Sexual exploitation and trafficking in Indonesia
Countless women, children and men from Indonesia are trafficked each year for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor. Prominent destinations of traffickers include developed Asian countries and the Middle East. New anti-trafficking laws have been introduced by the Indonesian government in an attempt to bring sex trafficking offenders to justice, however this appears to have failed to slow down traffickers who have been increasingly relying on the creation of false documents to obtain travel visas for young women and girls who are in turn sold and forced into sexual slavery.
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