Global child trafficking resources
Efforts stem human trafficking in Moldova - 5 Nov 2008
Human trafficking is one of the biggest exports in the impoverished eastern European country of Moldova.
U.S.Commission on Civil Rights. (2011). Peer-to-Peer Violence and Bullying: Examining the Federal Response. 217 p.
"This report focuses on the governments efforts to enforce federal civil rights laws with respect to peer-to-peer violence based on race, national origin, sex, disability, religion, and sexual orientation or gender identity.
Herstad, Britt. (2009). Mobilizing Religious Communities to Respond to Gender-Based Violence and HIV: A Training Manual. 76 p.
This manual prepared by Britt Herstad for Futures Group Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1 has been designed to guide trainers in conducting workshops for religious leaders and women leaders of faith on GBV and HIV.
Save the Children South & Central Asia Region. (2003). Mapping of Psychosocial Support for Child Sexual Abuse in Four Countries in South and Central Asia. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan.
85 p. Many children in South and Central Asia grow up feeling unsafe and insecure. At the same time more and more cases of child sexual abuse are surfacing. Until recently it was assumed that only a small number of children were sexually abused.
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW), Foundation Against Trafficking in Women (STV), International Human Rights Law Group (IHRLG). (1999). Human Rights Standards for the Treatment of Trafficked Persons.
17 p. These standards are drawn from international human rights instruments and formally-recognised international legal norms.
Kligman, G., Limoncelli, S. (2004). Trafficking Women After Socialism: From, To, and Through Eastern Europe.
11 p. One of the most striking images of the changes in eastern Europe soon after 1989 was that of women lining the highways across the region, offering sex for sale.