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Topic: Child Abuse Crimes


BRITISH ACCUSED OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

May 8, 2006 · 

A former navy officer who prepared dinners for the Queen on the Royal yacht Britannia faces life in prison for molesting boys.

Retired Lieutenant Commander Douglas Michael Slade, 64, will stand trial on paedophile charges after allegedly abusing children as young as 13 at his home in the Philippines.

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Human Trafficking and U.S. Military

January 16, 2006 · 

WASHINGTON, Jan. 10, 2006 – Harsher punishments for Defense Department personnel who participate in human trafficking or support the industry by patronizing prostitutes are part of a bill signed into law today by President Bush.

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United States: Thousands of Children Sentenced to Life without Parole

October 12, 2005 · 

There are at least 2,225 child offenders serving life without parole sentences in U.S prisons for crimes committed before they were age 18, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said in a newjoint report published today. While many of the child offenders are now adults, 16 percent were between 13 and 15 years old at the […]

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Preda Newsletter October 2005

October 3, 2005 · 

Dear friends and defenders of children’s rights, I write to thank all of you who have contributed generously to the work of saving and protecting children. I haven’t been able to write a frequently as before because the work is expanding rapidly. We have many significant successes in saving children from abusive situations and those […]

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Study Finds Boys Hide Sexual Abuse

July 2, 2005 · 

A new study from the University of South Australia has found that boys generally keep silent about sexual abuse and use a variety of techniques to mask the effects of the abuse. Researcher Cate Hudson said that one in six boys would be abused sexually before their 16 th birthday but it was believed that […]

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ISPs not doing enough to curb child porn — research center

April 8, 2005 · 

LOCAL Internet service providers or ISPs can a play a crucial role in curbing child pornography in the Philippines, but they proved “uncooperative” when approached by a research center commissioned by the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) to write a book on this tech-savvy crime.

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With the Children Behind the Prison Bars

April 5, 2005 ·  By Mary T. Martin - PREDA Volunteer from Ireland

I was entering into my second month in the Philippines the day I arrived at PREDA, and while I had genuinely at this point fallen head over heals in love with the country, a country where the warmth of (both the weather and) the people can not be matched anywhere across the globe, there was […]

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ISPs urged to take action against child porn

February 28, 2005 · 

A NON-GOVERNMENT organization is urging local Internet service providers (ISPs) to be more pro-active in combating child pornography over the Internet through the use of a software developed in the United Kingdom.

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NEWSLETTER September-October 2004

October 3, 2004 · 

Dear friends, defenders of children, It’s been a while since you received a newsletter from us at PREDA. We have to reduce costs. We need the money for more children being released from the prisons by the courts and being sent to us. We cannot refuse them. We are as busy as ever helping the […]

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Trafficking in Persons Report – Philippines

July 14, 2004 · 

THE PHILIPPINES (TIER 2 – WATCH LIST)

The Philippines is a source, transit, and destination country for persons trafficked for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labor. There is internal trafficking from rural to urban metropolitan areas. Filipino women who are trafficked for sexual exploitation to destinations throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and North America, are often lured abroad with false promises of legitimate employment. The Philippines is a transit point and destination for victims from the People¹s Republic of China (PRC).

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