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Women's Ministry sets up committee to tackle cyberbullying, sexual crimes against children

Women's Ministry sets up committee to tackle cyberbullying, sexual crimes against children

16/10/2021 3:01:00 PM

Women's Ministry sets up committee to tackle cyberbullying, sexual crimes against children

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry (KPWKM) has set up an integrated action committee to tackle cyberbullying and online sexual crimes against children.

"Malaysia must comply with the principles and provisions enshrined in the CRC, especially concerning children's rights, including their survival, protection, development and participation," she said.Rina said the committee was set up on June 15, comprising various government agencies, the private sector, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and social activists.

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The committee is also tasked to discuss advocacy measures and appropriate interventions regarding the issues, she added."We (the committee) have discussed methods to tackle these issues (cyberbullying and sexual crimes against children)."Among those that will be carried out is an advocacy campaign," she said at a press conference after officiating the National Children's Day 2021 celebration themed 'Our Children, Our Future’ here on Saturday (Oct 16).

In another development, Rina said KPWKM is drafting the National Child Development Index which would be introduced soon as an effort to improve policies related to children’s biological and psychological development.She said the Department of Statistics Malaysia reported that as of May this year about 9.69 million or 29.3% of the total population in Malaysia were children. headtopics.com

"Given this huge number, KPWKM, in the spirit of the Malaysian Family remains committed to ensuring the well-being of children in the best interest of the child," she said.Meanwhile, Muhammad Hadif Syazwan Anas, 11, the recipient of the Hang Tuah award expressed his pride in the recognition.

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