Purpose of Study: Child exploitation and slavery have become a new phenomenon of global crime because it occurred in every part of the world. The exploitation of infants and children in our public perception is underestimated because of cases subject to prosecution only mild and included unusual punishment.
Methodology: This research was normative, in analyzing phenomena that occur in society, the authors attempted to answer some of the problems of the rule of positive law in Indonesia in solving the problems of exploitation of children, how to tackle the exploitation of children by other countries, and recommendations to resolve the problems of exploitation against children.
Results: Exploitation crimes against children or slavery more appropriately included as an extraordinary crime committed against children, because such measures will not only affect the physical and psychological health but also will greatly affect the future of children and the future of a nation.
Implications/Applications: Comparative law between the State of Australia, Senegal, and England, can be recommended for the legislature to make the formulation of regulations on the handling of the exploitation of children more effectively and quickly.