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Global child trafficking resources

Human Rights Watch (2008). Dangerous Duty. Children and the Chhattisgarh Conflict. 64 p.
The conflict in Indias Chhattisgarh state has irreparably damaged childrens lives.
Capital Humano y Social Alternativo. (2007). La Trata de Personas en el Per’_: Normas, casos y definiciones. 79 p.
A document that not only explains the problem of person-trafficking, but also introduces the standards, concepts and exact vocabulary used in this connection in our country using cases when required.
United Nations ChildrenŠ—Ès Fund (UNICEF). (2006). Los Lineamientos Sobre la Protecci’_n de los Ni’±os, Ni’±as y Adolescentes Victimas de la Trata de Personas.55 p.
Los Lineamientos de UNICEF sobre la proteccin de los nios, nias y adolescentes victimas de la trata de personas establecen normas de buenas prcticas en lo que se refiere a la proteccin y asistencia del nio, nia o adolescente (NNA) vctima de trata
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Innocenti Research Centre. (1999). Child Domestic Work.
20 p. One of the world's oldest occupations, child domestic work is increasingly becoming a commercialized trade and in many societies child domestics are still considered'cared for,' and not exploited.
Phinney, A. (2001). Trafficking of Women and Children for Sexual Exploitation in the Americas.
Trafficking in the Americas is less analyzed and understood than trafficking in other regions of the world.
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict. (2005). Caught in the Middle: Mounting Violations against Children in NepalŠ—Ès Armed Conflict.
61 p. The report documents violations against children in the context of Nepal's armed conflict. The Maoist and government forces in Nepal have killed approximately 10,000 people, including 286 children, since the outset of war in 1996.
Ford, M. (2001). Sex slaves and legal loopholes: Exploring the legal framework and federal responses to the trafficking of Thai'contract girls' for sexual exploitation to Melbourne, Australia. 79 p.
This research examines how Australian migration and prostitution laws are used to benefit sex traffickers bringing Thai 'contract girls' to Melbourne.
Bales, K. (2006). Testing a Theory of Modern Slavery. 18 p.
This study by Dr. Kevin Bales includes an academic exploration of the realities of modern slavery as well as a quantitative analysis of the push factors correlated to the rise or fall of the practice of modern slavery within various countries.


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