Global child trafficking resources
US Department of State.a(2004). Trafficking in Persons Annual Report 2004.
274 p. This TIP Report is the most comprehensive worldwide report on the efforts of governments to combat severe forms of trafficking in persons. The TIP Report covers the period April 2003 through March 2004.
Terre des hommes Germany. (2000). Kinderhandel in Westafrika.
This report defines the main issues related to the child trafficking in Burkina Faso, Benin and Mali. In GERMAN. Also available in FRENCH, Le Trafic d'Enfants en Afrique de l'Ouest.
Ashok, S. Abuses Against Sex Workers and Erosions of HIV Prevention Efforts Resulting From Anti-Trafficking Initiatives.
SFDRT (NGO, Pondicherry). This report presents a critique of anti-trafficking measures in India, including certain aspects of rehabilitation, reintegration and linked to HIV/AIDS prevention.
Joint Initiative in the Millenium against Trafficking in Girls and Women (JIT-NEP). (2003). VDC Level Baseline Survey in Five VDCs of Nuwakot.
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) (2005). Child labour today.
The third of our End Child Exploitation campaign reports, Child labour today exposes the exploitation of children as workers.
Cambodian WomenÈs Crisis Centre (CWCC). (2005). Trafficking of CambodianWomen and Children. Report of the Fact-Finding in Malaysia.40.p.
This report is based on the information compiled during the fact-finding mission in Malaysia (and Singapore).
Amnesty International. (1999). Documenting Human Rights Violations by State Agents: Sexual Violence.
38 p. The manual provides a step-by-step description of a gender-sensitive approach to research and suggests ways of addressing the specific challenges faced by womens rights workers.