Items tagged with 'Child exploitation'

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The Council of Europe is currently implementing a Project on protecting children from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse in the Republic of Moldova. In that context, it is looking for local...
At the beginning of October, Europol (European Police Office) introduced its annual Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA) report on cybercrime. The report focuses on six main topics:...
The aim of this document is mapping and assessing the existing support services for children who have suffered a form of violence in the digital environment, including the best national and...
National Anti-Trafficking Coordinators and Rapporteurs from 42 countries across the Council and Europe and OSCE region, met on 22–23 October 2019, to discuss, among other things, the protection of...
Consortium for Street Children is organizing Conference: 30 YEARS ON FROM THE CHILD RIGHTS CONVENTION: WHERE ARE WE ON STREET CHILDREN'S RIGHTS? 30 years on from the Child Rights Convention and 2...
Drama workshops were organized in the UK to raise awareness of criminal child exploitation, as part of the wider Greater Manchester Exploitation Week of Action. The aim was to reinforce the fact that...
On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child, introduced by the UN in 2012 and celebrated yearly on October11th, Terre des Hommes launches again the “Indifesa” Campaign. This initiative...
Child, early, and forced marriages are still widespread. In 2017, the United Nations Children’s Fund estimated that there were 726,000 child brides around the world. At the root of the problem, many...
Projekt Maramures is accused of using German teens for slave labour, rather than providing them with ‘re-education’, all at a huge cost to the state. The project's managers deny all claims of abuse...
According to recent estimates, more than 15,000 minors are trafficked into Europe every year as part of a growing phenomenon of football player migration and trafficking, says Ini-Obong Nkang, a...

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