Global child trafficking resources
National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia (NHRCM). (2002). The Crime of Trafficking of Women and Children in Mongolia: The Current Situation.
Mongolia has become a transit place for the trafficking of women from China and Russia. The practice of trafficking women out of Mongolia into other countries has also appeared.
Child Workers in Asia (2005). Raising One Voice: A Training Manual for Advocates on the Rights of Child Domestic Workers.
237 p. Aresource and practical training guide to help organisations who work with child domestic workers to train and develop advocates using the concepts and frameworks in the Handbook.
CARE India. (2005). Understanding power and creating spaces: sex workers' voices in HIV prevention.
10 p. This paper, from the SAKSHAM project of CARE India, explores different dimensions of power in the sex work industry and considers these issues in relation to HIV prevention with sex workers.
International Organization for Migration (IOM). (2007). Trafficking in Human Beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
The trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation received considerable attention prior to the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
International Organisation of Migration (2002). Sexual, Commercial Exploitation of Girls and Boys in Guatemala. 47 p.
The sexual, commercial exploitation of girls, boys and youths, is a social phenomenon that increases by the day in Guatemala, especially through prostitution and the trafficking of minors for sexual purposes.
Andvig, J.C., Gates, G. (2007). Recruiting Children for Armed Conflict. 30 p.
What are the precipitant causes of child soldiering? Why would a military organization recruit a child as a soldier?
Children-Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH). (2010). The Invisible Workers: A Survey Report on Domestic WorkerÈs Situation in Kathmandu 2009. 94 p.
Domestic Workers are less counted labor sector in global and Nepali society.
US Department of State. (2009).Trafficking in Persons Annual Report 2009. 324 p.
The 2009 TIP Report covers the period of April 2008 through March 2009.