Child Trafficking Research Workshop
“Presenting preliminary results of the research on
Child trafficking in Europe”
3 and 4 March 2005
The UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre is the independent research arm of the United Nations dedicated to the protection of children and the promotion of child rights. Having worked on the issue of child trafficking for a number of years, the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre enjoys close collaboration with UNICEF Regional and Country Offices, UN agencies and other partners.
This research will allow UNICEF to gather pan-European information about patterns of trafficking of children (flows, causes, forms of exploitation) , about international and national legal framework,, and about policies and practices adopted by governments to prevent trafficking, respond to victims, and to follow up with various forms of repatriation and rehabilitation. This research pays particular attention to the difficulty in gathering data, and focuses on developing research methodologies for gathering specific and reliable information on the trafficking of children
Objectives discuss the preliminary findings of the research on child trafficking in Europe;
reflect on ways to further enhance international co-operation and interagency dialogue to combat child trafficking in Europe;
provide inputs for the report;
identify research follow-up activities.
The workshop is intended for a limited number of researchers and practitioners with responsibility for promoting and managing research on child trafficking. The objectives of the workshop will be to
The workshop will encourage active involvement of all participants through personal contributions, working sessions in small groups, and plenary discussions.
List of participants
Countries covered by the research
SAN MARINO |
SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO