Global child trafficking resources
Directorate General of Human Rights of the Council of Europe. (2006). Action against trafficking in human beings: prevention, protection and prosecution. Proceedings of the regional seminar, Bucharest, Romania, 4-5 April 2006. 71 p.
The main objectives of the seminar were to present the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings as an efficient tool for combating trafficking in human beings by means of its multi-disciplinary approach incorpora
Defence for Children International / Palestine Section (2007). Israel?s Violations of the Right to Life: Palestinian Child Fatalities in the Occupied Palestinian Territory during 2006. 14 p.
Throughout the second Intifada, beginning in September 2000, Israel has engaged in gross violations of international human rights and humanitarian law.
The Protection Project (2008). Gambia. 6 p.
The Gambia is a country of destination for women and children trafficked from West African countries such as Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sierra Leone.
Watch List on Children and Armed Conflict. (2003). Protecting Children: Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1379.
. 28 p. Recommendations relating to the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1379 on Children and Armed Conflict (CAC), equally addressing sexual violence and trafficking.
The Protection Project (2008). Turkmenistan. 5 p.
The Central Asian countries serve as origin and transit points for trafficking in persons.
Human Rights Watch (HRW). (2003). Small Change: Bonded Child Labor in India's Silk Industry.
January 2003, Vol. 15, No. 2 (C). New York: HRW. 89 p. This report documents what has happened since Human Rights Watch's 1996 report Small Hands of Slavery, focusing on bonded child labour in India's silk industry.
Ennew, J. (2008). Exploitation of children in prostitution. 110 p.
Thematic paper. The exploitation of children in prostitution is only one form taken by the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
1977. Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I).
In English. The 4 Geneva Conventions and their 2 additional Protocols are the fundamental laws, which must be applied in a war, even if it is a (non-) international or civil one.
Street Children of Karachi, Pakistan 2 - The Lost Souls
The 2nd part of a two part documentary on the street children of Karachi, Pakistan. All facts and figures in the documentary were provided by the Azad Foundation. Visit their website to find out more about their work with these children.