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Topic: Human Trafficking


Child Sex Trade is Still Growing

April 6, 2002 · 

THE number of children being smuggled into Britain as sex slaves is growing.

The UK is among the eight leading ‘receiver’ nations for the youngsters from Eastern Europe and Africa, according to two new reports.

They estimate there are up to 10,000 children unaccompanied in Britain.

Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway and the Netherlands were also singled out.

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UN Human Trafficking protocol endorsed

January 1, 2001 · 

by Sutthida Malikaew After long negotiations the United up with trafficking in persons, which was endorsed by UN member states in December 2000. However, there is still a lot of hard work left to do for NGOS. Negotiations were concluded on the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, […]

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SOUTH ASIA – MAIN ISSUE

October 15, 2000 · 

by Sutthida Malikaew The trafficking of children for sexual purposes is an immense problem in South Asian countries. Bangladesh and Nepal are the dominant source countries for trafficking within the region. Estimates vary, but a safe estimation is that several thousand Bangladeshi girls are trafficked out of the country each year. Destination countries include India, […]

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EASTERN EUROPE – MAIN ISSUE

October 10, 2000 · 

The trafficking of children for sexual purposes is reaching alarming dimensions in Eastern Europe. The most worrying fact is that the trafficking is carried out by well-organised and powerful international criminal networks. Furthermore, recent reports indicate that Eastern European women are being marketed and sold over the internet by criminal gangs which then smuggle them […]

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NEW BILL TOUGHENS LAWS ON TRAFFICKERS

October 1, 2000 · 

The House and Senate approved a measure that toughens laws against the trafficking of women and children for prostitution and sweatshop labor and helps states and localities fight domestic violence. The passing of this bill is a step forward in the fight against trafficking and child prostitution. The bill establishes specific laws against trafficking The […]

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US Lawmakers Vote in Crackdown on International Sex Traff'icking

May 24, 2000 · 

  Published in The Foreign Post (May 18 – 24, 2000) WASHINGTON DC – Sordid tales of women and children tricked or forced into sexual slavery echoed in the United States House chamber last week as lawmakers approved a bill aimed at cracking down on global sex trafficking. By voice vote, the US House of […]

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Fighting The Child Sex Trade

May 4, 2000 · 

Published in the USNEWS May 04, 2000 OLONGAPO, PHILIPPINES – Pia Agustin Corvera became a prostitute at the age of 9. An aunt who raised her in a Manila slum rented her to foreign men with Pia receiving 120 pesos–$3–for each encounter. After three years, according to a social worker’s report, she was sold to […]

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China Wakes to Horror of Human Trafficking

May 3, 2000 · 

BEIJING -China has launched a massive police operation against trafficking in women and children, pulling back the curtain on a problem it once told its people and the world it had eradicated on the 1950s.

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China Wakes to Horror of Human Trafficking

May 3, 2000 · 

Published in The Foreign Post (April 27 – May 03, 2000) BEIJING -China has launched a massive police operation against trafficking in women and children, pulling back the curtain on a problem it once told its people and the world it had eradicated on the 1950s. The extent of the crisis, revealed in figures little […]

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UN Urges Action on Millions of Asian Trafficking Victims

March 29, 2000 · 

BANGKOK – Nine million people have been enslaved in the global sex trade or forced to work in appalling conditions by powerful crime syndicates active in human trafficking, according to a new United Nations report.

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