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Topic: 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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Misery of children enslaved by the gun

July 10, 2001 · 

Sarah Ayero had never seen a gun before one was put to her head. Three days later, she was learning to dismantle an AK-47 and to kill people at close range. She was 12 years old. The untold quantities of small arms swilling around northern Uganda and its borders make Sarah and thousands of children like her a hugely valuable commodity.

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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 African Child Sex Industry Growing Rapidly

December 7, 2000 · 

Cape Town, South Africa – Child sex was a lucrative market in Gauteng and the Western Cape, with children as young as four-years-old being sold into the international racket, Molo Songololo, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) said. The research report was undertaken by the Cape Town-based NGO dealing with children’s issues, and is endorsed by the […]

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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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The Role of Men

June 21, 2000 · 

TWO of the biggest issues emerging at the UN conference were trafficking in women and children and the impact of HIV AIDS. And one of the most difficult tasks in negotiating the final document was linking trafficking to AIDS, as well as to men’s sexual behavior.

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Shift in Sex Tourism

March 4, 2000 · 

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — The sexual exploitation of girls and boys, largely by men from the United States, has reached alarming proportions in Central America, according to children’s rights advocates who say the region is now a priority in their struggle against child prostitution and pornography.

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Japan Targets Child Sex Trade

February 2, 2000 · 

TOKYO — Naked girl still beckon from the magazines read with nonchalant aplomb by salarymen headed home from the office on the crowded subways.

But Japan is hoping a new law on pornography and child prostitution will help it shed its image as one of the most licentious capitals in Asia.

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Unicef Child Sex Trafficking Must End

January 23, 2000 · 

NATIONS must fight the greed and brutal disregard for human rights which underpin the worldwide trafficking in children and women, most often for sexual exploitation, according to United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) Executive Director Carol Bellamy.

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Coersion the Key Element Behind Trafficking

September 1, 1999 · 

Internationally, there is no consensus on the term “trafficking”. In 1994, the United Nations General Assembly came near to a comprehensive definition in its stipulation that “trafficking” is the “illicit and clandestine movement of persons across national and international borders, largely from developing countries and some countries with economies in transition, with the end goal of forcing women and girl children into sexually or economically oppressive and exploitative situations for the profit of recruiters, traffickers, crime syndicates, as well as other illegal activities related to trafficking, such as forced domestic labour, false marriages, clandestine employment and false adoption.”

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