Global child trafficking resources
Centre for Research and Social Development (CRSD). (2004). Child Trafficking for Camel Races: A Perspective from Pakistan.
64 p. Pakistan is a country of origin, transit, and destination for women and children trafficked for purposes of sexual exploitation and bonded labor.
A full-length movie on girl trafficking and HIV/AIDS, was produced by the NGO Media Alert and Relief Foundation with private funds and with support from the Government of Nepal, The POLICY Project (a USAID project implemented by The Futures Group
Joe-Cannon, I., Editor, and the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW). (2006). Primer on the Male Demand for Prostitution.
13 p.This Primer was originally developed to assist European antitrafficking projects in the Baltic States in challenging the legalization and decriminalization of prostitution industries and in focusing on the demand.
The Population Council (2008). Early marriage and sexual and reproductive health risks: Experiences of young women and men in Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, India. 84 p.
In India, recent programmatic initiatives in the field of adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health have begun to recognise the heterogeneity of young people.
ECPAT International. (2005). Violence against Children in Cyberspace.
96 p. This report was written by ECPAT International with leading experts around the world as a contribution to the UN Study on Violence Against Children.
International Organisation for Migration (IOM). (1996). Trafficking in Women to Italy for Sexual Exploitation.
Brussels: IOM. 30 p. This exploratory study is one of the first to examine the growing problem of trafficking in women to Italy.
Regional Working Group on Child Labour in Asia (RWG-CL). (2002). Handbook for Action-oriented Research on the Worst Forms of Child Labour Including Trafficking in Children.
Project to Improve Action-oriented Research on the Worst Forms of Child Labour. Bangkok: RWG-CL. 207 p.