BANDUNG-Violence rates in West Java that affects women and children is still high. Since the establishment of Integrated Services Center for Women and Children (P2TP2A) West Java until October 2016, the number of violence cases have reached 1,189 cases.
It thus, expressed by the Chairman of West Java P2TP2A, Hj. Netty Prasetyani in the event of anticipation of violence victims information dissemination, in the Office of Education (Disdik) West Java, Dr. Rajiman Street Bandung, Tuesday (13/12).
"Various factors that cause violence on women and children. These factors include: poverty, economic problems, low level of education, a shift in the moral, social and cultural issues, parenting pattern and lifestyle "he said.
Trends of violence each year has increased, even the impact is very disturbing. With this condition is a concern of all parties, including government.
"In the perspective of Human Rights (HAM), violence against children and women are human rights violation cases. With the case, every case of violence need to be taken seriously, because the impact is huge " he said. (NR)