Global child trafficking resources
Feingold, D.A. (2005). Think Again. Human Trafficking. 6 p.
Judging by news headlines, human trafficking is a recent phenomenon. In fact, the coerced movement of people across borders is as old as the laws of supply and demand.
Ministry Of Justice Ireland (2009). National action plan to prevent and combat trafficking of human beings in Ireland 2009-2012. 236 p.
This Plan seeks to outline the many steps taken to date and those which will be taken in the coming years in an effort to prevent trafficking; protect victims; and prosecute the perpetrators.
The Bureau of International Information Programs of the U.S. Department of State (2005). Ending Abusive Child Labor.
40 p. Millions of children worldwide are trapped in mind-numbing subsistence-level labor of little economic value but which saps the creativity and learning potential of entire communities of future workers.
Home Office UK. (2006). Tackling Human Trafficking: Policy & Best Practice in Europe.
On the 19 20 October 2005, the UK as presidency of the Council of the European Union, in partnership with the European Commission and Sweden as Chair of the Nordic Baltic Taskforce against Trafficking in Human Beings, hosted a conference in Brusse
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). (2007). Migration Gone Wrong. Linkages between Trafficking and HIV.
52 p. This report is the result of a six-month study on the links between HIV and trafficking.
Tiokou, F.N. (2006). Involving People Living with HIV or AIDS: Support to PLWHA Organisations in Cameroon. Deutsche Gesellschaft f_r Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ).
26 p.For too long, the important role of people living with HIV or AIDS (PLWHA) in the fight against the epidemic has not been sufficiently recognized by policy makers and programme managers.