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Topic: Trafficking


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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Jill Nesbitt writes on Preda projects in Ireland’s Woman’s way:

July 5, 2006 · 

Irish people were recently outraged by the possible release of sex offenders, who had sex with underage girls. We all agree that men who commit such crimes in this country deserve severe punishment. But what about the Irish men who travel abroad to avail of sex with underage girls in other countries? Or with women who have been forced into prostitution?

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AUSTRALIANS FEED CAMBODIAN CHILD SEX TRADE

August 12, 2002 · 

According to ECPAT Australia, hundreds of Australian men are flocking to Cambodia to have sex with girls and boys sold in brothels. In Cambodia, brothels openly thrive and sex with a girl aged 10 to 13 costs $30. Cambodian women’s affairs minister Mu Sochua told that corruption in the legal system and government in difference […]

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Kids In Perilous Work

August 12, 2002 · 

Many of 300,000 employed in cocoa production not paid The US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Labour Department released key findings that indicate that some 284,000 child labourers work in hazardous conditions on cocoa farms in West Africa, 200,000 of whom work in Cote d’Ivoire and most of whom work alongside their families. […]

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AFRUCA Concerned over the Trafficking of African Children to the UK

August 1, 2002 · 

Anecdotal evidence suggests that increasingly African children are being brought into the UK as sources of cheap labour to work in the home and look after children, the Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA) shared. Children are brought in either by individuals or syndicates using false travel documents. They work long hours, are badly remunerated […]

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CHILD PROSTITUTION 'GROWING PROBLEM'

April 20, 2002 · 

Wellington — New Zealand has a growing problem with child prostitution, trafficking, and pornography, according to a Justice Ministry report. This followed reports last year that girls as young as 11 were selling sex on Auckland streets, and a warning by a family law barrister in January that child pornography was reaching alarming levels. The […]

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REGION TO ESTABLISH CHILD TRAFFICKING LEGISLATION IN 2004

April 14, 2002 · 

Regional governments and partner organisations in West Africa agreed to ratify a convention against child trafficking in 2004. The agreement was reached after a three-day meeting on cross-border trafficking in Gabon’s capital, Libreville. Participants discussed a blueprint of the proposed regional agreement that highlighted prevention, identification, repatriation and reintegration of child victims into home countries […]

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SEX TRAFFICKING OCCURS VIA INFORMAL NETWORKS, ILO, UNDP SAY

April 14, 2002 · 

Sex trafficking of children in Thailand is largely an industry run by small, informal networks, according to a new report from the ILO in co-ordination with the UN Development Program. It is mainly informal networks that are responsible for trafficking girls out of their villages, and sometimes girls are driven by boredom with village life […]

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SOUTH AFRICA EMERGES AS KEY PLAYER IN CHILD TRAFFICKING

April 14, 2002 · 

South Africa is emerging as a key player in the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation, a parliamentary report has found. It found not only the gangs, brothel owners, syndicates and agents were involved but parents as well. At the Parliamentary Hearings on the Sexual Abuse of Children, it emerged that South Africa did not […]

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TRAFFICKING, RISKY JOBS COMMON, PHILIPPINE AGENCY SAYS

April 14, 2002 · 

South Africa is emerging as a key player in the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation, a parliamentary report has found. It found not only the gangs, brothel owners, syndicates and agents were involved but parents as well. At the Parliamentary Hearings on the Sexual Abuse of Children, it emerged that South Africa did not […]

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