Indonesia: CPMS Contextualization
The Indonesian government and civil society joined together for a 3 day minimum standards workshop in January 2015. The purpose was to adapt the Child Protection Minimum Standards to the local context. The group had a highly productive time, focusing on 11 of the standards. The draft text will be circulated within the government and at sub-national level over the next 2 months. The aim is launch them with a Ministerial decree in July 2015. This CPMS exercise went on to influence the government’s draft, national Standard Operating Procedures, as well as a week-long Child Protection in Emergencies training, organized by the Indonesian Government's Ministry of Social Affairs, World Vision Indonesia and UNICEF, with the support of the global CPWG.