Jakarta: Indonesia-Australia sponsored Bali Process Initiative was referred as one of the good practices in overcoming human trafficking issue, particularly in consolidating the cooperation between states, private and other stakeholders.
This was stipulated in the Special Rapporteur’s report on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, No. A/74/189.
The Report comprised, among others, different good practices carried out by governments and privates sectors in developing mechanism to address various issues related to human trafficking.
"In this regard, the Bali Process Initiative boosts cooperation between private sector and government through the Acknowledge, Act and Advance Recommendations (AAA Recommendations)," the Foreign Ministry said in a press statement released on Monday, October 28, 2019.
At the Third Committee meeting of the 74th session of the UNGA, Indonesian delegation also showcased its national efforts in partnering with the private sector in order to combating human trafficking.
"Private sector may contribute through increasing the awareness on such issue as well as ensuring the protection of victims," it remarked.
Indonesia underlined the importance of the cooperation between states in tackling such transnational challenge. Bali Process forum has become a pivotal forum for best practices and experiences sharing among states in the region.
Indonesia reiterated its commitment in combating human trafficking which also related to other crimes such as illicit drugs and IUU Fishing.