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Global child trafficking resources

Deutsche Gesellschaft f’_r Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ). (2004). La Lucha contra la Trata de Mujeres en Centro Am’©rica y El Caribe. Un Manual para Instituciones Policiales. Parte No. 1: Texto B’sico. 49 p.
A diferencia de lo que sucede en el Europa del Este y Asia, al tema de la trata de personas se le concede hasta ahora poca atencin en Amrica Latina y el Caribe.
Mumbai: Flesh trade an open secret
In Mumbai, hundreds of minor girls are being pushed into the flesh trade everyday. The girls are prepared for prospective customers and a nod from the client is followed by fixing the price as high as Rs 40,000.
The Protection Project (2008). Zimbabwe. 7 p.
Zimbabwe is a country of origin, transit, and destination for trafficking in persons. Zimbabweans are trafficked to South Africa.
BRIDGE (2006). Gender and Migration. Overview Report.
64 p.This Overview Report on Gender and Migration takes a broad approach to migration it looks at the gender dynamics of both international and the lesser-researched internal migration and the interconnections between the two.
Office of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Women and Children (ONRT). (2008). Trafficking in Persons especially on Women and Children in Nepal. 27 p.
Trafficking in persons, more specifically in women and children is very serious human rights problem in Nepal.
International Conference Centre, Paris. (2000). Modern slavery and trafficking, what approaches are being tried in Europe?
9 p. Summary of a comparative study on contemporary forms of slavery in six EU Members States.
Jamal, M. (2005). Children at Risk: Child Trafficking through Adoption Agencies.
17 p.The role of adoption agencies in poor countries as facilitators of child trafficking needs to be examined more carefully. The onus for the safety of the children lies with both the sender and the receiver countries.
US Agency for International Development (USAID). (2002). Trafficking in Persons: USAID's Response 2002.
Calcutta: USAID Office of Women in Development. 20 p. Review of USAID anti trafficking activities in the world.
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). (2003). Study on the Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children in the Gambia. 107 p.
There is nearly universal agreement among varied informants that children engaged in prostitution around the Senegambia Tourist Area near Banjul are predominantly underage, many as young as 12 and that 60% to 70% of tourists come here for the sun

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