Global child trafficking resources
International Labour Organisation/International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO/IPEC). (2002). Ethiopia Child Domestic Workers in Addis Ababa: A Rapid Assessment.
102 p. The objective of this study is to identify, describe and analyze the characteristics of the working and living conditions of child domestic labourers in Addis Ababa, using a rapid assessment method.
Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI). (2006). The Effects on Agrarian Contracts of a Governmental Intervention into Bonded Labor in the Western Terai of Nepal.
40 p. Authored by Magnus Hatlebakk.By comparing the pre- and post-liberation contracts we evaluate theoretical models of agrarian contracts.
Martin, S.F. (2006). Human Trafficking and Slavery: A global Problem.
Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University. 18 slides. PPT
Agustin, L. M. (2000). Working in the European Sex Industry.
13 p. Migrants who come to work in the European sex industry are of every class, colour, age, ethnicity and nationality, and they are not only women but men and transgender people as well.
Asia Regional Trafficking in Persons Project (ARTIP). (2008). Detention of trafficked persons in shelters. A legal and policy analysis. 28 p.
In countries around the world it is common practice for victims of trafficking who have beenrescued or who have escaped from situations of exploitation to be placed and detained in public or private shelters.
Plan UK. (2011). Breaking Vows: Early and Forced Marriage and GirlsÈ Education. 38 p.
This report explores the issues behind the ten million girls a year who experience early or forced marriage.
Murtaza, Amir and Rana Asif Habib. (2010). Silent Shrieks: A Situational Analysis of Violence against Street Children in Karachi. 65 p.
Violence against street children in Karachi manifests itself in a number of forms.
Human Rights Watch (2004). Future Forsaken: Abuses Against Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in India.
219 p. Street children, child sex workers and children of sex workers, children from lower castes and Dalits (oruntouchables) suffer even more as they also face other forms of discrimination.