Alleged TIP Cases Do Not Discourage Internships Abroad

Alleged TIP Cases Do Not Discourage Internships Abroad

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Deputy for Coordination of Education Quality Improvement and Religious Moderation, Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture, Warsito. (BP/Ant)

JAKARTA, BALIPOST.com – The alleged case of the Crime of Human Trafficking (TPPO) under the guise of a Ferienjob to Germany has not deterred students from doing internships abroad. This is the hope of the Deputy for Coordination of Education Quality Improvement and Religious Moderation at the Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture, Warsito.

“We are enthusiastic that this incident will certainly be evaluated according to existing regulations. But don’t let this deter both higher education institutions and students from doing internships abroad. “That’s what’s important,” said Warsito in his statement in Jakarta, quoted from the Antara news agency, Wednesday (3/4).

Warsito explained that overseas internship programs are still something that is necessary for students and pupils to increase their self-development capacity. They will gain experience and increase discipline and perseverance.

Moreover, on the other hand, the domestic capacity to provide internship facilities, both for large and medium industries, is still insufficient.

That way, he said, the government will evaluate and improve the regulations so that cases like today do not happen again. “So our approach is how the necessary regulations will be studied. “So we still have to encourage the enthusiasm to gain experience, of course with what regulations we can provide,” he said.

Meanwhile, Vice President (Wapres) Ma’ruf Amin considers the case of Indonesian students who are suspected of being victims of the criminal act of trafficking in persons (TPPO) through internships to Germany as worrying.

The Vice President, through a statement from the Press Bureau of the Vice President’s Secretariat, considers acts of exploitation and human trafficking to be embarrassing and damaging to the reputation of the Indonesian state.

“I think this is something that concerns us, it also tarnishes our good name as the Indonesian people and again I think this is something that is embarrassing,” said the Vice President.

“Internship, but they say they work there, and their work has nothing to do with their academic level,” he said.

The Vice President also emphasized that this problem must be monitored and handled to avoid something similar happening again in the future. (Kmb/Balipost)

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