Global child trafficking resources
The Protection Project (2008). Azerbaijan. 6 p.
Azerbaijan is primarily a country of origin and transit for trafficking in persons; however, available evidence suggests that Azerbaijan may also be considered a country of destination.
Aa (no author) (undated). Special characteristics of children that are sexual abused.
Powerpoint presentation with 15 slides.
Mattar, M. (2003). Monitoring the Status of Severe Forms of Trafficking in Foreign Countries: Sanctions Mandated Under the US Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
In: the Brown Journal of World Affairs, Summer/Fall 2003, Vol. X, Issue 1.
Terre des hommes (Tdh) Foundation. (2003). The Trafficking of Albanian Children in Greece.
Le Mont-sur-Lausanne: Terre des hommes Foundation. 40 p.
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), World Health Organization (WHO). (2004). AIDS epidemic update December 2004.
94 p. The annual AIDS epidemic update reports on the latest developments in the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The National Institute on State Policy on Trafficking of Women and Girls. (2005). Resource Guide for State Legislators. Model Provisions for State Anti-Trafficking Laws. 24 p.
This Guide presents a series of model legislative provisions that state legislators can use to create either a comprehensive state anti-trafficking law or to begin with one or more of the recommended legislative initiatives.