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Original name: Keputusan Presiden Tentang Rencana Aksi Nasional Penghapusan Perdagangan (Trafiking) Perempuan Dan Anak.
Name: Presidential Decree No. 88 Year 2002 on the National Plan of Action on the Elimination of Trafficking in Women and Children.
Country: Indonesia
Subject(s): Elimination of forced labour
Type of legislation: Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)
Adopted on: 2002-12-30
Entry into force:
ISN: IDN-2002-M-91592
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Ministry of Empowerment of Women and Child Protection, Kementerian Pemberdayaan Perempuan Dan Perlindungan Anak Republik Indonesia, Indonesia PDF of Decree in Indonesian PDF of Decree in Indonesian (consulted on 2012-11-22)
Abstract/Citation: The 2002 Plan is annexed to the Presidential Decree. It contains Five Chapters covering:
Chapter I - Introduction
Chapter II - Policy Directions
Chapter III - Actors and Action Plan 2003-2007
Chapter IV - Final Provisions

In Chapter I, Part C, the Plan defines trafficking as "trafficking in persons encompassing all forms of action undertaken by perpetrators of trafficking that have one or more elements of recruiting, transporting between regions and countries, transferring, sending, receiving and temporary placement or placement at their destination of people by using threats, verbal and physical abuse, abduction, fraud, deception, misuse of vulnerability (e.g. if someone has no alternative, is isolated, is addicted to drugs, trapped in debt), giving or receiving payments or profits in cases in which a person is used for prostitution and sexual exploitation (including paedophilia), legal or illegal migrant workers, child adoptions, fishing platform work, mail order brides, domestic helpers, begging, pornography, drug dealing, selling of body organs as well as other forms of exploitation."

A new plan has not yet been adopted. However, in 2007, the Law on Elimination of Human Trafficking Crimes (Law No. 21/2007) was adopted.
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