04 February 2023

#JagaBareng

This could happen to you, your child, or someone close to you...  The growth of the internet and digital devices have changed many aspects of our lives and the lives of children and adolescents. Today, as many as 95% of  children aged 12-17 years old in Indonesia are online at least twice a day. The internet does have its benefits, whether to…, Icon emoji confused Children may experience changes in their behavior, such as..., Self-harm  Eating disorder  Sleeping disorder  Risky behavior, including the use of drugs and alcohol Risk of becoming a victim again or even a perpetrator in the future  (Source: NSPCC, 2017) , Icon emoji panic Online child sexual exploitation and abuse could also affect child’s psychological condition, such as..., Ashamed and worthless Self-blaming  Trauma or panic attack  Loneliness  Anxiety disorder  Depression  Trust issues  Insecurity  (Source: NSPCC, 2017)    , Icon emoji surprised Furthermore, children may also experience changes in their perception of..., Opposite sex  Sexual interactions  Themselves  Relations with others  (Source: NSPCC, 2017)  What can you do to protect yourself Share positive content and messages online  Never share your personal information online to a stranger, including your home address or where you go to school  Be careful when accepting friend requests on social media,…, Icon parents If you are parents or caregivers..., Accompany your children when they access the internet  Engage children in an open and friendly discussion to agree on some ground rules, including how many hours per day they can use the internet and their devices, which sites/social media/games that are safe to be accessed, and the use of parental control features in their device/application/…, Icon teachers If you are teachers..., Guide your students to use the internet for positive activities  Be ready to support students if they experience unpleasant things online  Continue to equip yourself with updated information regarding online child sexual exploitation and abuse , Icon adolescents If you are a fellow adolescent..., Give each other positive examples when using the internet  Actively share information related to risks and dangers of the internet  Willing to be open with each other when experiencing unpleasant things online  What can we do when you or someone you know experienced sexual exploitation and abuse? The first thing we need to do is to report it to…, Icon self If you were the one experiencing, you need to..., Tell someone you trust about what happened  Not blame yourself for what happened  Keep evidence of the incident and give it to the person you trust  Seek help from a counselor who can help you heal from the trauma and assist you throughout the journey  Join a support group if you feel it is helpful, Icon friend As a friend, you need to..., Listen to their story Trust and side with them  Provide full support Recommend where and how they can get the support or services they need Not to joke about it , Icon parent As parents, you need to..., Trust and give full support to them  Follow up the case calmly but firmly  Accompany your children during the entire process of investigation and recovery  #JagaBareng Workshop Let's see all the productive and fun sessions happening during #JagaBareng online and offline workshop! Useful resources Icon phone Hotline SAPA 129  Call SAPA 129 hotline…