ECPAT (2004) Consultation and Report on Legal Reform to Combat the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Nepal.

61 p. Children in Nepal who lack the official legal status and identity that comes with citizenship and birth registration potentially face a lifetime of marginalisation within the national legal system. This marginalisation is a key underlying factor that contributes to a lack of protection for such children and an increased risk that they will experience commercial sexual exploitation (including prostitution, trafficking for sexual purposes, child pornography and child marriage) as they grow older, according to a new ECPAT report.

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