Petisyen itu ditujukan kepada peguam negara, menteri sumber manusia dan menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri.
Tenaganita says a more holistic approach must include a comprehensive programme to weed out perpetrators and clean up the enforcement agencies.
Its executive director Glorene A Das also questions how changing the word 'maid' to 'employee' in the current Employment Act will guarantee the protection of domestic workers.
Brought to Malaysia when she was 14, she worked for two years without pay and then was kept in a detention centre in Penang.
Nithiyah Tamilwanan menyumbang wang sebanyak RM900 yang diterima sebagai hadiah hari jadi kepada Tenaganita.
Nithiyah Tamilwanan says she was impressed with the civil society group's work on human rights issues.
With credible allegations of abuse, torture and degrading treatment of those held there, the civil society group says the detention of a child in such a place goes against international norms.
The government is urged to give details of how the probe will be conducted given the likelihood of a lack of witnesses.
Activists says under current practice, even newborn babies are sent to detention camps.
USM's Mohd Taufik Mohammad says parents must familiarise themselves with the issue and teach children not to speak to strangers.
Malaysia semakin menjadi destinasi lelaki yang mahukan seks bawah umur, tetapi rakyat umum kurang peka.
Ordinary Malaysians are unaware of the problem, with families innocently handing kids over to 'aunties' acting for sex syndicates, claims Tenaganita.
Tenaganita's Glorene Das says only when the rights of domestic workers are protected by laws, and domestic workers recognised as workers, will abuse decline.
Pembantu rumah dari Indonesia dan Filipina gagal memperbaharui permit kerja kerana masalah ketelusan dalam prosedur.
Workers and employers alike are frustrated by the long wait and lack of transparency, says Tenaganita.
Tenaganita director Glorene Das says the founder was a visionary who thought 20 years ahead of her time.
Pengarah Eksekutif Tenaganita Glorene Das mengenang kembali pengalaman gadis Bangladesh yang didera selepas menjadi pekerja domestik di Malaysia.
Tenaganita's Glorene Das tells how a 14-year-old Bangladeshi girl went through the darkest chapter of her life in Malaysia.
Tenaganita says Malaysians cannot keep quiet any longer and let foreign workers continue to suffer.
Tenaganita says many workers are duped by traffickers into coming to Malaysia, where they were not given legal work documents.
Tenaganita director Glorene Das says the government will be equally responsible for the outcome if the Rohingya community is not recognised in the country.
Ia berkaitan dengan layanan tidak berperikemanusiaan terhadap pekerja migran tanpa dokumen, kata Tenaganita.
It's about the inhumane treatment of undocumented migrant workers, says Tenaganita.
Tenaganita says the never ending raids on undocumented foreign workers are bordering on lunacy as authorities expect different results with the same actions.