Naimah, Soesilo
2020 Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews  
The purpose of this study: The purpose is to produce a discussion about the pattern of legal protection and the obstacles faced by the Lumajang Regency government to guarantee children's health rights to snacks for school children. The research method: The method used is sociological juridical research data were collected using literature study, and the Field in the form of observations, interviews. This research is located in Lumajang Regency, where the object is related institutions to
more » ... titutions to support the completeness of government data in the area of efforts to provide legal protection for children's health rights from the dangers of school snacks. Main Findings: This research is, first, the legal protection of snacks for school children have binding legal force, secondly, to protect children against the health of school children who are not healthy Lumajang district government has several obstacles, including the lack of optimal coordination between the school and the government, in this case, the Community Health Centers (Puskesmas), the existence of street vendors outside the school canteen making it difficult to control both the government and the school, lack of awareness of businesses about the importance of food safety, nutrition and quality, there are no specific and detailed guidelines relating to Healthy Snacks in Schools in Lumajang Regency. Applications: This research is intended to increase knowledge in the field of law and policy in the field of child health and useful for the study of child consumer protection. Novelty/Originality: This research has never been carried out before, especially those located in Lumajang Regency, basic information on strong legal protection is beneficial for the community to feel safe consuming school snacks and can be used as a legal basis for accountability if found school snacks that are not safe for consumption, also need guidelines specifically for the people of Lumajang to suit their conditions.
doi:10.18510/hssr.2020.8193 fatcat:vr43lz3npvamnfh3kugwwlwq3m