Children's Rights Training for Bedahlawak Jombang Village Officials and Community to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals/SDG Number 16 Concerning Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions
Children are next generation that has potential to change State of Indonesia into a more developed country for that children are often also referred to as next generation of nation in the future who play an important role in determining history of nation and state and the life of a nation in future. Caring for the next generation of young people is a way of healthy people as a whole, developing harmoniously which is a characteristic of nation's character. Today's millennial era, sexual education is very important. Knowledge and attitudes of children about efforts to prevent sexual violence are very important. Protect themselves from acts of sexual violence by encouraging children to be able to communicate with parents well. How to reduce number of sexual violence by providing knowledge about sexual organs and functions properly and correctly. Doing an understanding of sexual education in order to understand sex education is not a taboo thing to introduce. Introducing basics of sex education to children to avoid violence or deviant sexual behavior and has begun to bloom lately. This activity has an impact on Bedahlawak community by educating participants of Surgical community about importance of children's emotional development and children's rights. This training activity is expected be able to absorb knowledge given by speaker. This training activity is also expected to provide awareness to Bedahlawak community participants to always fulfill rights of children, which parents have them right to fulfill.
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