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Topic: Child Sexual Abuse

Photos Help in Paedophile's Conviction

May 29, 1999 · 

PERTH – A 45-year-old boiler-maker became the first Australian to be jailed for sexually abusing children overseas after being convicted on the basis of photographs brought back from a holiday in Cambodia.


Taiwan: Child-sex Offenders to Feel Force of Law

May 21, 1999 ·  , The Asian Times

TAIPEI – Taiwanese parliament has passed a new law to convict child sex tourists. The law provides for prison terms of between three and 10 years for anyone having sex with girls aged under 14. Those who have sex with girls aged between 14-16 could be jailed for up to seven years. Names and photographs of offenders will also be made public in government bulletins.


Japan Tightens the Ban on Under-Age Sex

May 19, 1999 ·  , New York Times

TOKYO- The Japanese Parliament enacted a law in May aimed at banning child prostitution and child pornography. The law, which is to go into effect later this year, punishes those found guilty of paying for sex with children 17 and younger, and bans the sale, distribution, production, possession, import and export of child pornography.


100 Kids Abused Daily

May 2, 1999 ·  By ECPAT Newsletter, BBCWorld

Published in the ECPAT Newsletter May 1999 Sri Lanka: The first study prepared by Protecting Children and Environment Everywhere-PEACE (ECPAT-Sri Lanka) on the scale of child sexual abuse in Sri Lanka has concluded that 100 young people are sexually exploited or abused every day on the island. The study on sexually abused children concludes that […]



May 2, 1999 · 

Childhood for Children, the therapeutic family for sexually abused children One hundred and twenty children joined the PREDA summer camp held at a nearby beach resort. It was a holiday and an educational experience with seminars, discussions, games, sports and activities to build community spirit and self-esteem. PREDA children, youth groups from the Diocese and […]


Sexual Violence and Exploitation of Children in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Case of Jamaica

May 1, 1999 · 

The report was commissioned by the Inter-American Children’s Institute (IACI). It is part of a wider research project at IACI on sexual exploitation of children which has been undertaken in ten countries in Latin America and the Caribbean Region to explore the responses of governments and non-governmental organisations and to generate recommendations for effective handling of the issues.



December 2, 1998 · 

What Makes a Happy Christmas? Everywhere you see huge signs of Merry Christmas, Santa’s and reindeers with bells and lights bringing good cheer and saying we should be happy. Perhaps we should, but why? If not for the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ and what he taught and did for us, the world would […]

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