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This sections contains a database of documents on child trafficking. Users can research by title, author, editor/organization, type, topic, keywords, geographic descriptors and year of publication.
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Type of document: Report
Topic: Trafficking patterns
Geographic descriptors: Albania, Bangladesh, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Côte d´Ivoire, China, Colombia, El Salvador, Gabon, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Togo, United States of America, Viet Nam
Language: English
Publisher: Social Alert
Date of publication: December 2000
Long Abstract: This study is part of a campaign launched by the Social Alert Network in West Africa on the topic. The research's main objective is to combat the violation of human rights and to sensitise Social Alert partners by presenting an overview of child trafficking on each continent. The research methods combine qualitative research based on questionnaires and a desk review of existing studies, reports and publications. The report gives basic information on child trafficking patterns within each country, summarising the profile of trafficked children, the type of exploitation involved, the geographical flows, and the domestic and internaitonal legislation in force. The report concludes by making recommendations of actions to be taken relating to raising awareness, legislation, hosting and caring for trafficking victims, partnership and actions at an international level.
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