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Global child trafficking resources

McCallin, M. (undated). Discussion Guide 3: Understanding the Psychosocial Needs of Refugee Children and Adolescents.
31 p. This paper assesses the psychosocial model with reference to displaced and war-affected children and adolescents.
When Four Friends Meet
When four friends meet they share with the camera their secrets sex and girls: youthful dreams and failures; failures; frustrations and triumphs.
A & E Investigative Reports- Child Sex Trade:
The only video dealing with trafficking in the United States, Narrated by Bill Kurtis. A & E found that over 600,000 children are bought, sold, and enslaved in sex rings in the U.S. and Canada.
International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior. (2006). Resource Book for Law Enforcement Officers on Good Practices in Combating Child Trafficking.
218 p.This Resource Book is an especially important and useful tool for law enforcement officers because it is the only Resource Book targeting law enforcers, which specifically focuses on child trafficking and explores the main relevant aspects
The Protection Project (2008). Greece. 8 p.
Greece is a country of destination and transit for trafficking in women and children. According to a 2003 United Nations (UN) report, Greece is one of the top nine destination countries for sex trafficking in the world.
International Labour Organization. (ILO). Accelerating Action Against Child Labour. 81 p.
The focus of this third Global Report on child labour under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work is about honouring the commitments made in 2006 with the adoption of a Global Action Plan.


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