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Topic: Child Trafficking


Most Trafficked Victims Worldwide Sold For Sex

December 20, 2009 · 

BAGUIO CITY (December 12, 2009) ­ Most victims of human trafficking around the world are being sold for sex, the Asia against Child Trafficking (Asia ACTs) claimed Saturdayon the occasion of the Day against Trafficking being celebrated around Asia and throughout the globe.

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Preda Newsletter June 2009

June 2, 2009 · 

Dear Friends, Supporters and Defenders of Children, Greetings and welcome to our Preda Newsletter with the latest updates on the action and developments since March this year. There has been remarkable progress in the services for children, many more have been rescued from jail, brothels and abusers and many are recovering. They are finding a […]

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Child trafficking in India, Pedophilia in Goa

December 31, 2006 · 

The study, “A report on trafficking of women and children in India 2002-2003”, reveals that Goa has the highest levels of trafficking of women and children compared to other states. However, though inter-state trafficking is high, the intra-state trafficking is a minimal with only 0.6 percentage, just as in the case of Delhi.

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BRITISH PAEDOPHILE ESCAPES JUSTICE IN TRIAL FIASCO

September 14, 2006 · 

CAMPAIGNERS HOPE THAT BRITISH POLICE WILL PROSECUTE UNDER BRITISH LAWS

MANILA.

Barry Raymond Edwards, a British subject, was on trial charged on three counts of rape and the sexual abuse of children at the Regional trial court of Angeles City, about 60 miles north of Manila. However this trial has ended in farce as vital video evidence and a key witness were not produced in court.

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Preda Newsletter July 2006

July 3, 2006 · 

Four of the boys at Preda who finished the Alternative Learning System program of the Department of education proudly display their certificates As I write this, the Philippines is being battered by the seasonal typhoon. The raging winds and torrential downpours of rain spread floods, electric power failure, traffic disruption and the cancellation of school […]

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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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February 2004 Newsletter

February 3, 2004 · 

Dear friends and defenders of children’s rights, Our heartfelt thanks and prayers to all of you who have sent us messages of support, encouragement and donations over Christmas and the New Year. As our partners and defenders of children, we count you among our team and continue to go forward with the work of protecting […]

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Indian Girls for Sale for $90

September 5, 2003 · 

In the Northern Indian city of Haryana which has just 820 women for every 1000 men a huge market has developed for under age girls who are sold for less that US$90, about fifth of the price of a buffalo. The Hindustan Times reports trafficking of the minor girls for sex or marriage came to […]

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Child Trafficking on the Rise

September 4, 2003 · 

The United Nations Children Fund estimates that approximately $1.2 million children are trafficked year for $10 (USD) billion. In a recently published report “End Child Exploitation: Stop the Traffic” UNICEF noted that there had been a 20% increase in child prostitutes in Thailand in the last three years and 15% of the girls trafficked from […]

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The Thriving Trade in Baby Girls Continues Unstopped in BEIJING

April 4, 2003 · 

28 little girls found by police on a bus enroute to rural areas in Beijing in an attempt to satisfy Chinese families seeking a daughter, a servant or a future bride for their son. None older than three months, packed in nylon tote bags aboard a long distance bus, is a striking a tragic example […]

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