Global child trafficking resources

Anti-Slavery International. (2004). Trafficking and forced labour of children in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Children continue to be trafficked from countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sudan and Yemen to be used as camel jockeys in the UAE.
The Department of Gender Equality. (2002). The Danish Government?s action plan to combat trafficking in women. 20 p.
In introducing this action plan, the Danish Government aims to intensify and further the efforts to combat trafficking in women. Curbing this organized type of abuse and crime takes broad and farreaching initiatives.
The Protection Project (2008). Lithuania. 8 p.
Lithuania is an origin, transit, and destination country for trafficking in persons. Destinations of women and children trafficked from Lithuania include Europe and other countries such as Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Human Rights Watch. (2004) Turning a Blind Eye. Hazardous Child Labor in El Salvador's Sugarcane Cultivation.
143 p. As this report documents, childrens health and safety are not guaranteed in sugarcane cultivation, and plantation foremen turn a blind eye to the fact that children as young as eight cut cane.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). (2006). Manual para la lucha contra la trata de personas. 258 p.
La idea que inspir la preparacin de este Manual es lo mucho que todava queda por aprender sobre la mejor manera de prevenir y combatir la trata de personas en distintas circunstancias.
Bartholet, E. (1993). International Adoption: Current Status and Future Prospects.
In The Future of Children, Adoption, Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 1993. 15 p. As a result of political pressure and rising nationalism, there has been growing hostility to international adoption in many countries.
CSEC World Congress Yokohama Conference . (2001). Facts and Figures: Even One Child is one Too Many.
Briefing notes, 2 p. A short contribution of the NGO Group for the Convention on the Rights of the Child and ECPAT International to the 2nd World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.
Afghan women cry for help - 29-May-07
Self-immolation by women continues to be a problem in the Afghan province of Herat, with on average 10 women a month attempting suicide by setting themselves on fire. Not all of them succeed.
Baker, S. (2000). The changing situation of child prostitution in Northern Thailand: A study of Changwat Chiang Rai.
81 p. A controversial report about the situation of child prostitution in northern Thailand.
Inside Story- Chad child trafficking controversy-30Oct07-Pt1
As charity workers are charged, we ask if some charities abuse their positions....Inside Story aljazeera Chad child trafficking controversy charity workers


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