs
The importance of sternly monitoring children operating smartphones was addressed by the KPAI in order to overcome issues of smartphone addiction.
There were children from Tasik who were brought to Jakarta by their `ngaji` (Quran recitation) teacher to follow along the May 22 riot.
The Social Ministry's children rehabilitation director, Kanya Eka Santi, says the ministry oversees 52 children involved in the deadly May 2 riot.
Police have created a fact finding team to investigate the deaths of teenagers during a clash on May 22
The Indonesian Children's Protection Commission (KPAI) said there need to be harsher punishments for child abusers.
The Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) expressed deep concern in light of the persecution case against a junior high student in Pontianak.
KPAI and KPPAD are urged to defend a persecution victim, a junior high student, who brutally beaten by 12 people in Pontianak through a petition.
KPAI received reports on 57 cases of child sexual exploitations and 52 cases of child trafficking last year.
National Commission for Child Protection (KPAI) suggested the government design a particular school curriculum in the disaster-affected area.