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Global child trafficking resources

Mahila Web. (no date). Bibliography: Trafficking reports.
Mahila Web is an electronic repository focusing on women and gender issues in Nepal. Participating organisations include both NGOs and INGOs based in Nepal.
International Organisation for Migration (IOM). (2003). Trafficking in Persons. An Analysis of Afghanistan.
Kabul: IOM. Report on trafficking for sexual exploitation, forced labour, slavery and servitude within Afghanistan, from Afghanistan to Pakistan and Iran, and of Afghans within neighbouring countries.
Agust?n, L.M. (2003). Sex, Gender and Migrations: Facing up to Ambiguous Realities.
Soundings, Spring 2003, No 23. All over the world, now,'trafficking for sexual exploitation' is major cause for denunciation.
Tamang, A. (2004). Coming Home: Psychosocial aspects of exploitation and Repatriation - children as actors.
9 p. Paper presented at the Seminar - organized by the Institute of Child Rights IUKB and the International Federation of Terre des hommes - on Child Trafficking in Sion, Switzerland.
International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (IHF). (2000). A Form of Slavery: Trafficking in Women in OSCE Member States.
Report to the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting on Trafficking in Human Beings. Vienna, 10 June 2000. Vienna: IHF. 91 p.
Groupe Developpement. (2006). Groupe Developpement. (2006). Survival Strategies. A Study of Children living on Streets and Railway Platforms of West Bengal and Bangladesh.
142 p. The streets and railway stations of India and Bangladesh are increasingly becoming the home of children who have run away from their parental home for various reasons.
Plan International (2006). Birth Registration: Campaign report on universal birth registration.
20 p. A new report published by Plan International on Universal Children's Day reveals that at present, no records exist of the birth of six of every ten babies born in South Asia.
International Labour Organisation (ILO). (2005). Trafficking for Labour and Sexual Exploitation in Germany.
123 p. Germany is an important destination country for migrant workers from all over the world. They enter the country through clandestine channels or as asylum seekers, seasonal labour migrants, visitors or students.

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